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"MAST" TO BE BIGGER

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Student Body Buys PLC Mooring Mast Television for SUB To Have New Loo k Reuntly

purchased

with

student

body funds wu the 1953 super-ddullOc

This issue of the Mooring Mast will be [be last edition run at the present five column, 14-inch size. The announcement wa3 made today by John Osburn, new Mast editor-in-chid. With �n L'JUo,g huildj"p.e. The JCl_U anot�cr increased allotment of Sl.50 per student over last year's one

Zenith table mood telc�'ilion set Ittn

,

in the upper lounge of the Studen t

additiotl

New Profs. Join Staff As Fall Term Begins

I I

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to

.

, . LSA 5ponson· · d d Roun Up Sun a,

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the recreational facJit;el

being i stalled there for st de t se. � � � � Obtained from Poche! Distributing

Co., HOth and Pacific, the new mJdel was installed free of charge by Gene Pochel, a IOp�omore at PLC. Cr�e . aSJLslC'd In the roof-top aenal

was

Shcffel5.

"Fricnd ahip

Dr.

S.

C.

Roundup,"

'

s

t:J �

In his po�itLon as busincss manager,{I

Edward Jarobson will assumc

somc

' ,

T he

of thl' dutics of Dr. S . C. Eam old

bs

who sinre

ss

1943 has been not only

the prcsidrn t of the collegc,

the

u inr

hut

also

VOL.

manager. Besides being

trusurer of St. Olaf Collcge in North-

(;dd,

M;oo,.,

..

,

FUI-I

Coming

dir('ct-wire

TV

.

i

..y

day, the last night of daylight saving

highlights arc Saturd

I

ircted the college lflcnme, supervised

the accounting and office, was Kcre-

tary of the finanre committce of the board of trustces and finanr.ial adviser

for three student publicati�ns. Jacob-

S

h'

��� ��� � �� n w f

;-.� :::�

PLC

rat(' � an fu tionin l from SI. O l�f in 1922 As.sociation office. . also studied at the �mvenllY of For yean many memh<'rs of the MI nesota A son, jack, IS a student : alumni havc becn working s('parately at LC thIS year. I at the task of building up an alumni Bark at Pacifi� Lutheran for the mailing list that could h<' used to . third ume-this tlmc as an aMociatr bring the colleg(' and its alumni and profcnor of history-is Dr. Walter C' former studcnts into closer relationson graduate

an

;

i [

I ship.

Schnackenberg. Hc rctums to Park·

land from Sioux Falls, South Dakota,j where he has

been

teaching in the

history and political science d('part.

ments of Augus�na College. Schnack. a stuenber� flnt arnved at PLC

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Last

year

these

filcs 50

.

obtained

were taken 0\'('( by Roy Olson, and hu Public Relations office. Roy found

football

games

and

thc

I�

fter completmg

he t en

great

these files rather inadequate as a many changes take place every year.

I

and dean of men. After two yean, he!

as

the

iu publishing ycar today ,

editor, Osburn succeed, another

AI

timc, with group singing, a girls' trio

I

and �he inspirational addrru on the

arc welcomc, too. He says the sct is of

Mixer gaml'S, refreshments and tradi-,

Body prcsidcnt, rmphasi�es that girls

t so

p

rHning's

the me

by

Dr.

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CO LEGE, SEPTEMBER 26, L

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t

" P'L TC R:nke IICi ElWOOd Is Th:rd

of the

Ie (I U bS PI an "N't"

pan �reahman fro squad

This

year

,

another

of

the

.....

ith thei r va-

nety column, "Caught in the Wcb." Phyllis Crahn, eJl:-assista t cditor, has �

I

chosen to be proof cdaor. Though other dcpartment heads hav(' not y('t been selected, there will be a large

I

group to choose from. At Tuesday's

staff meeting, some 20 new students

indicated their desire to work on the

A number of other chang!:s are abo .tore

for

the

Mast.

. . EIw ood,a question II

Paramount

,""00, Ih'" will h< ,,(;1;,1;00 w;lh Aaociated Collegiate Press, a national

:

organization for ('ollege pubJic:ationJ.

ad rate. have h<'.:n rais.:d to 75

Loca

cenu per coumn inch, with the ncw

fcc for national ads rising to

85 cents.

Finally, the editon are considering

a contract to run the collegiate car­ toon,

which

"Little Man on the Campus,"

is

already featured by many

college papers throughout the coun­ try.

Frosh Have Hedic Time

of the seiond part, made his appear- duccd to college life. I." In R.ie k'

busineM man­

With seven telts during the fint three days of orientation week, this year's batch of freshmen were intro­

cousin of the Riege

anie in Parkland. ThI."

:u

by the addition of Dale Keller, Glenn

I in

famed family, a brother of the Rieke of the first

on thr wcckly

Thc feature staff kas be('n bolstered

,paper.

May I greet this fine new body of students in [he words of ancient Cornelius. "And thou hast done well that thou are come·... (Acts 10: 33) . We have on many occasions. in public and in private. extended the glad hand of welcorrre to all new students as wel1 as to neVI faculty people. and at the same time we have had exchange of gr eetings with many who have been here before. W e are looking forward to this year with sincere belief thar it will be tlx finest year we have evet had. We nave a great college with faculty. srudeo[S. and equipment, plus thOusands of support· ing friends; all of which adds up to put us among the finest colleges in America : .. May I say again. Thou ha�t done well that chou are come.

The

Walt Schwindc, Spokane, bt-gins his

rarecr

Werner, and Bob Brog,

N O. t I

1952

Riggers. Gifford, Idaho,. senior. 'Frosh

Easn·old. lager.

Greets New Lutes

Baseball has its DiMaggios, the And as the college has to have th� theatre its Barrymore" and PLC iti . two-year II ,",,! arts program backing of a strong and loyal alumni Rieke cla.o. Riekes. fint off red" he tTansfer�d to St. olar to in order to prosper, it was decided by � Betty Lou, graduated from PLC in . flnah hiS work for the bachelor of arts the Alumni Board to estahlish its own 1 48. u presently Another, Bill, . : 9 d gree . In J939 O he studlcd at the office at the college, with an execu� . . number ('ne man on the college debate UDlverslty of Mmnesota. In 1942, he tive secrctary and sufficient office was returncd to PLC as an instructor I help to attain the desired objectives. dent In

week, inasmuch

a .kdeton crew, However, since "the pressel must roll," the Mast launchel

World Series. Paul Wangsmo, student

E astvo ld

Al ums O pen 0nice rt) SU B

M,. J,,,,b.oo <01-

next

paper is currentiy operated by only

es l gam , and good times on the outdoor location known as Powder Puff Bowl

1M:0 0 r _ n .. .. 1M: I I

The change in fonnat was delayed

until

punch, cookies,

EMtvold,

wiU be.abJc r.o.p-

columnl, 19 inches deep.

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I Y, the S(:I: i��talled Jast has been announced by program cha..ir- Seatlle junior, Dave NelVi�, who re�� " , Frlda y, was on the blink the nex' man Hal Ruddick as the first regular mains on the staff as mana.ltlO editor. � . rnor lOS: and had to be removed for meeting of Lutheran Students Asso- Into thc newly-created pos!tion ('Of � . repair work on the hLgh voltage tubes. clation. new. editor .teps Don Keith, a third I t is now back in operation. I Thr Roundup starts at 6 p . m. Sun· junior from the Queen city, and Bctty � nfortu na

PAC F C LUTHERA N .

30

pand to

featuring

the type that needs no adjustments by. tional Fricndship circlc will l se thr By Phyllis Grahn Five new facuhy members have assumed thr ir duties with budding tl'chnicians h <'yond thc turn· event. the opening of the school year . Two others. the Rev. T. 0., ing of the "on and oW' knob. II all , All students are wdcome to LSA, Sv:arr, who was an I;'xchangr ceach�r. in orw y under the works ou t according to lan, comfort- invitcs Chairman Hal. "We t. a \. c . . bright An las year. �nd Dr. O(ulie Elise LIttle. professor ot ablc cham will soon be installed for planned thiS outdoor Roundup (0 accommodate cvrryone Sunday nite." German. who was on J year leave of absencr. have returned. devi i n fans .

t

dol1a.r.. lhe Mast

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'Y--Their purnt'>V-

l

m . Cashmere,. famed fJ'r Its apples, apricots and Riekes. • . a h gh sch l student, EI Wood oo i As workm on both the school n �s�per

il

to "<MOin a bc:tter

unden�ding of the individual, in order that proper ,guidance tn:ly be given concerning academic and social

This office plans to cooperate with problcml. Througb these e.xarru, many receiv«! a commiasion in the U. S. I the Public Relations office under the difficulties and failures that arise durNa\'al Rcsnve. Releascd fr o m the I guidance of Roy Olson,and also with . and annual, as well as managln the ing a student's campus day., can be ! "Club Night," the night when all Navy In 1946, Schnackenberg com- the Mooring Mast and other hmc. football, basketball, and tTack teams. eliminated with counseling ,," apc � U en and om the f students, e cia y pleted work for the master's degree at (CoDtinued Page .. ) Rieke the third, 17 yean o ld, ta�l , faculty. c ould only gain tTansfen, will b.a.ve a chance to learn Gonzaga and thc doctor's degrtt at blonde, and a reporter for the dl$- by taking them. about the various organizations on Washington State CoIleg(' . The new tinguished gazette, the Mooring Mast, campUI, will be held Saturday night Dean Eklund, who was assisted by faculty mem r is the father of three be like. P LC. Says he, "What is especially at 7:30 in the Student Union building children-all girls. Robert ;'I;istad and joyce Gem, exnic recreatftln room," according to Paul p:-essed his appreciation to Alpha Phi � ; � : The new aasistant profenor of eco- 8:00-1! : e cruise t Wangsrno, student body president. Omega, Blue Key,and Spun for their nomiCl and businen administration is on Pug.:t Sound. family are well known in the Luther. Led by Rich Stuhmiller, the p rofaithful K'rvice during this project_ Dr. jame. E. Jensen of Madison, Wis - 8:00-Student Body movie, Student an church. One of them i, Bob Rieke, gram will consist of a series of skits "With thcir aid we were able to have consin, who completed his work for Union building. pastor 0' an A.L.C. synod church in of approximately three mi�utes thc tc takcn, !lC"nt to Seattle and the doctor of philosophy degree this . Saturday, September 27 Seattle, Washington. Another is Marlength, in which the organl2atlo s W I scored, charted and i n the hands of � year at the Univcrsity of Wisconsin. 2:00- 1O:00--W.A.A. trip to Mount cus Rieke, director of youth activities give the .tudent an opportunIty to advisers the by Friday mtfming of the Dr. j e n also received his bachelor Rainier. in the American Lutheran church. see what each campus club stands for. same week." of arts and mastl'r of arts degrees at 7:3O--Club Night, in Student Un�on Busy family, those Riekes. They win, of coune, enCOUTage memWisconsin. Between-195 0 and 1952 he The sophomore class is also sponbuilding . nhip. soring activities for the frosh, but not taught courses in finance and eco - Football-Humboldt Statc, th be C rt'. ' "The main part of the program entirdy for their bendi!. Initiation no.:o ic principles at the University of Pacific Northwt'st Bird and Mammal should not take more than about an Wiscomin, and was a rl:'srarch assistweek, which was postponed , begins Stlci('ty, Science building, aU day. hour and it will be followcd by n:ant for the lUte lcgislativr council. Monday and will fcature some ente Paul Arbon will show his wO'Yic Tuesday, SeptcmlKr 30 r . freshmenu .erved b y th.: student The new professor is married and was 7:00---Linne Society, S.108. ta.irung stunts by the frosh Be.ani.et "PLC on Parade" tonight at 7:3C body," commented Wangsmo . raisrd as a mcmlx-r of the Wiscon.in Confir ation Cia". have already been purchased and &Gme charge i! m in the upper SUB.

on

Campus Calendar

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Lutheran Synod .

(Continued on Page

The freahmen

2)

j 8:00---Rc� tion

f , new faculty, Stu? . dent Union bUilding .

E';eryone

is

welcome

to

n

atte d,

fr('Shmen, transfer student, or not.

FLASH ! !

The

300 of them free, gratis.. and for nothing. , ___________....:. campus.

will be seen covering tbe

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THE �IO( lR I�(; �(:\ST

S('pl. 26,

1952 I

Caught: In

THE WoES

PublidH"d r\Try fnd;n' dUring t�f school )"("";lr b�' slUd("nts of Pacifir Lu th n.l !1 Colkge-

[ntnn!

llff,u'

\"tw-r : ,

""d ,I."" IH.I\I' r, (I, ,J! l'.ulbnJ,

.H >I"

Slu<irnt

Sulo�, IIp li,�n l'nll,n

1<"1,,:\,

\\"'a5hlOl/:too

pIICl'-$1

50

IX't

on\' KE I TH , BETTY RfCGERS, I'HY1.L1S (;R:\II:--", D ..\\ "E :,\F.S\·IG

EDIT{lRS

JOH:'\ 1-1 ( ll.l'\i, :\:--'-�E STEWART, :\SS()CIATF. ST :\ F f [LWt'( lD R I EK E, U.:\R:\ SKJE.RS:\..\, O(.1:\;\A ERICKSON

Pnntrd' IW-La'(�M:

t hr ou s h

("amput,

many mon° nf'" Ltcrs than \I�ual.

jOH:'\J OSB l" R N

.WALT SCHWINDE

'I

class. Th(' t/'sults ....·('r('

ConHprllcin� Mo nda\" r\'('nlnl;(, thr initiation of plrd"ws 11110

;"': ational

:\lph.1 PhI

S(""n 1(('

rr:lIrrnitv for men, will opc:n thr local chapt.-r:s hr;lvy schedule of social and srr'\ Kr Omrga,

proje"cu for

as

f ollows :

21

rrfusI'"d

,ndiffr'rrnt, -l couldn't

th,. qu('�tion,

�rnund_\., 2

\'Oll"d

for Eisl'"nhowrr. and thr rrst "Oh yn,"

did'vou hC'ar ahuut th;

tilt

BorNd, APO prcsident.

Plans

prts­

o

din\!('r.'o W(""

'

hap I''''

HI"

rousln frnm S.·dro

'·nt.

year.

t.

..mimt

hut hI'

be-

Sf'r

to

Oct. 10, blood drive:: Oct. 13-

GO

16, 5tC'aldri Oct. 25, a trip 10 E ll rn ­

s

tha t mar­ burg, Wash., .

Bob

\\'ooll'"Y,

Ross's

Incohrr-

nut for qu:tnrrback

IncohrTf'nl i. :-fO<"ll.

lI1iswc

a �rriou� ra�r

d1\'se h.lc\..nqd problems is concerned witb

:\

I

IIlancl

conlcst to choosc th(' the-til<' {"r

Ihls yr.:H·� Homrconlln\(" ;lni"ilr.-, h.I'

Ixrn

1J�

;111110,,11(".-<1

�t;lrllyn

bust and Vcrn .\· ...wholls(', CO-Ch:l.IMrWn of

....ill .

th.-

I'""e-nl.

rulnun:III'

SlOt-C

Ihc

I\I\"klr­

Crl.-bra tion

in a fooll),\l1 rOIHr!t

�,-lQ3

thiS

pounds,

'hr CPS t::t11lr d ur 10 athlet,.'! foo t--in

Ih("

d

PLC

Further information will bc pos trd : ne xt wl'ek along with thc oJXning

through Oct. 4, formal initiation and dat,· for rntrie-s. party for the:: pledges, mcmlxn and

dates

f(lr

thr W('JtC'm Slalu

rifod a d o r lot·II' Thr)' had a hum- APO convC'ntion in Octobrr, and an

w

a

fall t('fm. wilh thr Easlrrn Washington S:l\'a�,·�. A largc turnoul of prospc:nivc mem" ;';o\"l'"mbrr 8. th.- winning idea will bers at an oJXn me-ding last nighI ha�'1'" 10 consldl'"r th(' oppone-nl's nick­

nonl'" of our businru, e-ntly includc plC'dging wcd Sept. 29

-l99 �id it was �1 and 1/: wrr,-

to answrT. on .colic"

EDITORIAL

men and women. The first of

man

llnd ... nLlf1d

E\'rr\" \"eJr at ,1boUI thi� l ime thl' same rwo sllbj('cts arise (l\,cr which we muSt rebu\u' oursl'l\,cs :tnd .lppcal to our maturity I,) corrCCL Thc (rUX of tht' Issue is that wc'rc gctting Hccl'dingly tIred of asking for thc type of opc ration that should be taken fl1r gr.lnted fo r 01 gr o p of str,li�ht-lhln\...ln�. ChrtstiJn (allege

u

Immcdiatdy we took a sur ...e::y of

MM

u�IE<;:\

f("tumine $tudl'"nts and politdy "promi5cs an' early 'dcvrlopme:nt of namr a� wdl a, Ihe rf'turn of asked thrir opullun of this )'ear'� fresh­ our faU program," prcdicte-d Dick alumni.

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IIBtb. P _,_ofi_Q _"'_�_____ 4_ o _ =_ o _

Prinnrr�

n:rrOSlrlg o"r spIder Ir�, lli(' .. rrrllcr than LUI ycar's til(' "W('h Mrmbc r s" noticed

\\'hllr

ye-ar

D:\\'E :'\ES\'IG

n lR

Bt:SI:"ESS M:\;\.·\(:t-:R ED!

thr Post Offic(""

T"kphone-: GR:l.nite- 8011

[DJT( lR·L'\·( 'HIE"

\1.":'\,\l;l�l;

,II

lew, It

ALPH:\ PHI

all Campus contc5t Nov. Big

The::

and, Littk

3-7.

Sistl'"r

Background

for

music

th e

Women's Athktic Aisociation

:30 S unday, Srpt.

for a Irip to Mt. Rainier . A ·�,i1r.c::

and a picnic mppt'r has Ixen planncd

by the officns

of W.A.A.,

sem;-

formal evcnt waJ providcd by JUlie­

;\rison, Mar i lyn Hanich and Jeanntr

Ellen Hes­

sen, Winona Kroeger, Kathy Biery,

Tca, and Donna Simpkins.

sponsorcd by AWS, was hrld Thursday afternoon, s.:-ptcmbcr 25,

The.

will lea�'e by bus at I

28.

the W.A.A. is opt'n to all womrn

studenu' intcrcstcd in sport5 as rC"c­ reaiional activity. Any girl intC'reste::d

in this i s iovi ted 10 attcnd thC' me:: ct­

Foss puking. The yellow curbcd aH',l in front of the campus is not J �mall nf th,' hack RUllior h;15 Ihal B"l\v Brown fdl parking Z0n,'. t\cr0SS P.H\.. J \'en ..:: fwOl Old rv1aln .Hl' two LUll'" I Kappa Drlta', annu"l \.... lth Sc haffcr, rctire-d Mr. Throdorr parkin� lor ... p ro vid ing sufficient SP.lC,· to .ln s we r th,1( p rob lem . in!<> a kns.- ..rindin.1;( m:l.ch!nlo and Stud('nl COn!\T'-u comin,\ up Oc tober biolo�ist of L. S. Fish and Wild- 25, Bill Rirk.-. PKD prqidl"nl, rrc('nt'­ According 10 Emil\' Post. consid,'r,'d b\" S0ml' to b.... bITI\" w ell madr a sprct:l.cll:' of h rif . Thi� wrrk's orfhid 1;(0 to t hr "Wrbo life- srrnff"o .....ill add n ' Pacifi(" wrsed in ,'tiqllettt'. i[ is perfectlv alrtght for J girl to CTOSS the Iy appoint.-d joh n Osburn this )Tar'S i ) d lr a I t ir ta streel (() her door if o;hc is .lccomp.1nied by hrr g.llllnt escon. IlI con.�rrJS dirrflor. This even t is spOn:� r Thf s�cond crisis olT1S�'S pcriodic.llly ." times J day ,H meal :::� i :. ::ul t�:. f:��� (I��� sOf·...d ('arh fall as a fC.,rensic I'"vent ror morrow cwninio[ Thou�h h(' is rrtirrd, rime. A comparison of rhis with former H'ar� wil! show rh.l[ rhe I'm, r ...sult, onr "'1.:") tu r c : {r Onions 1;(0 to Mr. Karl for buyin,lt Mr. Srh ,fkr IS mil n·mrmbrr.-d for all-time live-length rccord.� h,wl' hel'n sha{trred within the las( i ! I :m t r i� Co l um i a Basin. few d.lYs. Afrer standing for secmin�I\' hours in [he he.H bclow a�pirill with chlorophyll. H.- com- his wosk in u a f i n At this, thC' socit'IY's in itial fall all of us must haw reachrd t h e same conclusion as to others we pbin('d of a stinkin,lt h('adachC'. ��ti :l S�5st�.-s. �\: ;an't' di ;:!7;; :; SpC"akin,lt of Ih(" clt-ction, wc und(' r- mel'"tinll: Dr A V -\lton formcr crashing in front of us. Yct whv isn't {hat applicd to our own the cont...st is Alan Hatkn. specific C15CS) Just J linie �mmon sense w1l1 show us [he trouble s tand that Mallress is a slC'epcr "this profr5Jo� of bioio�y a; pte, �ilr dem-

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caused to others by our .1C[S. In short. two problems r ist which in a col\ege of our st.lture h,1\'(' no place. None of us WJnt to oc con�idefe'd sheep, ' blindly following .lnv leJda on errant paths- l et s become ma�� __ on o_ (UT{' leaders in ,10 adult orgJnizat_ ;_ _ __ _ � ___

x

yr� LASHI Schultz just had a strokc Snuff chewcd for now,

so

Thc Bilge-water Brothen,

P.S.-SomC' of the51:' frtshmen arc dumb

ahoul world

affairs,

thcy

think Inr "Krtmlin" is a hair tonic.

We All Have to Go Sometime, But

After All, in Only One Summer .. Are You Peppy? Upon completion of Mooring Mast stJtistics it W.lS found that an alarming number of P L.c. students and grad uates from the pre ce di n g yelr have succumbcr [0 the lure of I'amour. A quick review of the list shows fully 30 couples chis summer said . the Lua\ words or promised to do so in rhe neJr future.

Th en Reo d Th'.',s By Joyce::

�1l2.

. �m�

w ho will wm t�e for the. nm�n t . Who on Stc\"!:" Ke-nllf'dy, S hlr-I most unl qur rn t rrta ! H.-adin\! thl'" list of th(' nrwly cou- En�trom and campus has thr most Who on r, ... Oli Barbara Don and FrancC"5 ry advantakinl;( plrd pairs� by \';rtu(' of campus (hI" most school spiril? Johansen and OttO Tolldson, and ta�(' of Ih(' fint day of thr Br id (" C mr 10 th\: A.W.S. P('p Rally l:llIan and Bill Prt('r!. . 'tI.fonth ar.- Kathy Rl:'ui<- and jason jud\' Bar nl:'xt Fn d ay ne-ning, Oct. 4, and hnd abow Althoul;(h so m.- of Hoc . Aiso brt'athing a permanent type: ou t thc anSWl:'rs . 50 pcrcrnt Lutl:'s, eno gh an" of swrrt nuthlll"� Iv ra. h Olhrr that arc only AnyonC' ran rnt C"r Ut(' Campus PI:'P thosc rncOUTagr to purr prrcrnt 99.-1-l Curtis, month W('rr Pat Point and Bob Paradr do wn Garfidd. Judginl: will fr.... (') �irh who'" clin/{ tena ciou sly on the I-\th, Gwrn Ho\"ry and Rick done by campus notabin. So, \("t'5 Ix , ('T thr day oth thl:' :?9Ih, Ph l i s h�'ick to Dr. East\"old's words Danirls. hi nd our team when we play get "th,· bnt placl'" 10 1:1'1 .1 ht: sband " and Grorllf" ;\"owadnidc also Ihl:' �9th " thr Wrstrrn \Oikin .. , and support ridll hnr at pte Milli,' FO<"I:t' and Lt. Adallxrt Too·pr!, t r l by thr 15th, junl:' Humphrif" s and a f�/t�:l :vrnt is ;and Hcirn Jl:'llScn and • Ancouun to Joyce:: Grnz, and � hr will be assistl:'d I>etaila . Lo'Hry lI;lu,,'- (In th.· :!2nd. b y Kathy He::nnehs, jan("t Carson and . • Guaral.lteed . Durins thl'" fo ln... ln'! 11H)IIth Edith Engel. W;l t ch the bullnin lw Better Wear qid w,'n"" Do's" "0 onh rc r ord"d boards for furthrT d("tails. �' and Bob Lrstt'f.

s

thl:'

yl

on

catllr AU (;! UiliI and ,,,ith it out ' .\ Iom : and Phil Thorlidw rn t :\� lY Bro....n� Danid son, Annl." Knorr and AI ntiolll'd Rid:1 aforrmr (hroth.-r of thr and Harrirt Cook and Murr;'" �brlln, �ficnckl'" Louisc Stlphrnson and Boh Jranrttr

s

In

Srpt('tnbrr

appropnatr

u

1

.

pc:p?

has

u

be

Ih("

l

coupl('s

.

crrf'

confusion monies soh'cd the last nanll"

Holinlt for Joannc Wall and Larrv Schuh Elain.- Harms and La....·re-nrc and Lois Snydn and John Lawlrr, Kvern. Stan and Cordy Proctor me-ri t Also rceei�oing ccrtificate5 of wrrl:' for ,"ow rt'petition thi! summrr , Elaine Johnson Dick and Wick Annr June Scthre and Sob Durkeheimer, Mar,' Lar !'\vste-I:'n and Fred Wikner, ('t Ku tz so� and Gay ;\I'"S5, a1}d Margar

and Sob �i,jad.

y out Not yet done for, but ddinitd agc-d couples, of circulation. art: the""'C".ng s Knulson, Mary Ho lmqui t ;lnd Davr Vaswig. Iril Marcene Vohe and Bill onO"'", Ch" Wi\l;ngfi,m .nd Ed D on, 10lte La Qua and Bill Tollds J("i1a A brecht and O tto Wick, Joan

Ro-

~ "

Ihrm

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ART'S SHOE SHOP

�:�trCet

YOUR

Scandinavian Gift Center Imports from • N o rw ay • Sweden • Denmark

Y O U N G 'S G I Ffs HOP Garfield S t . Near [he College

YOU SAVE AT

DANIELS HARDWAR o E

Pacifie Aye. & Garlield GR 5171

iFO:RllrFRESHMENT TIME .. St�At

farkland Do�Nut Ba, Parkland Ccntre Bld g. Take

Home:: a Oozeu of OW' Ddicioua

Fesh Baked Do-Nuts

ss Ihr

�:�: ;:�a:� ���

h �(}rslf ;, ;�::, !:l;;:�:

;

r

thl:'

h

��:� :;�n �:

b

a a f�: l::;:��n("�� s 6� :����

tensi\"dy on the wild Iifr of this are-a,

and also of thl:' Middle W('st. Dr. Bu non Oste-nson, PLC biolo'("v prof...uor and iccrr-tary nf th(' P�B MS, cordially welcomes all stud-

&

('nts who aTl." interuud in biology to

a tlt'nd thr me("ting.

h �:;I � �:�: �:�� �:� : :�:: � �� : A board "!e-I"tinlt of th.- W:l.shinll:-

ton S'tat... Division of th... Aml'"rira"

Association of Univ('nity Womcn will

hrld in th r eMS building on Frip.m. dav r\·C'nin.1I; ;"It

hi'"

7:30

Saturday thc ,tat(' wcrkshop!!

Otl

of this organiz.. tion will

be

hdd

the library and eMS buildings.

Mor:e CI1�d� Mfans Another Remodeling of Qld Main i ts frrqurnt remoddings last summcr

"Old Main'o underw.-nt aoolher �f

m('n and marri('d tlUdenu, morl:' than 60 hom('s in Parkland have afforded

ber of on-campus students. Lodging

fUf\ds ean be obtaincd to begin work

as P LC officials tricd drspaately to sheit("r for othe:rwisc homeks.s Lutes The: hope of thc colle::g c is that accolllmodatr this year's record nUIll-

space- for

a\"a)lablc that

was

creas('d

(' nr Urd.

o

morr women'

50

in

no t

Main

dorm,

but

wOlllc'n

madc

in- Main dOrl:! will be turned into faci!o

stud(,nts

thrre

w,'rr as f,'w as Sf'�·,·n women living in the

dormitory.

the:n: Wl'"rr

has

number

now housl's

-l:!,

In thfo fall of

1945,

and by last fall, the

rockrtrd

250.

to

189.

Main

·\nucipatinl: soml" ri sc in thl." nurn­

bn

of

cO-lods,

Ihr administration con­

vrr\l:'d thr thrrr

classrooms

and the

typing room on Main srcond floor in­

to dormitory rooms housing

30

addi­

lional women. Anothe::r classroom was

COllvrrtC"d

into

a

beautiful

lounge,

the fifth on the campus. The: anncx building which, bcforc

thc

on th(" proposed wOllien's dormitor,.

ev.-n When the nC'w prject is complrtt'd,

an

thirties,

rad)"

th('

W:!.j

with

.-noul:h,

numbc-r o f

Durilll:

days

itics for the men.

------

Five New Tutors Join PLC Staff (Continue:: d from Pagc I)

Taking Miss E isic BngcOs p!acr i�

Miss Kazuyc TakC'i, assistant in ("ru­ nomics

and

busincss

adminiSlratiul1

She:: has !xcn a graduate: assistant

the Uni\"crsity of Washington and

been

te::aching

clasK5

in

:I t

h;l�

shorthaml,

typewriting and office machines. MI�s

of Take::i reccivcd hcr bachdor of art! de::gre:c from the university in 195U

the: Chapel - Music - Spt'cch building

scn'ed as music practice rooms, has She has completed her coyne:: work fur thc master of aru degre::e:: and CXP(�' IS

also bccn remodde:: d to house 10 more girls. Some

5\udcnts ha\'t=· begun to to havc it conferred during the- CUI' Icnt yC'ar. Be::sidcs het academic train­

wondcr if Ddta Phi Kappa, dorm girls' " socie::ty, is going to Ix f6rce::d

to e:stablish branch officcs. The:

me::n,

dwdling

too,

arC'

having

thcir

ing, she:: 'has worked as a secre::tary for

e::ig�t yean. Ca r I

Tandberg

of

Brcgncveirn,

problems. With Ivy Hall, Oslo, joined the faculty as an 0' Clover Creek Hall, and the:: govern­ changc profe:uor this y;ar. Hr will

mcnt

surplus

buidings

providing

abode for only a minimum numbcr of

PHONE I", - OR VISIT

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P

the

ns

in�p.

OUR

STELLA'S FLOWERS

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SHOP

We..:DeI=iv :. :: e::_ ' J ___:.:.:

tC'ach in the Norwegian depart�lt·llt.

replacing Karl J. Skarsvik, e-xlhanw' profe::ssor of last year, who could }tol) only onc year under Ihe provisions

the Fulbright Act. He::

"I

is a graduate

of the Iksthe::im School at Oslo and h.u been a lecturer at the Univ('rs!t)

of Oslo.

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Football Opens Fall Intramural Sports Slate

SC'PI. 26, 195:

Late$ Travel To Cal.; Play 'Jacks

Tou. h football wiil raise thC' Curtain Oil ]QS,.!·:,t In tra mural sporu aeln'­

Dlrrnor

II!'"S,

Mark

Salzman

nt'lInn"d }T s u· rd ay.

an­

Ono!)("r 6 th(" round­ rol;in s<hrduk will gt·t u nder way ....·Ith cont. �1S to !:X. p la yed on th{" Lut(" t)n M ond a y,

Coach Marv Harshman and a squad of 30 plaYl'rs lefe this morning for Eureka. Calif . � v � erc they will takr on the Humboldt This stare Lumberjacks in a g n dlron clash tomorrQw night. i intersect onal battle will mark che first trip into the Golden St.Hl' for a PLe football tram. night's opponrnf,' G la d ia tur lIu'ntor Like- Ihc Lutta, the L umbtr j ack s �hn' Harshman work",1 thr sq uad wcrc unsucCC'U(ul in th('ir Kason mostly on fund amr-ntal$ In pn'para­ Opc'OCf, losing 10 Oregon Tech., 7 to lion for it. .With thr Tr-IUT!l of jUnior 6. Ht"ad coach at Humbolat is Phil 8ill Tolfchon, kmTIll3n lao.:klr, Iu SaTboo:-. wdJ knowo to local football" Ih(" Lute fold, thc loss of 'frC'shman fans. He- formerly was coach of the !(u:>rd Dave Ensbng was t';1st'd some­ Lin('oln high school gridsten and then wha t, Ensbc-r!(, an all-cilY tacklt' from sprnt ;, Irrm as bon o f the- Washinl(­ Spokant· turm·J in his e-q ui pl lIt'nt l.ut

pr.1ctice- firld

The' intrJ.murakrs will intn six

tl'ams, on(' Ins repr(' sr nk' d

1)('

than

di\';d(·d

last ycar

will !:X. Taco ma, Ea�t('rn, CC:'l'ral, and \Vntern Park­ land, Clo\'e-r Cre-rk I;VIJ .... -1 "':'.J-l.c..!!. _ A st"\'e-n,h division, Suburban will not District!

field a tt';1I1l this 5e-ason: ils members

Ill' c'qually Ulht'r six squads :\ IC'am tr ophy ..... ill

divid("d

�he

among

will al(ain br award­

ton State- footballers.

I'd for tht' most point s

o\'rr thc' course' of the- ye-ar. Points arc awar dr d for ordn of I{'am fi n iSh and also for indi­

A

.

basc;,all,

of the

Far

O ne- BaII ,." � ourney Heads G0 IfJI' Sked

up of fiVe"

w('d"

bdore thr rrt ur n of TuJl�­

juS!

son.

working un tar k! ing, one from·Oregon, b lockin� and dric-os(', Harshman had the Lumbc-rjacks, run oul of the- T­ AI Fink sharpen up his pUn!in� and forma ti on and are- a fairly la rge ag­ Fink, Erni(' Jone-s, �nd D irk 1_1Tson g rrga tio n. The-ir record lasl year was tryin� thrn skill in tht· important de-­ two wins and onc loss in Confrrl"nee partnu-nt of pbrr-kickin.'l'. play and four wins, thrC'r losses and All of thr squad with thc' ('xn' ption one tie- for the en.ire sea son. of Don Chr§trrfirid and Al Fink wrrC'

trar k, \'ollq'ball,

What:' 5 With This Heinrick . , H ex, A nyway

We-s te rn Con·

which is made

C ali fo rni a I(.am, and

tt'nnis, and h(lrw�ho('! "TIll" in t ramural YTO!l:ram is de­ �i'olnql 10 ci\"r I',., . ry student a c h anc � to participate- in his f avori tr athletic aCII\I1I: ' S alz man (,OlllllICnl('d. HE SATISFIES-The gem you see above is DOQ Chesterfield. frosh halr· back who has sparked PLC's running game. An AlI·Seattle high gridder in '49. Chesterfield came to PLC ahcr a session in the �fariDes. IDjU�d Ihu w«k. Don may be wdl cDou gh 10 go against Humboldt State.

badmin ton

member

fe-re-ntt,

vidual C"Tnts. Central Parkland won thr Hophy last )Ta r. larludrd in th,' 1957·51 slah: of inlr;HIIUral art i\ iti" 5 an'; foo lb a ll, haskr-thall,

THE �{()ORI:'\'G MAST

:'\"ot knowing much about tomorrow

Kimball Acknowledges Ping-Pong Champion Art Kimball, PLC srnior, (Urre-ntiy holds the !itk of all-school ping.pon�

:\Ion�

with

in I(nod sha pr at tne rnd of the­ wt' !,k · s workouts. Both AI and Don �ufff'TC'd bonr bruisc's and win se-c only limilC'd anion at Eurc-: a. . . . thr

today arc: Jim Ron Billinj.!', Louie 8i11 Bar nha rt , J;trk Bllrrdl, J im Brichr, Bob 8rog, Don Ciwstnfirld, :\1 Fink , Churk hlnlancl, Cary Gale, Dick C riswold , �f · aklnlil

tTlP

Ball, Ra) Ba rnn,

BOllano,

Bill

B a nir n,

gles chan,pHe had choked her. She was d ead. champion. Hc won the- s in no q uestion about it, He ionship in t he- last week of tht' spring h ad listened to her dYl1lg gup Now seme-51er, too \:It(' for coverage by the- Glc'nn Huffman, Ron Johnson, Ernir sh� was dead, cold as tlie band of Mooring Malt. Jon,'s, Fr anK Karwoski, Dirk Lanon, . E ntr iC'� art· now oc ing t ahn for a dea th . Yet in his a nger be was not, Naom i R oe, al so in her f ina l YC'ar RO.lI;rr Lannn, (l\ivrr Magn us on, Roj.!. convinced. Furi ous still, he kicked her hert' teamed up with Art to win the r-r Madsr n, Doug �1('Grath, Bob Mc­ "Thc' Heinrirk He-x" hdd on on lv . ont'-ball m ixC'd pain golf tournament again. To his amaz e-me-nt she ga,� Adams, Bob Morris, Fred Muen5che-r, onr plav, hut it was ('nough, as t he spoosoh('r by I he physical educalion coughed, thcn began to bum sortly, , mix:d doubles. Anoth('r all·school plllg·�ng leurn- Phil :'\' or dq uisl, An Swanson, Paul CPS Lo�IilC'TS downC'd Ih(' C ladiators, d('partmrnl. Play will brgin a WCi'k "JUSI a liure patience is all It tak es, Wan.'l'silio and (;I('nn Werner 7 to 0 in a Ki n�·s. X tilt lase Sa t urd ay from today. J ohn," said his wife from the back scat. ame-nl will be he ld IlC'xt spnng ni ght in Lincoln B ow l. Fraturcs of this tourn('y is that only That ow play wa, a 31 yar d pass mixed pairs, that i�, a boy and lI;ir1, from Art "Tht· Arm" \'iafore- to en d ('an rntn. Partners will al ternat e JOt· Rrta llick in the closin g minut(·s str ohs dll ring the match, with the of the fi rst half. Viafore fade-d back lowest scort total dete-rmining the­ t o P;ISS on the fourth down, ('vade-d a winnt·r. It w ill be a singlr d i mina ti on quartrt of PLC iinrm('n, and com ­ aff air . pkte-d tn(' T, D, h('a\·e. W a ll y Er­ Studrnts intrrestrd in e-Iluring win added the point a ft rr tou (, hd o w n . should l(i\T thl' ir n3nn's t orith c'r �-Irs .'\ crowd of some 5,000 fans saw Young or Mr, Salzman. Mrs_ Youn!? th(" John H e in rick a�"r('gation wi n nnph'lsi7'"lj that those who want to Everyone enjoys the break, th('ir sevcnth COfl1t'st with thc Lute· s l d since-

1947,

Neither

r(,cords,

against two tiC's. team

brokc

any

with PLC gaining thc' ('d"c

142 to 140 yards and CPS kadin� in thl' pauinll; de pa rt. me-nt, 50 y�rds to 6 for thc Clads. 80lh outfits rarned 13 rirst Don

Che'surfidd

Lar son on

on

downs.

oUl'me

and

ddC'1\S(" turned

pr rformance s for the whil e Wally E rw in and

in

top-drawrr

Glad­

iators,

Spikt'

Schrrlt(' lookl'd thr brst for thc'

Log-

8('rs.

c�.liputC�

�f.;::t-�,�

Net Cost Low

Campus capers call for Coke

but have no paTlne-r 5houl sir.::n up and i' p art nrr will be' SlippliC'd "A goo d way to mc'!'t someon e m·w ·· shr aJd(·d.

I

between classes. The lid's oIT for

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+--W('strrn

p.m.)

p.m.1 I-{;t·ntral burg (8 p.m.)

('2

8-Ea51('rn

p.m.)

Wash, Wa s h.

Home-coming.

at at

No\', 15-Briti'h

Co l

u

games Lincoln B owl .

wi ll

br

Tacom a (8 p.m,) All home

a

n

ice-cold Coke?

Ellens-

Tacom a

mb i

a

p la yed

in

IOTTUD UNDU

AUTHORITY

01'

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than

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:'\'ov.

the mome:n t

(8 p .m.)

19-CPS at Tar oma

(8

time and relaxation's

Wa§hington

Tacoma (8 p.m.)

Oct. II-Whitworth at S p 0 k

('2 Oct.

a

the mandate. What better fits

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THE MOORI�G M A ST

Se pt . 26, 1952

Director Newnham Selects Voices for Choir of the West

������E.

Undrr th,- dirrction of Frnlnick L Nt wn h am and tllillHIIl,.d by R("n-Tt'nd Ols!'n, thr Choir of thr West is off to II lI:ood �tart ;l.o:ain this p'ar . .. \1· �d)' rngilli(rnwnls h a vr bern made

to app;'ar in Sr<ltt!c, ( kto bn 1 2 , for the Luthrran Convrntion and for the Lut h" ran Con\"rnlion Re for ma tion

h

'trViCl:� . alsu tn Scat�lc. An'ordi nl( to J\.fr. �" wn all�, 14S 3udition,-d, which marlr it

MAN'S

Extra Weight

Beside thr annual Ch ristmas broad­ cat!, pl a n s a rc aho be in g rnadr to

Plain or Folded

Ncolitc Soles

numhc r of voin's from whiTh to sdect

Toe-Caps

make s(,vc ral broadcasts from PLC soon as the syslrTn is srt up and

as

$9.45

timr� arr arrangrd Thosr sdeeted for the rhoir arr: Fint sopran05, Allura Amdal, 10yce Coatrs, Jrannr Frirskr, M a rj o fir Gar­

�_Witb Cw.h.N-Crepe Soles

$8.95 and $9.95

r.ud, Connir Hanson, Elra no r Ha n­ , IC'n, �{ y rn a Shd\ u, Pat Soduman, Joanne S(hwart7.waltrr Sr(ond sop ra nos afr M a ry Ensbrrg, Ellen Kdlhrro;:, Karrn Kvt"fn, Joan Johnson, MYrn;J Pfannrkuchrr, Phyl­

';'

Mart r ns , Ruth Myrwanll;, Sio;:rid TolJrfhon, Clan'nr Ostr'rlc, loan Krn­

dall

alt os : Margurritr Thompson, , 0010rr5 S h c rv lk , Jewd Ht''rnd, Kt"fma Fi nt

Knutzrn, Jrwrl Kelly, Ja n r t Baird, Barlta Lambrrt, ait h Budtman, AI­ phlld Skonherg:, Mar iaml!:" Pfr iHrr.

F

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Sc-cond altos: Anita Hrllbaum, Clara

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Red. B r o w n , Loafers I n

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Popular PEARL and

Men's Sho<s Priced from

an c y Hdland, Marilyn l("ns('n, A ndr non , Marir Trontyrt, Lou B ie ry , Bcvrriy Grrrn

Fint tenon: Sten

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Skjrrsaa, Carol Edlund, Brrnitr Han­

Mary

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P O L LY D E-B S by

CORP-0VAN CALF

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�n,

a

these -wonderful

O\"('f

'ny

to sdrct t h .. mrfll b ns, "'o this \"('ar"s freshman da!16 havinl/: rxcrllrnl '·oirrs. But dIrT two difficult

many

.

CAMPUS FOOTWEAR -H ea d q u a rt:ers Bliss for miss . . .

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Second tenon: ReH.l French, Gordon Stron , Trrry Sverdstrn, Robrrt Sor-

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Fint bassrs: Hrrb Ne\'e, Bill Brrre­

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Second basses: Waiter Ball,

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Alums Open Office (Continued from Page 1 ) rioDing agenci� of the college and

.

Jtudent body.

The office setup will be 'a� follows: Executive secretary, O. J. Stuen, for­ mer librarian;

assinant, Mn. Gcorge

Fisher and Mn, Rhoda Young, facul­ ty repracntative on the alumni board, and MiS! Jeant'tte "'Wa ltr , secretary. The ncw al um ni oHier i! located in

f

the Student Union building, next to

ci

thr office of th e Mooring Mast. The immediatr obje t ve is a re­

vised and correct mailing list, To ob­ tain this, we need the help of every dudt'nt and fa u lty member who can

c

drop in and supply us with names and correct addn"Mes of alumni and former n.mentls. For the information of the alumni. ' it may be stated thai the Associaticat, at iu last reu nion , \'oled due s of $3.00

�r

also

�ar

tha

i

�r member or family. And the

presenl

staff

of

the

alumni office, except Mr, Stuen's sec­ notary, for the finw bcim!:. 'O!:in" thf'ir SoI'n:icrs

on a

frN."

and voluntary basis.

SDtIee 'd PARKLAN D SHOE STORE II

Open 1 0 - 6

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FI LL CAM PU S ' CH EST'

Homecom i n g Plans Told

sl u d f'nts

PLC

B )' Ch a i rman ;\

EDITORIAL

It i s difficidt for m e t o believe that

",, ( 'r'hlld pa ked with activity is

e

pr"lIl i ''' ''<I {nr ho nH'roll1 in � :" oq:mbn 7·'1, Ar .or inr.: to co-chainnrn �ar,"

are

rltht'r

:-': {' whou�{" ,

Vno

t�,· fnt i:'iti 5 .� t inlO Ju l! ,sw i n g � I Frtda \''-ni��I .�whi('h is Q,ll'r-n's �'R:ht

display.

th,. lower e:lmpuS for t he bonfire, pep an d

mlly,

fi reworks

biq:

a

Also slated for Friday evening is an alumni coffee hour.

Thr' traditional Powder· Puff Bowl

.

I,(anl(' i� �rh.. d\ll .d fo r Saturday morn·

illl.:.

"rrmina

promi ses

I IIE],·.

lion

:\ie yr-r,

chairman of t he

.

lt r i i ron

hectic

d

ac­

from PLC's fema le popu lat i on.

Th" hOI!It"rominc paradt". fol low i n kmininr

foolba ll

� the

fest, will wind

up

at L i n o l n Bowl, wherr thr- C,ladiaton

,

n

..... il hake on thr Eastt'rn Washi gton

Si\valtrs.

Saturday t'vening will

�morgasbord

alumni

r

in

fratu re the thc

upper

SUB, and tht' g and finale of the day's

� .., �

J�.

'

.....

of

D imrs

arc

the

on l y fu nd-raising

campai�ns on campus all yt'ar, PLC

Resu lts So Far Are Disappointing Cndc:r the dirrction of Blue K.·y,

tunity

Good

to attend the Pie:rce County

:-Jrighbor

. Cr-airmt'n of nt'a r

r por ted

I

off

kick

luncheon.

., !l...�very d!v! sion r�-

that thr-y ('XIX'Ct�d 10 far sur-

pass thr-;r goa h. What arr- you doabou t

ing

PLC's

goal

Obvious

W("dnnday. The: first results of (hI:" ("ra n World Action campaign, t he drive wcre a bit discouragin .lI:. So far, , d SI�.��n t S�r::" ct' f�n d .a d t r­ � �� PI r. h.:>-5 . ru:\J,y . iyeQ.. 67 per cent o { Lhd:�, ana Un1tln� tnr­ o,t! last . year ', donatiom, �nd the fresh!

I �?

men were the only class in whi ch over

stu dents

50 prr cr-nt of the

contrib-

ullt'd. All in all, the ' dr in- has a\'cragl'd ' only 15 c nts �r stud r n t . · -John Osburn '_ � -' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ..,,-

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PAC Inc LUTHERAN COLLEGE, OCTOBER la, 1952

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The fu nd s ta,kt:n lnlO the Campus studr-nts can't � :hat ha rd off. I ne i- national ser ....ice fraternity. the: 1 9 52 Ch c�t w , n be: dl trib\ltrd to Lulhcr;ln � denta l ly , last wcrk I had the opper- Campus Chest dri ve." got under w ay I � Stud e nts Ar.tiog hr.l nch of the Lut h -

her n w()(' fu l l y disappoi nt in g.

nnly

'"Cvr ry p<'nny,

but as Ca mpu s Chest and the March

a ny rate, the record of contributions t u Cam pu s Ches t u p to this poin t, has �a���

arc undoublrdly some slud.

rr.ts wh o ha\"t' to cou n t

poverty-

Hrirhn o r i n herr nt chr-ap·skates. At

A s our story on pagT one indicates, 67% of la� t year's donations fa B a k i ng � n gka t'd. ._ ,, nt! auwr" ("a61 stuck'nf b as' .�w� n an . t'n of e g a r 15 c ll! Th i s mea�s a T h is i s ( sprr ia ll y ."1 ;uidr- 10 honor an' Ih.· 1952 qUl'r n of homeromi ng . Fol- 'Ilc k r l ap i!:'c!:' for LS A , �orld Sludcn t . . I" i 0 I.: Ih,- ('oronation cercmonies, fund, and th� Good ;';r-I �hbor drive. sludrnu and alums will serpentine to Oh, my!

d

, I " k l " h ust and \

1 . \ J\1l

Thrre

t

I

1952,

,

th e frcshman

Scp-

the

were

frosh

to ' bu tton

to

the pro ltra m. On Wednrsday, cnvd�

thcir

Not only do we have new faces and

have nt'w names. Among these'we find

a nt'w name for Mission Society. That hring-M i nion C usaden!

r

this

paign are Vern Lestrude, Bob John­ son, and Gordon Wikner.

nk Elected Senior Prexy

in short d reMel, no make-up, fre ckles,

As

week's

the boys pa rted their hair i n thc Centcr

I I

up their p.:lnt less. The

w�rt: worn all day Tuesday,

and all the time during the rest of the n ot

contributions

those of 1 9 5 1 , and also indicating the donations by classes . Working with Douglas on the cam­

They drl'ssed like childre n : with girls

w��k.

comparing

year wi th

and carrying toys or lolli·pops, whilc

.

PL C

of

will be posted in the front hall of Old

Main,

t he form of th e freshmen on Tuesday.

rolled

co-operation

ccnts p<:r student. Percentage graphs

"Kiddies" invaded the campus in

bea nie

year

Last

nr-IIrd ovrr $350, or an :\\'rrage of 50

clear was sounded.

and

All stu d .. nu not turninlt in an '

students was vqy good, and the drive

.ltatht'r for Sunday m orning worsh i p the books ou t of the case-s, pulled the pillowslips on over their hcads, and 5t:rvic(:l at Trinity Lutheran chur ch. "made like a siren" until the all­

studt'nls on our campus, but we also

in ,hapd, :tnd

r nH l opt' will he eonta<.trd i n pr- rson bu·r.

.

Mission Crusaders Show New Spirit

.....r-rt" d isl ri bu tf'd

thl' donations collrctrd aftl'r thl' pn­

� events will be t he presentation of su riors, th� sophomor!:'s. They also "Cood Hou�l'hrping" by the drama carried their books in pi llow cascs all d ay, and during Ihe morning, upon depa rtment ind up th e wt'ekend, all will the �ommand "air raid", emptied Tn

.....

At· thr- mr�tinQ" of thr- sfudent body

:-.i0. 2 op" �

li'If:k��t:::F�' '

in.

C�o�s.

Tur-sday. Bi l l Riekf' vc-rbally outlined

Put Up With Durin� . Initintion With the dawn of M onday

Rrd

Di m�s.

iod.

itiation began in fulL On that day,

rfforts of Ihr

t �e Scouts, Ht'art and Cancer so· . . cle t �eJ and sc\'eral otht'r sm:lllcr_ ('01. 1,.cl� ons The only other ("ampus d ri\·c d U ri ng th e yr:lr wi ll i)(' thr- March of

My, What Freshmen Hav_e To tember 29,

<",(I�Il.nrJ",ry

camp:u�.n

the

final

first

clast

rt:turns

of this

elections �gan to come

in, AI Fink, fonner ASB v1ee�president

was "in" as president of the senior clan. With o"er

and football fuUbac.k,

8.5 per cent of the �niors voting, Neal was

Alnend

Molly

Vlce-prt:sldt:nt,

Damed

Spitznagel, secrt:tary, Edna Thc nllme is just what i t implies, a McCa1 , tre:uurer, and Roger Mads�n, .'l"roup of Ch ristian mcn and wom�n day", but also "silent day". All the 1lDfortuDate freshmen. who rcmaia HOW UNDIGNIFIED-These Inter-dub on who undertake an entt'rprise with frash had to �ear clashing clothes and uadt:rclasmLen wb.o were subwudu.tif"ted for obVIOUS zeal a nd t'nthusi3.3m. This organiza­ unmatched shoc:s and sox, and could J�c:ted to such indignified treatmrat by die traditi...u sadisaic sopbomora. o omo and fres began res en ph tion does just that. It sponsors m i s­ n2t uttn one word during mealtime, hm S ( McKewen Photo thelr pnmary votmg yestuday The sionary speakers, it doc:s «"ligio.us or while they wer waiting in line . Wednesday

was

only

"clash

three � typify the

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" the able Ift'II F F � -l'es ShOW Vor· 1•• ... oUment Up

Then on Thursday, the big day for and charitable work among the n�dy and the outcast, and it promoteJ the the court trials came. With fellowship

spiritual

on

the

campus.

prt'siding of "Judge" Bob

leming,

juron", Bob Sorenson, Kathy An example would be Marie Hand­ and quist, the missionary from Nepal who Biery, Larry Andt'non, Har riet spoke to

UJ.

Lead ing thi s

viet'-prellidt'nt

group is is

Dick

Hr-rbt'rt �t'\'e, Borrud,

Pat M )rris is st'cretary-tl ca�urcr.

and

Linne Has OutinCJ Early Sa tu rdat morning a grou p of outdoor lover's some twenty avid from

Lin.n� . Socit'ty wilI � t �ikt' ou t Innlty 0r l\ft. Ramlt'r on a

for the

"

vick,

"

mann,

Bob

Curtis,

and

approx i mately

Faith

25

Bueh-

fres mcn

h

Enrollment at Pacific Lutheran is wt're tried and found g u il ty of "in5 V� % highcr this faU that at the same subordination to the sophomores, and time last year, it was announ ed by not complying with the rcg u lations for Dr. Phi l i p E. Hauge, dean and reg­ initiation established by the members ist rar. This year's enrollment of 855 of th t' sophomore claM." Also, the comparl'S with 804 in October, 1 9 5 1 . frt'shmrn were forel'd to wt'ar thcir lcads all others Thl' freshman girls the clothes back�ards, and e i w b ft'aturt'd straight hair, and no make ��u� ;n :�! c�:u :���3O �o::nJ�:� up. ' m-n, '<or 290, Th-,. otal t a g n mak, 160

c

class

Slavt' day camt' on Friday, with each are more frt:shmen women this year commanded to "make the (han ever before. a freshman of every sophomore {withi n ..... ish Altltough this is not the largest total surwy of tht' Kautz Creek Flood «"g­ rt'ason ) , his command." tn the eve· enrollment in PLC history, the pinch ion a trip over the "Trail of the ning, tht' frosh took .part i� the pep is being felt in the college's dormi­ Sh�dows" for the softer membcn, and rally, also weafing th�l � bean�es then. tories and dining hall, because the rougher Pinnacle Peak climb in The class was d iVided mto four number of on·campus student! h.u its outdoor trip. Sunday morning they . and these alpha lIcally, groups, reached an all-time high. pla n to conve-rgc upon the Paradiz� groups (' ntertal �ed the ren of the Lod ge area for 'a sunrise service. By . Included in tbe year' s roll-call arc student body With various stunts at adventhe 3 o'clock in thc afternoon 168 sophomort:5, 100 men and 68 wo­ 1 2 : 30 each noon. Monday's group arc scheduled ,to return to the men; 134 juniors, 92 men and 42 wo­ presenkd a mock political rally ; Tues­ comparative ivilization of the P.L.C. men; and 1 3 5 seniors, 87 men and 48 day's, a refection of game they played campus. . women. Thert: also are four graduate as kiddi " and Wednesday'S, first According to Don Kei th, organizas tud en ts, 106 special students, and impressions of college. tion presid e-nt, "This is only the fi"'t 18 t'xteruion students. frOJh tried and convicted t e Among h program. ex nep in this year's panded Many students have come coruid­ a d the penalties issue� were Stu A strange initiation ceremony for new crable distances to attend PLC, ip.� lbreth who gave after dmner sp«chmembers will be followed November Gt cluding a large number from Ca}i­ S n the dining room, Thursday; Dave 20 by the annual all-school Linne t" i focnia, and e\'en four from Hawai i ( Continued on Page 3) quet. two day foray into Ihe wildt'rness. The biologi sts plan to in clude

turns

c

Ban

"

"

es ;

• p �C I A L !

�en

--

I

The Moonng Mast's expanu'on

program has

postponed, at faculty The

temporanll ' committee on .stuflent publication., meeting in special session wt week, decided that the propolCd

least

I

able

quite

and

Wa!

po.sible.

desir­

At

th�

same time. the group ft'it that the

should be delayed un til furthcr study has be�n made on the

change

Sophs Sponsor �how Two solid hours of m�vies and en­

tertainment

will

be

presented

��cllrepraeQtat:lve

f�hmen nonunated so many candidat� ror each poIltlon that It may be

\ 01

in c rease in the lize of the paper (rom five to six columns

1

this

Saturday, (rom 7:30 to 9:30, by the Sophomore class.

.

few days

bef�

/be final

. ate knOWD. The Juwor

results

only last night held its meeting for nomination of officers.

class

_

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Initiation, c;amp

Saturday, October I I

Linne Society overnight outing, Mt. Rainier, Icave 8:00 a.m. Football, Whitworth, �here. Sophomore Class Movie, SUB, 7,30,

Sunday, October 1 2

Linne Society, Mt. Rainier, re� turn 3:00 p.m.

Included in the evening', �ntertainment will be the following selec -

Choir,

Jan Christian Smuts, Winter in the

LSA Lake Spanaway Hike. 6:00

tion of fine "shows": Bantu Frontier,

Swiss Alps, Midget Car Maniacs (Ab-

bott and

Costello , and three car-

)

toons, Robinson Crusoe Mickey, Barb-

er of Seville

(Woody Woodp�cker ).

and Down with Cats

(Migbty MOUIe)�

The program h3.3 been plannr-d by

Karen

Kvern

and

O.

B.

Fjelstad.

Entertainment is to be furnished bc-

tween showings.

U.L.C.

National

vention, Seattle, 5:00

Con-

Monday, October 13

Pi Kappa Delta, eMS, 122, 9:00

day.

Thurs

October 1 6

Musical Program, Charlie Martin (soloilt), Grace Elaine Fink

I�

Kiwanis Cborus. CMS� 8:00� ,

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THE MOORI:"G \L\ST

10. 1952

OCT.

TH E WEB 1.'...---- 1

Publishrd every friday during thf" s("hool year b y studrnu o f Pa("ific , Luthrran Colll"�'"

F,ntn.·d as ��C"Ond das� mattrr. O("tohrr 2. 19�5, at thr Post OHice at

Parkland,

OHice: Student enion

Washington Tl"lcphonr: GRanite 86 1 1

Subscription price-.$ 1 .50 per

ycar

AvC'.

we

I I

We of thl" Moorin.1t Mast want

·

�4

up b..�t

Tu....5day t"vrning of this w('('k the

Wf"f"k

girrs dormitory offic(""fs

as

(hr y....ar Cnd .... r the .ltuidance of Mrs. Link. hrad of PLC's language depa rtmrnt, th.. !>troup romplrteiy re­

for the Yf"ar were ehosf"n.

campus

is

popular

Chesterfield,

brand on

because

heltcf IS ' :lo;%ono, So i'itrii;

packed. ·

su.....

l

chief, Harriet Vorvick; and anistan. once each month. as was p� viously : the c:ue, the programs are expc:�ted firr chief. Marion Cummings. . These girls will join Betty Riggers, to be doubly good.

. . On taking another survey we

find · that the most

in impossible to ferret

oul e\"('ry story. and

wert" Sf"t

by Del t.1 Phi Kappa on t"ach noor of Caman dub held its first meeting of

Old \fain

At a merting- hdd Sunday ..nnIrH:t. Septembu 28, in order to af·qualllt or.lr.lnizrd aftrr a �:tr of inactivity. The pur�(' of Gc'rm.'\n ciub--more freshmrnt girls with the officrrs ;md mother's presef"Vrs. but by popular the 4uties of D.P.K., thr newly ekcted propt"r1y known as Deutscher Vercin­ n g co a to fostf"r interest in the culture and is ��� \caders wen: introduced. Marilyn Han;: �!: �:����� �:��: :� u il F rt nich will hold down the office of vice language of Germany. Some very inTHER �OTICE ! ! ! ! ! pre�ident, Pat Morris i s Secretary and tere5ting and highly educational pro· Now that we are back in business, Joyce Rasmussen will handle the. grams al"1'.: being plannrd for this year, we will fill you·r intellectual cavity trC'asurer'� books. Also elected were : and since the club will mee t only with the Weekly' Wont. social chairman, Mina Raen: fire once every twO months instead of

Open Letter TQ [;tuOS I school find in

To all stud('nt organizations,

boxCJ

This may be enough to jar your

.

ASSOCIATE STf\FF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J()H� HOLt.'M. A:-.iNE STEWART, ELWOOD RIEKE. CLARA SKjERSAA. DO��A ER ICKSON

Paci fic

Ballot

De2.f S tupi ls:

. .... jOH� OSBURN EDITOR. I�.C H I E F. . MAi'\AGI!\G EDITOR . . . .. . . ...... DAVE NESVIG BUSINESS MA;.iAGER. .. . ................... WALT SCHWINDE EDITORS... . . .. . . . ..... 000.· I<).ErTH, BETTY RIGGERS, PHYLLIS GRAH:-.i, DAVE ;";ESVIG

Prin ted by La Crosse .P rint.. rs. 1 1 8th

lI e-o.8 - al a Glance

Caught I n

1 he J.Uooring lU IISl

his

-:'TLd)'

iff6'nl,'ld:t�/U x. .. ;"., �; ...;:�.,. r P"::;'-;�-:-.

dent

e1ec�ed

. . Have you heard about the new tabinet.

last spring, on

the D.P.K.

All

cover every prr--digestcd ne.ws magazine thi� col­ * * * ('"very way to serve the needs of the romin� C'v/"nt. Thrrefore we appeal umn is .!publishing. You don't read Following the. precedent set last college for a student publicati on. It is to you, th/" student organizations who it-you swallow it whoi<'. . Over. year by the two boy's,donnitorie5, the our drsire, and our duty to )'ou of the mak/" th .. news. 10 be absolutely catain heard was this conversation between girls of the Annex, new girl's residence-, student body, the prrscnt a .....eekly your scheduled all-school activities Bill 'Stub' Borden and Mr. Eklundthis week christened their quarters containing ,..very bit of publishable arr down to your paper. Please bring Mr. Eklund: "How do you like your witA a new collegiate name, Holly news of the campus. By news we mran. any "hot tips" or complete stories Hall. dormitory room as a whole?" just that-happC'nings of inte rrst to to on.. of thr m(·mbl"rs of the Editorial Counselor jean Ronken announces 'Stub' Borden: "As a hole it's fine; ALL members of the P.L.C. family Stafff. that at a recent mceting a set of ofas a room, not 50 good." Because of a limited staff and a Thank you, i H l t S · . . Top angler of thr week is Frank great many organizations h!·rc at The Staff t�O h:::le ��e ;:�: t ti S E Karwoski. When asked if he caught was �resident Bonnie Klassen of Saca fish, the "Mouse" replied, "Sure I caught a fish, but it was too small to ramento, California. Two Castle Rock

I

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l

Here's Into On Charles Martin Col le g e Dratt Returns, Will

Test tor Frosh Give Concert Applications

for

the December 4,

1952 and the April 23, 1952 admin-

istrations

the

of

College

tion Test are now available at Select­ boards local System ....ice Ser ivc

throughout the �ountry.

EligIble

and a bulletin

·

the

enevlope

_

for

his

According

to

\"antagr to

re�rd!C"ss

file of

his applic;!.tion the

testing

at

once,

date

he

selects. Thf" resuits will hr rrl>ort!·� to

the

studentle

Selective

local board of jurisdiction for

Martin,

"greats",

HiI.§t Hil. il ·Sept.

Mooring Mast:

21, 1952

Thil is just a line from a lonesome Lute in Japan, who's eating his heart out to be back on the campus of

"Pacific Lutheran CoUege". I'd like very much "i� possible," to have my

ma;l;ng h" 01 add"" ;" Manoon,k, US 56 1 1 4042

nam, plmd on th,

th, "M.M." my PIc. Bob

and

D-Btry. 97th AAA Gun Bn.

APO 323-1 c/o' Postmastel'

San Francisco. California. Should onyone desire to correspond with mr, I'd be only to happy to

an,we< the;, com'pond,n". May you with, "God's continued Blessings," have a happy a.nd succes-

Bob Marvond;

of

next Thursday

to

his dorm. Hostesses were Marge

night at

�hrtin was Iradin� trnl soloist in

tours

a few years ago, Ma"in's fame

spread with

it.

H' had made many

radio appearances on the coast and

in

the midwest. During World War II

he had the distinction of singing be·

fon:: Pl"1'.:sident Franklin D. Roosevelt, Genrral

MacArthur

Ni.mitz.

Assisting

Martin

and

on the

Admiral

c . Fred Christensen

I

program are: on sale at the book Itote

: ;;o;;;o;; ; ===ii rr=="7.'7.''O:",=, HAMBURGERS SODAS SHAKES

.. ·s Durdl .. Ice Creamery 721 South 38th WEDDINGS

_ CORSAGES FUNERAlS

STELLA'S FLOWERS Artistry in Flowers Parkland Center GR 7863

I I

I

BR 4629

a

"Hobo Hike". The

Student hike

to

This

all

project

chur.,ches

of

a

be

the

Union

thc

will

LSA.sponsored

leave

from

the

building at 3:30 p.m .

Spanaway

p rt:x y�AI

Hatlen

Hillbilly

and

return to the

suggem.

HiUbilly Music music

by

j.

P.

Carl�

strom and company will highlight the

the

and

will

to

hobos

campus by 6 p. m. "Bring your sticks and bandana and dl"1'.:u hobo style.

fireside r�gram at the lake. J:iot �. dogs an'] pop will be served fur a nominal fee.

Each team consisb

speaker, a soloi.H

HARDWARE *

In the event of rain the LSAers move indoors for hobos from

will

Europe, who will

relate

their

ex­

DELUXE

for

VERN'S a

HAMB URGER

Old Fashioned Fish t!1 Chips Home-baked Pies 8 Cakes Full Fountain Service

Ninth & Pacific

Two Blocks Nom on Mt. Higbway

b =======================l -=

LaCrosse Printers Posten

AnnouncemeDts

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Prioten of Your

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Ensocrg; devotil"'nal. Don Reese; food, Kathy Biery; art, Ed Kennedy; transportation, Norm Vorvick; and publicPATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISELS ity, Dave Nesvig. '

Cards

*

r...

tion.

Parkland

Tacoma, Wash.

DANIELS

program

Tickeu for the

and Young's Gift shop.

Christ.

leader.

*

periences in . Western this summer. The time will be moved up to 6 p.m. At Pacific College, Forest Grove, Chairmen Named Oregon, the English department anChairmen of the LSA committee

STAT ONER

Pacific Ave.

the Tacoma Kiwanis Chorus, of wbich director.

within

Americ."in Lutheran College.

I �======::===� 913

who alJo studied music at PLC, and is

Hill and

O;der PersonaJized Christmas Cards. Now! .

will be Grace Elaine Fi nk, pianists,

Martin

Jt:SU!

presented

youn,

will present Betty Riggers.

his first return concert in the CMS

auditorium

8 p.m.

churches

*

PLC hobos Sunday afternoon when

Lutes entour� on

takes in all dormitory

various

of a leader,

social

Series.

PLC"s in the fourth noar lounge of the girls'

of

one.

returned

in Wh('n thr choir Illade its extensive

consid('fing his defennent as a stud-

.sful year.

Charles

to

social

date has it will be

former PLCite. nounced this week that the Writing for the coming year were announced Clinic is again ready to help any by vicc president Hal Ruddick, last ding shower oJn'Sept. 28. Sixteen girls nudent who wishes to acquire skill week. Committees and the (' hainnen attended the shower, which was give n and proficiency in EnglCih composi. are: Social, Jim jaeger; Music, Mary

Service the Choir of the West'for three yean. use

World

Gracc

!urr.QUnding area to bring the worn

I Were a

was the honorre 01\ a breakfast wed·

CHARLES MARTIN

Sdrcti\"e Sen.-ie(· Systrm, it alma mater this fall,

will be greatly to the student's ad­

go

Harry, Carry 'n Water.

Ten musical

Qualification

"Wouldst

*

in Minnesota, is sponsoring teams to

have

Logan,

meeting

Spanaway Park will become a haven

for

The L. S. A. from S1. Olafs College

Ramona Lofthus,

Educational Tcsting

the College

for the

p<>f:m,

Refreshingly

Sr n.;.i cr, which prrp-,rrs and administ·

('rs

who

t

Peggy

next

scheduled but

ed, please watch for it.

will fill the officCJ of ...ice .

which

ocen

announced soon, so if you are interest-

in activities.

. . Peg the nurse sa),!, "Shultz is

·

markrd no later th an mid n i l.!:h t , ;';p­

1952.

t

thing to do with the

for the Deeembn 4 teSI must be post·

\·embC'r I ,

ation

Bacteria," because it doesn't have any·

Applications :

treasu rer; and

chairman. The

not yrt

women, and will join with this group

co�:n �is �:� . . :- Onions go to ·Ezegiet Smulch,

application and mail it imnH"diat.·y in provided.

Greyhound bus did

Orchids this week go to the

�::v�;:

information.

of

tution wa1 revised and the follpwing

officrrs wrre eJected: Cordon Wikner,

prrsidrnt: Jo Ann Knudsen, secretary·

the larger Delta Phi Kap!Ja organiz-

sporu during their indoctrination to

Following instructions in thr bulle­

the student should fill out his

.

Skcie and

urged to at­

At Tuesday's meeting the consti·

Memben o'"f the hall are also part of

. . Question of fht; week-Ask the

Freshmen who have been such good

application

tin,

·

team what the

atudents who intend to

an

lake."

" in California. Mystery

offer .this test on rithn da t{· should apply at once: to the ncar..st S..I(·cti....r Srrvice local board for

Hansch,

purpose.

iu

former studenu of

tend, facuity members included.

prCJident and secretary-treasurer.

when they stopped at the �'Trees of

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roomtTlates, Astrid

furthering

in

present and

C('rman arc particularly

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bring home, so I had a couple of fellows help me throw it back in the

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Glads Tie Wes tern

son tC'aring throu'I;h the W('stt'rn wall. There are those who L'y that PLC should have dumped the V:ks, on the basis of a greater total yardage gained. Others, too, say that the Lutes

C lub was held S('pt. 30. ThC'fc was a turnout o f 8 0 students showing a spontaneity of rt':sponse to Ih and

Dick. Th�TC was ;r guest speaker and COIOfCd slidt':s were shown. TemporarY d. ,· ,bt,·dly rrmemlx:r for yt"3rs to come. were saved by a miracle At any rate, officers were also appointed. " , ' ftt; staying on even terms with few writers could dream of a more On Monday 1 0 cars from the col. t[l" PLC Gladiators for 56 minutes dramatic Frank Merriwell tale than lege all decked up with posters, signJ �eronds of dramatic football last Saturday's game. and �O a d o{ ;,nd p,l"''rds j:,:ne , d ; n th' P :� ' Western .1ftl"n, the Wa.'lhington { y , . A n . n" o ' h� OU h o ... 'k ... .... ... ,... \ d,' n.�s boomed o� t into the lead, as E isenhOwer Qeneral Seattlt' when': . w Il i t b spoke: ·A great amount of enthusiasm n :�::o� :�� ��I�:her: :�d �=: s�� was shown by thc _ "beanie-headed" , , ' ' ' ''"' ' ' ' ;" ·',' ' : ' ::"' ''' ' ;>''l �, . .. p.L.C.ites. . ' h'""I','' " '' P" ,,',",,Cn"p'' n,, , . o; , u n h.. ....d , w; 'h now feels The �xecutive committee , m;nu ',. coma;n;n, ;n 'h, h ,ako ;u {uly ';gh <on "" dub (h;, o ,u ,',: c :::::' . place as anothC'T cducational organiz."l� A t Ias � S� urday' s game against (� .Th' fl. as thr spectators be�an to cam pus· Western as Ington the appeared for I n on the r(lll< rt thrir wits, the incredibl� hap­ th� 1st li 7e dr�5sc-d in hei�. natty po·orr!. After receiving the kickoff, � umfarms 0 blac and goI trIm and th,- l.utl'S virtunlly rared down field braid. This smart looking marching acainsl the clock. Glenn Huffman's outfit will aho show iu vers."ltality by With the school year alrc-ady undef' d"'lw r.1Iion hca\"r5 be�an to click. s a number of concerts late in Wilh ahout a minute and twenly ��� :��:�! way, Prof. Theodor(: Karl, head de. � bate coach,.and Dr. Vernon �ltzinge:, s.·ft.,nds kft, rond Jim Ball snatched one The musicians are directed by r . assistant coach, began preparmg their of Ilu ffc-r's forwards out of the sky , C �· stopher�� n : but I adi t he band � �. \ �i charges for the long season of forensic inlf' thr rool green confines of the e t a c g s �:� �:: :� � � - ���::� artivit;("s. The forensics squad under· \' , k l n " ({oal territory. Seven to six, �a : hy w a i ne d . takes the mo!! gruelling sch�dule with thr hop<' of a tit resting o n the sen, majorettes, and' Lciand Roseberg ' a�ong Intercoll�giate competitors, (on'·('15ion. :\ frw scconds laler a tre· drum major. With tournaments on tap from fall aiYn" ndnus rO:lr rocked tht" stadium, Memben of the band are Roald �ost to th� end of the second semeste r f(lr Dick Larson's place·kick was per­ Feness, Stephen Brandt, William Leld, In the spnng. fen' Thc Gladiators tied the SCOR Robert Randoy, Harold Hillesland, 31 ;.7, then held Western for lime on The nation:u deba:.e question for Glenn Hull, Theodore J ohn Sick, R�solved: that th,.. r.-turn kickoH. Doris Ann Johnson, John Robert the season wJil be, ' individual irkinJi': in stars' l such Reay, Roseanf\:l Hartill, Helen SmebY, t should �nact a c?ml � Congr�ss . p.ractlces pulsory • faIr �mploym�nt :l ront l'�1 is a real job, for evc ry man John Thomas Householder, Clifford I be aimed at on Ix)lh squads put out his best. For Hall, Jeonctte Walter, Marlcn� Hor- act." Such an act would th,' \· lki n'! s. Spud Walley was mag- land Naomi Gadaney Maurine Fink stopping discrimination in employment n ifieent. Both in the air and through Her�rt Lay, Cathe'rine Schwerin : because of race or religion , Though nearly all tournaments also feature th ,. linr, he kept PLC constantly Gerald Faroe!!, Nadine Andresen. barkprrblling. He- had hiJ beadacbes, John Allan B�rgtund, Joseph Rei tz , ,t;rompctition in other foreruic �venU.

I"A'PLCO Band S' teps-

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�����,�,�����!:�� Lutes Vie With Wh-ItS In East

By Miraculous R ally 1 hr (am who, visited Lincoln Bowl . b<t Satu rday, nIght l.eft the stadIUm nthrr whOOpl�g at I,he top of their !lln'" or shakIng theIr heads in dis11"1,d. What they saw th('y wilt un-

OCT

Young Republicans

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ga i nst Western

tht'n held the highly thought of Lindfirlders to a tie. It's true that Sam Adams, st;l.T end for three years has graduated, and gone, too, i� pa5ser . kane tomorrow ni�ht to do bl}ttle with Ed Kre12, but rrwch )n (""'I·dencc 1.'1 the Whitworth Pirates. A far cry Walt Bt'lI, an Idaho boy who runs fro� the Pirates of Pittsburgh, �he like cr:uy. unforgettable I Fresh from that ( that's what it was) 7-7 tie with thc I gargantuan Vikings from Western, the PLC footballers move into Spa-

The

WhIt! scem to have themseh'es a hpe

ball dub titis year. Beginning the--�a r with :1'

take's a holiday. Ri)!:ht now Don Cheslerficld and AI Fink ate m'rdc'd

but not available, and th.."lt's not so

j

jlood, but fingen arc' crossed, so thc

Debaters to Cons z'der F'EPC

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Ihough, as tht'.: Lute defcmivt'.: inter- Roger Petersen, Barbara Howard, «'ptl'd fiu: of his t05S('S, chiefly at Reid French Faith Bulltmann Mary (ruc i; !! points in the gnme. Ron Bill- Estergreen, R ichard Brandt, B�verly in�$ sn.1rrd two, as well a5 b·reaking Tranum, Ricnard Knutzen, Kathryn

up sn·na l Wal ley passes, and frc· Biay , Floyd Ohman, Marion L('onard, qurntJy mo\·in� up from tht, secondary Eldon Davis, Donna Lou Erickson, to

rr1;1kc

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Lc. land Tribe.

\·it.11 slap.

Roseburg,

Paul

Steen,

Roy

On,· of Ihe �r('at surprisc·s. of th" This is an incomplt"te list including (ont"st was the passing attack of Glrnn HuHman, who hadn·t thrown only thost" takinit the- COurse for credit, m, omitlin(t about [('n mrmbers. tilt" 11.111 too 1Il1irh ,'arli('r. His ar

with Jim Ball and Bob MrAdams on

I he n·r!·i\"ing ,'nd, gavr the Lutes

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Woman: :\ fa'g, a bom', and a hank

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Lutes may hit gold dmt in Spokan(,. In

One of PLC's most reliable com-

stands when the team is on

bate fortllnes wr.� also dealt a blow table mood. Cases in point arc fast with the l�ss of three otht'r senior yrar's 1 3 -6 PLC vic�ory, and the wild division

speakers.

Bill

Rickt',

top- and wooly win two years ago in the

i�ht dc-bate and individual events dVln({ moments, 1·�-7 . n man, will be unablc to competc beRou'!h customrrs, those Pirat('s, but

c-aus(' of a heavy student and teachin� AP writ('r Rus�it N('wland picks PLC load in the biology department. Joal). by seven.

ne Schief was forc�d tv drop forl'flSics

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on a full scale basis because of ailing hcalth , and Janet Carson also had 10 withdraw because of off-campus cm-

Glads Fa l l As L U C k Fa vo rs... Lu m be r", acks

,loyment. Commenting on this year's prospeets, coach Karl stated, "The loss of these people will be felt, but perhaps

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I (Continued from Page 1 ) F.nSht'r� and Je,,;cl H" rr!d: who, at III th,· dIning room, \ a spcelal pi act' fed each other; Anne Stewart and Ginny Grahn who portrayed the

W e were within the 1 0 yard line on 5 difft'Tent occasions but failed to

Sophomore Class gave a well-ea.rned

picnic at Point D�fianee Park SaturGonzaga University, Spokane, day afternoon for the Frosh. In the Washington, opened iu doon this fall ' evening, the frosh again bad to wear for'-"two Korean boys who received their beanies to the PLC-Western scholarships ' given by the school to V;ashington game. help promote better relatioTLS between _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ � I the people and "the two countries.

and then with ! frosty

bottle of delicious Coca-Cola.

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ILlNG, Inc. COCA-COLA BOT

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fish pond, by the freshman girls, and �st play of the night with a 36 yard the Clover C�ek bed by the boys, the dash.

things going 1 Refresh now

havc

Aun, watched and aided "in cas� he Thomas converted and that was the should fall", by Patt Molver, wa.lked ballgame. to his c1�.'I5es on stilu, A group of len Three: who turned in top perform­ frash ate:( at a special table in the din­ ances for the Lutes were Dick Larson, ing room, using odd utensils. Art Swanson and Karwoski. Don After the traditional cleaning of the Chest�rficld. a frosh, rah for the Iong­

a march to the goal. Keep

tomm UNDER .t.UT1'(OmY

Whits

tally. Th�n came the fateful thrr-c� minutes when we pushed over for a T. D. The score then was six to nothing. N ow we see the Lumberjacks re­ grinder and his money-with a organ , slight change, Anne used a "uke " c�ived a kick and Gale Drake ran the and Ginny was the monkey. Spencer field for 3. Humbolt T. D. ' Dale

There's bedlam in the

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recrnt sea�ons, th('

suceum\)cd in order, but thc battle

petitors last season, Jon Ericson, was [he Glads havt' had attrst to the fact Ion to the squad by graduation. Dc- that Ihe Piratc-� wl'ft· n · , in a chari­

the rest of the squad will be able to adjust tQ make up for the \0.'15." For 1 • By JIM JOHNSON .... :\(I!"f a srorekss game up to tbe the first consideration always seems the first intra-squad debate Monday, \ to be d�bate, and it is debale thaI is he has scheduled John. Osburn and fino a! thrn· minutl's thc' Hu mbolt 5tat� , pre·!·minent i n the minds of the Alan Haden to meet Edith Engel and Lu mber Ja r ks won P.L C .' s serond , Janet Klippen. squad right now . gnd contest by a score of seven 10 six Freshman interellt in debatc has on the opposing team's Gridiron. The success of PLC forensic teanu high, and the coaches for the past two y�an has b�t:n nothing been remarkably The !-;"ame was playcd in a dense to be able to field a strong hope ict v ; ory for the short of ph�nomenal fog and at times th,· players were objunior division team composed mainly Lut('s has becomc: .'10 habitual that scufl·d even to the press hox. Junior bracket hopes dt'pend PLC leads all othc:r co\l("gc..'l in west- of frosh . Coach Harshm.1n· s Elt-v,:n st·c·k in.1{ dcal on the success of the ern L' nited States in debate. This, a great their first win of the �cason eomple-te­ as most of last year's I), outplayed the Lumbt'rjach i n however, is another y�ar, and with all newcomers, juniors haye been cle\"at�d to the ('very phase o f the game exC'·pt for the weste rn dcbater5 aiming their sights item of scoring. at. PLC, only time: will ,tell. The first senior squad. Hopes arc high, but the proof is in In yardage we ran for a total of 381 bi� test will be the fall Western Speech tournaments, yards to a total of 1 1 9 for the opposiassociation tournamc-nt a t Denver, the

thl·ir first real aerial punch. It was of hair. �-{.a n : :\ hrag, a groan and a tank also .1 n·,,1 drlight to St·c the diminuti\'c Colorado. b.1rks Frank Karwoski and Art Swan- of aIr.

Campus capers call for Coke

indicatcd �".'It wet'k that

t'n dc-�ensive unit, PLC wHl win .1. few 1>.,11 gam" ;{ 'he ;nju'Y nem,,;'

freshmen and no All-Amnicans as �oldovm, 'h, p;�",' n'w coach Jim Lounsberry welded together an outfit that bowkd o\'�r UBC and

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they can be plenty rough, too. With

qre ·uHt';n!e -iooking tx-Uer and a pt'In"a

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OCT.

�,lnORI;\G M:\ST

Hed l und, Johnson' Take Play Leads Rch";) r�a\s a n'

" (; 0<)(1

now i n progress for

lIol ls,·hl' p i n ,.: ,"

comed y th aI \\' i11

thrce

:le t

st:l!{ed by PLC . 13 an d 1 4 iO t bl: 'i�' au d i l"nurn, Thr- first per. form.l nn· is p.ln of the HOlllcCotlHn g

l.x'

t h t' sp ia ns on l\'o\'.

w �ckt' n d

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8,

a

I

prcsident

co\lege

and

Congressmen "Thl'

the pandC'-

pohtlr�.

I�

ral Amer i can farn!ly ...... ith two ten . ag(' daughte rs, a dlgmfll'd father and

a

P

ar kl a nd junior, Barh.1cl H " dlund, has 1)('1:0 a w ardr d thr k ad i n � rok,

be

mother

�appy.

rnOIlUM

w ho wants

J

('\'crybod v

But l ndt' rnt'a t � tht

;lOd

h b.u " tn,

to

e(�Ill '

IlIulnLnaun g

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PiKap Prepare To Host Prep

rnoniul11 which results wh en the p r,si . . .' state �n� gets tangl �d up , l he famd y I S desc nbcd as a typl '

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10, 1952

fourth annu3l

SlUdent Con·

2 5 ,"

ARTS SHOE SHOP

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Spon�or{'d

by

thc

I

I"an of them all

--Gencrai

E psilon Chapter of Pi Kappa Dr ita , na tional

honorary

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F rid ay

nilo:"ht,

()c.tobrr

l h,'

h)'

to

3.

cn·a lt· ni�ht ' s

Lr-d by till" ba nd foJlowrd i n a con. \'t'ftibie by tt;t' chl�f'Tkad!'fs, thl" par. of ade wound i u w ay up l 2 2 n d str('ct. th(' �amt' union I belong t o- thr u nion acron on C, and down Garfidd toof colk ge p r(' sid r:n ts, a nd fat he r of wards thr school and tilt' jud gin g

speech

f raternity,

.

OOr of the fine young Illc-n i n political stand. Many orga nizat i ons r on t(' st ed st'r\'icr today ." for top honors. Among. these 'w e re Th�

of

crowd

3,500,

CAM P U S CH EST

Lutheran Si:u.d ent'" Action World Student Action

floor frosh

�i rl� . \likin,!.!

It was th(' second day in a row that East\'old cause. g e had plug ('d the On Monday night, at th(' S('a lli e Civic Arena, in a sp('cch that was

j.!irls,

anne

Cluh.

Blu('

junior

KI')'.

Band, and horseman Paul Running .

JUdg(,5 for the ('\<('nt werr Rev. Roc,

broadc as l nation a lly by Mutual, the

t h. They �rnrr:d paid speci:&! tribu t (' to Donaid Bett)' Brown, and Don Kei E:u t\'old , GO P cand idate for attorn('y a warded the fi n t pri ...c, a box of the best for e s u B('ck('f o H to "Pcp", " ge nrral , as a young man whose parade {'lItry, which repre seu ted il ability and drive I gr('atly admi re." Viking ship bei ng attacked by a bJark aod gold t orpedo .

Fres hmen

larger

F ollowi ng the parad e, �

rally

To

1J5ual

staff of

introduccd.

"Playnight,"

rt'-

thi, year as it ende3\'ors to serve the

With a turnout of o\'[r twe.nty hope-

c.ompo&ite eX-

J:i£hty fu tu re trarhers attendc.d Ihe

first

I

meeting

October Mrs.

2.

It i • .upon this .green force t 3t the �

MOOTIng Mast will lean heaVIly thil

yea r in putting out the series of iuuel to eomprilC 30 in the publi ca ti on 's t : �7 �

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up too, that �� o .

o : u

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Representing

the News and

Fea·

tures staff this year the the following

of

Tsrapalis,

�eriene� i n the field of journalism Washington IS noth In g to remark about, a great opportun i ty will be waiting for them.

evc.

Future Teachers of America Hold Meet

£ul journaliits to draw from, the oot·

��

co-

W{"fC

volleyball

ning's a("tivitirs i n the gym.

nel,ds of thc college and the stu dent

look for the future looks rather ro sy.

including

and Qth.... r gamrs, concluded the

body.

group'.

gym

and the

Ma .t;;: n u son and Chuck Fo nland

ence, will represent the �'Iooring �1ast

the

bon fire �p

of the

captains of t he football team, Oliver

POrl('rs, somew hat lacking i n rxpe ri -

Although

in back

in yells, th�band p layed ,

Stn .,c,JI' JI'. Ii:S

than

w as held

whrrr the cheerleaders l ed the grou p

f'.T.A,

ThurJday,

chairman

Education

the

of

Association,

addressed the group, after which re.

freshme nu we re se rved .

Plans for the F,T.A. Homecoming

float were discussed. Claude Huntsker

J

and i m Norkc1berg were appointed co--chairmen of the committee, Thu rsday

afternoon

the

critic

t('ache" were guestl of honor at a

tea

giveQ by the student teacherl, High­

ligh t of the program was a panel dis­

writers: Roland Opsahl, George ctwing "Qualities I Like Best in a Rutherford, Bill Barber, Anne Stew· Teacher." Rose Larson, Hal Ruddick, Office" elected for the coming Nadine Andreson, Jerry Thompson, year art Nan Aaacson, president; Ron

art.

Clara Sjersaa, Donna Lou Erickson,

Dou glas,

vice president; Betty Rig­

Joan Engstrom, John Holum, Phyllis

gen, secretary; Ann Stray, treasurer;

Clen Werner.

retary.

Gr:t.hn, Dale Keller, Bob Brog, and

Sports write" scem to be pe culi arly

Dave

by

their

absence.

Nesvig and

Jim

soliciting

is

Everyone interested in teaching as a present ca reer is cordially invited to attend

Johnson

carrying most of the load.

Ad

At

d on e Puffert and Kay Stevens .

by

and Beverly Green, corresponding seC­

are F. T. A.

Joyce

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These writerl, both cubs and vet­

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coma, was that it was the home-law n

\Vashingtotl of

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"Sink thosl" Vikimu" was thl" th l"l11 l"

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a ee ord i n � t o Alan Hath-n, Stud· the n'asons he was glad to be in T3-

(' n l C ong ress chai rman .

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P rrsidcnt

saluted this week by the top Repub li .

�r('ss, madl' up of rrprrscllt:tti\'cs frOIll EiSl"nhower. " n lhu5i a�1l1 for thr fo l lo w i n ll 100 hiKh sch ools in we.st an o\'er T ht' p residential hope-ful, whistle- football .':an,{' lx·!"v.',·cn P , L ( : , :Ind tht. \V a sh i n l.:ton a nd O rc gon, will lx' hl·ld 5topping i n Tacoma Tuesday, prefaced Wn trrn WashiOl.!1011 \'ikin�s from on th e P.L.C . campus , Satu rday, Oc t . his ad drr$$ by declaring that one of Brllingham.

the all day st'ss io n will be- a st uden t f a hrm W I t h u ndt'rsta nd nd lllg a 'Y P ' d�monstration of it model Ceng�ss. . th(' 0111" whi f h I-kko l Iayrs pla yed t d th y, IS th e w� rm story of a .youthful l whrn . " Good HOtlsrkrrpi n �" opl"ne E.ach high schou) S['fld5 two senators _ and a t tr;tct n'[ woman wrlO fInds hrr. on B.ro:ulw:lY In 1949. Thl' malr kad . to th e event and repr�srntati\'e � in, on e ne ded by her m self no is Glrnn Johnson, Oakland junior. g T I la l!!;� p rop ortion to the size of the studcnt c Supporting: roks i n "Good Housc- body The plot allllOsl �ounds likr a pa�r . out !If I'LC : it ronCl'fllS thr family of kcrping" ha\'e bern taken by H u rd is At the present t�mc Janet KlipIX' n, Mid laclso:l and J{'an Christiansin as chai nnan of the Ad\'ance Arrallgl" Iht'- dauf,!htl'f o f th(' prt'sid ' n t, Tom mrnts Committee, has brrn t:l.k ing • Attenlion to Swindland, Eldon Da vi s, �lark Frn,d �taih car(' of many of the nece!Sary det:lils and Edith Engel. Miss Jean McGrcg· including the mailing of over tOO in . • Guaranteed rrie �); ' li s ; �rb��.I-r to r, :tssistrd Mo vitations in t ri pl i ca.te to the history, Better t l d i 'p('('ch, and English departments of The play has received good reviews the various high sc h ools. wlH'rrv{'f it has hlTn 5('rn, the (" ri tics Last year the Studerft Congress bl' i n >! p rti r 1b rl y ('ompl i lllr llt:1 ry had a rou nd 200 people including , , ahn!] t It S sl� l1lpliri t y, I U wholrsotllcnrss Garfield Strul c oa c hes, \'isilors, and approx imately . lt ami Its .I.:ood liF:ht rntcrtainn 'llt . Parkhmd 1 25 par ti c i ran u .

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Elcc[ion of [he class officers for (hI.' sc ho la i c yt'Jr of 1 9 5 2 5 ") was completed on Tuesday of the p.1S[ week, Fift�n men a n d nine w o m e n were cleCled to fi l l c l a s s posi tions . Stewart Gilbrea t h , g a d u at e of Stadium in Tacom a , won (he frl'sh m.ln presidency. His cJbincc includes Stew an Morton,

�'r}7., Th� lH:o ori n ll'

H a§_

=welco:'�c y�; Ci;G 52S;: '.;5' Theme E"

Of

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Chairmen for the 1 9 5 2 Homecoming (ommiUres have been Brrkdq', California, vice presid('nt; announced by Mary L y n n Myhlbus[ .lnd Vern New house. gen­ Eke tt'd 1)(t"Sidrnt of t he JUniur Belvedere Comes to Ka thryn Culhaugen, North Sacra- >: crjl co-chairmen of the event. The theme, "The Lutes Welcome mrnto, California. sl'cr('t,l ry \t iLJ :·t'd Class was Don Ke i th of Sea ttle . lh� You in ' 5 2 . " was also revealed. Tonight. \ ' a n Bprrn, Ritz\'iJ1I' , tfl'asurer : E I- othn office rs a re v i ce p Lf!ide nt . J . Campus Beginning on Nov. 7 with the " Queen's Night", the corona­ wood Ricke, Cashnlffl', Student Coun- P. Carlstrom, t\fl[ioch, Ca liforn ia � ·'Mr. Bt'lvcrlere Goes to Co llege," tion o f the queen followed by J musical program, the festivities cil n'pn'stlntali,'t· : and Jerry Slattulll, seen·tary, Kathy Hen rie� , Yakima; t he first grade .'\ mov ic to come to get u nde r way . Immediately foliowinS(l Sa l em , On'son, I ntn· Clun Council treasu rr r, Pc- rcy Asper, Woodburn; the P Lt: campus, w i ll be pn'senlrd the corona ti on is the tn\ditionai Bon - ' li\'l", afC' making preparat i ons for th e ICC r rp rese nta t i\,r, Marlo;o I Tapr ro, rrprrsent"tiw:. tonight a t 7.:30. The film i s being E,;'\'. 9.Vl)' wi th an added fea ture th is Arumni D inn er. Rehersals for the play year-fireworks. TheTt· is a coHa a re wr:ll under way, Chost'n to It'ad t hl" sophom orr! :"l I e Eatbn'\'illr-: and Student Couneil rep

r

s

:

7:30

spomored by FTA.-

t'

with th(' caSt be-

hour for the Alun15 in the SU B. I n i ng diffcted by M iss Jt'an MacGrt'�or cl'.uge pf th(' coronat ion and c n te r- and ' �fr. Thnxiore O. H. Ka rl . 'The iza tion president, the film is bcin � Senior G lass officers, announced tainm('nt is Joyce Grnz with . ;\115. drama departffi nt is in Boni ta M ul holland , K cnnewick , secchargt'. pr('5tnted as : - n expcrimtnt. If (' nou�h last Fnd'ly '".re: AI fi nk , Odt'55a, prn­ fI·tary: Philip Wigt'n, Spok am', R hoda Young and Mr. Karl Wt·tSS as I H om ('comi ng will Ix" clima xed wilh intrrrst is shown, more movit's of equal ur i s, Cashmcn', SlUc- 1 iden t ; N e al Am nd, Tri nid ad , vi�(' u lt y advisr:n. Tht' yell squad , w i th I th urn: Robl"Tt f ac Sunday at worship morning . , calibrr art" p rom i sed for PLCi t s in I'll! COUfl(-i1 n'prnentatiH: and 1-".l i Lh I prrsl de nt Molly, Spltznagd, SOUl" the future. Naomi Ror: as chairman, i� pla nn m g Trinity Lutheran Church. During the . Bue l tma nn , Tacoma, ICC represent- I Falls, South Dakota, srcn:tary ;' Edna r i g y P u r h caftt' rnoon an op<'n·houSC' w ill , be held i � S I n Runn l a . all P('P �Pricr for the a ffa ir, which wi ll be ' �cCaJJ. Portland, Orq{on, trea ;u n' : atin·. rangin� for thr: fi e w ork s a nd the . in all th(' buildings on campus � and a _ _ _ _ _ .. ,.- _ _ � ' Blil Ri ch, Cashmere, S tude nt Counc i l held in th(' upper SU B, is 35 cen ts. Frosh will fix thr: bonfi re. Th(" coif('c ' Coffre hour for stud('fl15 and -:,.. - -:: alums

I.nry

. M ..I u : i . .·

Schimk,',

t

r('senta tiq', Glenn Joh mo l1 , O..klaod,

president;

Entiat,

C

I H" as- !

Starting the:: year with a "ban s,"

the Iota Beta ejl"pter of Alpha Phi

( )mt·�;) has cho�('n t'ightc('n new m("m­ b4·rs. These

new lIlembl':rs

have be, n

5l'kctrd on the b asis of th(' i r wi li ng­ l nss 10 SITH' a nd thei r eoo p('ra tion,

:

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Alpha Phi Pledges ' 18 New Members

r

Cal ifornia .

i n k. ( )d('ssa, , in' p re� idl'n t :

ti

��;;,:�;: ;';,g:��

t

I��r�,��::��:::

i'·�;'Tn!y.ni", na m" app"" d on th,

first ballot of the Frrshman Class, <\11

r

eandidatt·s having been duly nomin­ ated by cia(smates. This was the lon�·

rsf bal lot in PLC hinory.

With the ('x c p tion of th(' Soph o­

morr Class, who selceted an all· Was:l­ in ,l{ton 5lau',

I'arh

According to Nan Aageson, organ -

r:

t'

r

hour is being planned by the AWS .

Si: r unk Wi l l Spea k ai: UW P remedic Co n

Pacific Luthrran's growing pre·pro­

class pickl'd out·of·

Saturday begins wilh thl' traditional

" owdr r Puff. Bowl" �aml'. H own'n, � thiS year the frt'shrnt'n w omen a rc

I

So if you ' ve S('('n fellows with worn out knuckles and sand i n th('ir hair

you'll know what they've bun up to. AftC'r plt'dge week ended, a fonnal

initiation was held. Those:: receiving

t

adl!' through downtown Tacoma w ill i follow tht game, cnding up at Lincoln

Audito<ium.

i must

Don

Evans,

Morteson, Jim

Stu Gilbreath,

Johnson,

C'

Jack

Jnry Slattutn, and J rald

Earh mt'mbcr rcct'ived

r

Jex

Trij1lett,

t

their

all-sch ool

\

of t ht: t'Hning at a campfire:: party

G s

I

C

P('titions be

for

tu rned

HomrcominR in

to

either

t

qu('('n

Mary

d

Lynn Myklebust, Vern Newhouse

or Pa ul Wangsmo on or before F ri ay Oetoocr 24. The candidate must be ; junior Qr !enior and the � it ion have the signat u re of 50 studenu.

.

C h o l sters To PICniC Sunday at American

:

American Lake will be the scene of Bowl gflJfle, Auiting Molly Spitznagel a picnic this Sunday after�oon for the . and Bob Johmon with the details of j .members of the ChOIr of tlie"Wcst. The::y will be using the cabin main­ the parade is Mr, Robert Johmon. All groups wishing to enter a Ooat, are to tained by Fort Lewis; and a picnic contact this committee. Half-time en- lunch will be served.

Talc nt

I't"",unm,nt

Based on a TV th("m�, the show will

Because of 50 many new freshmen at the game will be provided by Mr. Harle::y Christopherson membl':rs. this is to be an opportunity and the PLC band. Pe::ggy Hdlbrook to get acquainted with all members, and Carl Fynboe, alumni representa- new and old.

feature all of the favorite programs.

During tne program, the Spurs w ill

fa ness. pin , auction home-madc pastries to lucky

a lapel

and as a reward, spe::nt the n=mainde::r

i n Camp Ki lworth .

on

\

·

arrangements

new membenhip w�re John Reay, Walter Schwindt, Steve Brandt, Stan 24, the:: D elta Rho Gamma g i ls will Jacobson, Adrian Knutson, Bill Katele, lift the c u rtain in the S tude n t Union Ray Magnuson, John Jacobson, Roald building Fcness, Gordon Huesby, Lee Lemkt:, Show.

1

Hennina Meyer is in charge or the I for the Powder Puff I

A s the college dock, click forward to 7:30 next Friday ev�ning, Octolxr

D . R, from

cominl{ arr Jud Dou ll:h ty _ P. A . . Ve rn Newhous� and the senior women, During the haH·time of fr('shman l as --campu s drcoTations; the game, Alpha Phi Omega', "Hand- I a nd Roy Olson, o.cuity f advist"f, and some Ha rry" will bC' c rowned . A pa r- Phylli s rah n-pu blic i ty.

chal lenging the:: sophomor(', j u nior, ,l nd , syst�m:

Homecoming play, "Good Housekeeping," is to be presented in the

Ta lent Show Sl.ateQ . .;;\ By DRG, October 24

n so red by L.

Also i n cha r ge of d('ta ils ror H ome ­

fessional dt"partment will receive a tre­ Bowl where the Homt:coming game statrrs for a t least half of its officers. Thry haH �onr t h rou gh a period of mendous boost next weekend when against Eastern Washi n g o n College I A ccordi ng to Paul Wangsmo, !hLdent p1rd�i'hg where the y werr obsc.:rY�d by Dr. William Strunk, professor of biol­ of Education will begi n at 2 p.m. . . body pre:: s id("nt, ov("r 80 per ce:: n t of In the early e\'e::nlng the AlumnL their "big broth('rs." The pl("dRe:: w("ek o gy, g ives � key addrcu at the Pacific the students panieipalC"d in thi.� year'3 Smorgasbord dinner w il l bI': se::rvt·d i n was completed wh("n PLC's station electi ons. the SUB. La ter that evening the

wa�on took on a nrw coat of arms.

po

will oc �

2:30 to 4:30 in the SUB .

b idde rs.

Co-chairmen for the event are Bar-

Political Free-For-All, Fall Retreat on LSA Agenda

I ban Espedahl and Joy Cilmore::.

ry

Northwest preprofessio�1 conferenc.:!

in l11edi ci nt: and d e nt ist

..,.('nit)' of Washington.

at the Uni­

Dr. Strunk has been asked to I('ad

off a 90·minute panel at the Satu rda y afternoon session. His 25-minute talk will b(' "Early Selection and Guidance

A busy week i s planned for LSA­ Lutheran students on the campus are goc:n with a political symposium plan­ also invited to join the delegation.

ned for this Saturday night at 6 p.m. Tariff is $6 a head, with 1\'orm Vor­ in the SUB' and preparations being vick in charge:: of transportation. made for the regional LSA retrea t at Ca mp GromIy, OClolxr of

r s

"Campaign

thr

24-26.

Blowout"

Sunday

("vening

is

the

affair.

title

Dr.

o f PrrP rofessiona S tuden ts in S dc; ct ­ l in g l te rnate Ca reers."

Waltn Schnackenbng, p o l i t i e a I

SOn listed on th e all-day program from

introduce th e speakers ,

c('p tion of one from Whitman College

discuss

A

sc i(' nc

Studenu planning to attl!'nd arc ad­

vised to bring blankets, wann elothes

prof("ssor will act as moderatur

The PLC profcssor is the only per­ o f a pam'l discu io n and anal)�l(" and

a

non-Sta te institution, with the cx­

Pu rpOSl"

the

of

tht'

sympos iu m

Republican

and

is

to

Or mo­

who is slated for a 10-minute presen­ crat presid e n t ial candidatcs. Work in/( tation. Premedical and predental stu­ from the:: Republican pla tform will be

pe

de::nts and their advisc:n (rom 60 col­ Janet Klipp�r and D avid H('st<"l'ies and

;

leges and universities have:: been in­ on the opposi te side, John Osburn and

vited to \be confe n nce::. Advance pub­ John Holum. Afta the discussion, the: licity stated: . audience:: will be rm itted to ask "We would like to emphasize the:: questjons.s

fact that the main speakers. and m�m­

ben of the:: discussion panels will con­

sist of experts drawn from the facul­

Retreat at Camp Gonnly

Camp Gormly, on

near Yakima,

will

br

Chinook the

1 1

Pass

location

ties of mt:dical and de::ntal schools and ne::xt week of the:: fall ret reat bf the:: arU colIe::gcs

Northwe::st."

of the

Pacific Pacific Northwest regional Lutheran

Student Association. Central Washing­

Dr, Strunk commente::d that this ton Collcge will se:: rvc as hos t to the DR. WALTER SCHNACKENBERG' re::cognition of PLC's advance::ments as threc day session. The retreat will revolvc around the:: and a Bible. They should registe:: r. in a pre::profe::ssional training institution

should prove to be of great advantage the::me "Sunimoncd To Serve" with the

Old Main before Wed!lesday. PLC has ' �ee representatives on with Rev. Roland Swanson, rt''I;io na l LSA the regional LSA cabinet . Ronald the e::xecutive, as speaker, Men's Youn, tbe Tacoma At this Sunday night's meeting, Buchholz is the vice-president; Helena" Northwest. This semeste::r, the::re are 1 7 LOOKING AT THE CAMERA, but coveting go to the wlnne::r of CI b's Totem Pole Trophy between theTll-to pre::-me::dics and fi....e pre::-<ients on the PLC stud�nts will c1e::ct two de1egate::s Littau, lecretarn and Miss Anne B ' CoUe, e:: of Puge::� , PS tilt-is coach John Heinrich, lef of the _ th campus. to the busine::u ,e::uioru. AU othe::r K n�d50n, treasur . 3, of PLC. (See \lory on page Sound, and coach Marv Hanhman

�lpLC C

�.

t

in

improving

medical

PLC's

relations

and dental schools in

�?

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THE �100Rl�(; �IAST

'l ile I."'ooring

OCT.

l 7, 1952

Mast

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N e ws a l a Glanc e TH E WEB. I �fa� ��:m7::;oat I � � �� . I Ca':lght: I n

L___________I This week the "Web" will ta ke the

answer to the thousands of questions and problems that have poured in mail.

through the

unbiased,

unrehearsed.

Our answers

unprejudiced

tlH

arc

and

G t ! ;�n �nd ���I :n: of nll.:ht , Thursday at speaker guest \,35 I French Club has reorgamzed tlus meetIng of FTkt Grande, who IS yl":\f and the newlyclectcd officrrs principal of R9"scvclt School and arc: Eric Ellingson, president: I\nita also a member of the state E1· sccretary-trt"asurcr; Hdlbaum, committee' of the \'1/. E . A. spoke on wood Rit"k�, social chainnan, and Mr1. matters concerning icgidativ(': Little, advisor. teacher and the p,:i'blic school s),stt'm" T� first project will be a "HomeAt the business meeting prrn:din�

kgis\'lti\("'

role of the answl'� man. We do this in

strictly

i

coming noat. The committ��, com- Grande' s discussion Connie Jacobson of John McBrid�, chainnan ; was �I�cted ICC representativc. ,Mari� Indergaard, Jim Bricker, j�rry

Th� first l�ttcr s��ms to com� from pos�d

a ' t roubled Frosh'. It r�ads thusly: . - D�ar W�b:

";'i':lt h'O>)1. 1 · go w.;� ;�

�::=�

just

Martin and Shirl�y Rog�rs, is busy

too tan- mak.ing preparationt.

� any hope that he will !�;� ;C t Signcd, Forlorned.

_ _ _ _ _ _ � _

What i s t h � r.am� o f tbos� tablets

the ancient Gauls used to writ� on?

Dear Forlorned:

Though the test

was admittedly not preclusive of error, a number of interesting

Wom�n

Students

first

\

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day e\·cning, October 1 5 , j n the uppn

D('iH Joe:

After carrying on extensive research,

Dear W{'b:

Associated

meeting of the year was held Wednes­

Signed, Joe Intelect.

You can help him become short by

Last week �he student council had the opportunity of hear­ borrowing ten dollars. ing deans Eklund Jnd Wickstrom explain the results of their survey on extra -curricular activi ties at PLC.

AWS S��� $!idp.� . . From Europe Trip

SUB with

Betty

presiding.

Hanson, president,'

Betty conduct�d a short busincss digging into our ancient history books I would like to know if Ted- Grot­ and having panel discussions with meeting at which Janet Franklin T{' - ' such famous geologists like Bosco vealed plam for the Fall Tolo, Nov('Ill­ Signed, ,. Blatz and Horace Hickton, we con­ ber 22; and j('an Cogburn was ;'tp­

john ;s still a democrat ?

::Jbservations can be drawn from the survey. Among toese are tW0 very significant [(veIJ rions--there are NOT too m;my extra­ Never Satisfied John McBride cludcd they were called "Gaul Stones," pointed AWS float cnairman. rurricuilar activities. and participation in them, within reason, Dear John: Helena Littau and Hamina Mey!'r does not seem to bring down a grade point. Yes, very STILL. It is difficult to begin a crusade to interest more students in activities which Jrc not required for graduation, Indeed. it is hard Dear Web: I am inexperienced at dating girls enough for somc students [Q become worked up about their re­ quired obligations. The true spirit of a col lege. however. is reflect­ and would like you to infonn me what a gold digger i s ? ed in its out of class life. If a school is a thriving. spirited group, Signed, Perpl�x�d. that spirit is readily visible in its extra-curricular program. Dear Perplext:d:

The rest of thiS week's qu�stions will spoke and

presented slides on

b� answered at a iatl!':r date, providing summer trip to Europe.

thl·ir

"Memories"

you don't have on�.

and "Standing in the Need of Prayer"

tions."

and Karen Kvern.

Watch n�xt wl!':ek'� edition for our w�re sung�by the Girh' Trio, com­ exclusive interview on "Cin�ma Selec - posed of Jean Fri�ske, Mary Ember" Schultz is f�eling better.

Following th� meeting refreshments

wer� serv�d by the Senior girls.

Tom, Mix 'n, Cemt:nt

The "college try" -is most clearly seen in its student publications. d e is a girl who mint:� r-----; The college newspaper is the real thermometer of campus activities, h�: o�� b�f:��. and we covet the suppon of the entire srudent body. If you feel that you can and would like [0 work on the paper. come to a staff Ddr Web: meeting. The survey shows that you do not have too much of a Do you know all the worm to a I burden, so put to action your love for alma mammy, lend a hand. �ong that goes:

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ParklaDd

Pound out it was lead

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But I got you inst�ad.

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D�ar Wondering :

We certaioly do.

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���o�,��� ���/.95!! ��,!!,: �, ���:�.:��:��:::;: Tote Totem Pole Rome

h ighligh u of PLC's Homecoming cdc- ' pli e i t infonn a l ion on

bratiOfl� is what has traditionally ( onw

1.!:lIl1C

.

known

lx-. I

Powder Puff Bowl

as thr

'

TI1 rnOIIIS Me airr-ady bring h eld in pn'p:lr:llion for Ih(' No\'ember 8 tus.lr 1)(' hdd i n the shrine of 'feminine

I�

:Jlhk:in, 10� :Jted 1xt wt en the i�rary � . :Jnd Ih<' SCI ('nee budd mg. ThIS year, rOlf IIH' fint time in thc' nostalgic hislOr\'

('

sh

de ve lopi ng gam(' with Whitworth on thr top side of a \4-7 score. This \'iclory gave

a

.

the

h('r('

and

third with a

t�chdown plus con-

venion, and held th(' lead until later

cbsh of

comes

Polr trophy

year,

this

Tht' Parklanden haven ' t had pmin die third when the Gladiaton' half- !('Ulon f)f I nc trophy, tradItIOnal back",' Art Swanson, tall ied . Bo;h ule which is awarded each year to the

. -

usc

/ �

DAVE NESVIG

"

PLC ' s Gladia t ors will be wicTding rh('ir swords in full forc e win. agai nst the axes of the CPS Loggers w hen the inu,lCity rivals The only scorc in the first half of me-e t on t h e Linc ol n B ow l gridiron (O morrow night ,l [ 8 p. m. the game was a TD ca rr ied over by This c ontest . which annually draws <l c rowd of 6.000 or Jim Ball. Whitworth went ahead in more , wil l decid e w hich schoo l wilJ d isplay [he c oveted T ote m

Grl' dders Wl' n Two Games n ntr I-I 1- , amum rakIs l l l " ('r

I

By

them their fint E\·rrgrccn conference

tacoma

of"*this .lI: rand o ld enrou nl , the q wit Itx-' Nl� "\..aflopi'ifl( r.irrllrs" of thr upprr.class wOlllen and It's till' "Bruisin!l. B\1stlf'�" of t h fr('lSh. hoofs, opponrriu

Ihe

shape of these two great rivals.

, a beat

"t

, ....,.. .. �---- .... ·!.·-nu,.{ ..J.....·ih�"'� ..by

mner ('If �� eLC-CPs. ('<;'''fN'' .......

of Glen Huffman.

, fraras, sinC(' it's innagural Neither of PLC's atte�plS at con- wh('n PLC dd('at('d the LOSR:('fs'

intramural

\

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I4-7,

Enders

books ow that in thr('e ' tourh football. The , six teams wh ic h sio n were successful, and thcir ad If Ihc 1.ules conqucr th(" �orth mat('hcs, betwcen the D('ita ha\T risen out of the' competition arc ditional two points wcrc made in the it wil l abo put them in stron/ol: con­ Ph, K�pp:t dorm �irls and til ... Ddta Ivy Hall, Clo\'cr Crcck, Tacoma, fourth period when Bill Bordcn safe- trntion for tht' E\'ergreen Confrrcoce' Rho r.:ullma day �tudenu. virtory ha� Eastrrn Parkland, Wr�tcrn Parkland, ticd for the Gladiators. till" , R('rord

prr�\'i(Ju5

i

f·ornh e

·

,·:toh year been r:tptuT\'d by th(' for- and Ccntral Parkland. Coach Harshman had special praise T n a prrvious eneountrr this 5('aron, i n . Sinc,' the da)' lI: irl tram Rcsults of Monday's )o':al11e5 arc - for Frank Karwoski and A rt Swan- Ih, LOi,(�rrs r dgrd by PLC, 7-0, on a was unable- to stand up bcforc th(' tnIvy Hall 1 2 , Wrstern Parkland 1 2 ; son. Together they a rcounted for most o f urth down TO pass hy quarterback rihk onslaught of the DPK quadrupl e Tacoma 1 8 , Clonr Crcek 1 2 . of PLe's ground yardage, Art " iaforr. Statistically s�'akin�,

mn

platoon .�y�te1l1, a

1I10r('

SrorillK

(,quitablr cli\'i·

in

the

·

Hall Wc stcrn

Ivy

Score by Quartr:fS

sian ha5 bccn made this year. Parkland gamt· werc Glen Joh mon , Whitworth ......... . 0 0 7 0-- 7 M a n y will mistah th e terrific Er.. Sc\'('(tson, Jack Hoo\'er and Jim P. L: C. 6 0 6 2-1"� poundin� rt"cciv('d by thc �irls as a I Jaege . In th(' Tacoma·Clover Creek Whitworth scoring : Touchdowns, ron nuation of Frc�hman initiations. game Don Kessler, Lar� EggaT, Bradna: conversion, Rusk.

y

Th\s

is,

theorcticelly,

In Ih(' past,

I l ttlt:

more

pumshment

not

hoth teams rd'': cl\C equ al

so,

since

than bloody

l

I

T

Virgil

Weed,

l\"orm

her Eliason scored Wedncsday' s rcsuits

SchaIble,

O

A t ri of coaches, Bob Nielson, AI Fmk, and Ole Magnuson, have been

sdccted

to

end a.nd coo

rd

work

with

Ictterwomen

ina tor, Hermina Meyer,

in mou ld i ng the football form of the

\'etcran blood-thinty uppcrdan squad,

A S(,Cfet practic(', opc-n QJlly to the

prt'ss and public, is sehcdulcd for Sat-

urday morning.

Pacific

agamst beat Ivy Hall, 18-0 Those \¥ho core d for the hrst game wcre Don KreJCI, Wally Flax, Ron Hube, and Don Damcls Scoring in the second game Watts, Ke ler, and Nr:lIon, These have been very inte ti n g games, so why not show your interest by keepins.. track of the game. played , Intramural Touch Football Schedule Mon day, Oct. 2O--Clover Crt:ck, Hall ", Central Parkl&nd. Ivy Hall vs Eastern Parkland,

.

ss

res

Lutheran

downs, Ball, Swanson

Cen tral

fInd

noses, crackr-d sternums, pulled mus- Parkland Wlnftmg 24-12, des, and mCldr-nt:l1 cy(' gouging has' Eastern Parkland Tacoma bothered the fCffil mne W:lrnors

and

scoring:

I

Firs t downs

Whit.

10

Rushing yardage . .. 2 1 3 Paning yardage . . 6 1 Passes attcmpled . 16 Pasks complt:ted .

Passes intercepted ..

3

PLC

18

295 34 6

0

3 Punts . . Punting average .... 42 F�blel lo.t ' 1

Yards penalized .... 40

Hanhmen carned 01 '7-7

tic with the Viks, bu t thc Loggers were

beatcn, 1 3-6.

In other tilts,

Willamette,

20-20,

an

decision

and

Eastcrn, 34-0, while the eyclash

14-7,

CPS tied

clobbe red

to

7-6 and downed Wh,;tw'o,th.

p ep

g

1

PLC mentor Marv Harshman's big­

3

25

only rommon opponcnt of the

ington. The

15.8

\'

brcn ht'ld,

The

nou-town rivals was Wr-stcrn Wash-

' State,

is known of the Bustle outfit . fine p('rformancc: in three Wednesday, Oct. 22 - Western years of high school ball, Jean Cog­ burn has becn chosen to captain the Parkland vs Tacoma. Ivy Hall vs pride' and glory of the piche cla5!, Cl ovcr Crcek Hall. Thursday, Oct. 2 3-Eastr:rn Park­ Under the- master minding of Don Cht'stcrficld, Jack Johnson, and Chuck land vs Western Parkland. Central Forsiand, rhalk talks h a e already Parklan d vs Tacoma . Littlt'

For her

S i nce

g:lInc, both haw' playt'd three

II:round attack and PLC in all pha;;cs Touch- of iu g:amr,

safety, Borden

Statistics

('1.,(,,1.

thr two squads were about

that

cont('sts, :ind hav(' shown �r('at imprO\'('rnent, CPS most notably in it!

worry in

gell

r

arin

for

the

Totcm Pole tilt has been how to stop the

Logger

which John

baddield,

Hc i nr iek considers the best he has

V

ya

ever had, Last week against Eastern,

CPS gained some 300 rd s on the ground as the back! went wild. The starting

Art

quartet

conlists

of veteran

iafo re , quarterback, Dale Mt:shkt: and Spike Schrctte, CPS ncwcomers at the halfback slots and co-captain Wally Erwin, fullback, It was Erwin who r i n ed the Lutes with an 8S-yard kickoff n-bac last year and passed them dizzy.

u ru

k

c

The lo als will attcmpt to stop thc Logger offensive machinc with a de­ fensive team that has i cl ed only thrce tou chdowns in thc last tll rcc

y d

gamt's. Linebackcors Ron Billings, who

x

is wcll-known throughout thc confer­

cnce ' for

prowess,

his

e ccptional

dcfensivc

Dick Larson, Glcnn Werner,

Don Morriss, Gary Galc and Roger Larson will kecp a sharp t'ye for pass­

e>K('eping the PLC sccondary from

being heavily trespassed will be such

defensive s�cialists as Dick

Bill

Borden,

e

Arnic Faulk

Larson. Doing doubl duty PATItONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS offense as well as defense arc co- .-__________ _

captains Ole Magnuson

and

Chuck

The Latest and Finest in RECORDS and SHEET MUSIC

Forsland' guards Doug McGrath and Ray Barnes and ends Bob McAdams

ba

and J;m Ball_

d

In the ckfiel , Harshman hopes that the Lutes can produce that much nceded scorin g pu nCh that has been . abscnt thus far. Hand n g the quarterman. At the halfback i tion he can backing chorcs will be. Glenn Huff­ call upon Frank Karwoski, Art Swan­ son two speedy diminutie 5wivd­

h

pos

TED BROWN

'-:===========� MUSIC CO.

121 1-23 Broadway

_

hi ppe n , plus Dick Larson and Jack

Burrdl. AI Fink, who has been bothe r­

ed by wcak' ankles for the past two weeks, and Rogt'r the'

Madsen

r un from

fullback post. Don Chesterfield, ace fre',hman ball-carrier will raise !

PLC's hopi'S considerably if he is ablc

og

t

.

eth e r

!

o

and Doug McGrath, both starting CTION a ainst CPS tomorrow night will be (left) R y Barnes Gladi tor eleven. Barnes and McGrath hail from Puyallup aDd played high school baD there

�a����:fhe

to play tomorrow but on Wednesday

was still on the doubtful list.

dI

"Our line is as good as any in thc

Confercnce, Harshman assertcd, a n

NEAL E. THORSEN nllCKS

K

JO ES . MAGIC

Costu mes - Tuxedoes -

926% Broadway

Serpentine

.. MA 4661

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OCT.

THE � f ( ) ( ) R I :\(; �AST

\ 7 , 195�

Wuk of OctOOcr 1 8 - H

Installation Takes 3 Weeks

1 l

�1usi( students and prof('Ssor� h;nl' brrn hovn,. d anxiously around th,.

ch;IJ;)f"I . mu�i�·spr(,fh

(,

ar ro.��

�pr.'ad

Salu rdav- Football, CPS, a t Lrnfoln Bow l.

Slnfe thl' instrurn.'nt is madc part

by hand, th!' PLC orl;lan has been ovt:r

th,.

l

I

n:rn l 'rn1'ht

f l

,

:1

tTlO\'11l1: \ ;In shuttlrd ])('twr'Tn th,' {'()I' Jrgc, and the

lI

l

e{.

railway .l:iding e;ut.

had eomr all thr way a r r<)ss th,. con t'

.1 p . 1l1 _ � t h . floor lon gr : Pr.:lYI'r Scrvif.r, 6:·lS p.m., CMS

Tassr't5,

l;

balcony :

T ITI

fQ.T

thc

nrxt

thn'e

I

TuC'sday-Spurs,

wecks

I

1ht'

orr':. n has no Ins

than 3,260 pipe'S in all. Stucienu

and

fac u l t y

members,

p,'!' r r n >.: about i n thr stacks of cralr's

for cl�("� as to what thr variou� p�lTts wert for, I.:ot link s:rtidaction bccausl"

I

f1rxihll', rombinin� thc

S-: ?Q'I'

7 :30

qualitil'S of a

ML

the organ factory, Organs with

Martin

painstaking care by Schubcrt,

sang

Brahms,

sclrctiom

�fassanet,

Important Mooring Mast staff mttting in the Mast office in the SUB at 4 p,m. Monday. Any othel'S intcre�tcd in the paper arc invited to attend,

SUB:

and sophomofl's with 48 pc-r cent of the �lassrs donating. This drive, tak" n

initiated S , t

last

�Tar,

onc,·

:1

up

�::�� s�;':;�ti�� �I�;�ni�;.' �:��I��� Good . . ,·; ., hbo�. PI'r"'llta�I"

wi�,' .1 nd lIIom')" this Y":\I" S dri\'(· was not :15 su

wi;;" l

.' •. ('s.." ful

as that of last Y";", :\ total of O\Tr 8:l50 was (;lkc'n in last ),r;I", indud ill>: thc- mntributions of

Il1l' mbrTS.

SOIllI.'

40 faculty

I

Sixty-two per l'l'nt of the

II

stud('nt body gav!,' last year as a\!ainst

59 per Ct'nt this )'I.'ar. Faculty can· tributiom were not incJudcd ycar's drive,

in

:1

l :�����������

this

WEDDI:'\'GS

__

CORSAGES

FU�ERALS

STELLA' S FLOWER S Artistry in Flowers Parkland Center

GR 7863

Delicious Seafoods -

CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS & CHOPS C H I CKEN TURKEY - STEAKS I I T

Visit

Crawford'� Star Room & Terrace Room

C R A W F O R D 'S S E A G R I L L 505 8roadway

MMket 3330

Retreat

starts'

:\nothC'r

$'tory

of

doubtful value

wa� rClO(arding thr' bUj aCCIdent whirh . jolted PLC choir rTlI'mbc rs on

thl'

SI'attk-Tacom:1 highway Sunday c\,e'

nin�. R:1dio nrWSC:lsts and newspapers

at

DANIELS

til(' con·

Durdle's Ice Creamery 72 1 South 38th

LSA

Friday, October 2 4 ,

HA\lBURGERS --SH:\KES SODAS

th l'

I

STOP

I

HARDWARE * ON THE HIGHWAY CORNER PACIFIC AVE. & GARFIELD

Campus capers call for Coke There's bedlam in the

stanJs when the team is on a march to the goal. Keep things going! Refresh now and then with a frosty bottle of delicious Coca-Cola.

In

-;binrt C' i\

ll"mbrrs, n .

Each

new officer

:�: :� � l���i�('('� C' dic �: �� � : �� W������

I�

M

thr

I

rges filrd . •1 denrr misrrprrsentati on Ch

by the incumbf'nt.

J,..hlt>- :ll

h r

' P� w "'

an

il

5

t r

in acccpt­

s

e

\.1 is5 Wickstrom was gUt'st of honor with Mrs, Mi l es,

Mast t'ditor :lnd lop-notch debator,

ing Queen in by next ,

- - - _ . _-

�T:lr, ;'Ind

m;lkcs

lown

petition for Homecom-

In

: 11

APO,

6:30 p.m. :Curt:rin

Don:t forget, turn your

and

them to becoO!c known and app rcci. I thIS an'a. Mr. Martin, who has Leadi n,� thc classes in the perc en ta «l' a u·d t been thr'ir din:flor for onc y('ar, is of students giving with 69 pt'(' ('('nt much enthused with this .':'rowin'(" was tht' freshman class. St'eond wr'nt or.o::a nization. rhc Spurs wen' ushns third place was shared b y thc seniors

werc

Lou tnnrrarity, in\'olvrd in the hull-

Miss Wickstrom's office.

Tht' drive for Campus Chcst endrd Thr Kiwanis Chorus is an ensemble on Tuesday of this wcck with a total of 2 \ Tacoma business and professioJ1a o f fS�63 contributed by thr stud,'nt I men whose musical inte'r(.'5U haH let

to the junion with 56 per ccnt and

PLCiles

somewhat lurprisrd to find thr nanu',

Activity Committl"e, 3:00 p.rn ,

Grace Elain Fink was an ouutandin and acti\·C' sludt'nt in the music depart­ mcnt a t PLC beforc hcr graduation,

I

haUk.

Camp Gormly; Faculty Student

Adore Ther" Bach, by ".Lu l la by " by Brahms, "The Crca.. by Willy-Richter , and "Land Si�hting" by Griq:.

body.

Earlirr this wrrk, thC' campus found

torney.S'rnl'Tal

Friday-Variety Show, 7:30 p.m.,

Tonl!;Ue

Only 59% Gave To Campus Chest

!tscIf in thr crossfirt' of af bittrr at.

w:r� linkrd with Don Eash'old in resi-

Chapel:

The DRG hc1d in annll:rl installa-

tion of-officers at 6 p.m. with a pot­ luck dinnl'T prep.1fr'd hy Thl' freshman

1

I

loun'{e

SUB,

-

eOl-!rs on ':1thlrtie scholarships and aca. secreta ry : Barbara Esprctahl as IN'aS­ l-Ge fl"pr:s�'nta­ d('mic eligibility staDdards.. WeSlern ure'r : Ruth ' ' Washington Ccillrge �nd PU.!:Jet Sound tive: Bevl"rly Grl"rn. Lu clllr W hedn, Carol Paul and Lucilk Lcnh. as dan wrrr also ac,·u$l"d.

ahalloo. Innerarity , a formrr Moori n R;

6:30 p.m., SCB.

from

Charlrs �lartin ha3 .':'ainrd reeog. ition on concr rt t un, and as a lead· � � . 109 tenor solOIst !n the PLC Choir on tht' coast and in thc middle wrst.

I

Church:

Board SmorR;:Jsbord for Faculty,

Chorus, dirccted by Mr. Martin, presen ted th...sc numbcrs: "Halls of Ivy" by Russel·Knigh t, ' ":\101000' Let Every

MOORING MAST MEETING

Rho

Trinity

------

DRG Installs "New Officers At Djnner

t I., POst I ntdli,l{ encrr. In an :\ssol'.i:l e d Prru dispatch from Vancouvrr, girls. Kay En.lI;ehrnson was in char:;;te B, C .. PLC was listed as on� of thr('e of prrparing and sl'fvin:;;t thr dinner, Phyllis MaltZf'Q,p, the nrw pn:-!i­ {'ol k�r� a.-cus,'d by' a.n official a t the as , L ' ni\'("rsity of British Columbia of dt'nt, installed '!\'ornl:1 �1rGrath \'iol:ltin� the Evrrgret'n Confrrencc- i vice-prt'sidf'nt: Kay En:;;tf'brrl50n as

Kappa,

7 :: 3 0 p . m., Sta�e CMS: Alphil Psi, 8:30 p.m. Speech of· ficr: ASB, 0: 3 0 p.m., S U B :

craftsmen whose old-world skilh are Tosti. Sr1ection from Schumann's pasM'd on from generation to grncra· "Scencs from Childhood" were pJayrd tion, by Mrs. Fink. The Kiwanis Mallo

;=:===========;

p.m.,

C a ll ,

two Irading organ manufacturrn in last nis;:-ht i n thc PLC auditorium thc wcstcrn hcmisphuc, is a quaint which was greatly ..njoycd by an Fr(,neh-Canadian villa,l{c in which audirncC' of Tacoma and Parkland nrady the rntire population is em· c itizens. ploycd in

Thl' lall'st blast oc(mred just this mo rnin'(", brcaking in the Friday S,'at-

Campus Df'votions, � 2:30 p.m " Towrr

"Nr Tou rn r z Pas" mrant "This Sidt' L'p." Charlr� Martin, accompanied by SI. Hyacinth, ht'adqUilrten of tht (;race Elain Fink, and thr Tacoma Casannt company, limited. one of the Kiwanis Chorus presented a eoncat

arc made

2nd

not only on the poli t ic al

front hut also in sport.'

Mission Crusaders, 7:30

Thursday�Kappa

Martin and Kiwanis C11 0 rus Entertain

th,' oft.rrpe3trd

p.m .•

p.m., Tower Chapel .

litvr'("ica[ and :1 baroque organ. .

many of th,' labrls wrrr i n French. Howrvcr, thry lrarnrd quirkly that

:

WC'dn"saay-Blur Kry, 6:30 p.m.,

Thr ,'xpansi\·(' PLC sta!!;!' took on The onlv othl'f Casavant instru. the asprct! of a plumbers' warrhousr OlrnB in \Vash!n!(ton ar.. two in Sea· as th... draymrn cartrd in hu dr('ds of t l r that wrr, . installed somr 20 y('ars � nlystrrious cratl"s, ma ny with p!prs ago. PLC's lnstrum('nt will be vcry stid.ing (,ut,

6:30

f1oo'r lounge: Linne' SOf'icty, 7:30

In\! hund rr'ds of adjustm('nts.

l

officers,

I

k !{t' has be'en !n and out of the state' s

" . .p..ru� ,S-l oa. ].!', Cl.us Floa.! cQ.l'Q.­ m i ner , 5 p.m . , M·-09.

i nr nl from thl" factory in St. H yacinth, compl!'lins;:- th(' installation ,and mak·

'I

Sophqrnore

1 2 ::30 p.m., M · \ 09.

RlISS�l1 M:orrdl of Portland, Casavant

buildin�

h, a dlio<" � '

M · W 9 ; ORC. 1 2 : \ 0 p.m. ORr.;

.u:.prnnit.auH·S in thc :\OIJbwcs�, They Par�lanrl, whcrt' two frei,!:ht boxcars f n::prct t� �.. virtually camping in ihe

QUI"t)('c.

p.m.

�'(ondil}'�L" ttrr!11 r n's, 1 2 ::30 p.1l1

lIyacinth Shut down the facto ry fOf a prrlOd. . wf'(·k ;11; 0 :'\ow unrral1nl,; th(' m:1ny pipcs and . Wrdnrsday whrn Ihr flnt Irurkload ins t a ll m thrm in two grilled of p:r rt. hark " d u p to th,. rra r ,'ntr,mrr rhaml:lf"n on r·ithn side of the audi­ . �. For two full da\" , J tO tU of Ih.· b\lddtn st.lgr arc Cklc D':\ ulrr'y and

g r. .:!t n,.w c:asaV:1nt . {m" lly arTIvrd. . Th,. I)('o:an .

p.m.

From thc standpoin1 of publicity of told of the PLC bus earrt'ninlo! into on­ . two dull\'loUS \':1h1<', this w"I'k has be.'n a COll1ln!,! traffi . and smashlnlol; IOtO automohiks. '1feat one for PLC. :\11 w('ek, thc col.

..\"", riLm L.1kr Bcarh �o. I

lO

' P iPl" ' or'(";r n hM I SI.

-5

:1

p rt y , 2

Sund"y -ChOir

hui ld i n'(" al P;l.· a W'Jr in th.. prOCI'$S('S of manufarturt'. Ib,' w rd it had nt-I'n ('xpc;t,·d on thc .. a�lpus . . c a rllp us that hr ! thIS sum!!!! " r, bu t :1 sc r U� rpldcmlc a t

(' ific Ltfthrran rolk�,' a ft rr

Campus In Dither All Week

C a m p u s Calendar

Long Awaited Organ Here;

Il l

'iI

= """ = = = = = = = = = Order Pcnona1ized ChristIn;J.5 Cards Now!

I

C. Fred Christensen 91 3

,

STATIONER

Pacific Ave: 8R 4629 Tacoma, Wash.

'

and L 0 0 K

At

ALL STUDENT ACTIVITY PICTURES Pep RallyFreshman Initiation­ Freshman Court-­ Football Games­ Players-

McKEWEN STU DiO Take Advantage o.f Student Prices


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;'

Prep Congress To Convene Tomorrow

Th e

__ l1JAO OrIn _ -

iI.§

t

Kappa Delta Sponsors Fourth Annual Session I

Tomorrow w i � l b € a b i g d a y at PLC. w i t h Pi,.. Kappa Delta sponsoring its fourth annual Student Congress on the college , campus. This event br,logs lOgethcr student rcprese ntatlv:es of western Washington Jnd Orrgon high schools in forensic com pe­ , titian patterned after a session of the Congress. Keynoting

l

US

the Cong rc�5 will be :1 "State of thC fro':" civics or speec h danes, ' and , Uni o n" a dreu by Dr. E. C. Kno rr , rcguter a� cttht:: r Dtmocrats or Re­ of th� PLC sociology department. pub l can s. In the Congrcu. they intro-­ du bill,s of 'current consider and. ce fratul"(' of this foreruic time com­ is its close resemblance national intrrc5t, a ll thc

(;�("

I

1

[

t�tl\\l�.

!�:. the coveted individual congn'ssion�l Pf�or,"':<3.·:w.:. ·tacb high srho,ol is allowed two sen� to" t roph u : s and awards. contestant i! judged for his Each dcrC'present:ftives of number a d n � pending on thc �i7.e of the sc hool. The performance on both the home floor young \rgisiators arc generally picked and in the committees. The judges arc I instructed to c re fu ll y note the spea�. n's C'ontribulion to the Con�r(,s5, IllS knowludge of rules of ord e r,' and the ' I ' 8" lwral impression he makrs in de:_

I

i

I

L B I P res G uest

Speaker at Local Reformation Rally

I

a

h '�h' day', ag,"da will begin with a Tt'gistration

\ morning

Dr. Oscar C . Hanson, pre'sidcnt of the Lutheran Bible tnstilutr and fo er ly Ihe Youth Di,{"ctor for the Evangdical Lutheran Church, will �

nn

speaking at Central Lutheran church,

'

t

I �'�!�'�IO���" ro:

pniod

t ,:�::rt �; t

and

"

a

�:�� ;';:

bills. Then both the hOtUeS will meet

I in joint .session to hear Dr. Knorr's message on national problems. and to

learn which pa� has the balance of

I power in the committees. Following

located at S. 1 0th Street and

this

joint

session,

the

C Strc et House and Senate will meet separately from Oc tobe r 27 th rmt h 31 at 8 p.m. to receiv� imtructions on the day's

g

each evening.

The theme of th is Sixth Annual

Preaching

Mission

Christ on the SPELLING OUT the general theme of Homecoming

are

�his year's cCKhairmen, Vern Newbouse, left, and Mary

L)'UJl "Mike" Mykd�t. The tn,ctirional weekend is being scheduled for November 7 through 9, 1952. It will

be culminated'...,), the gridiron tilt betwttn the PLC G1adiato� and the Eastern Washington Coliege 01 Education's -Photo McKewcn Studio Savages.

Twelve Candidates Vie

For Ho "!,ecoming Queen Details for the annual Hdmecom-

Nan

Aageson,

Helen

Enger,

Jean

ing weekend, November 7-9, are now Tanner, Betty Rigger., Grace Feoge,

taking a definite

form,according to

Mary Lynn Myklebust, Darlene De·

A. of Thunday evening, candidates

i. responsible for the Pep Rally Bon­

Mary Lynn Myklehu.t, co-cha.irman Jardine, and Lynn Schwerin.

of the festiv ities.

On

Friday, the

Freshman

Clau

for queen had been registered. They fire. It i. the cla.. member's duty to are: Marilyn Djarf, Barbara Hed­ get enough wood 50 that the fire is lund, Inga A.5trup, Janet Klippen, at least 15 feet high and the tame in

e

::f�

S

e l

diameter,

d

� �4n_ 3�r

Oct

Gormly, Yakima. Freshman ClaM in L-1 14 at 5 p.m.

Grove

in

v.

For-

Portland. Play

night in the Gym from 7 :30 to

at 5 p.m. Reformation Festival at the Seattle Civic Auditorium

7:30 p.m. Rcformatio}l Festival

staff and the entire Gladiator

at the Jason Lee Aud. at 8 p.m.

turnout at

4

W.A.A_ p.m. I.C.C. meet-

12:30 a.b.

ing in M-I09 at 5 p.m. Prayer

Service at 6:45

p.m. in CMS halcony. Phi Kappa meeting at

9 p.m.

Tueaday-Spun meeting at 6:30

second .. floor lounge. German club meeting in CMSin

the

227 at 7 p.m. Viking club

ing at 7:30 p.m.

m�t-

Wednesday-Nothing scheduled.

Thunday-Nothin Friday-Alpha Halloween 7:30 'p.m.

scheduled.

Phi's

Party

All School

in

SUB

at

:...__________.-1

will be augmented by the further adzine..

COIl

aquad in attendance. The band will provide

;.

the music.

On

Saturday

evening,

following

the PLC-Eastem tilt, the alWDDJ will have a supper in the Trinity Church

the facilities for

playing baclc tape

!:

Dan,'sh Educator

W,'U Lecture Here M oncIay fvenlng ·

Bowl game will be given the honor October 27. 1 952, at 8 of doing the diahes after the supper. place will be announced.

p.m. The

Deadline !or entering your float

or Molly Spitzna

p.ay, 'October of

represen

ves

of

L-I�_ V7

.. ,�

opin.iona, the cabinet

fo rte.timony.

oCthe Cross."

On Sunday, Oetober 26. at 8 p.m. Legislation p3ued by the commit-· the Tacoma Council of Lutheran Men tee. comes up for debate in the houle and Lutheran Ministen' A.sociation se nion. after lunch. The House and

by

:-__________-" DEADLINE

Final warning, meeting Monday

at four o'clock in L-104 for Homecoming Float Chairmen.

See Bob Johnson or Molly Spitz-

For 25 yean Dr. Rosenj Kaer has b Johnson been connected with lOme of the best t- Wednes- known Danish Folk high schools as teacher and pnncipal He has been a all organua- diVISIon director of the Danllh Statera-

mark'i'

.hort-wave programmea.

Klippen aDd. tb�

mittea have worked to maIr.c thiI

gn:u·

Con

u

1Ucc:c.fuJ. .. thOle of

previous yean. The entire nut ., being produced PLC ItudCllb, CIopc:cially memben of Pi Kappa Delta.

by

The or of Prol od e Karl, a.driIer CllOr the group has auistcd the plaDDen: .

eoa,r..

'-;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;���;;;'

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

aJ

she found them in her church and

in the college. We students learned

�_

to know her at the college functiona. e fwi; she _ She sh • cd he. mt_ � ° ereat In us. Aod we � her many

r

yean of service in ·the Dormitory A T ry h'ch h 'd d ch in your religion courses. Now we � students reach out to you for we life teaches: share that mutual sorrow over the loss , "Blest be the tie that bind.J of your wife. Our hearu in Chriatia.n love." Your beloved wile Myrtle Wa! a And we your students use the same trbe. loving, loyal helpmate to you h)'mn to say to you,

The

unexpected

and

distressing

announcement in chapel on Wednes-

� � ':dl � ,:o:��:.m�er Pflueger:

dear

Dr.

"We share our mutual woea, Our mutual bu�ens bear,

ADd often for each other ilOW1

The I)'JDpathizing tear." We fed that "inwanl pain" upon

day or your wife's passing therefore her parting; we do, however, rejoice plunged all of us students within tbe over her bomecoming, and we bave a veil of sorrow. And we stood there triumphant hope in Christ to meet grieving with you. lor your 10M was again .

apportioned to us.

tions that are entering floats 'III'ill be diouhoni in charge of lectures for 15 Your devoted wife Myrtle was a . . held Mbnday ' October 27, at 4 p.m., years, and II now In charge 0f Den- Christian friend to people of all ages

o, n

or

"Dangerous Time. Ahead" ; October Treasur , and an Attorney-General, y 3 1 , "A Solemn Charge to the Soldien who may be called into the committees

Dr. Jens Rosenj Kac:r will give a and 10 she made you a " better proparlon. This supper is an annual event, and thi. year, tickets will not lecture on "Denmark and the S cand- feslOr of C bri.tianity to us. We sensed ibe sold, as a free-will offer-n;.g will be inavian Countries and Their Rela- your ittachme.t to your wife and . tak�n. Lose" of the Powder Puff tion to the U. S. A." on Monday, cbildren.

in the parade with eithe

information

::�!:�� ��� ; �� �:::' ic ::

fire ditions of N:cords, books and tnaga-

yells,

In order to help the committe!:s who

want

Othen may KnOW" Him": Octobc-r 30,. m«:.mbon., Secretaries of State, DdeM�.

Student Body Office, The library is located in the back Pacific Lutheran College groups and the groups will be pitted of the CMS on the second floor and Parkland, Washington. . . against each other i n a yelling - ' UD d� the SUperviSion 0f M r. KarI Dr. J. P. Pflueger, our esteemed and telL The alumni will lead these .rA. Wew _ beloved Professor: as well as this �year'. squad. It ii -n U .. of all ,tud.. ... I,-v-, You touch thaIIo planned to have the coaching

9:30.

meeting at

Battlefield;" on Oct.

28, "Guard your Cod-given Faith;"

October 29, "Endure Hardship that Congress has provided four

tending the rally will be divided into

Sunday"--Choir leaves for Seattle

Monday-DRG meeting at 1 2 : 1 0 in Day Room. Lettermen's club

the

go to their house committee meetings,

of where th·e first real competition begins.

Naomi Roe, chairman of the rally, recordings. Should .tudent demand nagel. with the yell squad. has invited the- require that the library be open more alumni yell leaders to take up thei than the 15 hours a week, the time . old jobs for lile occasion. Those at- 'will be extended.

meeting

7:30 p.m.

guax:d

begin by the Gym on lower campus.

Variety Show in upper SUB at

rest

ilio

"Soldiers

arc sponsoring a Reformation Rally at Senate next exchange their approved Jason Lee Auditorium, located at bills, and legislation accepted both Sometime next month the music Sixth Avenue and Sprague. The theme houses is finally considered by the "Performance Or Experience" ; the whole Congreu meeting as a commit­ is library will be open \ for lIudent use text will be Irom Roman. 1 : 1 6 - 1 7 . Mr. tee of the whole. The announcement about 15 hou" a week. R.t Byard Frittz will direct the m.tSS of winners and pre.tentation of award. This library has extensive facilities l i will bring to a dOle a very full Sat. for music research. It is ;.veil supt h L urday. plied with recordings dnd books on every service there will be paston For weeks DOW, cbairmcIl AlaD Hat.. music and related subjecu that have comfo private counselling. availabl� r len and JADtt been donated by frienda. The library

Immediatdy following the "Queen's The room haS six listening posts Night" program, the Pep Rally will with 3-speed, 4-size phonographs and

Friday-L.S.A. Retreat at Camp

Saturday-Football, PLC

and

wood agaiMt pranksters. '

PLe Music Library To Open Next Month

is

schedule. The congressmen then will

Paul Wangsmo,

Student Body President.


THE

�I()()RI:'\G

?l.L\ST

OCT.

24,

195�

'I he �Iooring 1'J 081 Published every Frid ay during the school year by students of Pacifi c Lu t he ra n C ol l e �e EntC'Ted as serond dass matter, Oc tobe r 2, 1 9 2 5 , at the Pe»t Office at Parkland, Washington

Bookkcf"pns At

�:,,:�;d

Office: Student Lnion

Telephone: GRanite 86 1 1 Subscription price-$ I .50 per )'t'ar EDITOR·I:\"-CHIEF.. . . . . .. ..... . PHYLLIS GRAHN ASSOCIATE EDITUR MARIE INDERGAARD NEWS EDITUR, ...... ELWOOD RIEKE AD MA;..;AGLR. . .. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . . . . . JOYCE PUFFERT C I R Clir.ATIO:"o1 MA:"o1AGER THELMA NYGAARD EXC HA:\,GE EDITOR ... ANNE sTEWART ASSOCIATE STAFF. . .ROLAND OPSAHL RUSEA:'\:\;\ H:\RTWIr;, J l lA:\ E N G STROM, JERRY SLATTUM, G I I\:'\'y GRAH:'oi. CLARA SKjERSAA, DO:'\:'\A ERlcKSO:-;, BILL BARBER fEATL'RB I OHNSON T B SON, GEORGE RU HE Printrd by La Prin,.!C"1'5, I l B,th P a i fic Ave. �4

��:{ �: Crosse

thne

yrar Joe

look

nine. When asked by bookkeepers

J�

C::

if

was the last 0111':, he ttplied, "only

l

sistC'r have gone

1?49._ � , �

and

first to

o\Tr to t h r libr.lrv :lnd study." "Study?" That's what yo,i do O\"("r th ere, e speciall y i n the evenings. A t that time the noise i� kept down to a dull roar in the reading room -so that the only really no is y p la c e is hark i n t hc soliticitud,' of the s tac ks . stu d y and this usc is fast SniOllslv. thouch, the library is the pla cr brromin� ao ;dlu sr. It·s brrominQ; a ccept e d that all datrs, fo r coffee or oth erwise, an' mad,· i n thr library, that all of th e talking possible is d one there and those wh o want to rut up arr doing it. Th is p robl rm , ;!nd it is a problrm, is �"Ctting ou t of the hand 9f the libr3rians who havc trird to kr,·p down the disturbanu5 in the' rea d i n g room as murh as possibJr. HownTr, th e l ibr;!ri3ns are not t h(' re to enforce rules, rather they arc there as a scr..irr to the student. 10

In Stud..nt Council. this problem was disc�d and, though no definite

Elizabeth

to PLC.

and Gerhard, who started in 1938, were the first to comt;.. They continued all 'the yt'aN they could. and then 1ing . ob rt -:.st¥,n�(L.. K9��: �n Robert were Armand and Theodore,

19·�1

"Ld'� go

there's likely to be trouble. The "Web" has' been poled, by the campus pole

�J

Theod ore

1943.

actually

years of

colkge.

graduate In

1946

Marcus

.

was awarded the .,\"raduation hOllor of

Magna 'Cum Laude. R o al ne started

1 9 50

entering

s i

and continu ed nurses

a

training.

year before Then

Joe

has registered this yea r as a fn'5h-

man. ( N o doubt ! ) The

Reitz family hails from the

town of American Falls, in the state

of Idaho. They

arc

one big happy

family. Their father is a pastor a nd

joe tdb me that a ll of his brothers excepT one is in the ministry, and

���� �� h!:�,.l: �:.aho e

i

misconduct and talking of friends in the library, the problem would be coniderably less. Th('; Student Union Building is the place for social life OIl .. it was suggested that the students wear of( their

of

t

don't

rnh

W v ,"

a

JohllSon-"I

u

unabk

sr ie ce

n ,

so

to w re

the'Y

.

Brothers, -

rdomled bandits, with their con­

stle

decide

to

wrest le

..... ith rarh other. As neither will agree c

that to throw a match, they eompromis by th rowi n g a cigarette lighter, cven t - though a Swedish match company off("rs to spomor the m.

h

t

Klcweno--"I'm

Han�er

notorious

The

ht an'

J�ck rd se to a nswer t at qU('stion on �he grou nds it m ig h tend to incriminate Q].e." Bo n"i e M ulholl and _ "E lcc i on what e lect i on ? " Gil

l1gl'!rs (}{"tr,.r.s�·cj.;;": -.;;�;;: ( Cliff and Coat) ,

voting

pro·

h ibi io nist. "' W al t Ball-" In the end . " Bernice 'Bruhjcll--"It will all come out in the wash ." Ed Daug�"Yea, was h ! " Don Dani elso n I don't care one way or the oth er, just as l ong as the

t

-"

In

the

n('arby

m ining

town

all die amateu r conte5U, but their one

d esi re is to get to B ro adw ay. Ennat·

rude sings soprano and Euphronia sings terrible. When a talent scout asks for a n au�ti on, Armatrude says,

his or }:ler way through, and bdng "go--getten" have found it DOt a

Determined to crouh the big time,

the girls board a Fleahound bus and

Campus Devotions

head for Broadway. En route, an agent

offen &hem a screen career, Belling

Meet Thursday Noons

Joe

i

onl y ban�

��: �:�� � r;� :��1 � �:�:e� !:

hi

that

(

window screellJ to farm houses. Er­

matrude

accepu

and

becomes

Besides proving that it can take

a farmer's .on. Euphronia gOCJ on a:Jone.

Mel1nwhile

the

Hang

Mission

m('eting, elected officen and discus­

t

the

highlighted

Scriptu re

reading and group hymn jerry Sheffels ; vice president, Ray

Crusaders' Sunday afternoon visit the aged men's home at Midland.

to

..inging were also included in the program.

This was the fint of the Misison

Euphronia,

after

many

up.

and

doWIlJ, finally realizes her ambition to make good on Broadway. She opens a barber shop ncar 42nd Street where

she learns there is many a, slip be­ tween the shaving cup and the lip. Her

customen , have

the

scan

Crusaders' deputation5 for the year. Each Sunday afternoon the group

grade on the great white way, get­ ting a job

Arctic.

aJ

a dog sled driver in the

A FIVE STAR FINAL ........ . Shultz is slipping! ! ! ! !

The officers elected are: president,

Magnuson; 5ecretary-treasurer, jean

Many

ture, prayer and music to one or more

of the neighboring institutions.

This coming Sunday tfie Crusaden

plan to visit the' aged women's home and the county jail.

Need your car washed ? Then, drive

over to Western. The Rheba 0.'5 will

representative,

interesting

activiti��

are

planned on the full schedule. Those

plans to present a program of scrip­ who wish

to

join

the

club

should

watch the bulletin board for further

announcement5.

Mr. Karl, head of the speech de­

partment, announced that the mem­ bers of the debate squad, 28 in all, are

engaged

in

intro-squad debates . aJ to permanent

Definite assignme�u

wash, dust, and vacuum your car while positions on the tournament squads you wait, or go to class-for only one dollar ($1.00).

have not been made as yet, but they

will be made soon.

· FORMAL OPENING

Saturday, October 25

L A U R I N A T 'S A P P A R E L Formerly Myrtle Mockel

Campus capen call lor Coke Win or Ibse. you'll get different

opinions when the gang gathers to

rehash the game. But on the question of refreshmen t. everyone agrees;you

can't beat ice-cold Coca-Cola. IOTTlED

UNOU AUTHOIIITY O�

THI

COCA-COLA

COCA.cOLA BOTTLING, IDe.

''Col,'' ', ,, -_.' '�-�..I -...�,". ..,..J

------

­ to

prove it. Ermatrude auo make� the

sed the future program.

Tanner; and I C C Vcrnell Hance.

' er

Brothen are stiU looking for a match.

McConnell and a medi ta ion by Hal a picture, Camera Club, at a recent

Ruddick

a

traveling sale5woman and elopes with

CAMERA CLUB

DEPUTATION

A serie s of violin 50105 by Ellen

of

C allye r B luff, the Coal Du st t\Vins win

"

aces.! energy on the ping pong balb and d o their talking over a cu p of coffee very big probl em. Campus Devotions met yesterday was born in Fairfield, W ashin the Coffee Shop, ratha dttn over a stack of boob on a table in the reading at 12:30 in the )'ower Chapel with ington, so he knows what the bcautiroom. Bob Haycraft � .�aker and Her!> Qu et -b neccuary for 5tudylng�just ask "the students who'study. For' Cui w�ather of Wathington i. like• .JIe Neve as 'oloin. Thil devotional group • 6're lived in Fairfield for ten ytars bef thi5 reason, th05e memben of the student body who go over to the library meeu each Thunday nOOI) for a he to where oming American Falls, purely on a preten5e of studying, arc asked to make this pret�nse an actuality c 'pecial impirational half hour. Atnow lives. and study, or not go to the library at all. tendance has b:cen good the past few Joe'.. major intere..t here at PLC this year, the freshmen women cannot go to the library i n the evenings. weeks but it is hoped that a 'steadily he in of which clude. not It was hoped that that would help ea� the situation. However, it hasn't t r is a member, but also Linne Society, worked. There arc still the pr actical joken, the talkers, and the just plain l C a . C b, and L.S.A. He like. disturbers. Consequently, the library i� a place where studying d OC! not �rman attend. PLC very much and bopes he can con· necessarily get done. tinue for four yean. The, ,tudent's cooperation in casing this situation is. asked, and it is You will find him residing at Ivy he, suggea.ted that each person appoint himself a committee of ODe to &.ce way back in 1904. No� isn't that a Hall (in case you'�e interested as a .member of this cOlIlJIlittee, observes library reguiatiom. family tree to be proud of? He has girls, that is) He is about six feet -Phyllis Grahn probably brakeD a record. We dare tall, blond, and 18 years old. anyone to challenge him, anyway. the ninth, or. should I say Congratulations, joe ! We hope you tenth ? ) telb me that his father even can try for number eleven, attended Pacific Luthera n Acadamy

lIlUS al a Glance

Death

'�The

choice ' is

"We a in 't no good at arithmetic. We plan n ing to upDClTIocrau stay in power." don't know audition from subtrac­ Mary Ensbc rg- O ne way or the tio n."

question we find that each has' worked

Joe,

cat, for .its preference as to the best picture made by a foreign ,Producer.

Our

a Nation," produced by a� inde­ days off, we have decided to do a pendent producer who i5 �o independ­ little election pred ic i ng on _ cam pu s ent he won't even give his name. The question is: "How do you think The "W e b"' has condenced the high.lhe. de..ctio.n ,will �oru(' m't.?"

Marrie . Hendrickson _ " 1 was the know-how did it come i n ?" \ with fourDa rJ,-n e B u k orst _ "The ri g

entered, and in 1 9 4 8 Ot to began Otto

in

and that thC' actual ekction is just 1 1

Probably the fint question which conclusion was r(,;3ched, it was feIt that the students themselves should adopt oth('r." a code of library conduct. and in doing such, should enfore it thenuelvcs. comes to mind is, " How did they manfinancially ?" In answer to this age U each student would take it upon hirn.self, or berself,-to disapprove of the so

Foreign produ�1'!, have captured the fancy of Amerir�n audiences. Un­ less the fancy is returned, unharmed,

u t of thr family of �Ie\'en all but Seeing how the Iitl cal issue is , !: Joe s younger br,?ther and an older so much In the hOl . hght nowadays,

Student's Problem

campus, not the library,

n

Question of the Week

Reitz has made it numbt-r

one more!"

� .� .;.:...... , -

Noise in Library

a lways

PLC

�:.�t��� t�,�.��m; ,Or �:;:: o t haw �cn eight R�itl: studcnU

from the same family go tu PLC. Th is

�g�

I Caug ht: I ;:=== 1! TH E W E B.

Joe Fol lows Eight: Qt:he r Reih's t:o Lut:ev iHe

C O M ' ANY

@

IV

1952. THE COcA.COLA

COM'ANY

. ..... . ....


Top Man �he Totem Pole

Ever9reen Conference Standin9s W L T Pf PA 49 27 Cen tra l . 1

28

Illpc-t

p3s�

....

h'

I

;uuk

Ih.ll h

al:."11

\1 r ;,)(' rt7an

luj"l id 1111'

w

...

\"("

1I: Lutl' line will be up to it.

(Capt.)

"raised the l. Q. rating of both schoob,"

.....

i

In

.

. -"W ho·s got the t h i s mOOrrn dOl\,

PADDLES?"'

of

hi gh·powered, t w o platoon

Alumni

Athle-tes In

PLC

Ins.

�n'

thcTlI !Jack

hrld

downs Tarh limt'.

wou)(f Ii:'�'e (H"l"'n for

CX('('pt

slwrtacular

At thl" br!o:innin.l{ of thc' s("(onc.l half

the LOf.:c:ns couldn't make- the nccrs· sar)'

... kiek was poor and wf nt out

yarda!o:f

nt

011

and

wcre

forced

play halfback Art Swan­

through thl: Logger

loose

2 yard l i nr . Quartnba("k Glen Huff· man

handed

off

to

Fink .who

met by a stone wall a t the his

own

guard

s p li t

touchdown.

Larson

Duane

tht' Whatcom County league, with Be-rt Wells and Berntson, former Lult' tl"amma\('s, kading the �oocksack VaUe-y and Mount ' Bahr Mountain·

scorc 7 10 O.

in Southwcstern Washington are- George Nowadnick at MOSJyrock, Hi, and Hal

vidually

a sneak

on

I n tlie

for

oot bal l team, while Schrupp was assistant coach following (our ycan

named

because

the

entire

offense playe-d inspire-d ball in hC'ad·

I

CPS's JOE STOkT NI ( 1 2 ) deflects a pau out of the hands of PLC's Jim ing for the Confuenee Title of cnd play for the Lutes . . . Forme-r Lute Little AlI·American Rick Danids Ball (72) in a fint quarter s.c:oring attempt during lut Saturday ni ght'. Lineups and Staristi� has force-d all his coaching aspirations and has acccpte-d a sixth grade post PLC 7 - 0 win aver CPS. -Photo McKewen Studio PLC

Wohlcuter is taking up the uleu trail

a.J

anillant football

"Rerittrar't"

___

. "Punky"

football

mentor at Auburn

prrmium over there ) .

PredictioDS Of Thi.Dgs

circles

man of football."

. Gerry Hdty is punuing his vocation of coaching at the

sandy sho�s ncar the cool blue- waten of the Hawaiian h1el (Hardwood il at a

the

D i("k

convcrsion

Outstanding playe" for tbe games, be ind io

Schrupp at Ce-ntralia Hi. Nowadnick was inspirational award winne-r on last

High school .

of

the uprights making the

besides the de fense, cannot

yra.r·s f

. Iktty

was

line

K rililmagl". TIIi' n Huffman wC'nt off

rl'TS rcsf)("cti\'ely . . . PrTfently I!'ngage-d in assisting with the football tcams

at the Naval Base school In the Clover Park District .

to

thc Log�1'T 38 yard line-.

line and ...:o t all the way down to the

The Ne�

hu�band Ed Brown i. teaching dementary school at Parldand .

Irn

nothin!{

o� ' thl:" part of

Viafnrl' and SOInf' his rffl"i\·l"u.

O n thf fi

Quite a batlle seems to be shaping up on the co ming basketball horizon

in

1 0 yard )inc but the

�uc("l'u

son broke

"Salzy"

m.1 n:l .IOZ.I·S 10 hang on to a few ncar 60 minute men, i. e. Ole Magnuson, Chuck Forsland, AI Fink :md Jim Ball.

Th ree times thr CPS LOggt"T5 wr rc

insidr thr

of bounds

PLC !till

football

first

th re r ,

2-0- 1 , and

of

fi f{htin.� Gladil'llors

punt. Th

Ikard frcqu('ntly no adays from the upstairs of thl" SUB, " Who's got the

.... IIlIH-r�

1947;

EvrrgrC'rl1 - Conference

the

record

than t("rrifie- passin!o:

\,slstant coarh Mark Sai7.man tells an unkind story about the PLC ath·

kl!' h o transkn·d to CPS C" l'hill1"d.

Tot('nl

wi n ni ng thr' rTeu-rity I'ollc-giate title.

mueh

Larry Chung and Clint Agl" . We think that barring

bi .

III

n:

there )n

up

right

catchfs by

probkm for Bucki

a

Art

dC' fe at last year on th!'" saml" fi,'ld is b;\('k to try

12

d PLC a :W ·

lin(', aho on thl' agcnda will be that of Slopping Frank

with

plac e

.

CPS n:u held sin

CP�r for,.) ';'i1 "j"" Rr

.....hen the fo� rolls in. Practically th" same te-am

P;lrific's "aried offense provides a perplexing dcffn si

1110' I'].C

beillg

The dden$(' w:u stalwart all thc way.

[ hi� S:llurday's tl"5t of the Gladi;l.Ior foren al Forrcst Gro"c will one fo r the Lutes. The- 8adg!'"rs arc a good tram and arc

I,,· :l 1001\,h

Pole wl lir h

two,

thl"

raptlJ.ring

Onr,

laurrh.

on fo.ur

.....

h " I ' h .It h""H' and (l1iJX'("ially

MAST ---- -

Gladiators B reak Hex; Defense Tops 7-0 Win

14 2 Of c<?u rse thc big noise still ringing in our ears on this P L C 1: 1 ' l .l llt .Friday IS \,lst Saturday ' s russel with the C PS a.thletic Whitworth 1 0 54 40 ! . ' h ..·� . h n a l l y ( h e L u t c s c a m e o f f t h e plateau and w o u l d n ' t be . :\ stron g ddt"nsive platoon was thr 1.1. :"" ...1 I to �efeat. The Loggers were swinging with J dull axe Wcste rn 2 1 1 84 34 .,;1,1 " f i r n:lylOf.: on a roll of inch·and·one-half tape caned "Jinx" to hep deciding factor in the victory of PLC 2 40 20 over College o f Puget Sound last 1 d , 1., :Id on. "We ha\"C'!l' t lost to them ( since 1 0 / 1 8/52 ) and we don't C P S . 0 1 t o SI:lrt now." camc Glad iators Saturday. The Eastern 1 4 63 \\'t' ha\"{' it strai�ht from the horse's oral oriface ( B i g Jack Jo�'nson) that through with a 7 to 0 victory in the \' .1111 [0 brat in tht: highl.,. cO 25 97 Totem Pole c1anic winning three i tive intr:l·mural I('aglle is the Tacoma U B C 111.111 Ii )'-d by Donn Kocsskr. "Sparky" Watts and Len Nrlson. Dark horse = =============-,----:-c��_:_--=---I' '1 .. <1 'Hpllrhly org:lniz('d and wdl coached 1113ehin.c from Crntral Parkland. rh,' Fre-�hmen women's football team Sl"ems to be highly arial minded . [h , \ i ' :l f . Th" line is strong, the reeci"l"rs an' .t;:ood bUI thr coaeh("s scem to be "'.l-k.lt l.h., IJ.o�t of the es. The �p'pcr d3S!'i ?lI\t.n.. ha� .taken to their . I." ,h and nail and have decided to let t h'em grow. This seems 10 be their main ('tl, I." ' ! ' ,;Ipons. 0

n

1-

THE MOORl :--;:C

OCT. 24. 1952

".I'MI��j:;�-·�- ,·n l"'-T ljon

I, .

as

"the

grand

old

La.rt year Pacific U. de-feated PLC

20-12, on the Badger's home- gridiron

for PLC's fint defeat to P . U . since-

.... LE. ..

I Ball

II ::�:

Magnuson

. . ... ..LT...

Murdock

McGrath . . . .. .. . .. .LC... art I . ...

�; �:

F

s1

d

:. . :::"::�G..:

" m�

..

· ··

CPS

Logan

Hartnet

.........

::��: a

RT . . . . . . Con i ··::RE ....· · ··· Retall.; ��

A Marv Harshman has talce-n over the Huffman . . . . ...... .. ..... Viafore head m entor at LuteviDe-. The year Me-shke , S";anson . . ......ut... before It Wat a different story with Espeland Iheir humiliating 26 to 14 ddeat at the hand! of Muskingum last Sat. Tomorrow morning Coacb Marv KarwOlki . ......RH..... e ladiators coming out on top, Central 20 Western 13 (You �n pay for the eggs but the AMAZON me). H�nhman and a tl(lvcling squad of Fink ......F... . . Erwin _ Cross town rivals 20 Whitworth 6. (John Heinrick's pitching machine will 30 playen will leave by bus for Substitutcs! A.J far PLC in concerned the CPS Luthe-ran: Falk, Dick Larson, Forest Grove, Oregon whe-re they probably be oiled this week ) . Billings, Bune-II, Werner, Griswold, Easte-m 27 U.B.C. 1 3-. (Our friends from across the- border have shown will take on what prov s to some fracas might have bee-n a costly one ' Gale, Borden, Roge-r Larson, Wartg· tremendous improveme-nt in their fint year of eonfert:nce play but the e-x· of the stiffest competition they have for Ray Barnes and Doug �cGrath, smo. Brag. pcrienced Savages should win out). Pacific U. 20--PLC 6. (We're going out faced all season in the form of the guards, both have leg injuries, Rogu

To Come

From now on PLC h i re. only long legged officials. Next time Art will

!,:o �twixt their leg1 .

�k for Wooster to come back fighting

ConP Tilt � erence • e

-Jack Johnson and Bob Nielson

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P3.c ific Lutheran collegians will leave

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stTuctil'tg the mClllixrs how 10 val tudcn t ASSOC13tion. Site of the ate and listen to spcak fS, the PLC (' r:ln chapter of T03stm3sters In ternational wl·Tk -e.nd activities is C a�p Gormly

C'

S

has b. u ne hed into an active progr;UT1 . on C h i nook P;U5, ne3r Yakima. Lcd by

prcsident,

and thr othcr

deput y

Cknn

Three

WernI""T ,

left

early

this

morning to attend a· meeting of tg,e

of his c.1bim·t :

m("mbers

PLCites

C:-O\T rnor, Bob Johnson: vice

orf;

and

ICC

arc

sderll'd, as wdl

as

:l

thl" businrss session a rc

La\Van na

R ich Stuhlmilkr. Kathy

ing a Bibll" d iscussion .

topic

the

PLC's ddegatcs

Irl"a5ur("r.

Biery ;tnd Hal Ruddic k will be kad­

l s l"n .

maSh'r, I'\'ahlaton, :'Ind to � t lla t

"Summoncd to Serve" is the theme

MrUlbt' r� h ip in thl' dub is limitl'd t o around which the retreat will re30 ant! the Ilwmhns arc votl'd ill. \"oke, w i t h Re\·. Rob.nd Swanson, of This ori.:ani7:ltion is intnna tionai Yakima, as spt·akc r. Central Wash­

In all F.nc,hsh �pe:lklllg eO\l n t Ti t S Th r PLC

ehapter

1 1 3+

Ch:l.pter

1

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IIllstrtSS

!S

off!ClaI1) IS

Thrre

1 (lHtl1l:lS1\

a

rs - Toa<t

, BI Key

BIll<" sc h, . dllkd

fo �

LF. KEY forulll,

,

oric;inally

Sa tu rday :'\v\TiIlbn

h.1S h("l" n eh.1nc;t·t\ to Saturday, Deecmi:wr 6, beiause of the ("on-

I,

flinion with the

l

1

I

Ct'ntral football

c;ame.

I-___________ At Gonzaga Uni\'Crslity,

S

and

contributing

s

to

would

sket ch

lx-en

going

on,

sponsored

by

the

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presen t

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person

I

think

a short all

you

characterized

by

a

low

right

J I :.�:��:: :��� � �:�: � :�:

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Broadway

like

scribe him other than to say that he

is

studcnt body officers.

926:.4

of a

should know. I shant attempt to dc-

the

*

ON THE HIGHWAY CORNER PACIFIC AVE. & GARFIELD

the

du bs

confron'tcd

have

thrm

s

r

i

d

b

he

f

ar i

to 3nd from thc library. The intn­

esting part

of

this

personage is his

activities and atti tudcs. His one goal in life is

to

learn,

hence the major

portion of his time is devoted to

Of

study.

course he docs participate in a few

campus

activities,

not

because

he

enjoys them, but purely out of a scrue

of civic duty. His at tendance at foot­

ball and basketball games is really a

which need mentioning for the fu tu re .

follows

as

sen;

:

sel)ior class,

junior

sophomore Phi

class,

stere otyped

ideas, that there

s i

Dot

Faith

class,

n

are

at 7:00 p.m.

Mad­

Buchma n n;

Bakken;

Alphi

Mr.

J. Henry

e-

H cls r, p res idt'm of

the com pa ny of the same nall'e, wiJi

language departr;nent and adviser of

next Tuesday, 0ctober 2 8 . His topi !"

the German Club. Following a brief sing and business Professor Carroll

mecting,

Rc-ed of

the Univcrsity of Washington's Ger­

Tappcro; man dcpartment will spt"ak on "Who

Rydgren; Am8>l"ican

arc the

.pe nnsylvania

Dutch?"

Pro­

� the guest ).t�turer of the IO:�5 �{oney

and

8anking

( S - 1 08 \

claM

is "A career in the w o rld of bus inn�

and

Problems

fina�ee:

to

s('rvice to render."

face

Henry Helser company

The J

and wa�

launchel in the depression year, 193�.

<1.1

It is an o:pnization which acts

fe��o r Rt'Cd is a well-known and bril­

Ij:mt linguist and has done research

on the

(

specific

Pennsylvania ' Dutch

q .. c�l:V"'. -"Dr: ·!Jink .s.nd, "He- 'is' Club, Vernell in te re sti n� as well as an entt"rtainin,!t

.\

Ch�mical Soci�ty, Don Keith; :\.W.S., Mary Olsen; Camera

Hance:

Campus

D.P.K.,

Club,

Ellingson; Gennan Club',

horst;

D.R.G.,

Eric

Darlenc

Ruth

�loc;

French

Cordon W i c kner ; Kappa Rho Kappa,

Urlie: Linne Soc iety, Winona K rocger; L.D.R., Pat 1-1oris.

L.S.:\.,

!-.Iission

Jo an ne

Crusaders,

Organ

Gu:!d,

Ddt:!,

Edith

("f ;

Schw arzwal t

Marlene

Wcndt;

A I Freed; Pi Engel;

K appa

Spun,

, ; \'iking, Jeanne

Mina

Frieske,

the l'niwrsit{

is

In a dd it ion to Ihis program, thae the

possib;lity

of

seeing

colon'd

slidn of Eu rope.

�Ielllbcrs, non-members, and faculty

arc

all wdeome

at the mreting, but

non .d ues-pa yin g gue�ts arc reques ted

t.o Tllake

tt'n cq "lls .

a.

sma Ii donation

of . ahou t

-----

Karl Weiss to Di rect

man: W. A. A., Annie Rom\'edt; and

Orchestra NowBein g

The officers of I.C C. arc prcsiden t,

Formed o n Cam pus

F.

T. A., Connie J acobson .

Llo yd Eastman; \·iee president, Roger

f..-1adsen; recording secretary, Darlene

Bronkhorst;

sec reta ry,

corresponding

Annie Romtndt; parlimentarian, Don Reese.

Is your club men.tioned? If not, that

mcans your club has, your

reprcsentative.

as yet, to name is

It

that all clubs be rep resen ted.

required

Da hi, Bergeso[1, L un d �

Chapel Spec. kers Three

guest

"'-

KAthy kettlr""." She also said that Prof. Bronk­ Rt'I'd was once a student of ht'rs at

DC\"OIions,

Hendrichs;

speakers highlighted

at

present,

Our

collegc,

as

we

all know,

MR. J.

HENRY HESLER

is 'adviser to investors, and which docs

well known for its friendly Christian

not buy or

sell securities.

Sales arc

atmosphere, it's celebrated "Choir of made through selected brokerage firms the West," i t's nationally known de- and

a

flat

fee

bate team, and lately for its rapidly Helser Company. rising football team, but, something

is lacking. Wc

can

see

then,

that

Pacific

Luthcran College is well represented

is

charged- by

the

This past summer the company's

20th anniversary was celebrated. In

the annual report i t was re ad that the

company

now

serves

approximately

in every dep�rtment-weU okay, then

3,000 clients, located in nearly every

an orchestra.

the Or ie t. I t was abo reported that

Wc can, and we are going to try. This

company's

what are we lacking? We're lacking state of the Union, in Europe and in Can't we do anything about this ?

new undertaking will be under

the

n

the

total.... volume of money

$34

million.

managcmrnt

was

in

the

about

acting

post

chaplin

at

the orchestra.

Anyone who can play any instru-

Patton. At the end of the war he was

discharged

with

the rank of major,

Lewis, spoke on the qualities ment, whether it be strings, wood- and was awarded the bronze star.

unlls, expounded by a learned pro­ desirable i n · youth,

u.sing the char-

wind, brau or percuuion is invited He was the commander of the lint ' to join this organization and give it Negro unit to receive the Presidential

fe$Sor or dredged from some weighty acteristic.s of David as an exan'lple. tome, literally sc.ares him. He has Dr. Orville Dahl, secretary of the their full support. ' Citation for meritou.s service, t:ultivated his lack of ability to ruson Board of Christian . Higher EducaIf we all get behind this and coM ain offices of this busineu are in until mentally he resembles a dicta­ tion, delivered the chapel address operate 'with the director, it wiD be Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco, phone . . . Jnformation pours in, then Wednesday, on the separation of the one more way in which we ca� bring California, with 15 major offices in information pours out, unchanged, church and the state, especially con- recognition to our campus. the three Coastal ltata. undigestcd, and unthought-about. He ceming the part that the church is our ideal, a model for us to foUow, should play in education. His text an intellect of the lirst

water.

Va was from Ephesians 4.

f riends, He is the PERFECT STUD­

ENT.

Hillside 201 2

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room for an original thougbt. An idea, Fort

8420 Pacific Ave.

Across

groups

Representatives of the

28, in C MS 227

A var ie d, educational, and highly

heartrendering sacrifice as he de ­ the chapel excrcises during the past direction of Mr. Karl Weiu, who has During World War II, Helser plon's the th ought of athletics mixing week. extended an invitation to all stud- served as captain of a quartennaster with education. Monday Chaplain Bergcson, an orenu interested in participating in scrvice company under Gencral Geo. His pointed little head is so full of daincd Southern Baptist minister and

FERN HILL LAUNDROMAT

\1802 PACIFIC AVE.

activitieS

Advising the ICC is Miss W i ckstrom.

Dr

the

Carl A.

Columbia

V.

Lund, prtsident of

Confcrence

Augustana Lutheran

IN PARKLAND

and

public meeting next Tuesday e\·e ning,

October

Thcse en tertain in g program is prom ised by Dr. Ottilie Little, head of the

CbSSC5.

and

mcmbcrs bring about problems which

Alpha Sigma Lambda, Pat Soder­

by George Rutherford

\"01-

lime, discussing and .:uranging plans

for

Prof. C. Reed, U. w. Hesler to Address To Address German hold ;" I;,,, Eco n, (I ass T ues day D<Ul<h« Vm;n w;J1

.

In,,,·Club Coun,,1

Don Rees ·

Sketch

"Blood for Korc-a" drive which has

< )

!' wl ' ,k".'d

reprc5cn tativcs han' m C' t for the third

Raat'n: Tassels, Be\' Green; Blue Key,

Character

pok ane, '

Washington, studl'nu have ix-C'n unteering

",iii be

l n e, ton College of Edu c; \ t!on a s ho t for th(" thr("e d ay affaIr flI1l11l1!l("

kno\\n

PIans, Pro bl em s

Psi 'Omega, Joh

!-euti:u·,. . - ,,:,�a·l .Mi5S" Anne

Huber :tnd

thrir proc:-rams. spcrific topics

At

iscu sses

Littau,

10

D

regional LS A cabinet. Th� three arc:

Knudson,

Tcd

rcpresent.1!in·,

G rotjoh n .

CC

h:eshman class, Jerry Slat tum ; Alpha

prcsidrnt, Bob Br�.'t: st'crct.1r�·, Dak Ronald Bucholz , \·ict· prcsident; Hdena

;!.,�>k, : · .;-r..:wu" · zt..,1.i:)�f� ;· -5;n.,,c.n t -a t·arms (pro-II' m ) , Johu Waldo

I

Mooring Mast

of

the

Church and a

member of the PLC Board of Trustee.,

gave thc chapel message Thursday. Profeuor of psychology, Dr.

Ronning, presented the ESCO

to

chapel this moming.

H.

G.

faeulty

in

case

students and

of UN·

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VOL.

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' Good Housekeepin g , " a comedy in three acts by William ( I ty, w i l l be presented to the students and public, S a turday i n g , November 8 at 8 p . m , in the eMS auditorium with a \t perform ance Thursday, November 1 3 . Dir c ted by Miss .Jean McGregor of the speech department

Mo o

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{tJo..fr. Th e o do re Karl and Dr. Ve rnon U t zi n ge r in technic.al p r oduction, th e pl ay is the story of a n or m a l American fami l y. Mother, arm ed with a b i g

�.1.orris Hendrickso n. assista nt director. with the assista nce of

I ude nt Day to I

I

atu re Queen

eve ryb ody

psychology

book,

sets

happy

and

to

out

makc

of her ac.tion. The p r ob I ems

pl a y was fi rs t produced on Broadway

which result becau s ("

nnou ncement

in 1 949 and starred H el e n Hayes in .ith the voting yeste rday between the role of Marian B urn e t t , the lead­ . hrec finalists for HOI11('coming ing character.

H�kn

Enger,

d

De

H�mccomin� Qaeen will be

ctd In Cbapd c

D�r1cne

"nel lnga Astrup, tht: det a i l we{'hnd are tak i n .!?; defi n ite on

Tan- i capaci:y

idleness. Glenn

, and mother with l i ttle to do

Tutsciay, N ov . pla;'s Charles ' wi!! be who, after a

h t;, .uui her cou ct,

Hed­

Marian B u rn ett, an attractive, capable wife Heading the cast i s B�trbara

lund who plays the part of

for

ned at thr. " Quc�n's Nigh! " pro- ! "xecutive and

B u rnett,

career

a

as

3nd

no

Johnson I

. patH'nt m a n

a

nl"\Vlipaper <\rmy,

" Frid. y, Novl'mber 7, 8 : 1 5, i i h a s become president of a state u n i ­ C\JS. It is hope d that t he organ vusity an d is an uncoI1Sl:ious be­ be rc.ady for the occasion. Pas t licver i n Male Supe riority.

oneiltg

IlrO�r:lr u , and the entertainment

queens will take pa rt in

0

hitch in the

i

I

Other characters include Christine

be furnished by ta lente d alu mni . roll nd 12 o'dock on Sat u rday th e · lc wm form and leave from in Main. T h e reviewing f of "1.1 J will b � directly in f ront of th e " 'Id for Lhnrac t c r sign. Lead ing

19, who is a j un ior in a unive rsity and is a little too worshipful of her father;

Bu rnett older

of

Edward

( Hurdis two

West

Michaelson ) ,

daughters,

( Tom

about

the

Swindlan d ) ,

a

-

but already making a llame for h im . para de wil l be the b a nd, L e land seU as a report e r on one of the local burg, d ru m I � aj � r a nd K at hy ailies; Kat Burnett { Jean Ch rist I � 'rw in . a n d N a d l lle And reso n, laDson ) , an m depcn d ent 1 7-year old; :IOILll • The route has been se t t o Mat Kahn (Eldon Davis ) , a nice do\ u ( .urfi Id, to Pacifi c ; up young man se ldom seen with out his <1\\a : " down iilth : bll('J,. up P camer:l ; J i m O'N r rk Freed) , to Ibt L inc oln Bow l. the boss who can pick the leading r I d� te 27 flo ats hav,� be n e nt e r - pa rt y's candidate for governor and is

SEE N u si n\{ his cver-with-hirn camera, E ldoll Davis is taki ng wh a t h e said was

very recent graduate of a univctBity

-I !

the e ntire tillle h e intended t o use i t as a publicity shot of "the next

ti ri ng a re c ent . reh e a rsa l of "Good �ou e�e eping" show� JohrL"cn ( seated � . aelson, Jean Chr tianse n, Tom SWlIlla n d, and Eldon DaVIS. Mich

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TIlore GI ,-" SpU I', l Q."l�tmast� rs, 'ing Club, .1IId. lh, "V.. b. W lll m n g. 14 w i l l c i r cJ · lhC" hel d d ur i n g th . r timr: or bdor� the gilillt' :\lu1 the � \ ill . 1.1) hI l n nou l1 C<' d then. In the evcnin!t, "Good HOU5Ckeep- \\iJl nt£d iJ t h e C I"IS I" �. l.,

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freshman class I'll \ofon cia,. t ht' Ire'hme- , \'otl'd to pay '25 c tnl� a �.. tn('ster dues to <"'(. \'(Of . all <xp : n�ei ""h i . h m',v arist' In lP dass year, includ in� Hom�corni ng. A t a me!?tin(T of C

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;

a

.: , make i t a poir,t to be at the one of the committees, contact the I,md h ome I fu I r o' clock n r x t cha irma n of that particular committee. rscL1.� The Homecoming float c omm i ttt:e Hnder th/� ch airmfl n, Anne tt'wart, i b tcd ek , wa n ;- ith BudnmlJ stuuent l ounei! to be Intr:f"-Clu b has decided on tht'" decorations f<lr ' 1 1 rr'ally !:,'1.'t things ci1 tre. I 1"1' 1'. Tho tudellt coun­ t h t float 1 nd tadl year . lcttcd til!:' 1C.;(': tTcas- rollin�. Othcr IDC OIlx.rs of this C011lmi t tec inclUde Bobby BIrkcuahl, Ginr.

I I

Ii

I

I

taken notice of the

( up pe r l e ft h a nd

An yone who has

page 2 ) i n t hese first live ' " N<I.ast"

t he

Il as prob.1 hI y

.

COIller on ISSUCS

w ond ered

of

what the c urre n t score was, Almos t a the was

.

staff of the p ap e r flOm what It shake-up

complete

for the f i rst

John

has

reorganIzed

i ssues .

Osburn, editor for th e f irst forced to resig n du('

a cC>llflict in extra-curricular acti,·ities . His partici pation in debate left htm too li ttle t ime to al.I) l.:a HY · . the heavy rc,po nsibility Q f r: d l lwg 'I . . . pil pCr. Th e pOSltlOIl was given t a

two issues . was to

Phy llis chid'

C;n h n wuo

Daw �e�\

l�

now

edi tor -in-

ltaE it.!S L>t d i n hI firM

II 1(' m ana.,tng " >0 tlOn� • not l�('; ll'e to t he Hall0w,.,. n r"fasquC I'- · our pu b l Ica as ' . adc I>::ut y hem g spon�or<,d t Ulll, ght by e d'· . , . . ' , . . 1 h e staff ;)5 ·t I S oifl C lall} Qrga Jll 7 ' C u. rtlli"l Cu l l and A lpha P " i Owe ),)a . Ho we\'er, if you l i ke fun a nd ch i l l s , eel n ow sta nd s: d i tor-in·chid .. Ph . l1i s J:;ct dr" sse d up i n y o u r ma sq uerade Grahn; assoc i ate �ditor, Marie I nd er.t rt · Ul '

fa l' m

L a j ly

, ','. ou

1 t' I :�Ol .

I '

.

SU B at 8 : 0 0 hraard; news editor, �Iwood Ri" k e ; ,ad I ma n a g er, J oyc e P u tt! rt ; C Ircu l ati on The p rog ra m w i ll s ta rt of wi th ' �l � n agcr, T he�ma .!\ yga a rd; txc ha ngc w ga m e s , followe d b y tw o e n te r tamme nt edI tor, Aline S t e a rt . The associate staff, made up of nu mbers presented b y Judd Doughty an d Bar bar.l He d l u nd . T h ere wi l l be spmts, new and featu re w r i ter, an d

cos tu me a nd go to t h e

lQni�ht. The admi s si on is 25c.

d

m

ns

.

ad solicitors is: Rolly OlJsahl , RoseaIlna H a rtill, Joan E ngStrom, J erry B arber,

Sla ttu m, G in ny Grah n, C l ara Skjer-

Jack saa,

Donna

Edckson,

Johnson, Bob

Bill

Ni dsen,

George

,

Betty Jean C on drav Bob Barbara H owa r d, .8�a Hanvcr, Grover A kr-e, S pe nce r Aust, Art sen, Gerry Thomp son, Jim J o hns n, C·ctchman, Ron Storaasli, and Tot'tJ. Dave Nesvig" John Osburn, lietty Swindland. RiggcTs, Cla"ice 1ittktUldlt, J ohn A n yone i nt':rc5tcd in wo rk ing on "T orn" Houshouldel, GI L' lln W , Hll: l , . h.� fr('�lunan float pleiut> con . ' ct Ann ' B ob Brog, Dale Keller, and Roald Stewart. ' I-rn<" .

ny Grahn, Nancy Helland, Patt

Mol-

Rutherford, Andresen,

J ohnson,

Do n

Keith,

shot for himsdr' while

and

( ldt

Nadine

r

I

to

t

Studio

Barbara.

!\«ums for your mother, �tcr.

or bes t girl to wear duri ng

Pacific

Lu theran College's Homecoming fcstivi tic'l can be ordered in Old Ma i n hall during noon r aItcr 3, through friday,

Monday,

ovembcr

Novrmher

purchas.:d for one dollnr

,

fro m the. Spurs. Mums, which

composed

7,

are

c:w

}ello\'< f chr)' :;a!IthcJ1lums with the 1J k le ll er.; PLC on thenJ, Ta e hint, T �. f I:J. - ' lo\"e1 be

f;OT>a TCS

I Il:Ca m p u s I

r igh t ) ,

-Photo McKewcn

s uppe r hours

Staff Changes

' mas t he ad

lhe WESTPORTER-HERALD, West- I

pr izes aw a rde f or t he three ou t st a ndl att um. Adonn a Bond ah l is th e gt' n - i og c ostu ts. C id er a nd doug h n uts with M r s. e. ral chai rman, re prese n ting the fresh wi ll be se n· ed . The cl i ax of tht eveThe Saga, ma n class for these committe es. If ' ni ng w i ll be a m ov;e, " S o n of F ran kthal day. you are interested in working on any r tein " has

Necessita te

the

with favor fo r

)

Activity Con flicts

Ida Jo

Th lOugirou t the United S tates

II , F ros h P I a n Ca m pus Decora tions C u rta ·J n

the Drama Dcparlml!ll1 , On S . un, Re.... Lu •Jtne��. a PL('• atum, W1'11 ' I _ Lh., �h the 'nnon a t Ule WUI ""'I' ! ire a t Trinity Lutheran. II the or CGIIl'S! Il le. [tt hm t l \\ I' n n l'1\ ' .t, • •• em campus ",U be Opt:1l to IT- III I o t her b endi\s from t hi s mone y, to o. " rtf Sunda) 311�rDOon and I O� on Q G�O o n ._, t rom "' a s rI l ett:d tLl r, p. re wi) lalso be: a corfee: h our lto r " )' . m t hc }i 111 d�o mt> r(" �e ass . In t I," r acult Y in the ts a lumn,' . Har y con t('st, whI ch wil l he ron uUr S l,, B �I that tUIiC. cd during t he day s of HUlIlc comi ng. T he frcshmnn cia:!s has com plete charg e o f d e c o ra t i ng the ca.wpus for . Homeconllng . Th e ca mpus has been d i vide d into five scc�io wi t h . t h n , . follow i llg students .III chalge of each 1 he Lu! h ran Dau"hte-rs of the Old Ma in, Carol E dlun d , M a rga rl't nrtn" tion will hold their thi rd S tnhlllli ll cr; l i!: ht i ng Elwood Ricke ; Klf th,' war Tilu rsday, Nov SUB, J\II ar i an Ta ege; sc en ery , Je rry .in :1: i d

ma k� -u p chairman , John R yd ­ pro�rtles chairman, M ari on

Engel;

gren;

arrogant man b eh'IIId IliS '

. mana "r-r ' Judd Dou,,·h t)·· I t. ,. 11 JullIor a ge mann :l .' Club. Ivy .. "' . . ' . .. , :Rho Kap a Oue . n's , a gcr, '\ 1 Freed ; I 1gh t" techrucmo. Ke n p I Anderson; costume chairman. E d i t h ' r Class �pa n l it a "' sC l1lO .' "

?lcn

Hed lun d, Hnrdis

[he are, accord i ng to Bob J ohnP rad", chni nnan : Alpha Phi mask of affability; Mrs. Benson ( Edi th P s i Ornt' ga, Alpha Engel ) , the ma i d of all work; a nd ga, Alph, Lrunlxl.a , AWS. t he Becker Drulll Maj orett e ( Ramona Watki ns ) . Those p�o plc who have done a l ot Club, C lover , " BI " fj n. I ' '', , G c·maa � I: n, II, Curta.in C.llI Club, a ! of wo r k on tlit play a:1d often don't 'Iad il Speci a l, D PK, DRG, Frenc h I I�ceiv" muc h credit, the cornmi l tc(: ' f I I OW5: bUSllle ss F tr' hma n c1as , FTA" 'I C I1 , u' nnen, are a s .,0 lhr a concclte . d.'

a "fam il y

governor and his family." This shot taken

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C alenda r

Octohll' 31 _ ''''''enlbi:r 6 Friday- '''pha r , ; .\ J l School II 1loween Party in 'pprr S U B " t

8 :00 p, m . 5;, turd:-" PLO

" Co'utral \ . h. Ellrnshurll lit 2 :00 p.m. Mo i� S pO no O I r d bv Studr.lIl 0 i ncH i I SU B i\t 7 : 30 p.m. <;uud;1 y--LSA i n SUn. M ut:idy-Yoti ng r t IL 11')' 1 ellin. J 2 · 1 0 in th( Day Roolll. L 11, 1 2 ;30. WAll,. turnuu t on I'\(' n Low, r C;Jrnpus a.t I :l O. T ''I<'I a t 5 :00 in 4th Flour Lonnge. P ra yer Scn'il'� a t G: l i i n eM '.B. Orf,rno G u ild a t 7'30 in C MS. ou.ru:il ill r l i ng Tucsday-L SA 6 :30. S urs 6:30 in 2nd 0001 p �t

I

Linne Sor.IUY in 5- 1 08 7 : 3 0 . ';onfinna(t" n Gms l Mr. oe's home a� 7: 1 5 . Wt:d:1c sday-: PO Poli!i�1 � lly fOl "Hamoml.: H.lh}" al J �:30

10 mgt'.

at

5teps. At 4:01) Lowl:r C llnpus, Am!'rican Chrmic;,l Sodct. ;, f at 7 : 00 i n S - I OS. Lady .Lu· 7 : 30 in the U B Toa�un:utc n 00

Old

Main

\VAA t u r n out

(HI

8 : 00 in CR.

Devotions . f LD R at � : O O in t it: M 'hI"ntl hom/": mrctlng at 6 1£1 in Lown AP B lounge. Stuucnl COUll .1 \ . t

Thursday-- ampu: 1 2 :30 in Tower

tnt"etitlg

at

t :30.

' h ,pd.


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Mooring

7. he

Published

Nightmare Reigns

M as'

ery F ri day during the s cbo ol year by students of Pacific

Luthcran College IT.atter, Oc t obe r 2, 1 5, at th e Post Office at Parkland, \Vashington Telephone: GRanite 86 1 1 t Cfiee : tudent Union S u bscrip ti on p1'iee-$ 1 .50 per year EDITOR- IN-C HIEF . . _ . . . . . . . ... . . . _ . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . PHYLLIS GRAHN ASSOCI fE EDITOR.. ............ ... ................. MARIE INDERGAARD UR . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELWOOD RIEKE E WS ED BUSI N 55 {ANAGER . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . WALT SCHWINDT 'A CER ........ ............... ..... ........................... JOYCE PU FFERT AD M CIRCU L TION MANAGER .......................... THELMA NYGAARD EXC HAN · E EDlTOR._ .......................................... ANNE STEWART SSOGIATE STAFF.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . _ ............... RULAND OPSAHL ROSEANNA HARTWIG, J OAN ENGSTROM, J ' RRY SLATT M, GINNY GRAHN , CLARA SKJERSAA, DO NA ER ICKSON, BILL BARBER EAT RE WRITERS ... ........................................... JACK JOHNSON BOB N IELSON, GEORGE RUTHERFORD Crosse Printer5, 1 1 8th Pacific Ave. 4 E n tered

as

A vi i to

second

c

h

( Francis) YOUNCE upon

a

time t e re

th,.

Good even i n g ladies and gentle· Then an old ( C a r o l) PAUL of his came to the pal a ce . ( Barbara ) HOWARD you ? he said. You look like you're in (Mary) PAY N E . You m e n , th is is sta ti o n W-E-B. Ahhh, ( P a t ty )

I

from our sponsor: "Ches ter's The witch�s son had been fish ing C h o i ce C h i cken C h ee s e" . The cheese ( S kagen ) am u n h a p py . A m e a n witch has ( Elizabe th ) STOLEN my DAR- a n d he h ad his ( D iane) BASSETI on with tha t fea the ry t:ls te . Now back LENE ( DeJar d ine ) and my ( Rose - the table. Then they started to to my news please . need

The

KING

PERKINS up. I

replied,

S H I RLE Y

I

ILENE

( D rivstuen )

an d cry.

agai ns t the wall

I

I

th e re is good news tonight but fint

a word

Fi rs t the wea ther rt:port. The s ie� tomorrow should be rou dy with fig-h t the KING and his PAL burst da ins. N ow bac k to my n ew s pleas�. there ne ve r was. W -E-B v i ews the news thusly : ( Younce ) , t hrou gh the door. The witch started FRANCIS his Then Jim Nokleberg was discharged ( Vi rginia ) WALTMAN can s i t by ( Donna ) BATIEN around with her and �ee his PAL suffer so ? I will help broom the KING, summ on n g all fro m the Navy because he talked in you search e ver ( E lv i) NUKK and his . ( Helen ) POWERS, ( Lulu ) B EN- h is s leep. The y sent h im home to NETT w ith his sword. Then the mu tte r , corner to fin d her.

anna) find

HARTILL

h e r.

ANITA

break

if

I

( H dlbaum )

d on't

ga l

quarrel

fish for dinner. III the midst of their

OV E RSTAKE

( Judith)

and

.J OY

Oh!

5;1

( G ilmore ) !

but the

after

( Lucille )

made

her

BROOMFIELD

that .

The

WHEELER

( Ba rbara )

p retty

( Marybeth )

�Jo und" and

HEDLU ND o n

he

I

1 6.

T he n he became

Al Ah rens claims he doesn't havp a n enemy in t he world. But an 1m

.friends

hate h i m .

L. T he y aha got their A tt ent ion all ma r ri e d men. F'OI lawnmower. H AN ON the! witch's sale cltea p, A w ifc- iz See . IaTV Ha rshman. son and eliminated h im. R eme mber the Golden R ule.-Dll nil, uy E t t l c ( BelU"l tn. ) LAl\'IB s3id t h e KING. Give mc a unto other. befon: tbey .lio u�to you. (L3\ onne) InJC, He An d ow the correc t tllm:. 1 h I llne D AH L . found that to BE: ( Hanson ) so nice j s n ow twe:, y . . . ri ' " un trn . . I , he askrd t o r <1 cou ple ( uth ) MOE. Oh , ht'ck, It s pretty nt'a!' time to get :teL. to ur news pkase. .ook) and d ARY Be m y n UEK�I E the

floor.

( Edna)

i d to his P

SACKETT,

(Constance)

I

( ER: ) ,

o

( Oison)

(

l

D i ck Lar s on reports he was a BIIY

S c ou t until he was POWELL of his fist was c nou fT h to a GIrl S cou t .

bad

(

�id.

or

i

( Dorothy )

the

KING. You are SHARON ( Morl(lt I1)

, ,ollege

trw!

handsome ( Rollie) K I NG

mean, o l d witch ( Betty) ANDERSON one Hal­

tudt n t b od y wearing jeans, pedal push,'!' and h a v i ng th ir m y trou bles. Say, have you got a h3 i r p in pmc:urb-and all this in he middle of the afternoon . sWClfd ? H<" w 'nt intu the study ( rtof the toc-ca full, a l mo s t caTckss dl(:';� r th.. gi rls on r u d e ) ANDREW ( S ) a sword off the 1 his cam II. was dis('1Is-c d in the Assoeiat"d \o\'omr n Stud ..., IS Cou ncil-madt" . if a nd \Lu('ile) L N'I Z it 1('1 h i s u p of ' UI: offic"l 0 \ WS and th, plt'sidcl1t of the wom, n's orga njzations. PAL. Th e n the.,. e a c h took un e of thr I II fa t1ly and dews haw' urrn aw:.rr. o f the dl'CS5 of th" s udl'nts, hut ( arhara) SCHELLS from lht w:III . qu s inn raised by men visiton to t c campu, that brought it They start d orf t the L-trgant) C H l RCU and ruked for tnt mini tt·r. t1 · cou lell Un the la_ ... nmpus , wonten a rc not allowe d te> WI!' r je' os ( arbarn ) ( T) F.LLIS r ped 1 pu. 1t out ot tht'lI d O lmitorirs- ... :«·p t jf t h e y arc going to �omc the'. witch, the y Y u m ust pa. S pl.l WhCH til, y muH be worn or if t hey ha\ . a long c oa t . This e ms throu�h ttn ( Lois) G TES, over (h e adm i n istrators of those s ch ools fed tha t t.he students ar ' ( M i ldred) BROOKS, and t h rough a rail!"! strkt, 'IIUII ' ndtllt5 and n prt·, ·otati,,(·o$ of th if s!"hool :llld should dress accord ingly. ( Beve rly ) G REf1l.l forl"s t. There you 1 he ,:un i.. trut" o f PLC. It is n ot a !'Uk nor wi l l i t be a rult' th.!t Utt' will f in d a ( Lillian) r MER with U e disgre- hair Shirley ) BU CHI, ' out all irb o't w..aT .. ushrrs" or jeans. Tht" y c a n , but t hry s h o u l l iull .,·!ten nd Wir t H they wear t hem T he r e wil! he nCl objcctio n to ca sual over his hend . k him if his hen will drt S! on ca.mpu. 0 lon g as it is appropriate . Th i is also of p i n c u r s . ( Shirley) IOLT ER feat h e rs and h e .'\.c or d i n ;; to the cou'l.ol , thefr. will bc no set rulcs·-yuu din' t wear will tell you 'hat to do next. you can't have yo have to wear flats and ho se 'KAY ( En�('b retson ) , they said, jtan.� a n d s o forth . The dress of the students is left entirely as they heac\l'd toward the East. In , our h.lir u p

maltcl

was a

loween, and he d i d n' t know how to find h('r.

h ad been t a k e n captive by a

PLC campu, w as just a bi t surp r i sed to sec the fairer

members of the

TH E WE

w h o w a s m a d l y i n love with a beautiful ( LaVonne ) D A H L . How ev er, sht

92

EDITORIAL

to til

C ught: In

In the Day R om

I'll ,

(

he btg ed. They were so

I

ha ppy that thcy joined in �in gj ng a CAROL ( Od'-gard , w hi le h e PAL

to

conti nu ed

(I

aomi)

ROE

:lnd

I

I

:

We hear t ha

Dorothy Broomfield

an d Jea n R an haY< a beautiful liul ap a rtment 0\" dook j ng the rent.

And

no w .

.

. a persunal word s tink ? Are you re-

down the (Mil red ) BROOKS. pe l Jant to your fo m' r frie nds ? We When lhc�' were �afdy home, they I recom m nd no d eodo ra nt. Just taler.­ my up to th em. the meantime the witch was ehcckin.g w('nl to the Coffe Shop, P H YLLIS a ba th-w !th soap. Now back o rcm�mbt"r, Y O tI as mt' mbers of the collegt' should dress as college the DAHL for ( BcI'tha ) FADNESS, ( MartcI up s:ti d the PAL. The n ew s plcase. We h ave it that Lloyu Ea s t man i s .tudr- ots-Oc I{ood n:pre sen tatiq:s of the school, especially during Home­ as she w an t ed to ( J ea n ) BAKER for waitress put three ( Phyllis) \ r 1ALTcamin wee k, nd dinner. ZAH:"J th ' c ou n t e r ancl they c e l e- th e k ind o f a !;uy that wo u l d marr y Marilyn Monroe for hef money. 110ween in �ran d s t Ie. Oh, I can't (Janet) B A I R (D ) this bra ted any longer, said the D A HL , her When Sall y ) , L • AD wit I the po liti Co'll scene rean d e ye s ( E leanor) ( S ) MARTI:"J wit h do ne , there is really only one thing to me mber th e politica l pa r t i es. The Re­ p ar ty , the Democratie part , . tears. Once I was thl' ( M artha ) do--get mo e rt"s t an d you won' t an d the Masq uerade party this J' r day BELL of the kingdom, b u t nuw have such nightmares! Ic.td a discussion on "T cle v is ion' s D . P. K. nig-ht. �ppa will have open Effec t elta PIli n Co mmunity and Educa-Now one final last w rd • , . please. con t est begi ns \Vedncsday, N ovembe r hau. ' Satt.rd. y and Sunday, No\"('tn­ tional Thea t re s . " h and conti nues t ill Friday eVe n i ng , \V ere th e re is smoke the re i s toast. Iwr B ;lnci 9 in . Id {<+in, annou nced November 7. Votin g tim will be from Ha, Ha. D P.K . pn'siden t, at . R A D IO DEPARTMENT I I :30 to 1 :05 and 5 :00 to 6:30 eve ry r Tune i n next week to the Bante unday evt'n ing, Oc" The first Campus Radio Workshop day. A big pre-election rally will s t ation, same time and same jokes. T h e a tre will be produced by A n i ta held on Wednesday noon, November Thi. is yo u r W-E-B common-tat�r t her bu si ness on t h e agend a i n- Hdlbaurn, a nd w i l l be broadca st in sig n i n g off. lV '1 r. an d M. rs. V-0 t ('1'.I d a yo u k' now 5, n Old Main s t eps. l udeu nomi na t i n Salim .-! itti as th C'i r ea r ly Novemb r. j 'ow that you realize the who, how, S('hultz is s t i l l k icking. who will be PLC's H a n dso m e Ha rr y ? cnndid I e f,.1· H.lIIusomt: ILu r� ' . Doug :Mc Grntn is producer of know who Hand- a nd when particular� of the contest, nTn don't Yeu 'Spud' hfasher. oan Gardner w as appointed Home- Christmas broadc a t of Radio W o rk­ some Harry is ? Well, i t ' s auout time why don' t you get out an d exercise beis X. P . D fuming flo t t± lIman s ho p which innualIy fCJtures thl" Choir you knew something about o u r famous your r ight to " ote ? dlJn;n� pi ru for the ann ual Bo:!. d- of the West. HAl fB U RGERS . handsome n. h t I W ' l\11 entnes must b C f'I I co' WIt I1 J �rry inc: t llll) Th n . "Iving banqu('t : s..-hcdule of radio broadcasts over SHAKES S DAS Handsome Harry i s a co n tcs t d U l . . h airma n, ill loca l stati on! w i ll he i� R l�n, "I ial Min . d within . ; '5hdfcls or DIck BO I nal , amI don t k t ' d t 111 [; b omccom m g wee ' 0 fm au wh 0 .1111 Durdle 's the OC.·l wet·k to tC'n days. YOUl is lilt:. hand�omest man o n the COlIUpUS. fOl'll'" t, all you 1ponsor s bac Al rca dy 0 '1." 1' 200 ,,"(()reLi lIa\, ' .... .... 1f. Ice Cre mery He will be pIcke d by th� students, who b,·tn C1 t on the newl, install, t! n'­ THEO. O. H. KARL iU QU ' tlleir votn for h i m at the 72 1 (lo t h 38th P rof. 111couore Karl will preside at ('ordi n\.; ,qUlpment . Full US" of the You C3n Lu penn}' pi!; n.­ r�di f c i l i l i. win be tn tIt: �·s soon 11 'cmi-.lllTlunl meet in ' , t th ' ali m:lny \'otcs a� yo u wish, howe er, , i,. tion this as plans are complet.td . ing! 'I1 • I t ' Dr-un: , J USt � the finandal p. I t ho ld$ out. 1'0\;:1I1C. Hr lh I h,. presi­ W['t k-cnrl in

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W s tern 14 - Ct n lral 0 Out p n! d i c t. i o l1- C(,Ilt r al 2() - Wew'rn 1 3 ; th r . price: of egg s in Southern t£ t .sal-yt' n p< :1 ,·Jl.<:h a n d tht' Ama70n us, sti l l ) . C, ,So 1 ') .- Whi tworth 7 Our ·(JrCt\i(· tl· CJTI C P S 20 - Whitwort h 7 .,' "nU l'f sai d". ) - 1-J , B . C . 'J ·E' as t rrn ')9 i .: close only tern 27 - U ,B. C' . I �

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Figh t i n g a n d try i n g right down to the last mi nuet!, the PLC G ladia t ors fe l l b efore the h a n ds of be Pacific University BadgeEs Homecom m,g in a n o n - conference ga me las t Saturday at Forrest G rove, 3 3 - 2 :J . e

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'�HO a h g h t bl't " " t'n new- I Bu stles fO r next week , I the h.c1d a t th e ��n c . c om e r PhyllIs G r a h n and I afill u. Roc, tranHlOnal enCollnter WIth t h e upper tlm�. P h yl!t s ' a ' I rdk qU:lrterhaek ' a k l ll-IWOInan back after a ye a r s ab- cla5s girl's grid corubinc. aIld Ginn ru n s from Ule Bu�L1r bad.scncc from the p i gskin battl�s, )'(Ihn Accordi ng to coach Jack Johnson, i field. St"t'Tns to cal! a v("ry wise gume ,- a n d who ' a l o ng with Chuck Forsland and G n'ls turni" . ... .0 o u t fur the frC'ShIlUln " " R i fle ROI'" i s well known in campus D o n C ht'ste rIi, ld has the job of form- ' tea m " n' (IS Ilc r'�, F . 1I,I vrn'j . . . . �. . . ' . (c r cks for her b n llH mt a cnal f l rc- I ng the freshman standard bearers mto Doll I\farro n Donna D unn. Barha.r.a without (l' u�s(t)n that a w orks . It [TOt's oo t h function in <F The Br('\v �.. R oh�r�, BI' rk" d'hl ' udr�y . • • • ,., l'nachinr· " , .. ., . • • ' ' . � "' . ' . . both ,-gIrls WIll s e c p l en t y of a 'tlO n, Bus tles ulan to con c(' n tl H : c on oifensl , �· lI I r. Manl>'f1 Tno lc J Murn a Shel• � The. line ' at present ,� is v rv i n- "w... phn to m a tch Ill...n to u ch d own \'t'J"' Dorothy H.tnsonJ EI.·..1110r Ma r t-n .... , ... comple tt". Plenty of •goo material for touchdown, and . then "ld d a Junnn EO'm:m, J·oan Back trO ll' R u t h

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g pndom i !1- ft>1' p(";tion� on the Girdle squad arc .lptain Joanne' 'chwa rzcombine, Bthind as follows :

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wil l kCI p th.c gi r ls fig-htint:, The o:l ckfidd i s huilt a round outa tdy !t"ltcn m;).n i n g t rip l - t hreat fu l lba ck, C aro l Scl..rtive Scrvic(' oIIic in.L remind �taDd , Meyu Ymin� .Hc . IIcssrn v '�n Hens \:o.lt(' r, EUrn s tu r u y rock �... all of th � . h o br . Her all stude'nt, that tb. d l":!d l ' ne fo r rubwdl be the prnncml{, hard-drlvlI1g Four Kathy Chas(', Phyl h s Grahn, Jran H i n t7l', t e C ' -omi" Bjt'rkcsc:t , Darl ene B ro n kh o rs t Kathy c03ch "1l s a y Caro l c a n ru n and pass mi aint( appltcauons for l h Dec l'mbtr Fe·lines. , l l an d is t h e to p pu n ter 4: selecti,,!, sct'V1ce eollct:c qua l ifica­ Bi ry, N a omi Roc, Bernice O l so n , f'qually we around Thc b.tckfield will center f h o d, squa e t Mary , lion tl"st is mid night, 'o\'emh ' r 1 , the li m·-cru shing powe,t' of r i gh t h alf . J ean\! HanStD, F, ith Butll'uann . Hi t u th:1 t applic..."tilln� n zt" s p ower aT ' ( Sa t w'd tt y ) , am! L ae ti ti a p , 'o rrna as e hor e , knnw n i n foo t bal l ci l c.lt:lI Olson, Ka thy ari>ala t wo fast ·r- than -gr" ose d -l i �h t ning "'<I t post -m e 'kcd ,l Iter th., t t im" cu nnol "The Crusher" ; and t he fa ncy flor�t)rd, H arritt Vorvi c k , as !' t t y J 3 n .ond )' and Ginny ) e conside red Local draJt hoa rd' broke-n fj,ld runnin g of th rtt-y a i' Th orllC'lJ , H e l e n ElIg T, P qnW Loga n , backs, n .ra hn. H 'undra.v , by br Ul.e fa�test ha�e a n adequa te supply o l tes t p_ \cft h,nlf vet e ra n , und tcam captai n , Lorrame G ll rir:.rson, Joy GlirtlCl lt', Joannl' Sch \,'ill7.Wal tcr, the Yaki ma Karl'n KVl' rn, Mary Anne Sunset, gr.rl Il the team, IS ablt to brc:,k I n ! ' p l icalioll IJlank$ on ha nd fo r draftt11r dra r no oPpoSinlS back will catc cltgiblc �tlJ dent5. Srudt!llt:s. arc to mail ace. opply bMJiset. The leadlug can d idat e and ' rol Br h t'I. of isplay d e a l t hei r ( omplNc applicattons to E ducaJ : int. n A h ug a t present to run from the fuIl back t twee n tional Tnting Servi ce, P r i nceton, Ntw battle in teresting A la:z:zle-daul ball handling w1 1 highslot is Jean Bj rrkeset . d e Tl op if the two Jusey . Starlin � quartfi'back seems to e light L i te oCCcns ; bC'ing built by th e si,ter$ may

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Band Travels Clubs to Write To Central nstitutions

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l �nymore minutes at must : befo re they �an .' the formations p la n- mee tm !5, form tht"lr constltutJOn, by­ ned for Ilo�lc�omillg next week. Sat- l inws, and in them s ta te the pu rposr urday's game is Central's H omccom- of the club.

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C ouncil, It was deC:ld�d that

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Jean

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ergreen,

Fcncss,

Steve

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Frazer, Reid F re n ch,

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lembeIS and III rill r of Student c.ouncil in attend3l'1Cc . The comtitutiou9 are then t o be presented to the council for approval. After this, general meet ings of the Youn T Re-

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Laurella publican and Y oun g Dem ocrati c N a omi Ga ffney, I clubs can be re gul ari ly scheduled.

Hartil ,

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John H oushou ld 1-larlene Hovlan d, Barbara HowHall,

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Bjerkeset,

Fink,

Harol d Hi I lcsland,

C lifford

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B ra nd t Faith Davis, Donna Lou Sherman Byrne, M ar y EstGerald Farness, Roal d Biery,

c.oun c.il, meetillgll

be held with the club officers and not

N a dine

Percy Asper, A ll a n

Kathy

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S ta n Jacobson, DO; is J ohns n . . MarCIa K not t, Adna n Knutzen, D I c k

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have wr o n � l y tel!, to rId. I he . pohtl eal OT'!.,.mzatlonl, Bill Le(�d, Mari on Le o n a rd, Dick I t is good for i1 s choQ \ t() ba\ c both for �lykinK' Floyd Ohman, Bernice 01- political parties rcpit:sented �on , ROl!n Peten;on, B o b Randol', : through these groups, rill' culle- 'C j s tu dtnt,; Ie-ci'C\' , to some , r t ' n t, thlir John Reay, Joe Rt-itt, Leland Roseburg, No r- p ol i t ical cd uc.'1t ion . ------i m a n Schnaible, Cathy Schwerin. T"d Knutzen, 11 a r i l yn

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Illt' mber pand which w1II A rt"iate hi�h lights of the re cent LSA rctl'("at and a :30 minutr �("r hn. icolor m ovie "The Tcmp!t:d H i lls" will br the f(,atured attractions at L SA, Sunda y night a t 6 p.m. in the SU B . From 5:3 0 to 6:00 a supptr \viU be served in the SUB, Kathy 'Biery, food committee h t'ad has announce d . A numi n al fee will be cha r�d for the

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' "STANL.EY AND LIVINGSTONE" " S tanky a n d Livin gstone" will be

O(l-tltS shown \ Observat�ons · ,

Herb Lay,

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l'ICTlIR Iill on tht. balcony o f Ihe Cl IS are the 12 candidates for the �omccomi�g c r �wn : 'he g i r l s arc ,1 Tri bt", :1nd , f, , P u y al lu p ; Inga ,�strup, Grenora, N o r th J? akota, /mallSt, , Darle1.le De ( fron! TOW, Idt 10 TIlth. ) , Mar.iI}'tl r .

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p.m. i n the Student Union Bu ild i n g . council. A f te r a short busincss meeting, Mrs. " It should �F('m obvious to a n y fool This is the famous story of St anley, Stella Jacobs, of "Stella's Fl owe r that th � ('s e n t i a l pu � posc of a sundial re porter for the p o w e rful N�W �O�K Shop," will g ive a demonstration o � , � to te ll tnw:. That s what we learn HERALD, who succt'eds m fmd mg flower . arran. g rng. P l a ns for the year s feed. Fil t II �c huo l S afng Par t y wiI! . wh a t Mer- the l os t Dr. L iv i n g t n c in �fri�a, ca l en d a r will be d is c u n i al t t i h!" lI c- l d F . i da 1 Vl:llIbn 2 I , a i Phys c sc cllce, ha 's h ss e d at this t t Sophomo e ulhol laltd wa O onita . � � y. : <' nn ou'I1(' cd l'IOorm V or:- num-V/(;stcf and FlJnk and \V agn a l l and t1-,c Impact of L l v m gs ton e .; mls- mcct .m g, also. Re fn'shme!lls w1Il . . be 1 e l ec t e d rt·�lon a l LSA fmanclal ..... r�n;t secrei r k . p rNi r n l of V ik i u l( Cl ub wh i c h say, III fact tha t see ms t o b e t he g en - siona r y work o n t � n ley wh o carri es s'Tved by M rs. James Williamson, I t a ry at the retr�a l last wrd(t:nd, �\'_ . . . era l concensus of Op111l0n. I rather on \Vhere D r , LlVmgstone had left M rs Da l e Jt'ffers a n d Mrs. Charles i ng PLC fou r me'mbers m . . the- rl' 'tonal 11" 1" T n t ' . :s 8pOn�Orm!l tl ' . . : . . . ' . . doubt If any so-ca l led educated person off. Spencer . fracy 1 S Stanky, a nd Allen. All WIves are cord Ially ll1V1ted cabme t . A totnl of 1 3 5 students at. I c h ai rm a n, !;C'npral H .. J p ing the would di s a g r ee with that seemingly the other roles arc portrayed b y to attend, also all ma r r i ed women tcnded the thn:e-day o u ti n g ill whi. h L:turrn Bloom, :l!"l' Anrm R m l:\'edl, logical conclu:;ion. Which just goes Na n c y Kelly, an d Walter Brennan. I t , s tude n t s . 32 were PLC i tcs, the IIlrgc�t ,.,oup ' or\"ick , (ran<por- to show how some people � r c 0 m tiCket sa\r s ; push- is a Twentieth Centt.: ry Fox pr od u c - I A t the i r first meeting, September from any schooL , tion' and Ki ,tb S mith , G i n nv Jra h own; for herrsy. tion. I 2'�, the att('nding members voted on 1'I �mbers of �he pan d arc: D arlelIe • ' E\<,j 'u .P ttl,OIl . pOSl{,rs, I'U . ., ----, ,r e have: on our cam pus a su n dial " o nl. t " .D a name for t he eI u b , The name C h B ron 1: 1WI'S t , K a th y Blerv whose pu r" """ is not to tell time! en was "Lady Lutes". The ofiiccrs, Mulholl and, ' r n ;e " lson, Harnrl ,.-H ENDERLIE'S 50th ANNIVERSR Y nom i TIll tc-d �orm VOfelN"ted last spring fOI this yea r are: Vorwick, Elvi Nllkk , :- nn.ir Rom· 11 a� erect.&: "[ . , '�d > ' " iII 1 93'1 in memor y of ' l t . a T!d IV rs . B c n: n t S . H L. t.I IIe. M I!\ d'IIj,II fUl t h , " lIan - !'OI leone's mothrr ' M rs. Arthur '''·r oldC'n, p res1· d e n t ; 111',; . tvedt, La\V;m n a ICl ". :u 1tnt CY ll bIT an d "I s t , tha i the , and . (0f P ar k l n n d" WI'11 be h onore d a t a . , n l c"t . Glori" K"in �" · ' . . ,. onl y function · t has• C ounl.' l es s ,studI n a dd'' t lon to II If' ITL rca1 f 0 1) d ' J,.rry Ben d cr, \'Ice pI' S l'd' ent ; M rs. c n d t. " bl ' nu IC r ecept io n or tnclr J t J1 we . . " . \II . ' . . . I N l Donald Urllr, secretary-trcasu rrr, anc 11l3hhghL, t l te locnuon and t mlf (,r . :!}lpnm d Homl'c ClC'1 I n e;f nua" ,' n ha\e n o doubt "azcd at the fa c I' dmg a n n r ('"rsary, S atllr( ay, ! OVC1ll 1Cr • • . It lUlIl:! n . 1'1 II WI r iJrguI1 or ' hl'" of this sundial and'" thought . � NI rs. I-larry Hobbs, corres pond m g BI' C- the sprrn:;- Te t rrat Will be .nnounn ,u, of the 8 "dl. ,i Tom 8 to 1 0 , 'r n tII e_, T r l" mty . , rh h' H U ll I Smorga, ' l or d - Jca n r 'tI ' dODO-'s mot h e r r.. t�ry , These officers urge a l l vho ,I Personalh · I find i t ' I(' I L SC"."tc:: t W 'I 1 1 provi'd �Gml""A, Uife. . HIT � ....l.. J Psr Io rs. ' CI . ' . U_SI _'liLt _I Th I Im :l .,,, :gnaTd wer • "r.rv �tir}'i ng ' 0 ,'cc . me st u L , CflOI .Ln j nc way• 0 r mU!I� dent 'M r. HCllikr J i., C'" lme to PLC 2 8 are I 1t'!1'hl (" t o b e sure t o a tten d so I I I!?'l diff and n, . h;unr., �-tJl'cnnl d ptO ' roll1 na... in ... such h�matT .. t' LD that wort.h:y ,'tars ago :lnd has cC'n on t Jw nUlI, n - that th .·y may have an a tive orS'�flllll- n n o ,'om rh: tl' the pro�n m, alum.: Wlttt . . (, 1 II. K- d , I: W;t! apPolD t '· u' f00 d 1)(' '" J " "" n" nd I r " secure " \'oc: 1 du. t in the . •• ... 1. st T uI y' Wh l 'll I1 " Lion this Y" ar. ldl.."U1C· s t a u u un til .. ch ,i I " n, I . Howled'" that no tII� irled i.rulivid" .. ', . n hr� to part tml!" w O rK ' d ----- -- --- . 11:1 1 wiII ('\'cr be able to abrogall· !.he 11 fnrnd� and fOnTIC'r studc-nts arc "T p\lrIlO�" and inl nt of thi� tx'a u tiful ordicr l Iy i nvited to gr, t : t the H.- nd�rr a P I I monumenl Olem Wt,lll II wlj . . 1 1�S nt the l"t'Ccpt io n . The Trini t y .. WIll bc Ih, ...· n l ·r f'· '1 tr , . . CHAR 'OAI . nR01LEO . TEAKS & CHOPS . '�' � l . u · I I' I I thll1k the eo l k� :'\uthLl ntll'� G u i ld of 1'nni tv , Luthcro n Church,. .. �. 1,...,'n� I trarlI lV ':"" ,�\ ,., U CmCKE.N - TU1\K Y - �"TEA ·S h o d n foresig t i l o n Tlii uward wa5 in Pa r k l a n d , i5 s pan orinv the recepP ' es,-m ·d sh w c' d c mmcn � h ,' tHiaran t'>" ins; the i nvi labi li ty of thl. nt ! 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Announcements

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neen Inga I B egins Reign Tonight Lute Welcome You i 52 Coronation P ogra 8: 1 5

tampus howca e' lC Neekly Show

"The L utes Welcome You in ' 5 2 . " That ' s the theme f r the 1 9 5 2 Pa ci f ic L U lbcran Coll ege Hom l!co m i n g to tak.: place this w e e k e n d , N ovember 7 -9 on the P . L . e . campus. fsr i v ities w i l l be gi n this eve ni ng W I [b the (or­ onation of the queen and wil l continue t h rou g h Sunda y evening.

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-,uupu s Showcase" produced and mcelt:d on the PLC c;)mpus by ri.. Her;dricbon and broadcast Iy a l 8 : 3 0 p.m., Thur�day eve. ! O\'C I t;�lion KTNT, is now third we : of broadcastin g. in a brief review of the history program, station KTNT a l i t tle 'r two w eks a go calied Mr. Theo. II. Karl, of the speech department, -1 asked h im if it wo ul d be possible have the radi o department proweekly program of campus in­

At 8 : 1 5 p.m. !his evening, Inga Astrup will officialy become Queen ptains ane the entirc football Inga I, of the 1952 Homc:comin". �qllad . Jud ge Bertil Johru;on oi Tacoma will It i s ho�d that by having the perfo rm the coronation rites . a lumni ytll kaden, thCT!! might be The "Queen's . i ght" p r o g r a m some competi tiv · yelling boween the guC5ts of h ono r are the p ast homecom­ alwnos nd the s tu d en t body . ing queens, b('ginning with the queen Planning the PC'P rally have been of the first homecominb celebratio n in Kaomi Roe, c ir man , P�ul Running 1 942, and thi � year's court, Quee n and t his year's yell squad-Dak And. Inga I, a nd pnnccsses Hele n (E n ge r ) erson, Sharon M or.."an, IIenc DTIStuen and Darlen e (DeJardine) . J oh n Ryd- an d Bob Sorenson . gren will ac t as master of ceremonies. I A coff�e hou r for al� i and fac­ A musical program has been plan- ! . �III be Immediately after th ned by Joyce Genz and her c ommit- � ulty rally m the upper S U B . The hou tee: D on Ogard, Jim Ja"ger, Myrna i Pflannehucher, Sharon K i nze r, Jean- ' has been plannt:d by tht ssociatc Students. ne Moe ller, and M ild re d Van Buren. j Women.-----

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first broadcast, the Kappa Delta high school legis­ rc was publi c iz ed in the interview of program. Last week, a c u t­ t from the Homecoming pl ay, ·.alion. In its

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Opening the program will be coroPOSING for the royal photographer are Queen Inga I and her princesscs , nation cer emony. Crown and scepter D a r l ene ( DeJardine) on the left and Helen ( Enger ) on tile right Queen . the speech d epar tm e nt and dirbearers will be the HanJunan boys. "Jr of the play, was presented in her fnga Astrup will begin her royal duties th� c:vening at 8 : 1 5 when the corona­ Other numbers will include a mese officiate tion c remonies are scheduled to begin. Judge lkrtil Johnson will t radi o interview to the publ i c. sage by Bill Ramstad, Jr., president S at the coronation in the CM . It is her Majesty's wish that all ber subjects the third program, yesterday eveattend the coronation. -Richards S tu d i o of the PLC Alumni Association; a :<, Judd Doughty, moderator, in­ Olon ;

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Band Leads 2 9 Float Parade

Shortly before 12 noon the Home­ m ing parade will begin to roU. I t girls' tri�Lucille Lentz, Lavonne will lead do w n Gar fid d s treet to -·lewed Inga A s trup, Homecoming Basse tt; a mixed Pacific, led by the PLC band , and 'n, Mary Lynn Myklebust, coI sen. Camera Club, Spencer Aust; Dahl, and Diane uartet - Joanne Schwarzwalter, the Quee n's f1o.a t . q vy ; I 1innan of Homecoming, Ole J\.fag­ i Clove r Creek Hall , Salim Mitri Reed Fre nch, M aril yn Hanich , a nd Th e pa rad e will d i� a sembl e an Pa­ Hall, Walt Ball ; Viking Club, Nonn on an d Chuck Forsland, foo tball Paul Runnin�; violin 8010, Elle n ei fic-to re ass e mble at Broadway and Vorvick; Freshman Class, Gordon McConnel; piano solo, Connie Han- Pacifi c. downtown. From thu. h wll l (Continued Oil Page 4) St rom ; German Club, Hal RuddicK, sell; orga n solo, Mr . Bya rd F ritts; go d own Bro.ad way to Ni n th ,' down e Highlighting one of the week's and Linne Society, M ike Riek . a n d voIeaI soIos b y Jeanne Fnesk . Change of date and placc: e , Ninth to Pacific; back up Pacific: and W ed ne s day with a Marguen'te Thompson, Vern Lestrud , out to. th' Lincoln Bowl. events will be the r",vealing of PLC ' s Voting startf'd . The reception for the Hinderlies Jud!!,!'S" for Handsome Harry. D ur i n g th half- big eh·ctian rally held in front of the and Mr. Frederick Newnham . The . cel,;bration of their golden wed­ the parade are two alumni and one . 1Many p rom ises were 0f- V ern Fink Memorial Fund will Id Mam. ' . I anniversary will be held at . time f ea t u re of the Powder Puff also faCUIty member, and �h elr · wmK h · f d b I ow g a m e tomorrow, omecommg ere as the contestants gave their I be presented . eir home, Sun day, Nov. 9, from d WI'11 be somewhere 'm Par .. 1·1and . stan . queen ,fnga Astrup and her court w ill platforms . Today IS the last day to Presenting the flowers from the to 6 o'clock. S ome 29 flo ats hav.. be .. n c:nterc I present the winner with a Handsome .get votes if you hurry your fo.otbaI I squad to the O . your . ' so _ueen Inga in the arade and since there wru; . . . candidate w,ll still have a cha nce. All Will be the co-captams Ole Magnuson , e tru:se float.'! should Alpha Psi Omega. is sponsoring Harry l'Vfug and his coveted medal. no de �.llll��e them } Those � ieing for the h andsome of the money taken in will go to the and C h uck Forsland . . IUllcheon Saturday noon in the be qUite lll :eresttng. title, and their sponsors, are as fol- campus recreational fund-at one , Immediately g this f o l l o win proI . IS lounge for all past alumni There Will b� ;l pobee escort for I ws: Blue Key, Bob Ross; Alpha cent a vo �e-a nd you can stuff the gram, the serpentine will h e a d to the I � ''1\cc 1942. It will be a get- toge ther the parade, which shouhl n:acb th Sigma Lamba, Jack Johnson; Kappa ballot bOl< If you plcase . The contest is pep rallv. 'r former m be'l'S and pn:scnt downtQwn Tacoma area abou t 1 2 �45. Rho Kappa, Ernie Pihl; Curtain Ca l l, sponson:d by Alpha Phi Omega, ' "ITlhers. ( C on t i !lu e d all Page 3 ) Bob Nielson; and Spurs, Roger Mad- N:ltional Service Fraternity. Bonfire Rally Schedul co

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chapel program. . Listeners w e r e given opportunity to hear the organ in solo �� Mr. Fri tts p layed "Trumpet by Purcell, a n d " C a rl e go " . 1 hey heard It as an accompamment to congregatio n a l singi ng, and as accompani m .. nt to the J.· e�tival yet. The organ w i ll not be fully broken Chorus :1 5 they sang "Sanctus," by in o r set tled until that time.

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ff c was h eld at the C QUlwd , and "Glory, Laud, and Hon· Temperature is a no t he r import ant November 3 meeting of Pacific Luthfactor in the sound of an organ. Ther- I eran College Organ Guild. <11'," b y Teschnrr Caine. Th.e 0 _'a n now has a year's h i 3 to ry mo � ta ts were installed in each of the Thl.' elected are: p res id en t, Mary to ill credit. WOTk began o n the in- pipe chambers to assure u n i fornl heat. Engsht'rg ; vi e president, Allura s� utn('n\ ov('r :' yc;t: ago in t �� quaint A variance in tc"mpe rtau re easily af- Amdaule ; s 'cretary-treasurer, Evc-iyn E. P etc.rson ; prop:ram chairman, B.u· Fl' cJj-Cann d l RI v l llAg!." of M. Hya- fects the tone. Ci�l�. \-\orkmll TUllup i ;, f [hI' hil!'h �st " It is a C�ally �ot correct to call it b� Hedlund, and I .e . -' . rrprc. ' luali ty. E\'l'n the ::1l<'t � lD th e brac, I an o rgan : , It Is a!ly four orgam atlve, Al Freed. i :'�S of the p ip.. arc . " :udully hand I in o n e . � ach of tl1 three manual key The purpose of this organization is fll'IlShcd. '<Vood s used III varIOu s p;u ts bo. rds 1 5 an or!,'an itsdf, as is the to further gr"afl!"r c nthll ia III of thl' org;. n rln: "ann.dlan f it, p pi r ped I boa rd. The gril les o n tl c sid wa r ds. orga n m u.sic among th e gr up and spruce-all ! iln dri d . o( t h,> iludit rium I'a ch hold the pipn and the: s tu dent body. A,lvis�r of tho: Pr cision is I:hr keynote in the con- fnr two Ol'llaru;. Cou plrrs ,1Iake it pos- gr up is M r B. yald Fritts. struction a nd in,tallation of a good ibl · to pJ!lY an combination of organs }uture pla n s :nc ude progr:un on

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Election of

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cnt- I I to- I

QTgruL II woode n p art� of the organ Oll oDe keyboard. 1 nrw Casavant Pipe Organ, asThe! .. arc 3,2110 pip!'� . �Iore than sisting !It $C\'� 1 organ dcdic.ations, an: glued and seCUTely fastened to prevt: t mDvr.ID ·nt of any kind. The in.- twic.: as many ill' in most church 01'- at t en anee at o rgan rr citals in Ta· 'Htlt' , anti ;lcting ' hOllt5 slalla.lioll of tbe l'LC. organ WUlt vel')" gans_ They "'ary in q ir.c from bout coma a n I smoothly. but minor adjustments and tIVO ' tories high and w ide ('uoug at tlil' Jfgan MU5ic F esti,1ll to c h I d i n !l<fay (In tbr PL(; c;unpul, tuning will go on Cor several weeks (Continued on P;lgl: 6)

C a m p u s Ca lenda r

1 2 : 1 0 DRG, D3.Y Room. 1 2 '30 Le tterman's 'Iub M-l09 <1:00 W A A Tumout, Lower

MONDAY-

5 :00 Ie , M· 1 09 . 6 :45 I'nyc l' Service', eMS Bal· Campus.

cony. 9:00 Pi Kappa Drlla, O M 7:30 Camera Club, L 1 04.

122.

3 : 00

TUESDAY-

LSA, Sub-C omm i ttee heads, L-I04. 6:30 Spurs, 2nd Floor Lounge. 7:00 French Club. 7:45

ConIirm atio n Cia

house. 9 : t 5 H oll y Hall mittn . Roe's

s,

E XCCU li\'�

Re"

Com·

6:30 Blue Key, 1.!- l09. 6:30 A WS fireside , Lowcr SUB. 7 .:W l\fi �io r. ' I �drM, Town

WF.DNESDAY-

7 :30 I_ad).' LuLl' ., SlJ B Tffi:RSD.\Y 1 2 :3 0 Campus Devotions, Chapel

Chapel.

. ;:10 A I'O Lo w er SUB I.oun c. fi:3P S tt den Council. 7. 10 C: ultnir. C�Il, S( e-C. [So B:30 I ph� P i Spc:t'Ch office,

T(lW"r.

3: J

M . ·\11

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Tall ing . cit duled

FRiD

8:00 p.m . P LC

SATI RDAY-

Dowl

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7, 1952

------- I Spealcer., Organ I Special Lil" ary !�� al!!�,!':s�'!;�'! � �!! 'I ��? ��:� �! ��!� �! ������! ���; � � NOV.

THE MOORING MAST

Pacific u n ar Lutheran Colle e En tered as second class matter, October , 1925, at the Post Office . at Parkland, Washington Telephone: G Ranite 8 6 1 1 Wee: Student U nion Subscription price---$ 1 . 5 0 per year EDTTOR-IN-CHIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PHYLLIS GRAHN ASSn lATE EDITOR. ................................. MARIE INDERGAARD :-.I EW5 EDIT R . _ . . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . _._ . _ . . . . . _ _ . _ . _ .. _ .. _ _ . . . . . . . ELWOOD RIEKE BUSINE SS MANAGER. .......................................W ALT SCHWINDT AD MANAG ER . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ .... . . . . JOYCE PUFFERT AD O LIO [TORS ... ......................JIM JOHNSON, KAY STEVENS O lR UL.·\T] ON MANAGER...... _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . .THELMA NYGAARD E X HANGE EDITOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . .ANNE STEWART AS (JCIATf. STAFF ..... " ............. . ....................... ROLAND OPSAHL ROSEANNA HARTWIG, JOAN ENGSTROM, JERRY SLATTUM, GINNY GRAHN, CLARA SKJERSAA, DUNNA ERICKSON, BILL BARBER FE A T U RE WRITERS .............................................. JACK JOHNSON BOB · NIELSON, GEORGE RUTHERFORD Printed by La Crosse Printe rs, 1 1 8th Pacific Ave. 4 PUblished

d

ing.

their colleg What

of year that the

pals for the past \.'ear, return.

. . IS It

.

. ..

loyal alumni, who

..

that bnngs these aluIlls back ? TraditIOn ? Love for the old

school ? To see how much theIr tnends have changed ?

To ..mswer these questions, one would have to be an alumnus himself,

but withOut our knowing why-thF alumns return.

The first fhiDg an a)umn . will probably notice on

the

eampus if he ha...

not been back for a long time, will be the changes in the physical plant­ the pr�:Jl t student body a "ona: over"; and last but by far from least,

new buildiD� additions to furnishings and so forth. Then he will most likely

he will begin scouting around for his college pals of bygone days. Upon

give

finding them, he will probably spend many hours just standing around and c.atching up on the past few years happenings.

Te. the alumn. thi� last is probably the part that he looks forward to

Harold

,I

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Yokum

of

san g to the accompanyment organ for the first time. There will be

turned. In not too long a time, many of us will be alumni-then we will know

t"\'Cnl .in its true sense of the word-Homecomin,g to the alma mater.

True, the Homecoming committee has planned a full program for tbem, as well a$ f r the students, but tht: alumni are our guests. Be friendly to them, Thii y�ar we expect arollnd 300 PLC alumns back for this weekend.

yO\.! will have a good time yourself.

, nd above all courteous in showing them a good time--and in doing s11ch,

no Mooring

due to mid-semester tests.

of

e

l

ome-

of interest for present

students

and

the

f

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sha

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bert have been planning and build­

ing the D.R.G. float for the Home-

coming p a ade . As a special event in . . : . . the festivitIes thiS wek-end Diane Bas-

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sett, LaVonne Dahla and Lucile Lentz . ' . VOIces m sw eet bl end mg t h elr

WI'11 b

(The Mast

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ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha

Phi

sweate rs

Onlcga

have

Mast arrived, and for those who have paid

staff wants to study ) .

for theirs see President Dick Bormd for further instructions.

G E N E RA L AUTOM O B I LE

REPA I RI N G

G LAD I AT O R G A RAG E

re­

H om! coming from the alumni's point of view and know the meaning of the

GRanite 9 9 4 6

1 2 2 nd � Pacific

MERLE NORMA N COSMETICS STUDIO

GROCERIES � MEATS

RUSLERIS MARKET 2 3 1 Garfield St.

Pictures of All Ho m e c o m i n g

LA 8 8 1 7

6 1 07 Steilacoom Blvd.

GOOD LUCK LUTES

McKewen Studio

CLAY H O U S E

Two Blocks North on Mt. Highway

Eve nts

MA 3 1 8 4

9 1 5 Commerce

GR. 8 5 6 0

W e W i l l Have

Free Demonstration of Complexion Care

PA R K LA 0 XXX D R I VE - I Parkland

as

coming display this week several i tems

ent Se rvice Fund. spok e on Wednes- c ampu s from the time it was known harmony during the coronation of t he day of the needs all over the world of as Pacific Lutheran University, and Homecoming Queen. displaced youth. At the service tod ay then Pacific Lutheran Academy. C o ntra ry to what the other fresh. ' . 1(: ear rles t d a t e !ll th e d'ISP I ay I S ma n girls believe. LaVanne Hubdahl Tl Dr, S, C. Eastvold spok'e on t h e tOPIC, on a rogram f r t he �pc ning dedica- says the Air Force i s a � lch b e tter "The Waiting Wilderness." � � . � . tlOn I!1 1 89 4 . fhe, fllst annual was place fo r a man than PLL IS. Barbara Special programs wcre fea tured on . n of _ Pacific Lutheran Ellis has turoe d to oth er fi e ld s, too, as c both Tuesday a nd Thursd a y. At th e " A �n ou � c rr"' t U llIvc rs lty " for 1 89b nd 1 89 7 �.Ile e she is looking forward to oraRge bloso g Tuesbody n meetin weekly student . an quet or t C $Oms and lace next June afte r seeing I S a program 0f t h e day, the Homecoming court was an. rad u a ting c1a�s of 1 9 03 and alumni. ' a certain party from the U niver s ity. g c.andidates robed. nounced and the There are two ISsue s of 1 9 1 2 and 1 9 1 5 With test week coming up we sec Queen Inga was royally robed by Don of the forerunn e r of the MOORING Reese, and attendants Helen Enger m a n y indust rious-lookin g s tudents MAST, THE HURRICANE , puband Darlene DeJardi ne were robe d by i about. Joy Gilmore says she has per­ lished by the Associat ed Students of Gordon Wickner and Jim Jaeger. A I manentlv reformed-she has turned . . . . Pacific Lutheran Academy. '. cutting o�r "Good House k eepmg " was to studymg mstead of plaYlJlg pmg In comparing the buletin for Pacific given by t h e leading characters in pong. Sally Alstead can usually be Lutheran Academy with the college a s the play, Barbara Hedlun d and Glenn seen with her "Deutsch" bonk on it is today, remarkable changes are Johnson. han d , wm " 1 e K ay E ngcbret80n alld noted. All classes, d onni tories, and To introduce the new organ, a Rox ie King are trying to decide what . . offices were once contained in "Old specla 1 muslca1 program was presen te d subject to study first. Carol Paul is . Main;" the courses have changed con' Th b mcom e exercISes. s Th sci' , ay ur at d isappointed because she has two tests siderably. The display is a compact ed voices of the Choir of the West on her birthday. history of the development of the f group 0 a ed presen and the Chorus � campus. numbers. Mr. Byard Fntts played two PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS audience the and organ solo numbers,

the most-meeting old friends. This is what Homecoming means-not what many of us used to think as children, that Homeeoming was a celebration

put on when the football team had been away for a long time and just

h

intf'rest-

bave IDoked forward to coming back to their alma mater and kibitzing with time

l

unusually

'

EDITORIAL

This is the

C

and

Capi tol , some � tel11s of rcmillin � cence for the University, Columbus, Ohio, was the rc turnm g grads. Th e d isplay I S made . speaker at Monday's mecting. Makato up of publication s and programs of . Fujita, l"epresenting the World Stud- some 0f the sOCia 1 e vents 0f t h'IS Dr.

. . .. . . . .. . : . . . . . . . .. .

Homecoming.

varied

been

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Garlidd St reet

Parkland Centre Building

We l c o m e H o m e , Al u m !i Drop i n a n d s e e u s . B e st o f Lu ck, Lute s

Campus capers call for Coke .No matter if this year's team

is the

underdog, spirits soar at the homecoming

and for refreshment, delicious Coca-Cola. �

''C4h'' h a � ,--..".....

UNDER

AUTHORITY

OF

THE

TOTTEN REALTY CO., INC. 3 28 Garfield Street

PARKLAND CYCLE Parkland Shopping Ce-nter Parkland

GARFIELD VARIETY Garfield Street Parkland

JENSEN'S BARBER SHOP Garfield Street Parkland

PARKLAND DONUT BAR Parkland Centre Building Parkland

PARKLAND HEALTH CENTER 3 1 8 Garfield Street Parkland

LAURINAT'S .\PPAREL Parkland Centre Building Parkland

PARKLAND REAL1Y CO. 208 Garfield Parkland

rally. There are bonfires, pep talks, checrs-

BOTTL D

YOUNG'S Gll'T SHOP Parkland Centre Buil ding ParkJ"nd

COCA-COLA

COCA-COLA BOTI'LING. Inc.

COMPANY

@

BY

1 952, THE COCA-COLt. COMPANY

Parkland

CENTRE CLM. 'ERS Parkland Centre Building � Parkland

FREY'S FURNITURE 405 Garfield Stree-t Parkland


mE 1952 G LADI. TOR FOOTBALL SQUAD is ( l eft to right, kneeling) Bill Barnhart, Roger Madsen, Bob :vkAdams, Jim Bricker, Gary 'al e, Jack B u rre ll , Art S wanson, Dick Larson, Fran Karwoski, Ron Billi n�s, Al Fink, DOll Morriss, Dick Griswold, and Ph il Nordquist. Center: Roger Peterson, J\1a rk Freed, and Donald Raistakka. Standing: ( leIt to "Itht ) Coachc> Bob Nielsen and Mark Salzman, Ernie Jones, Glenn \Verner, Bob Brog, Glen Huffman, Jerry Looney, Jack Burell, Pau l Wangsmo, Ole Magnuson, Jim BaU, Ray Ba rn es, Chud forsland, Doug Mc Grat h , Dick Hurst, Louie Boitano, Don Chesterfield, Ar n ie Falk and Coach Marv Harshman. In conferenc e play, tilt: squad has thc record of three wins a nd aD lie; the season's record stands at three wins, three losses and one tie. Eastern and the University of British Columbia are the r ema i ni n g two t.eams on the football schedule.

John's Watches and ameras

I intramural League I

Ta com a

it s

pace w i t h two more wi ns during the maintained

1 8-6, and sk i nni n ,g by

blistering

past week, s.inking Clover Creek Hall,

I

oaebes ay Gird) s,· B 5 es Ready or r y

Central defeated Ivy H al l, 1 2 -6, and Easlern Parkland spl it even in its two games, winning over Clover Creek On M on da y, November 1 0, th ' final Hall, 2 0- 1 2, and then being swamped TO morrow mornin � at 1 0 : 0 0 the female ca rn ivores C? f PLe . game of the 1952 in tramural touch by Ivy, 30-0. . [be l l b egl:n w r he l r. b lood-. th trsty romp ; �or a f�dl foo tba ll schedule will be played when t basketover, s H M COMING m t o football al With . course of the itterly L o n rested Pm\ der P u t t Bow I ga me , minds b the two .Dowerhouses of the iea,m, f.' ', ba II IS �oon t 0 f 0110w . A l l .; ntrarnural f , . . n, . . SPECIAL Central Parkland and Tacoma ' meet II bas� in the snap, emmmlty d.rops aSI' d e, an d tl le ·b east nses In very glr ) on · ' 11 b�- P laycd . 1..e tb aII games WI I in the c:an1<' which w•; ll decide the I t hc campus. Th IS ' h o u r a f. com ba t . , Clr . • u . ' IS t h al't c:t suppe r . . evemng I R ' rcse n t lil g the Impe rial Flash C a mera ep two opposl n g [",( [ [o . n s , the upperclassmen championship. : follows as Standing of the teams Is I guaran teed W on Lost Tied I and tbe .fr o s h , w ill b e neariy half a !'mnd red g i rl s �eady to die if At the present time Tacoma is i n need be l or the bonor of t heir respective gr u p s . This ga me c-.lrcil!s 6 1 0 S5 . 5 0 Tac om a . .. . . . with it more than mert' fem i ni n e :_ bl d l ' . first plan'. just ahead of Cc: n. .... . .sli"htly " L. regu Jar C oal'llJ ll!: p ro ems, an liS 1 . . . . Central Parkland .. .. . . 6 . , . 4 3 valry: thIS IS a tradItIOnal t 'st of the tral . If Ce n t ra l wl're to Win th ... fma l to 1 a Y ,'" b II rt n t: w orne s amp IT-.J I 10 m Ivy HalI . . .. . ... . . .. . .. . . ... a . s . PARKLAND < II P erl' oflt', )' ai' p � gaml; on MOlldJY, they w ou ld be ' 0 �o p Ie o\'e .� fl'O.1, :u1. . . I 5 0 Ea�tern Par land . . . . . . 2 ' l�"e "n h 'd' two an: .halIfbae k.�, n beB Th e; uppe r-clas s "Galopi n � Gir dles" I �lOh champions, but of course if Tacoma 1 Kat y 1 • u:ry an J o:mnc S c nva JtzJEWELERS 5. . . Clover reek Hall . . .. 2 arl rcli'm on a smashm!) bnc."ficld wins, they wi ll take the honors. 5 . . . w at", �' r, Ww l. : c h n e..uIy Io�t be1h for tl1(' \Vr:-stcrn Pa rk l a n d . . . . 0 quartet and a small, but spIrIted, hne b� �mc, ic�� is pred�� u�� _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , . to ';\rr y them th l ough 1.0 vi tqry. ing but trouble- . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , '�\'{"r before in Bowl history has a T h e "Bruising- BllStlcs:' on t h e barkfi el d with the class of the:- F ou r othrr hand, tak� on tne hrQad gTinA Fdim:s been ass qle d on one team. of their coaches Ted G.ot.iolin, Chutk Th drive and power shown by the Forsland, Don heslcrfirld. and lad l tl nning backs in practice scssions has ohnson. Th e ' as.i<'rl lh 1 t heIr quad bCl n no thi ng short of phenomenal . If J has r 'lli y " h p,.d up, and lh<ll tbey're thc line can hol d up in front uf the m, loaded for uppe rclnss game . Ti,,, (rosh nothing will stop this scoring thn;at. arc hopi ng to art th,;ir huge: d Coaches Bob Nielsen, Al Fink, fens i ve wall of mu�clc against tll and O le Magnu� on of the "Girdles" I " i rdles." "We can stop anythUlg have been drilling their charges in they throw at that l int:," $tJHC>i Grot­ si mple power plays t.hrough the line. john. " Ou r pass defellse i s nothin According to Nielsen, "\Ve can't short of sematioil al " WATCH RE P AIRING

Draws to a Close

508 Garfield

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"Bll t!e� orEcnsc will center the Cal ifornia Cobra, C. ro) Nielsen has been doing a lo t of Hintze, and a razzlc-dl!nlc Sel of strenuous e xercise with the crying' plays. Off p rac t i c e fonn any1hing can game ahead o f us, and it may be the breaks that'll de cide the outcome." risk a fuble.

We've.

got

The

a tough

a roul,d

t ow el during the last week. With his .

( Continued on

Page 6 )

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Printe rs of your

" T he Lutes Welcome You In '52"

Mooring Mast a nd other PLC printing a n d p u blishing requirements. *

THE SOINE'S WELCOME Y

BEST OF LUCK

U

ALL THE TIME !

AGAINST EASTERN

Drop in and say hello .

Al and Malcom

I 1 8 0 2 Pacific Ave nu e, Pa rkland

Across from the Triple XXX

G Ra n ite 7 1 00 411

Garfield St. AerOSll

Saine

arkland Shoe Stor

( In the Parkland Centre from the Parkland Post Office .

Bldg.)


NOV. 7,

THE MOORING MAST

Homecoming Plans Com ple�

1952

(Continued from Page 1 ) who h ave Lht'i,' t\lunmi membership D u ring the half-time of the PLC- cards; 8 5 cents for adults. I::.15tl m game, traditional HomecomThis th rc a c t ('orncdy b y William ing e, rl'ises have been planned by McCleery was pn:s t ed in New York Mr . rley Christopherson, in con- in 1 95 0 when Helen H aye s portrayed junction with the: Homecoming com- the Ieadin::; chil.ractcr. It is the story of what h appe ns to a nOl mal Am erican mitt�e . PL C's 53 -pi e c e ba nd will perform family when Mother, armed with a v.lTiow maneuvers on t he fi e ld and psychol ogy book, sc[s ou t to make tl e th c: winning floats will circle everybody happy and the re sults of her the fic:Jd. Queen Inga I will be pre - actions. :M i s s J('an McGregor of th.. • "uri to the audie n.:e by student b o dy I spee c h depa r tment and Morrie Hendvice prt$ldent, Llovd E nstma n , and rick s o n, a ssistant. are directing the

"Campus Showcase" ( C ontinued

co-captains,

�!���s ���:t;�

th c

.

prestd ent

0f

thC

d Iu m n l

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tion , Bill Ramstad, Jr., will s ay a few wor<a. . . I' o llowlng the IFlme, aII a IumTIl arc invit"d t attend th e Alu m ni Supper . � O. par I ors at 6' : j m Lilt Trimty Chun� I. os... ra of the Powd e r Pu ff B- l)wl game t' t�r OJ<' j' n . u :w " .." of c. le,all ·l n �"Y II') _r, L ,.. a c j' ll l.._

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"Good H()usekeeping" at 8:30

'Good HoustkrC'pin g" wil l be pre· ""lIlP d at 8 '. 30 p m I' �, th .·.. (', MS "", u d ', � c . , . ' a c t p Iay s t a rs tonum, Th.is ture!'

B:ublHU Hed lund and GII-nn Johman in th� lead ing rok,. w i t h a suppo rt in g of Hurd u M ich a kson , Tom tor y o f O l d Mai n , .• t

I

"fhingval,

!'hllk�U.

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rrm

wi ll

a��: 3 0

CHA PEL O U OTES uK. 'tfltlllbrr Jesu, hrist" an d you; sins will be real to you. sins afe forgiven. Christ" aTId 'yo u will know "our ... ] "R" member .I e·us "R. mt'mbcr JI'�U S hrist" and y o u w ill recicvc power to livtl.

of

actual

b road c a t

g ive n th t:' progra m a . mus i ca l du cti on and the title " C a mpus

I

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w r i tin g KTN T a nd t el l i n g the m th a t em p ty s c ats. F ans being unab l e to pay, t hey l ik e t Il t: s h ow , a n d b y t e l l in g C oach Cli ff Olsen came up wit h a J u d d a nd M orr ie t he s a me wh e n )'OU n ov e l i d ea in t he fal l of ' 3 +, t o le t the , t a d i u m wa s see th e m o n c ampus. They (Judd and :ans in free. Morrie) wo uld also app re c ia te ge tti ng J ammed to capa c ' t y at ."very game,

be

I

sugges ti o n s f or s tud e nt b ody.

b r oa d casts

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P re s ide n t, Luther B ibl e Institute

The 8dVi l.Tnion is c.hallenging the WC'5tcrn world b y f or ce, by polit:cal and by propaganda. Korea has aw akened the sleeping cagle, and • war D ,·. V rov cc k of H u ngary now awakened, she Can fly. "B y grace ye are save d th rough . 'Je s a ve d ?" "Wha t ahaH a m an d 0 to \.. of Gid." gift a is it for fai l and lbl1 t not of youndves M r. T r yg ve O. Svare Higru:r r.:ducatioh is a snCcr S5 if it g ive s a h ab itu a l vision of greatness. I hI" gTl�att'.st greatness is found in Jt'S llS'S word s, "11y peace r give unto you." I

r

President, C ap ita l

Dr. Ha old Yokum

U niversit.y

S T E L L A 'S F L O W E S

I

Headquarters for

HOMECOM I N G

I

Quality

D IAMONDS JEWELRY S I L VE R Since 1 8 8 9

1 1 0 5 B ro adway Tacoma

CLAREN CE E. LAN GLOW · CO. I n s u rance

Co m p l im e nts of

ford high .Ichool c1c\ ,.lll which had lost

every game it had

befo re

\VA TCHES

C O R SAGES

Ta�oma

I

t h e Luthe r an sc h e d ulr: i n t h ose ye a n was Lincoln h igh school. I n 1 9 2 8 . the Abc- s s o cked t h e G l adiato rs 4'2-0 a nd in

1 929.

in

the

1 0- 0 . The following yeat,

19 3 0, t he Parkl a!1dc .!'l' , b oa st ing a

new

fr om t h e "'W e p a ssed th e h at be twee n h alv,'s," In n t o:' n amrd CEff O lse:1 ui�mphed , Olsen related, "and we took in a l o t OVl�r he Railsplittns, 29-6. t , mOre moncy than we d I d Ix·fore with Tbat w a s the l ast year It at PLC admission. The move als o scrvnl to a nd L i ncoln C \"U played each other, build up interest i n Qu e team a nd <l d O sen we nt on to lead the Lul n schoo!." � , . \ I ate t I leran3 to grc;J.t Lungs In tllC 'Vb,n "Rammy," as Kamstad is af- '30 s and carly '40'" when 1'Iarv fcctionatcly cal J.· d . had his i'1iti,,1 turll- Harslufw n a nd . 'b]"i Tornmcrvik supout, there was only one man who had plied t he spark. had p re v io us g r i di ron expl'ricnn:. He W i ! h H a rshman still s upplyin� was Gerhard L :me, who h a d becn a sp;J(l to the tea m . the prcsent day substitute quarte rback 0" the Stan- Lu tt!.\ tangle W I th h i gh powered fae

MIEROW'S

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Dr. Oscar C . Hanson,

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seconds

plus

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Gladiator Football 26 � Hz·story RevIewed Vear

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C,hr i s tia n s o n , E l do n ",uides in the CMS, and t�jC g i rls will . to ry. DPK aYJ 5 , M ar ' F r (. e d , E d I. th E n gd . , . b(" h os t"5 e s 111 the do Ramona Wa lkins Ruth Sathe r' Cathv i will be SI' fying pUTIeh in both of t h e and M3 ri � I lonnges of Old �f8.in. In the ev e ning (hWClin , Ann 'UJId , dn;i� Ion :0 50 cents for LSA is p resenting a s pecial HomccomInd"r," in t.he upper SU B . PLC, faculty a n d alum'n i i n g program

Swi�dbnd, Jean

chairman of Home- i

. The p ro gra m has 14 minutes and 30 p

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tlIe �uppe r

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co-chair-

J ohnso n,

i ntroBack in ' 2 6 coach A. W, Ram stad, now a che m istry profesS how - sor ro unde d u p enough m e n to form two e l evens , most of whom �a.se:" . A clcord i n g to Ju d, th e show IleVel' playe d tootba l l before. I n 1 \ ) 2 9 Cliff Olse n ca m e o u t of IS a wee k y feature and IS � rmo u n ce d Spokane Co !lege to take o ver the rei g n s u n tI l 1 9 4 7 when his . as such, WIt h the conclUSIOn some- prot�be s , l'vian' T ommervik a n d l'vlarv Harshman s\lcceeded him. i . t h I n g like °T'unc in aqain next w'e c k . . . . . l ' ' ..In (['e 1 • • a h C Philipl:tlled v;:t, �nd , m . ' TaIn bUSIllCSS mto t wen tl1cn UbeJ1 . . . .,., � . .' for th e next Am O 'R l a L III our s e l les of . nd .... se ho .. Tt 3 k ()f t h e ' p rod l1ctlon. COlLa. l'O l!1 1!1 CrVl'k' COa C .fl e d up lI ntl' 1 pI' nt" s a t th c uu 'b • • �ro�d_�asts r t�� C 3 mpus of PacIl;c . Wa d r ''''ari n went f ] 950 and the , th e summer o ut n an ,0 ' ge. , The I t of the [J�, IJ i n that fi rst b u si n ess for hi !TI5c lf," thus leaving I into '. . ' . It takes more tIme than th e aud. ' " • t tl.e coaehlllg chon's on th<:' shou ilkrs e I e\"ell are J )Vlll g on t1". l'n cific coa�t. c.p are and bl'oad. _ iencc realizes to p r�. 01 Harsh P.1an, who doubles as Ath l e t ic w it h t he exception of Theodore Fedt The annuo.! Homecoming wo rsh ip ca s t a 1 5 m i n u te pI'O l:;ram. Th e re :3 D i rector in addition to coaching fo ot- 0 f ,S l' lverdale, wh" d i e d sC'vcral ycars . " d ry " rehersal before the prose rvi ce will be h eld at 1 1 a.m. in t he cm� " ago. SIX 0 f them ended up in the ball. basketball and baseball . n E ee S B. . t l I' ,<T , ram is taped, dircctl)' from the Dr. C h a p e Audito rium, teaching profc"ion, C l a rence L u n d i s Duri n g t h ... 2 6 years of gridiro n hiswill be li turgist a nd Re\'. Robe rt I Knutzen nl<:i i o station in t he C M S . princip81 of the Downing school, LyI Ilrkland s-chool, the teams This i s a real chance t o broad c as t t o y a t t he Lutncss will IJrt'ach the e m on . The dell K r icclltr is at Federal Way, C�rl � and I' t •;s t h e I j c'pC' of have currentl" plavcd 1 7 2 ,c;ames. Till; '-' PLC" Ch. oir , of the: West will .s i n b� two PLC to' the nt>oplr J . 1 Colton is at �I cKinle)' school, \Vilbflt . . '··) ·,'T 'll1 t hems, directed by :Mr. F rede r ick the p roducer. Ivlo:-ric Hendri c k son, Lu t es have w on 9+, lost 6 1 an d t.ied 1 6. " . ymo.n 1S ll1 L I ym pla, .A. �rno Id Th os' that it be a show of 1.J )-oicsional qual30's Back in tL: c ead" Nll",vnham. w h e n the dc. 1 . E tenson IS Jll ve r dt, an d V - Ia I' C) roa , hi I . r . , 'ty. fhe students that Il st" n ('"n shol\' p ressi o n waged i t s worst, P;}cific Lu- i s n K rklan . d i F ro m 2 to 4 p .m. open hou se will I i One of th e tou gh er op po n e n t s o n be held in the C M S and in the donni- t h e i r approva l of t h e pro "Ia !11 by th e ra n gri d t eams wc rt� pla yi n g t o

I Sepv·lces In CMS Sunday .

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ma n of the Homecoming parade, and

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O�aw��o'i�:'�,'::�on!���,

Th< "o �, am at C,� t"l do"n't m"n " mu ch " i t "' ms tbe L u t" You can t take an rthmg away from the Lute o fense . but a virtually swamped the underdog Central Washington Wildcats . :-.; mt half- time .bulge allows a team to gamble } . ti ttle bit and in last week' s g � me. This victory gave tl�e Lut s a thre win, no � � . IS case everythmg worked to a deltghtful predslon--Centra� m undisputed first piKe . losses and one tie record , and leaves them . , . ' ' b·Ig an d ac t e d as I' f t I�.e} " Were t aug h , b u t th e pr edo m en ance of The L u trs second c h a nce at offense showed their power as '. ' . ' "xper'II::'nee w'as to mu L-h to oversome , 1.L The d l'ffer I' 1 and m. - they moved from their own 24-yard Ime to the one yard ltne of k . In the game w ,as rhat the Lures exhibIted fmal season form . C entra I on t IIe a I trrnatmg ' runs af F ran k K arwos k'I an d Al F'10 . ' . " I( the W i l dcats appe:ued to be Just entenng upon the sched. ' . . , - From t h e re thev pushed o e on a -One ot tbe b i g offenSive surpn ses was Ole Magnousons 3 7 ? q uarte rback sn ' k . . , Hu fm a . from the PLC t wo, scormg t heir fi rst . . . . . j run b- ac k. 0 f :1. bl oc ke d. punt-As f ar as we can remem b er . T he extra pomt falled gIvrng and only touchdown. The conversIOn , !J downs 111 one game IS t h e most th e L utes h ave ever score d . . . th e L an early lead 01. 6 a s goad, mak'mg the score 4" J.9. 0 . . ' g to mm lh IS ' C " entra I h omecomrng b nn a e ry reeo IIect' Oll 0f a . . ya rw.she. · k Two qUIck pass plays, one o Jim homecoming in 1 950-An interesting sidelight on th Central game ! PLC CWC Ball and th e other to Art wa ns oll . Co-Captain Chuck ForsIana's constant h o er in g over t he compl e te d 9 Qm Fl rst Downs - ..... - - .... - ...... -.. -. 1 5 ,c by another pl u n T .. r little backs were p r tecte d agamst any over I to make sure t h at ou R u sh i g 12 4 . . lint:: by F n" k Kar" , en!�ss on he par t 01 the o pos i tI On . e th US!" the one v.a I t w.as good to see sue h Pa s sin o.. 3 5 " exh!'b'Ited b y he stude'nt body 0 0ld P. L C . as t he C entraJ st nds woski, halfback. The L te s madc .... _ . �) 5 3 26 ,,their extra point a fake k i k and Ne t Yds. Ru h i n o. f or C oach M arv H . I ftune ·· u a ng With a sp ntan eous ovation 1 . 1 20 72 . i h end Jim Ball being thc Net Yds. F o nva d' s . The poor man' s GIen Hu ffman 0f t he r n tramu aI Ieague seems to be pas play ttempte d ....... . 10 10 . 3 1 t o 0 i n Fo wa r d e c ei ver, e vi n g the r Fc.ax 0 Cc nt aI P ar d d Sp k' Y Wat ts a Tac oma With over F d C I 5 4 . . ... . . . .. 2 PLC. apiece. 0 by ..... ... . -...... a

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Ce nt ra l received th e nd Notes From the Powder Puff Bowl n on t h e i own ::!5 . ITENTION: Coach Harshman-Be: at the Powder Puff Bowl game ; ' f mble ou nd pl ay. JIIIC, to scout potential triple threat theater-Name-Carol "Californ ia woski scored on an end s ra igh t and truc 'I" Hint-Ll�. Added note; Ought to be some fine offensive formations and the Lutes led by both teams. Halfbacks Jo Schwarzwalter and Kathy Biery have fo the xt ra

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Western 19 -- Eastern 0

'Our p edi c i n Western

e nt.

he re.versed his U . B.

20; Eastern 0; if all t he oceans were empty field twice and ran 70 yar ds for a TO.

had fans standing

flow 7,500 ye a s

River at its present rate

as

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P. L.

most of the season by a shou der injury, took the ball on his own 30 and

LAST WEEK'S GAMES

.

EVERGREEN CONFERENCE

oued from their injuries ea r ie r this week and are ready to go for the 20 t o O . W s W !dassmcn. Central was forced to kick after e . ash . ----- - 4 Pu �e t Sound ...... 3 We u de rstan d "Wart" secre t ambition is t o be second failing to get a first down. Don 2 h Itw . h �st in the PL C Youth Orchestra. At i ss Ellen Mc- ChesteJ'6cld, who bas been sidelined !

;cl has nailed down

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n s to their current d ep th . )

:3

�et�od:

created by this Take a glass, fill it with milk, then hold your head and bnng It down past your eycs. ) Wooster DID cfJIne back ,:"ith a smash i ng 52 to 9 victory o er Alle � . (Ou r battrng average III cu ren tly .888, good fIe ld , good h i t . ) .

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Whitworth 1 8 - Central 6 W s t rn - U.B.C . 0

Predictions Of

To Come

Seattle Ramblers t r o

e e 35

C.P.S. 19 --P.L.C. 26

Keep

Things

-. Eastern 0

y ou r eye on Wooster,

OP IN AND SEE US �EETINGS, ALUMNI

McCayls Ice reamery

h ey'

A and returned it d p eav

ga i n Chesterfield grabbed a

T hen

2.

to

e h t.

in

the

middle

a

fourth quarter PLC's big tac Magnuson

off

unt

' j

ThiS Sa turday III t he Lincoln Bowl, . . .

Gladiators will . .

'.

n LIle

.

_ . against fIe.d to compete E a,lern Wash· . C 0IIege' s S avag mgton ..! m .w. ' 1. t: Gla .. omr' ng game. Th'I S ' . tor,' 1 9 :J" 2- Ho m cc la ga m e sh ould prove. to. be a faidy good .

the . I

ro a r

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out o

fl'eldl'n<T , set three track t de a er m r ,t r a a . B u e s n t ( since �� v fairly status. Up r 33 for first 27 �� iator·Savage E ,"- s tern

batt l e.

Their best playCT is Chadwick. who records . I n he conf ren ce I ast year. W'I th h'18 . s p ec d an WIt h go p 1ayfew ot h ers th e S , avagcs I. gh t p ove a t". '-- eat . ;s

.

with freshmen.

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t llI' S year, IlOwcver, th e:y h ave . not stoo d up to expectatIOns. S 0 fa

The GladIators, on

h

vc

strong s qu a d .

who may not turn

H

he

only that h

h ope

ti ed

.

says

arnes

a "...en to last yea , Eastern had place in the canfrr nee

h e past year ha e been

In

s ual.

is Ray

we w i

..... h��d,

only player

Coach Marv Harsnman, a s

both teams

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0' _

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w

on

th e war)

three times. Score for last year!� Glad-

94

peat that sc ore .

clash

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There will be

as 39-0. Lct's reo

no Mooring Mast

late r.

dut: to mid·semester tests.

(Tbe

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Central

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but

w i th PLC lea d i n g 45 to 2 .

ma

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took

the

ball

on

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in t he fourth quarter, d rov

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MARY TOMMERVIKIS

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it over

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blockcd punt 27 yar d s for an oth e r

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down the field to touchdown.

scoring was made on a pa.\S play from Huffman to Ball. the kick failed and PLC was way out in front 33 to 2.

5

48 y ar s to the Cent·

14

P rkla nd

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AS G : ;ie d T

Remember to keep November 22 st aff wants to study ) . for .th e AWS tolo. The time and

to The kick for the extra point wa s good again. and PLC lead 27 to O.

(Our prediction P.L.C. 1 3, Central OJ a stack of $1000 bills 10 make a bil· of booter I'rank Karwoski. orould have to be as high as the Washinaton Monument. Ron Billings then made a spectac­ U. of W. 38 - O.S.C. 13 ular interception on the Lute three iOur prediction U. of W. 27, O.S.C. 1 3 j Home pasturized milk can yard line and PLC march ed 97 y ards

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l C.P.S. 24 - U.B.C. 0 Centr al made two points eaI'ly in p a ce Wil l be lOur prediction, C.P.S. 28, U.B.C. 6j the fastest walking species of ant the third quarter when PLC ·w� .11k :3 feet in 15 seconds or at the rate of 1/7 miles per fo rce ' to kick from hel' own end P.L.C. 45 - Central 9 zone and the ball went over the head � oc re

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be expected of the frosh.

le n Dou glas, with Pres l dlnt • L _ ' mllU l . t. •V l'll.. r al:tlO� .l\ (·lliJ., III ;rs w 110 tv f k ptul were Bab J 0h nsan, . tr, seere· deputy HO\' f:T1lor, Da Ic Kdl tary, lind lld • .',f orkrn, trl!a5UrCf. AI.o W!c \J.!ll! c d a t th .. mC�ling were plans for the HOfllcl:oming float to II · elll e r r ir. thf� pllrad e this Satur-

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they so desin' d, they could specify

a

certain appl icat i on of the Campus

aCe'ly would vow to fulfill in the follow ml\' week. The e xpe r ime nt has ntssag<:-

Devotion

prevrn

linlK'tl.

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i s to bt.. An indicatio � that . come a mecca ior mUS ICians IS shown

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by the wish of the American Guild of

tion here in the Spring. The formal

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The organ h a s such power that

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can be he ard in any part of the bu.iW· ing when being played at top volum e.

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for

team, as

uniform air pressure from t e biOI;'· D fcnse CIS locatcd dcep in the basem ent of L. it E ld . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . Myrna Bug Left Tack l ' . . . . . . . . . . . .Ca r olyn Anderson i the buildiulr, A special prt'.l>surized Dckll>c Ldt Guard .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Jean O l se n unit guards against irregular pres­ Lc�t EI1� . . .: ........... --........ Peh'S"i Logan 'ght To. kle . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . Myrna Shelier sure .in the blower itself, and there Lett Tackle. ............ Lorry unders on Right End . . . .. ..... . ..........Audrey Muhr are also units which stabil ize pres­ Lt'ft Guard . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . .Karen Kvcrn L ine Backer . . "- . . . . . . . . _. . . Carol Edlund sure in the chambers. This makt5 a I

Want to read about Ra mmy's

DROMAT

e icious Seafoods

.Broadway

line-up

I

TAME THOSE SAVAGES!

505

A ccord i ng to B o b ll eUrn. head Gird le coa h, tlw offens" \ 'ill shape IIp som�lh in1! like this : LI'ft F nd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Bernice t'ft Tack le . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . _'. ty Olson . . G"" I.0: l't ��d . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . ..1:." IIe n Hessen C r:nt..-r . . . .. . ........ . . . . .. _H:\rri l \fQrvid; (' d L ' '' R I '; h L . • U 3 r . . .... . . . . . .. . . . . J ... mne I Lln.�rn . · R l ISI1 t Tack lc . . . . . . . . .. an:n Kvern ' R I' nnh t r: " nd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H ('nmn.1 M " yc r I . a r tr::.' I. a [ k . . . . . . . . . . . ...,. Ph ' C to.h n ,><:u . • II IS Lelt H aJf . .. . __Joanne S chwartzwalter Righ t Half . . . . . . . . . . ..... . .. .. . . Kathy B it·ry Fullback · · · · . . · . .· · · · · · · ·. . · · · · ·l ran Bjerkese l

I

Ted S ta nsbie

RA

starting

Right Guard ·· . . . . . . . . · · · · · ·l ea n Djerkesct ! Line B ac e!' ............. Bobbie Birkedall k . R i ght Tackle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kathy Ch a s e : Hallback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Betty Condray . R ght En� . . . . . . . . . . . . � aseh ore H alfback . .......... . ........ Shirley Morgan The Mission Crusaders �rcscl1 ted ! . i Lme Ba cke r ..... . .. .. . . . . . . B .. rn .ce. Olsen Safety . . . . . ......................_ Donna Dunn a p rogram at the Mountam VICW I L i ne Backer ............ Norma McGra th Bustle substitutes will see action Sanatorium, last Sunday afternoon. The program included group sing- H alfback . ... . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . C a ro l B ra ce t oo , th e y be i ng M arian Dall, Carol . ing; violin solos by Ellen McCo·n - H a lfback . . . ._ .. . . . Joa n Schwa r tzwalte r Hanso n, Phyll is Aune, Marilyn Triole, S afety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Naomi Roe Eunice Swenson, and Patt Malver. nel .,' vocal solos by Bob Haycraft '· and Substitute in th e Girdle r oster Referees are "Rammy" and Ted a girls enscrnbk includin.... Ba rbara _ " includ e Barba ra Thouson, Joy K arl. Schonsb)', Bobbie Birk edahl , Ro e sean - 1 will Gilmore , D a rl ene B ro nkh or st, Mary D uring the half-time, Alph a Phi Hartill, Ellen McConnel, •Naomi " na . . . Anne' Sunset, and Faith Builtmann. OmlOga's 'Handsome Harry' will be Gaffaney , .and On ella Lee Onella . > I'me-ups, are. tentative __ Thesc . ' an d 'm aI I c rowncd. Lee also served as accompamst. b a b 1TI ty some chan ges In ' them This group r eg u l arily mak es depu- pro . Remember to keep November 2 2 �her e .wIiI be no M ooring l\fas t tations to the various institutions in due to !Dld-semester tests. (The M ast free for t.he AWS tolo. The time and t h e Tacoma.Parkland arCa .

S P A N A W A Y 5 ,& 1 0

II

two squads.

,I

Possible

of freshme n's Bruising Bustles

and

I

rescntative, a nd to

I

sug t:�ted by D ick Borrud

ancc: wen:

unde r

"flick Sc.helldahl and DEPUTATIONS " 't r gueri tc Thomp · ·

one week

D1tIl'

fGeeting

lineup

Galloping Girdles-upp<:'rdas< women,

attends aJi the meetings.

, io ns n ll'eting yesterday noon in th,�

80 n

I

'c

n

recent

starting

th� Bruising B ustlcs--frc5h men' t h e wel'e <!.nnounQ d by the: c oar h{' � of tht>

;lUn g results.

R on

day .

a

tentative

Organ Now Installed

will be made.

the two Powder Pdf Bowl tcams, the The

LO rr'cdvc a ch.'ptf'r of the organi;a.- chainna nship of Jerry Shdfds, the Came ra C lub demoD' tra l('d l ion , T anm.'UtUj lntcrnation. .. I, the t ri k PLC chapt I' imtmlCd new members photography. Handsome Harry caDat Ii rUIOI:l nil h Id a t ' tdm:$day didate, Sp�'r e(" r Au. t, .vas I ltC I d, night, 'O\'I'rub 5 a t till Xcw 'orker anti Terry SVf"r<is tein W:lS :m no unecd . tl owntown l' ncom a . (. Ilf" In as float chuirrnal l. T h e meeti ng . . • t C .I CS t'ill g WI'th r , .aSCInLlC m Toaslmllstl'.t f o r I li ev Dlllg w as pIC>·v e·d t0 I. Hnnurrd

-4)

Minneapolis 2.

inn.

l

S t rts Today

I


Bottom row, left to right:

Top row, Idt to right:

Marion Cummings

Glen Huffman

to.Jarilyn Djarf

Hele� Littau

Uoyd Eastman

..

Bill Rieke

. Grace. Foew:

Naomi R�

Paul' W'a'ng,mo .

AI Fink

Eleanor Hansen

A WS Sponsors V i king S p onso rs Tolo Saturday Ic e Skat ing Party Hay R ide 7:30 With "Turkey Turn-out" as the theme, the Associated Women Stud-

Gathering i n front of Old Main at 7:30 p.m., girls and their dat es will climb aboard hay-covered trucks for a ha yride to the club hQuse

and St'\'eral others will participate in the evening's entertainment.

Special feature on the program will be a yuke sextet. Included in the sextet arc Anne Stewart, Nancy Hell­ and, Tn'cie Basehore, Rob Swenson, Bob B!"alt)", and J. P. Carlstrom.

Serving of refreshments will climax the evening festivities. A.W.S. tala is the first one o( the semi-annual "�irl-take -boy affairs", held this year at PLC. S{�r.'ing as chairman of the Tolo is Janet Franklin with Gloria Kvinge and Delores Hagevik as co-vice c hai e n. In charge of the various commit­ tees are Jewell Herrid and Nancy Hell­ and for de rations ; Marcie! Fink and LaWanna H r for entertainment; and Joyce Puffert and Betty Jean

rm

co

ube

Cond

ray

for refreshments.

,

,

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Campus Calendar November 21 to December

FRIDAY-

1

8:00 p.m. Fall FC3tival at Trio· be shown by Dr. ity. Slides Steen. 9:30-12 :00 p.m. All school

will

ice skating party at the Arena, sponsored by k.ing Club.

Vi

SATURDAY7:30 p.m. AWS Tolo Hayride to . American Lake.

SUNDAY-

giving LSA "1:00 !p.m. Than1u Service at the Trinity Chapel.

f j

,

MONDAY1 2 : 1 0 p.m. DRG meeting in the Day Room. 12:30 p.m. I..c:tter· men's Club meeting in M-I09. 5:00 p.m. ICC meeting in M.I09. 6:45

p.m.

Prayer

meeting .

in

CMS-Balcony. . 7: 15 p.m. WAA turnout in 7:30 p.m. Camera Club m�ti.ng. in L-I04. 9:00 p.m. Pi Kappa meeting in CM5-122.

gym

.

TUESDAY-

DPK spoDlOred banquet in the for boarding club dining memben. Band concert in the CMS-Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.

hall

WEDNESDAY1 2 : 10 thru Monday at 8:00 a.m., Thank'sgiving vacation.

Band t:o Present: Concert: Tuesday Evening in CMS

Who6s Who Picks Eleven Seniors for .19·5 3 Honors lSA To Hold Specia l Se rvi ce

Forsenic Squad Gets First: Test: coming princess I Roli. At: Denver M eet I Madlyn Ann

3; FTA 4; Honor

Puyallup, Djad. This year's PLC forensic squad · Alpha Sigma Lambda 2; ICC 2; Sa ga will meet its first test of strength 3, Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Curtain during the Thanksgiving vacation, l Call 3, Parlimentarian 3; Press ' Club j ourneying to Denver, Colorado for : 3; Ski Club 3; .Tassels 4; LDR 4; thc Western Specch Association tourn- Honor RolL ament . Lloyd Eric Eastman. Bre me on: The tournament, scheduled for Nov: Basketball I, 2, 3; German Club 2, 25, 26 and 2 7 , is held in connection treasurer 2 ; Lette n s Club 2, 3, with the annual WSA convention, and 4, pres d nt 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4; Track is a contest for the' forensic champion- 2; Toastmaster's 3, 4; Bl ue Key 3, 4; Sacred musio:. will be provided by a prepared. Student Council 3, 4; ASB representa. ship of the 11 Weste states. KarFeatured i n the program is a vocal trio composed of Ma� E berg, Composed enti ely of senior div- tive 3; ASB vice-president 4. en Kvern and Jean Fneske. accompanied be' will which ensemble ision speakers, Coach Theodore 'Karl's . AJvin Dale Fink, Odessa: Letter"The offering will be given to PLC team leaves by train for Denver men's Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; by the band in ,iSongs of Faith", Bueltmann. Lutheran Student Action and will help early Sunday morning. Alan Hatlen, Track 2; Lettermen's Chorw 2, 3, 4; Olson, Faith Bernice Marlene Hovland, Beverly Tranum, fill the PLC quota, vice prC3ident Hal John Osburn, John Rydgren, Dick ICC 2 ; Blue Key 3, 4, president 4; Ruddick stated. He further explained, Borrud, Janet Klippen and Edith Toastmasters 3, 4; ASB treuurer 3; Steve Brandt, Reid French, Bill and Dick Myking compose the octet. "all con t bution to LSAction g o into En el w i l l be out to maintain PLC's (Continued o n Page 4 ) The 53-pi('ce band, undcr the direc­ L.S.A. will commemorate Thankstion of Harky Chris topherson, will appear in concert next Tuesday eve­ giving this Sunday e"ening with a ninK, 8:00 p.m. in the CMS audi­ special service in the Trinity Lutheran torium. A Thanksgiving theme will Chapd at 7 p.m. Dr. ]. P. Pflueger, professor in philbe followed. Versitality will be shown in the osophy and religion will deliver the contrasting light and classical music. message at the service in remembrance Several novelty numbers have been of the fathers of the United States.

I

ns

� j�! �

Re

a

Kathy

Schwerin, �

Nadine

ri s n t y Lutheran stud : n · and :n!:" !e::;� o��

Andrtsen

_..s... sequined uniforms, 'will .... both single and double batoos. Nadine

�orm WI

will also 1010 with a lighted. batOD. A arrangement

of

will

devotions.

Dry . Bones.. will in�uoe ea secuOil Ul -, S eh · Ie-: I . CIU ., E Ie.-&.. 1Iii_ iDSttU ments. F:uth BudtmaDD wm pia the piccolo sol0 "In 'Stan aDd ! A t Fiint M eatingStripes Forever." " . .. V 1.estrud will sing "Some- "T P Paul Yoder

whe

�:::� .:: g

:se;. ':a:: n: �

:�

e re i t :: e t h l :Oy: Everett Savage will offer the open- ago at Fresno, eali£oroia, the Lutes ·th ing prayer and Dave Nesvig give dominated both debate and individual

in their new black

"

:;:

one the Way," accompanied.

Opp....

...ay

events.

The Denver tournament, which is

expected to attract speaken from some 70 Western colleges, features compe·

in e

tlW:

The

�ti

�P

The

tmann

.4ll v � OU ean Eat " n Them OJ · e •.r L,nne Ba1llJ.uet T � uesdary ��

Some seventy guests were present tition ;n d,bate, ono'0'Y. d"cu,,;on, Thunday "" ning a. th, Linne Sodety extempore and after dinner speaking. banquet dinner, held in the FriendDebaten will consider the national ship Room of Trinity L"40theran debate topi� ''R.C3olved: that the ·church. Congress of the Uni� States Should The banquet W3I planned to folloW ' Enact a Fair Employment P�ctices a unique .logan, "All you can eatLaw." All of �e PLC represc:ntativea uJ) to a certain point." That point, according to club adviser, wu w�. will pter debate. . . broad subject for extemp 11 each and every turkey wu to.biI Poli�." '"The U. S. Forei "last·most" bone. �. lpeden draw I peciflC tOpiCS 45 m IDFeatured s�er of the evening �ttI. before &peaki�g, each topic deal- wu �am Brown, Dire4!tor of Public su� R�latlons of Weyerhauser Tim r Co. �ng 10 some way �th th� gen � be . Ject. Those entenng diSCUSSion �ilI HIS VItal speech on conservation wu

by the band. Barbara Hedlund aDd The �p cold air gray skies and cs Morris Hendrickson qf the dramati the fint meeting of the Ski 'Club interp nt de retive shows that w t r is on its way. The give . partme readings. Ski Club met Tuesday night with a ' Committee chainnen �clude .Pqcy la.ge turnout of ' Scandinavian .k.i , Asper, advertising; Faith Bud enthusiuts. ltaging; and Eldon Davis, invitations. The purpose of meetin wa!I to get the dub organized. an for Do you. know a former PLCite election of offieen. The following tackle the problem of �t combattlOg w ff " who is now in the service? ere elected to o ice: Topper" e threat of comm rusm Tasaeb are compiling a list 01. Neilaon, president; , and after � Duane Romo, � . serVicemen .and women so the Inner .peaken qwp about vice president; Connie Jacobson" re. � _ M ern ..ti1QQRING MAST can be: sent to Edu:.atton. od elected secretaryj , J. P. Car15trom., Hatlen, Klippen, Borrud, Engel, ICC . representative; Ros .them. Roth and Osbu Please put their name and. adare slated to enter d bate, treaJurer. The matter � � . es and messes in�the folder marked "Cirexte p, d nner lScuulOn and ter di . an adviaer wu left in question for the � ' Oil" that is hanging on the John Rydgren . PLC 's sole time being. entry In oratory, and Wi waiJ. bulle:tin board in the Mast ll a.Iso com· . . After the meeting colored mOVIe. pete in debate, discussion, and after '�fice in the' SUB. "1 were shown on �xal skiing. dinner speakin .

will

rt

'

r

Leed

o.

ie

rn

rme

down

ra1

�:u

s�g.

g

af �

featured with a te�,hnicolor movie, "The New Paul Bunyan," fllmed at a cost of ove� $50,000 near Everett. On the �ghter side of the program mwu::.al numben· by Jean F��ke, soprano, and Connie Hansen, Planut. . A cOmID.l�tee heade . Foege, worktog to conjunction With

were .

. � � G�ce

the" executive council, made possible the success of

this annual function.


M tJ::V

THE MOORING MAST

'l ite Mooring

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1 5

Pacific

PublUhed every Friday during the Icbool year by INdents of I LiJtheran College as lecond cla$! matter, , 1 25, at the POIt Office at arkland, .uhington 9 2 Office: tudent Union Telephone: 8611 Subscription price---4 1.50 per year GRAHN Entered

October W

P

S

GRanite

BDITOR-IN-CHlEL ............................... .............PHYLLIS ASSOCIATE EDITOR ........ ...................... _.MARIE INDERGAARD NEWS EDITOR....... . .... .. . .................ELWOOD RIEKE BUSINESS MANAGER... . ..............WALT SCHWINDT AD MANAGER... ... . . . . . ....... .. ..BILL ROBINSON AD SOLICITOR5... ...... ................ JIM JOHNSON, KAY STEVENS CIRCULATION MANAGER... . ... .. ........ . THELMA NYGAARD _ MARLYS SALTERBECK EXCHANGE EDITOR... ... . ANN& STEWART ASSOCI�iMJ���····HARTW.·iG;···ioAN ·ENRG����� PSAHL JEll."-V SLATTI JM, GINN.Y GRAHN, � SKJERSAA , ,,-,-. DON NA ERICKSON;· · BILL BARBER ' FEATURE WRITERS ....... , .................................... .JACK JOHNSON BOB NIELSON, GEORGE RUTHElU'ORD Pnn"d by La

c,�.�::;��t���TA��

..,. 4

Eleven Seniors Bid Adieu To Pacific Lutheran Fo��ball '

With the 4 1 - 7 Lute victory over the Univer.ity of British Columbia. I I seniors had donned the Gladiator uniforms for the last tim,. All but on, of th, e1,ven had play,d coll'g' ball for four years ; three have auended other colleges ; and four have won PLC varsity letters for four years. 'To [he student body, the

.1 I

Caught I,..

"It costs more to fail tha.n it docs to succeed ."

\ \

Dr. Eastvold

vi !l:i la nc e is the price of lilxrty:'

"The 'world ma y Ix a ml"S! but th e rl" i s one thing worSl", that the mess

s

is in us.

Pa .H o r n _ K. David on

,

Tacoma

"Thl" li fe of a Christ ia n should be a wirn('�s of the pow e r of God." "A stony twart nf'eds to be takrn ou t and thl" heart of the Lamb, Jesus

in."

Christ. ]Jilt

"\Yc

c ' a n o n l y k e e p 11in! when Wf' �harc Ilim " Rev.

;l

Director of EI· ngr l i

" ·I " n .... posrd \0

nn!'

"EI r n

and tTtI!' n · l i i:! ipll n("\"I'r hal.,. \wrn, alld

�( i , IICf"

11

an"tlif' r "

1lI\"1·1cOIiIl"( i

"Bd101d thl' Lalll "BEHOLD

l;

YOl'R

you i n the rllrantilllr."

truth i s hf,tln than

ml .

nn-rr

F.LC e,l n

b,·. op-

l:tlnishrd ("fror."

H e cOn!l'«h af.(ain.

Be hold

Mr.

His purposl' for

Vnnl" Larvik,

World

be with u s all throuj.!h 1ifr " "Concentratr on some

M issiona ry

14

Prayer League

have a duty to form attiludl"! which will

rolirc:r WI'

unselfish intrrrst to avoid eOITtous attitudes."

"Happiness lies within."

Kat hy

man ilnd

undcd

Be tty

He nric ks,

the

-

;

publ icity

were

the

famous words of

Associated

t :llJh

this

Sunday

Hanson, p c sidc n t , at-

F ou r Sta t e

Camera Club·

"\'0 back , ,1.(0 back to the woods,"

Ch,Uf-

Women Students convention at Wash-

with

ington State Colkgc in Pullman, No-

went

vcmbn 7 t h and 8th,

vario us places around

1952.

Problems that were discussed came und�r

the

of:

topics

general

Have AW S ? "

"Why

These were answered in

' three groups: 1 . exchange ideas; 2 . to

promote

participation

from

from

the campuses

Oregon,

California,

in

and

the

Washington, Idaho

had

on

a

picture-taking

Campus Devotions

Gilbreath gave the message in

Special music was

next portion was at a bu

Dick

Borrud.

.

many pic­

med -over for­ PLC. Some

P

Aha

.

to

filthn.

i

"Hnc·s

my

I

r"'port ' thry turn his end.

i t '� tnrihk:'

' 'Ve

girls

in

.h

Our

slogan-·'A word to thr wide is

suffi cient."

Shortcst story on eart h . Huh?

,

I�

I

e� u? ts r�r his n i� k n�m c­ . .

o f the hilrdest drivrrs on thf' sll\lad, 'hiCh

ac

M!,!k 1 ta l n , Thls BA major IS best . . qUIrk plays throu,-:h the Imc, and

on

until

h i s foot

was hurt last yr;;lr, did

ali of the puntin.li(. Sixty-minute tackle, Cha rle... Fon-

land,

is

an

cducaflon

Lincoln i n Tacoma. In

major

1951

year letterman was given all-confer-

fast on offense, and he didn't look too bad running that seven yards for

1

a touchdown against UBC-the firsts of his career. Thrce-year kane, fensive

lettennan

Dick Griswold, and

defensive

from

Spo­

has played of­ guard.

In

his freshman year, Dick played' in the backfield on the jv squad. ris, an education major, will not let anyone

C

QUALITY REPAIRING - DYEING

1------. 1

He s

Cl.'ll1e through his side of the line. is one of the better tadler! and play (Continued on Page 3 )

a

At

a

recen

senior class meeting

plans for a senior revue in the spring were

discus.sed

at

dgroup

the

lenior

class

meeting October 30, and a committee to look into the possibilities were chos­

committee.

Joan Gardner. Marilyn Werner are on the

Campus capers ' call 'or Coke 'l:he hour hand moves fast the �t before exams-lois of fIIOUDd to oover uuI panic setting in. To relax and refresh? That's easy.

from

t h i s four-

ence second team honors and was elected cc·captain for 1952. A stonewall on defense, Charlie moves out

Vh huh!

Philippians

Art's Shoe Shop Garfield Street

the

Mcmo to those who WIsh to redu ce.

..... .... __ . E phesi ans 6

__.:=======-_ ., II'

that

"Wall,·d·Off Astoria."

Luke I S Romans 3 .Romans 1 2

4 20 . . ............ Revelation 21 21 Sunday. ...... .. . .. . . _John 1 : 1 -1R 22 . . .... . . . ..... ..._... ....... . .. 23 . ...... __ 24 25 Christmas. ......

t

the dorm have a new nil me fo r theIr . . I e y r!"ir r to I. t as the

rcsld('n('{·.

.. Psalm.s 23

.

n

u d c. ,s a n d

-------

en. Bev Green.

an

18

is hard to move, and is smart at an­

)

. . ............ John 1 7

.

17 .

a 60-minute guard,

accomplishments I

Hanick, and Glenn

singing led by

Parkland.

Afur a day of fun and exploration the group came back-proud of their

Bible

prayer,

to

tun::s were taken of the wildlife. The

solo by Marguerite Thompson. The devotional half hour also included reading,

hike

The first part of the hike centered

around Tulc Lake where

11' i

16

is

has speed along with good size, and

Senior Class Revue

Campus DevotiOn! Thursday noon in

the tower chaJ>e1.

cam r ras and tripods, the group

very good �ilhouettes were taken here. AWS's

bto:en invited to attend.

Stu

Armed

aetivitie�; cst about fiv� miles from

.in

a n d 3 , set u p school standarcb. Representatives

Camera

afternoon.

mfnts

Mat\.ht'w l' : 1 - 1 8 MaUh('w (j : 1 �j-:J·I ........... _ .. __ _ . 1\1 at thew 7 . . _ . . . . . . . John 1 4 . . . . . .. . . . . . . . John l .�

G n iversal Bible Sunday

19 .

Dr. Vernon Ut7.inger

AWS 4-State Meeting

11

team. Barney

F ullbaek AI '"Fink played h is first '27 c;'lTd O;.,d .;] nd one of yours I found i n ", , I'salms V i tilt' ;lttl(. vrilt of collcKe football under the . . . _ l '"al m s !IO rq� the nurse discou ragin.1.( tl vac- � rilTlson ilnd K;ey of Washing t on Statl' I � a i a h ·11) UUIll ,;dnm;11l " " You might try thr : College and Girlie :0 PLC as a sopho­ Isaiah ;, :, i\!att he w ;, : ! -:!I) propk next door. \Vc usc tlu'irs and mon· . Lmil he was h u r t Al was 011/·

.. .. ............ .. . ... _Psalms

.. .. . . .... ._. . .. . ... .... .... ... .. . . . 12 .... . ... ........ . .. . . ... 9

10�.

13 .

ExccutilT Srcretary

"Whik we arr in

6

sr;.t::eq.. Conference aJ a· guard ·ilnd. &Ol lOrs on the we't coul"',mall college �

Brog PLC.

Notl";

Nov. 27 Thanksgiving. ..Psalms 10� 28 .................... ..... ........... I'salms !ll 29 . ................... Psnlms J 2 1 3 0 Sunday l'salms 1

8 ..

that takrth :lway the s i n of the world."

of God enD

lections on .this tbeme.

2 . 3 . 4 .. 5

given first team honors in the Ever­

M

7 S und a} ............ !liattlww ."j : 2 -:--·1 R

Dr. William Strunk

presents the

W., R.ay Barnes PLC. In 1951 he was

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better t ha n when three �uJd-bc tacklrn come at him, lay th('m low . Hillsboro, Oregon's Roger Madsen has played three yean of football at P.L.C., tram(�rrd to ase for his sophomore r('ar, lettering in hi8 junior year. He has played halfback and fullback, and is majoring in biology. Bec.l.Use of t-he way he runs, d�5Il't. where he'll go; e 'l l. cut, jump; or hurdle the tackler. Roger has earned the title of . "Crazy Legs". A Vl':ry fast back, he sci the team in.the right frame of .tn� wilb h;is 8.1 yafd kickoff �turn at the peni g of the UBC gam'e . He is a othe r plays inspired ball. The only tbe squ<ld, Ole Magnuson also education major from Lincoln, Tacoma. He has played four yea,s :\t PLC-as of­ fensive and defensive tackle. In 1951 was n:\med to tbe all-conft'fence first team, and by his team-mates, for 1952. Magnuson F s­ land could be called the "Tackle twins" , as he, too, s a de nsive offensive yards to a TD on a also the first Ce tr l a ec r.

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mcm�TI ohhls scm , s conf!rmatlon class, c.onduc.ted by Rn', Kelmcr Roc, will � co nf i rmed Sunday ('v('ning, 7:30, in thC" Chapel . ri n it Y LuthcrafJ Church. Dr. E. B. Steen will conduct the litu rgical of S C- I "\ I C C- : D r. Easl\'old will dr li r r the ,ermon. Rites of Confirmation and . ' . re. be baptism will Ix iv e n by Rr \,. KeJ,rnc-r RO(". Representing the cia" In ' The PLC campus Will decked sponse is Jim .Schroed('r. . . the Chrium;u trimmings ManWith . . :....; j.,;,,::.. ":".: ...-:'-., ' '''':': n,.........N.... R . ....d�.. . .!ShiTrt=v· gusc hing:. · l\tarlanl ·t..:a·z;rn�io; ;:�lfry"':,:'(in ;... Rt·id FrC'nch, JanC't Moe, Al"hild Romtvedt. Jim S chr()('der, jeanrtte 'Waltt'f5, of Blue Key, with Bob Ross and Don e R co-chairmen. as se 4" a nd , R om o na Wat�in� arc- the ·confirmands. Alan Hatl4"R, L.S.A. presid4"nt, will prrSI'nt c-ach with Ihe L.S.A. pin. Li.lI were potted yesterday, di�iding the .tudrnt body into five group5: l nrl udrd 011 tht' pro� ram arr organ ' sdections by Barbara Hedlund, Old Main, SUB, Scic-nce Hall, a nd I('nor solo, "Tht' Twc-nty-Third Psalm," by Reid Fre-ne-h. Ushers are and Library. At 6:30 p.m., the stud­ Bruce Dahl, Reinhold MillC'f, Clayton Oldac4"r and Roy Tri bt- . Following the t'nu are to go to the particular build­ servin· rdatin's an d fric-nds of thr �roup arr invilrd to a recrplion in the ing to which they have been assi gned frirndship Ronm ('If the pa r i �h housl'. Mr�_ Roe, Miss Anne K nu dson and and look up the Blue Kt'y Naomi Ro(, wi ll s e rv e. who is in charge of that In t hr paU eight srml'stC'u Ihrrc- hav4" bt-('n 35 women and 53 men They are also asked to bri:'lg as pain oC sciuors as thC'y can, and ('onfi flnants. This rlass, larger than avcra,!:r. brings the total to 99. Next wear old c1othe-s. srme-stn ' � class b'-'l;� i n s thr s('cond week of February. FollOwing the decorations-at Qr 9:10 p.m.-the A WS is Ekvrn

Ron B i l l i ngs. scar defensiv� player of PLC's championship footba l l team. has been named [0 the 1 9 5 2 A J..t-i'\merican defense rcam, i t was learned this wcpk in an Asso(i.lt�d press release. B i l l i ngs. termed b y Coach Marv Harshman ,15 [he No . 1 de­ fensive back i n small college c i rcJ(>s i n [he Northwest. joi ns (wo

other formcr PLC gridiron gre-ats who made thr Auoc iatcd Pn:n Little All ..\merican tc-am. twice Mal"\' · '-ommt'rvlC'K named, in 1940 and 1 9 4 1 , and Don D' Andrra was picked for the squad in 1947. Bi lli ngs, 'Iike . Tommervick, made it as a junior, so he has a good cha"�,�� .... ..:�.. � '!WIlt '.y:,-.-

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defensive back in small college foot ball in the Norlhwesl, and he looked as �ood as apy of the defenden last S.·uurday in Ihe Washington Wash­ ington State game at Spokane."

Ron startrd playing football in his unior yt'ar at Lincoln high school on thr d l"fr nsivr platoon a.nd C'ontinuc-d as mch aftrr C' omin Q; . to PLC. Last yra r he wc- n t in for onr play on of­ Ron Billings, dcfensive back on I-he frmi ve an� wa s injured, and this yea r Rydgren to Portray Lute eleven, this week named to the he has brc-n use-d only oc cas iona ll y team. for offl"nsivr du ty. His s('crl"t love is Scrooge in Dicken 's to pla y a 60 mi nu t!" �amr. along with �roup caroling. "Hr's too va lu a blc- to us on dr­ A r o n tnt for the best decorated �Christmas Carol" fe-nsr t o ri sk i nj u ry on offrmiv('," building w�1 be in effect, with Thl' c ast for thr "nnunl prrsrnta­ Harshman dl"clart'd. prize �oin .R: to the winning tion of D i d r ns' "Christmas Carnl", Many heli("vr that i f he wrrt· uSt'd T� judges wi ll be from the Thr tin.� ling Christmas spi r it is has twrn announct'd. Cu rta i n Call is in offrnsivr rod" he wou ld lX' not hing at Ch:lirmrn of the groups arc: charll.r of th(" production which will onCi' again i n Ihr air, and once again jim ja('gC'r, Bob Johnson: but thr brsl. thr m u s i C' d,.parlmC'nt is the s o u r c r of br ,lZin"n the n ight of thr Christmas When askrd hnw hI'" fdt Ron fr­ Lloyd Eastman, Gordon W ickne r ; pr('\';l1lin� spirit With their hanqurt: all proceeds go t o c ha r i t y this plied, "I fc\.t thl"rr WC-fr somr otha Old Main-Don Keith, Ron DdugThe following s tude- n u a rr ta k in g many sl" rvi cr s and progra ms on schcd­ lass, P:1II1 Wangsmo, AI Fink; Science players who wl"Te j u st as desrrving uk they wi l l Ix a ppl" a rin � quitt· often. part: -Bill Ri l' kr , jim Kauth; and CMS---;- PLC's forensic squad met its first as I was." The annual Christmas concut wiD Rich Stuhlmiller, Vt'rn Lrstrud, and rompetition of the- yrar at De nve r , lksides playin.'t football, Ro n has . .J ohn R y dg rrn Snoogt' Colorado, last wt'e k . Though tht' y di d won Irur;rs in basketball and base­ Spe nce r :\ust be given on De(('mber 14 at 3:30 p.m. Ron Bucholtz. Cra tchit 5wreping victory prr- ball his two prrvious years on the jary SIa.ltum which will be taprd for broadcast, Nephew The upper SU'B will be decorated notmrrpo:at their f e ou n and at If p.m. On Friday, December Lut!" campus. Harshman attributes Bob johnson Collector . beginning at noon on Saturday, De!�: :��: :er: d � ::�: : :o;::��� his defensive ability to the fact that 19, it will be given again in chapel. Gho�t of ChriSlma5 Past cember 6. able showing. he play� both basketball and base­ john Osburn The program will coruist mainly of Christmas carols by the Choir of the The t ou rna men t , sponsored by the ball. Ghost of Chr i stma� Prc� nt Western Spuch Association, wal hcld What Harshman is really happy Tom Swindland West. two numbers by the ladies only, several Messiah chorus numbers by D r. Eas t"0ld on on the campus of Denver University. over is that Roc will be back next Gholt of Christmas Future \ the combined rcstival Chor�, two • Representatives of somc- 60 colleges year. Ke-n :-\ndc-non o'gan ",I", by �". By..d F,itls. and and universities in the 1 1 west!"rn a RadlO Sun d v s \-larky's Ghost .... M orris H endric kson , ' states met to ' compete for the champ­ the band. Young Scrooge . . . .. . .... Elmore Duncan B4"sidcs this main program, the choir Beginning with the fint Sunday of ionship of Western United Statcs. Campus Calendar Scroogc' s Swe'et h c-art has on schedulr sCV4" ral morro Tuesday, December, Dr. Seth C. E:ut...old will Coach TheodoTt: Karl brought 10 DECEMBER 5 - 1 2 Jean Christiansen Deccmbc-r 2, thc-y presented a selec­ give the first of a series of broadcasu the mret six senior division speakrTS, Nancy Tunnan tion of carols and other Christmas O\'c-r station KTNT, 1400 on the Alan Hatlen, John Osburn, Janet FRIDAYMrs. ·Cratchit 3:00 p.m. Faculty-Student music to the narration of the Christ­ radio dial, at 8 a. m . Klippen, Edith Engel, john RydTwo Daughtrrs ....... LaW,mna Huber tivit v committee meeting in Mpresented by the grcn and Dick Borrud. Edith E.ngel Marion Leonard mas story by a Senior High School Music will be 1 1 4 ; 8:00 p.m. PLC vs Seattle Choir 9( the West, under the direction entered senior women's after dinner Paul 015cn girl at Fort Lewis. Tiny Tiro . U i n Seattle at the Civic Audi­ of Mr. Frederick Ne nham. Dr. speakin g for the fint timc, and fin­ Brother J im Olsen Monday, DecembC'r 8, the Choir of Eastvold h:u chosen as h�IS theme for ished in third place. John Rydgren torium; C3pping ' of Nurses at ... Glen Johnson the West will p rc-sent another annual the initial broadcast, "Only Hope i for fourth in P('ader . E.mmanuel Hospital. Portland, senior men's ora­ t ed Marian Christ- -program at the American Lake Hos- for the World." The directors Ore.; High School Basketball tory, while Alan Hatlen tird for iansen, Edna McCall, and Harriett pita!. Tuesday, they will broadcast On the third Sunday of December, third and John Osburn tied for fifth jamboree in the gym. directors a re from thr Winthrop Hotel in Tacoma Shull. The associate SATURDAYthe 14th, the program will be over in senior men's extemp. Kathy Hinrichs, LaWanna Huber, at 6:30. Wednesday, they will take station KMO, 1 360 on the dial, at 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Student their part in the radio play, Christmas Peppcrdine College, though they an d Diane Bassett. Nurses tests in S-108; 8:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Dr. Eastvold will be the won only one fint place trophy, reCarol. PLC VI Central at Ellensburg, speaker each Sunday. cei�d enough places to win the senWash.: 9:30 p. m. WAA-sponsor­ ion division sweepstakes, followed by cd Roller skating party at South the U ni venity of Southern Califomia. o Annual APO Blood "M Tacoma Roller Bowl. Ie • Pa'!'.. Lo, Angel" City College fini,hed on top among junior division �ntrantJ. SUNDAY6:00 p.m. LSA Chri!tmas Party; Drive Dec. and 10 Ra 10 r ction u 8:00 p.m. Confirmation Service The D.R.G. will have its annual Operation Mosquito, PLC's own :r at Trinity Lutheran Church. 0 8 • 8roa cast . Robert Hernes,. a PLC graduate, MONDAYChristmas party on December 9, a blood drive, i. now in full swing! semi-formal dinner at the Top of the Beginning next week the Red Cr'OIS Pour w«ks of continuous rehea�t hal been appointed County Superin12:10 p.m. DRG meeting in the Ocean at 6:30 p.m. blood bank will be here on the campus will come to a dima x Sa turda y, De- teodent of the Thunton County Day oom ; 1 2 :30 p.m. Letter... Miss Margaret Wickstrom and 'Mn. for a number of days. and each per- c be 6, em r when the play "Monkey'� schools, as of December I , 1 952. He men's Club meeting in M- I 09j Pe ggy Miles will attend AI faculty son who hal registered will then do- Paw;' is tape re corde d by the can rceeived his B.A. in 1 948, his B.E. 1 :30 p.m . Choir sings at Steila­ . advisen. All former day girla havt:, nate, � n � � 1 . and is now a candidate for 9 fO�. <I: radio produc::o . coom; 5:0Q.p.m. ICC meeting in � 'been invited to take part in thi. This y�r PLC is COOlpc1iDa: with . . M-I09; 6:30 p.m. All students . Mo?key,s Pa� IS a half hour dinner. He has taught at East Olympi.a, . the other coUeges in the EvergreeD help decorate Ihe campus. ))e\ dz amauc pcod ctlOn. he pia op e ns ! : � !. Th05e girls "Who are coming to the Conference for a trophy to Yelm, Highlin4", and was" principal of TUESDAYaffair are: Barbara. EIli., Barbara awarded to tbe school with the high- With the Wh t !e family rece.lvlng a Tumwater the �pring of 1952. 8:00 a.m . to 5:00 p. m. Blood y s paw as a gIft from cu rsed monke Howard, Barbara Scheels, Sally AI- cst pe rcentage of donors. . . the p.aw are Dorothy Fristoe, his wife, is also a Unit at the SUB; 8th period to a soldier. AccompanYing . . stead, Sharon Morgan. Betty Ander- Therr wd. al o be compclltlon graduate of PLC. 5:00 p.m . Choir r4"heanal in the be- three wishes which can be made by � � son, jaoet Bai rd, Edna Sackett, tween gaOlzat Chapel; 6:30 p.m. DRG dinne" �ons on camp�•. When any member of the family . The fate Jl"anette Walter, Beverly Green, Janet re g.lslc- f�l�ng, eslgnat at "Top of the Ocean"; 6:30 p. e to , hlch dub of these three ..wishes on the family � Assisting in the production are: . ,: . Shaw, Phyma .Maltzahn, Harriet YO Il". Spurs m('eting in S(;cond Ooor e o Anita Hellbawu. director; Bob Brog, Shull, Lucille �Whrelcr, . BeaHa L.am- �od��s I:h: la� ��:�I; �� turn serves as plot . for the play. lounge; 7:00 p.m. Gennan Club I�c1ude d In the cast are: Mr. sound man; Alan Freed, musical dir­ . � ,, �y Glimore, Gerry bat, Bea HahSC meeting in CMS-122; 7:00 p.m. in regis�ratjon blanks. . White, Glenn Werner; Mrs. White, ector; Morris Hendrickson, engineer. Thompson, Nadine Andresen, Carol . . . LSA council meeting in [", 1 16;. Paul, L.aV.p nne Hugdahl, Patty Sponsof l ng thiS dflve IS AI�ha Phi Jean Christian.u:n; Herbert, VernOD An announcement will be inade 7 : 1 5 p.m. Alpha Sigma Lambda. Prrkins, Anita Hellbaum, 'Sh�Y Omega. Chuck Gunnenon 15 com- Lestrud; Morris, Glen Johnson, and when the tape recording goes over -. mittee chairman. radio. Sampson, Dale Kelle r. Busching, and Lucile Lcntz. (Continued on Page 4)

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ICC Representatives: President's MeetfllCJ

On Monday, November 4, a joint 2 meeting of the I.C.C. reptf!sentative and ilieir club's presidents was held. President Lloyd Eastman call�d the meeting to ord�r .ra:np the general business was discussed. Don Kei th gave a speech and �tressed the im­ portance of each dub's president in relation to the I.C.C. representative. After a discussion of club problema the meeting was dismissed.

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DEADLINE-TUESDAY EVENING! Deadline, yes, but how many people keep it? Everyone has deadlines to meet-though they don't always realize that they are deadlines. To the reporter or to any member of a paper staff it means that all copy, heads, and ads mu�t be in at that specified time. In order to meet this deadline, there must be close cooperation among (.veryone from the reporter! on up to the editOr! and managers. They know what the deadline is and what their regular assignments for that issue are. If they don't meet the deadline, they also know, it means their job. The same is true on the MOORING MAST. It takes about 200 inches of type at 40 words per inch, plus the ads, to fill the paper. That's equivilent to an 8000 word term paper. For one person to do that each week, it would require about 40h ours of 'work. That is to say nothing of the ad soliciting or the business manag-ing. Yet the work-and it is work---of putting out a MOORING MAST each week falls on the shoulden of about four or fivebut moatly on the ad manager, the associate editor. the editor, and the news editor. There are reporten, but they, thougb thty do have regular beats, have to be reminded each week that thert is a MOORING MAST and their storits are to be In by Tuesday night. That's efficlency for you. However, the reporters alone are not to be blamed. It is jU!lt a! the responsibility of the readers of the paper to help by turning in their idea! and news tips as it is for the reporters and writers to get their stories in on time. Without the help and cooperation of the students, it is quite hard, in fact, practically impossible to put out a paper. Yet, when there is no paper, the average student will complain: "How come there im't a MAST week ?" and when the paper docs come out, usually it is: "When are we to get a bigger paper, how come do we only have a five column paper when they said at the first of the year, the MAST was to be bigger this year?" To put out a papn requires more time and work than most people n-alize. When the stories come in they must be copy-read, the heads written, and thcn taken to the printers where they are sect in type. A "galley" proof is then made, to also be proof-read and corrected. Then the paper is set in a "flat·bed" press form and the pages laid out. The whole works are tightened up, put on the press, the the press begins to roll, and in about an hour, the MAST is ready to be delivered. Just why is it that there is not more enthusiasm wqere the MOORING MAST is concerned ? Because the MAST is an extracurricular activity? There certainly is enough journalistic talent on this campus to put out <:. first-rate paper. In order to have a top quality paper, everyone must help. If you were on your high school paper, why not volunteer to do your something on the MAST? Many hands make light work-to quote one old proverb. You take it from there.

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The oldest alum present and the first to arrive for the 1952 Homecom­ ing, November 7.9, was Rudolph Hamrey from Kindred, North Dakota. He entered l?LC in 1901 and graduated in 1903 from the com­ mercial dee.artment, played baaket­ and is now a retired farmer.

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mor-mongers to a single valid criticism of our paper, and would wager (if it were permitted) that not oae of them is capable of compiling, editing, or dreaming up a proeatation of. the new., half so iD5piring as that to which we are exposed at present. I fail to see how anyofle can gaze at the naming headlines which char­ acterize our paper, and yet not.appre­ ciate the excellent coverage of breath­ , taking �ents and soul-stirring tics so rife on our campus. Loyal Lutes, I urge you and crush this ignoble menact 'ere the spirit of our staff is hroken and they, feeling that their noblt and untiring devotion to duty a� not appreciated, permit this literary ma!terpiece, this pearl among swine, this gem of gems, to degenerate into a dull, uninteresting, uninspiring, and second­ rate rage! GEORGE RUTHERFORD

Neath the campus li�hts of PLC We stroll hand in hand together; We talk of things we see, And chat about the we:>.ther.

-Kenny ADdenon

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Together we sing our favorite SODg5 Those sung in your day and mine, Tunes that we hum along, Keep us remembering others in time.

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Add alternately, sift penonal ing�dients and one cup activity and pep. \ Blend in a generoul pOMion of God's Word and leave !he finishing touches to Him, who is the "author and finisher of our faith" and who will make us "perfect in every good word". He�in is trub,happiness.

"In evaluating your college cducation, let me prcsent four words. 'Horizon: Ohligation: Perserverancc: Energy.' 'Here you havc HOPE!' " Dean Philip Hauge "If you want new adventure, why don't you find it in the Lord Jesus?" "His one desirc is not to punish sins, but to forgive." Pastor La Verne Nelson, Tacoma "Dcsirc is a moving power m our life." "God d,==sires to guard our de­ sires " "Covetousness is the master sin." "God wants to increase our con· ' tenmlent." "My cup runneth over." Rev. Kclmer Roe · "If we are to reflect His light we must be ncar him." "The glory of the light. is not determined by the light in us but the light of God in us." Dr. E. C. Knorr "Let us give thanks always, not only Thanksgiving Day, for all things, through Christ Jesus." Dr. S. C. Eastvold "Mix your work and your pleasure and let neither have too great a part in your lifc." Rev. Roy Olson

We laugh about something said, And smile on with happiness Knowing the joy in Our Lord, Living our lives full of gladness.

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As thc calJlPus lights kcep glowing, Our thoughts go on to other things; The moon and stars all showing The works of the King of Kings.

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Ron Billings . Little All-American. Out of the thousands of small colleges throughout the United States there are only 22 football players selected for th �s honor. Ro� is one of those rare three sport lettermen plaYing most of hiS football at defensive halfback. i-Iowever. all of Ron's value has not been entirely at this defensive post. having played offensive halfback.

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PLC', football learn, champions of the Evt"rgrecn Conference for 1952, will be honored at a b:anquet present- . . • ed in their honor Thursday evening, Deccml:N=r I I , at 6:15 p.m. in BethleOJX'ning the basketball season with quarterback and during the past season, .end on certain occasionJ. . hem Lutheran Church. . a "bang", the PLC glad;aton ".�1 Thus d'lipIarmg · the aII·around "-COlt!TIty f a true All -Amerlcan. Ron Every there is a champioruhip UP L,'ttle All . Coast to Seattle University thi. evening, ,Dehas the uncanny ability that never allows a pan receiva to �t behind him. team In time any major sport a banquet ' r__ I 5, where they meet an alm<»t Fmally, the red head has a (ine attitude towar<h athletics, enabling him to held at which the 5tude�t body pay. PI.CI(;.S V e, Bames; cember entirely veteran quintet and then t� P�Y every game to the hilt. Ron Billings is an All-American PLC can wdl for all the tickets of the plaJ,rs and F;morrow evening travel to Ellensburg i Ii! lx: prou� of. ThJs year about 75 guests are f,Ve on All-COR J . . where they meet another veteran . Seattle U.-Oucbl,! Should prove to_be mttT- guests TODIRht th� game With ex�cted including past coaches, train� Ole Magnuson. right tackle on this club, the Central Washington Wild. . �t� � an .ope�� JohmIy O.� c;pany. will� t!=a��u�hest oppo;e:t .rr." and. ,?lher ardent suppoden .q! r.ear's �l,.C ch¥DPionsh..i�. JnotbaU caU. e the team� e anh·men w run up agalDrt .. ._ , season. r p Icllon eleven, has been chosen on the United Paced by . the nationally famoUi game will probably be �� �:�le: C��s �o:e���;n �ilI � ;��;. Little All-CoaJt first team for 'O'Brien twin!--John, who set a naf��MURAL FOOTBALL toa a f r t M a tional scoring record last year, and This is what you all have probably bt"en waiting for . . . the O. P. All· w. A. Ramstad will give the invoca- Ray guard, wal chosen on Ed-the Chidtans have a very good Conference. Heading the list is CentTal with 6; then Tacoma with 5 ; Eastern tion. The main speaker Mr. the thirdBarnel, will be club and (Ire in top shape for thiJ ball Ball, Jim and team Art end, with 3; and the two dorm teams with one each. Cliff Olson who head football 'Swanson, hal£back, and Gfen Huff· encounter having been turning out ht 2nd coach at PLC from 1929-1947. Marv ....... LE ..... .... .................. Eggan (Tacoma) Tommervick, also a former coach man" quarterb�ek, received honorable since the lint part of November. Nrlson (Tacoma) a n. n e o r n o e tr s ..._:LG ........ ............ Mann (Clover Creek) (1947.1950)� Coach Marv Harsh- �: � p�I�\:t� ::� � t ( a o f n f�r:; t�a: a ;e� :�I ;e!Sr I::�� �e: l::!;: . · ·Weed (�acom� � man, and almtant coaches Mark Salz�. e;;;�bcr� ��::�ral) . Iquad. back from lut year's ICcond plaee ) ········�C F h (E .... W ll n S��;::sli (�:::�:l) .. ...........:::::RE . ·.· .············ I��:�� (C::��l) ::�ds: 101�:!e:i�;enC:��k 'li;o;'I!�� COng,.tu�a,�::�1 .� -, ,' ' , be Cg�:�u��:. �e:t�:y�.1 ::a7 �:�t!:i ..-... ........ Koculer (Tacoma) and Ole Magnuson, this year's co- All Conf'- .........'- "'-- I.... ....t on w '11 . ...........B... Watts (Tacoma) 90-43 lut Tuesday evening which ..........B... Lester (Ivy) captains, p�sf:nting gifts. Feu (Central) picked n('xt week by the coaches of shows the comparative strength of ......B . ..... .......... ... L. Hellberg (Central) Tickets are now on sale in the main the Evergrl!'en Conference. Gubrud ( Eastern) the two schoolt. Honorable mention goes to Siek (Eastern), Wiggen (Ivy), Bloomquist hall and alto in the lunch line for PLC, meanwhile has defenitely had (Central) , Eliason (Clover Creek), Lund (Eastern), Kruso ( I vy ) , Tidwell $ 1 .25 and the number of tickets is unPLC the lI!'ss practice s�ce football lasted (Central ) . No distinction was made betwel!'n offense and deft"nse in thl!'se limited. Buses will- leave from the the middle of the month and selections. at 5:45 p.m. for all those not Basketball Schedule until Intramural basketball is betting underway now and Tacoma loom.! as school basketball turnouts dii::l not begin until otherwise having ridel. DEC£MB£Rit wal over. Coach Harshman hal the the favorite to take the University Leatue. Dick Larson, Oliv�r Magnuson Bethlehem Lutheran Church is 105--at Seattle difficult job of trying to pick a stanand Chuck Forsland should l('ad a pretty fonnidable bunch. cated on 38th street, just one block &-at Central ing five with but one returning letterAs ever, the dark hoTSl!'s ol the College League will be the Central Park- off Pacific Ave. l O--at CPS man from last year, Glen Huffman. land "Bibs". 15--Central at PLC As it looks now. the starting line.p in the standings of its own league. 27-University of Alaska, PLC for tonight's game will go something time �ach has a University team, but Central Parkland is the defending JANUARYI only like this: forward!--Garnet L�d four have College squadl. Anychampion in both the University and 9---at Whitworth Intra Casba and Bob Ross; crnter-Glt"n Huffman; one is welcome to come out at any the College leagues. Tacoma seems 1000at Ead('rn gUiirds- Ron Billings and Ron Storplay. to have the stronge!t" team at present, 14--CPS at PLC aa�li, the only freshman on the ltanGames Begin timeAl!togames will be played on Mon. if pre-season practice means anything. I&--at St. Martins ing five. The second five will probday evenings starting at 8 p.m. and 17-St. Martins at PLC ably be:: all freshman: Phil Nordquilt, ay evenings starting at 7 p.m. 20--Seaitle u. at PLC On ThlJfsday Tuesd I Paul Fone.th, AI Gubrud, Larry Ega road trip the floor will be used Bu•••• to Travel 30--UBC at PLC gan, and Don Kocssler. Don KKcji Intramural basketball has now be- Any afternoon the vanity team is on T Skating Party 31-Western at PLC may also be in thil group. gun at PLC with the first games being from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. The Ichedule 1.5 1 o Buses and cars" will leave from in FEBRUARYpla)"rd Thursday, December 4, in the now posted on the bulletin board for front 3--Montana State at PLC Dave Hcstenes, junior transfer from of Old Main tomorrow night gymnasium. 4-Montana State at PLC the coming games. UCLA, is not able to play vanity baD at 9:30 for the South Tacoma Roller 7-Centrnl at PLC this year because of a new Evergreen Each of the districts is entitled to During the regular scason, each Bowl where WAA-sponsored all13-Eutern at PLC Ccmfercncc ruling which makes all ha\"C a team in both the University team will play every other team school roller skating party will � l4-Whitworth at PLC transfer students from 4-year colleges Lcaguc and the College League. The I twice in both leagues. The season's held. 18--at CPS ineligible for one school year. HestCni\'ersity tl!'am of a di�trict will be:: I record of a team will show the gamrs Tickets, which have been on sale 2O--at UBC enes will be able to play junior vanity thr first team with a minimum of played in its OWO league and also in the main hall for several days, are ball. Jack Hoover, another trarufer eight players. All those who arc left I those of the other league, and upon thc priced at SOc. Studcnts may rent 21-at Western who was first thought to be ineligible o\'er will then be made up into teaml l complCtc total of games won and lost skat{·s at thc rink for an additional 26--at Central 1 , abo under the lame ruling, will be of the College league. At the present in both leagues will a team bc ranked t 25c. .able to play either vanity or junior vanity. After the fint cut last week, the combined squad standi at 24. Those \ surviving the cut, with the exception of those already mentioned, are: Arnie Falk. 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6:30

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p.m.

5,

1952

Many students h ave

about

thr

opening

of

bet' n ask ing the Erickson

Music Library in the: eMS.

Blue

Key II\tT.t,in!,: in 5-204 : 8 : 00 p. m. PLC \·s.cPS at CPS gym. ' THVRSDAY�

Plant and for conce-ntratin g theMaintenance Department's efforh on basemC"nt of Old ling of the remod! th� ' Main in order to expand the Boarding Bethlehem at Banquet ball C:!J.Ib facili �irs. ft is hoped, howe-vcr, Lutheran Ch u rch; 6: 30 p.m. that the hbrary will be opened to r1Tt-' rNf'l'�',ir�,.CMS-; L � '[",W"- ';t'udent "u sc by the tlrs{ 01 p.m. Stud{"" n t Council meding in The facilities which now exist are ASB offin·. 7;30 p.m Curtain available- to Musie facul ty members C;dl nw!'tlng on C�S stage; and mu�ic rlass{'S only When comappa Rho 0 p . m. Kapp 7:] a K pkted, the library will have an exmeeting; 8:00 p.m. Vikin� CI�b phonograph of tensi\'C collection ChriHm.u party in the Upper records, books, and magazines. The SLIB; 8::\0 p.m. Alpha Psi meetlibrary wi!! be oprn for student use ing in the Speech office. two or three periods every day--or FRIDAY� more to suit demand. The library will 3:00 p.m Faculty Student-Acbe equipped with six "listening posts" tivity Committee meeting in Mwhere a student can listen to head1 1 4; Even ng : ktte nnen's Club phoncs to phonograph records played talent show i n th(' CMS Audibythe librarian from the countcr. lorium; 8:00 p.r.! . Tacoma ZooCampus De-votions 1 2 :1 0 p.m ; I:I:UO a.lll. to 5:00 p.m. Blood Unit at S U B ; 6 : 1 5 p.m. Foot-

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LIFE Display at Library Dec 5-12 •

"The Medieval WorlO" , a photo-

"raph ic t"Xhibition pcepa ,ed by tho ,., . . �ditors of LIFE magazine, W ill be . shown at the Library from December . 5 to 1 2 . This txhj�ition IS mad e up . of photographs which were publish-

' . . Dr. Magnus Kodtvedt will glv(" a spr c ial Ch ristmas messa.'o:e at the L ..S...,. Vuktidt" �ervin·. sun.day a t 5 : 1 0 p.m. in the. SCB. Tlw time has been mO"cd back to enable L.S.A . . goers to attend the Confirmation

servicc at 8:00 p.m. Hd pin :;; to carry out the holiday indudcs theme will be Salim Mitrr', who will lJ\any pictu res that h a d t o be omit - speak on Christmas in t h e Hol Land, y ted from the magazine for lack of and Connie Hanson, whi will ("ontrib space. ute with piano selections. A singspiraTwenty-four panels, each contain- tion will give the auJiencc a chanc!" ing of from ODe to six photographs to take par I in the program and get 1947

and

c.1.n Society -

?l.fayer�Getling Family.

of Tacoma sponsored two University

those of hrad. president

also

of the

Moore

council,

made

the

was the qucstioner. PLC

bc.c.

students

were ild�i�ted

and

famil �e!

theil"

th� �pportunity' \o' 'hear the

thorities speak on the topic. Both

Dodd

two

and .. m.3I)Y_ took Costigan

and

aUj

was

born

in

Turkey

visit

Israel.

recently

which

returned

included

Greece

Einzig�lnflation tionally

1

Declaration

which

states

that

dice." Costigan said, "The bitterness

of tht" Arab people is not so great toward the Jews as it is toward their

govcrnment." Speaking for the

on

tbis

Notes

able to this

Organ.osts Meet New PLC Organ adviser

of the PLC Arm'rican Guild" of

Stu den t Counci° 1 O GIves Approva 1 T0 S9n9 i ea d ers thc

wert:

that

circulated

Organ in the auditorium to the nlcm-

Guild will be held 011 the- fint day school

student body for songJanuary 5.

lcadns were accepted by t h e student

of

that all girls who

after

Christmas

vacation,

\

At the Homecoming Supper a group about

12

PLA

grads

gathered

around a table 10 rehash the good old

are interested in being song leadC"rs times when .$ 2.00 wa� top W;I�I'5 and and captions, delineate the roles of into the season's spirit by singing will tryout before the Student Council a T-bone dinner with all thl' trimthe Church, ' the TOWD, , and the Christmas carols. and a faculty committee. The time mings came to 25 cents. Castle in the day-to-day life of medA thirty-minute color movie on and place will be announced later. leva) man. The section devoted. to Christmas will close the program , Four or six girl.� will be selccted the the Church reflects Students will be- servcd rdreshments to lead the song!- for the basketball Chartres, the Abbey church at Veze- aftawards. season, beginning after Chri5lm¥. lay, Fountains Abbey, sculptural deThe SeB will br decoratt"d with For nrx t ye-ar, the- girls will be taib and color reproductions of stain- gret'os, ('te. to fit in with the theme, chos('n in the spring so that they may ed gJag from Bourges and Chartres. hraded by chairman Don Reese and lead at the football games also. The second divi�ion of the exhibi- Jim Jaeger. Anyone interested in Pa GR. 5826 The coundl also decided that the rkland tion treat! town life late in the Middle helpin gwith the decorating should song leaders will wear white pleated Ages. Here are seen engravings of contact one of them today or tomor- skirU. The girls will pick the type of streets, street scenes, and centers of row. !weaters or tops which will complete medieval life. their uniforms.

calhedral -of

Feudal

life, centering around

division.

There

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panels

illustrat-

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and color reproductions o[ the Uni com Hunt tapestry and Life in the

Ma.nor, from a 15th Century Flemish manuscript. The photographs tell the

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Several Guild members also played

thc organ. Future meetings will inelude solo work on the organ by tht� members. The next IIH'eting of the

council at the regular meeting Thunday evcning. It was decided

in-

troduction to the ncw Canvant Pipe

'of

it fadrd

Par

bers of tht. chaptcr at its December . meeting Monday

PNitions

ft·w years,

Time · for the- program and othrr

information

weck.

Reformer,

Organists, presented

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Fritts,

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Previous.!y the Letterm.er.l·s Club put

on

Bultma!\n�Theology of the Kt"w

Mr.

Bob

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RELIGION�

Farncr-Swingli

in

Glenn Worner, co-chairmen of the event, a person attending can '!('xpect

excep­

Typn of Economic Theory. Jordan � Investments.

Arabs, Dodd charged that the aim of chapter

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book

the

12,

presenting

kind of program which they arc kC"ep­

�at�-n-=--Shirt��eve E�onomics.

Testament.

Club 'is

ing a very close secret.

("an

Mitchell � Lecture

night, I)�t:ember

th(' auditorium of the SUB, a special

ments.

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and

far as it can be done without preju -

own

Friday

Letterman's

Durham - Institutional In\"��t­

a

the Jews may enter Palestine "inso-

good

subject")".

and

Both speakers referecl to the BC"l-

fore

the

1ndustrialization and

ECOt'OMICS-

have-

from

in

Movemenu.

University in BC"irut, Lebanon. Costihas

Ameri­

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taught for 20 years at the American gan

in

1952

Greer�American Social Reform

spent considerable time- in the East. Dodd

Labor.

�ay W. Thompson,

introductions and Dr. S. C. Ea5tvold

LSA to Present ChristmasProgram This Sunday

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Mardcn-Minorities

Th� di u blCd �car East," thr World Affairs Coupeil

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of Washington profcssors, Giovanni Mr. Karl Wciu Teecotly stated that Costigan and St�an C. Dodd, in a althou J::h thr library has occ o cxpectrd panel discussion hdd in the- eMS to be �pc'n by this time, it h3..!i bec-n last Wednesday t'vcning. Dodd spoke unavoidably dcla)'ed by the necessity for the Arab forces and Costigan for

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a doctor and nurse in attend- ies, coffee, and juict; were serve d . v r: ance with plenty of cots for the in. . , RcSUI ts 0f the i n ter-college c o mp e t their caps rccelvltlf! PLe students ' ,W , Jllre d t 0 rest on-you' re I Jabl e t 0 ge • tition have not been revealed but i n . Bcv3 n, :Mmeral, 'Ya sh,. � 1'Ial'10ne ' sh ot' . Inst ruc t IOns are given t 0 pI ,ease ' the club competition LSA carne out Sta,nw�od, ton ; Ka th r yn E, i d e" obey the ushers. , htn�ton; Manon Gabnelsen, seatGlenn Wcrn.:-r is the M , C . and he ah ea d, Greek Club second, and Vi k­ Washin gtoll; Karen Hille, Ri tzs a ys that all the talent is from a bro a d . ing Club third . Many clubs were . .

htm

J�,

'

you

.

_

.

set vlet: lollowed, dosltlg With

'

need

don't

will be

I I

worry,

to

a

After the blood was collected, cook-

O n:go n ; Ba rb:ua Johansen, Se- 1I Swami from the mysterious east, who lk, Wasl: ington,; A nne Lee, Fern- I answers all, sec all, know, all. A mar- percen tage. m,

Vashltlgton;

Mary

, HolmqUIst,

, , 'Yashll1 to!1: Edith Olu �d. Man� \l�r, W ash m g to n ; Helen Snnomon,

ham , Washington ' Constance Stav " .

.

'

,

' om a, '\, asllln gt cm ; a n d G 3 I 1 T a Y-

Washing't�n

be

wo rs t freaks on earth.

I t i s aJ so reqllested th:H

1 come.

a

.

Sidesh ow Stoi cs

..

should

receive

Mr. F rederick

Newnham

Newnham

------ ------�

T h ree S t u d e n t Eve n ts i W ·. II B e Feb 2 6 27 2 8

A lpha Psi Omega, the

the Band have each selected one rep­ resentative

to

serve

Ii

Judd

with

t,

an d the e\.l!t: m ngrprctlve rr:ach ng � , · olav Wit h a well- k n own actor or ' w i th .

the

'

afte rnoon

,

given

'

to ,

. , ' �ss m tne lca d mg role supported , c h t's p wns, SeattI e Th e PL C

.

.

,

I

I

F

, phomc,

W ith

FrItts

B yard

Mr,

scntatives will be in charge of their

respective group's evening. Subordin­

D r o bert 01 sen .

Last Saturday night Dr. Robert

Olsen

award

was

given

presented in

the

9 : 00 - 5 : 0 0 Boy Scout tra lnlng I,ibr-d ry classrooms; 9:30 - 1 2:00 a.m . Choir rehersal in the CMS ; 7:30 Blue Key sponsorrd movie in the S U B : 8 : 00 1o va reek

the

Mt.

a,

highest

Hall

Rainier

given

I

I Il

for voluntary

service

. WIll

I

0f last y ears

.

by.

Saturday

supported

', , 1 0l,ts. ,0

be

I

sense than last year.

. Harley uhrIstopherson the band will ' . be heard In a concert Saturday' eve-

in

Auxiliary Team

show

,

.

,

in the evenipg. The wor- mgton, m Seattle, presented the show, the campus of the U mverslty of Wash.

mg. .

. • all wmg

'.

and M r .

la ,, t

.

year

,

K a rl

"

. festival o

received

.

. . . Flllancmlly, the festIval WIll be the . same as las t year, WIth th e s tudent .

rvice is planned for the CMS

Sun 'aye

'

• for all fIVe programs at many I tIckets

11r,

,

.

.

.

$5.

. . ' of comme ndatIOn for the p ro- Th to' other tIC k ets may hav to be hlghA 'lUfst\t) nn s lre t hat was on er, however . Later tIllS year, you WIll

I

I

is to �ive the students a chane". to put �

into

practice

the

theory

that

th e y

I

have learned in classes; to present a series of p rograms that are up to college ' or better caliber,' and to t he students a formal function.

-

"

th co .

were

1 2 : 1 0 DRG meeting in the Day 1 2 :30 Lettermen'. Club

5 :00 Tam:: ! floor 10unFfc; 6:45 Prayer service in t lu: M ­ B : 8 : 00 PL , vS. Cdltral In

mectin-g in M - I 09 ; rnt:eting in tht: 4-th

basketball here.

6 : 3 0 Spur metting in tbe 2nd 0 :30 Choir broad­

TlTESDAY-

floor l ou n ge ;

. l ng ' begmn

, . ' , s a s wrII as " capautIe m h,s local . " • ' orgamzdtlOn. L. .J , UlP H e " I C"l.\lr-r tmlll -

" 1 u

in g chairman

for the M L

C ounCI '1 an d teac h c s

give D oy l...S COll t I ea d cr.s hlp. ' ,.

a course

Raini r • hl're 111

T_ (P • E . l l 11'' ) . 1lI , ' ' IS commumtv h e IS sel'vlTIS' as :? Sunh ' . ' d ay. sc h00 I tcac, h cr an , d as the dJrector . . 0f Ju m or S In h IS ' ' local con' �rvICC

s� llbe 75 cents' with ,single' tickets ,, . r n g at 50 c nts each. Th e advisers of gregation. . the event an' Mr ' Karl \Vei - ss and Mr , ' P TObabl �. mo�t 0f you rec ogmze him Tickets for the three evininr!� will

I

glVl!D a lJa.eN f the Iast program shfJwc d . , do s() as • trr . . You had lClIVI: mt' re t .In such em even t, and t ickets to, there art" Theodore Karl pro mi!e of support far future fe$ ! - ' soon as yon are able a, your c h el1JJ�try ' teac her and kno,", . . . . " "00 stud rn t ttckeb available . Dr. l�a.tvold has offered a compli· tha t he has well deserved thi • ' One 8uch qucsnonnaue stated anIy � s honor. b"

I

chance

to

reserve

your

I

UPP'T S'CB.

room;

'

I ca , dcr, "

-

MONDAY-

servIce award was gIven at the an-

scou t

party,

3 : 00 and 8 : 00 Christ:ma5 Concert 2 :00 to 1,:00 DomI open house ;

L-1 16; 7 : 3 0 Alpha Sigma mbda Smorg-ashord at T p of We: OC"Cl n . 7 ::W Li nne Society me"�� i IF' in S- 108 ; ! : 1 5 HoUy Hall Ex, mttting, W}� D � E DAY3 ; 3 0 D PR Banqut.' t in th .. Din­ in� hall; 7:30 Didcns' hrist­ r a� C . a ro l i n the eMS-Aud . cast fror:! Winthrop hotel ; 7:00

, p'.., mned to have the art ' a ) 80 I t IS wards o' t- .D r. 01 . sell' S Cl tat lOll H,' has , . , . . , " . 1 (115 ,' m t he u ppe r Sll B muc h hke mllg. There will also be a show of b cen In "Jday sC hed u le d a ll all- college wor.. h,. ' scou t mg ,mee ,.,. wh'�re , , . . ' , , Ros- I s tud e nt art. With the w a.s held last yea r. M.r. George III the Chapel, I"IVJce ac,t ed as a 0 ' Ub scout Ieader. , , . � . . , , ' dl, 5ttlct The primary object of such an e- vent :IOa l ckdlc atl On of the CMS III the k os, W Ith the He nry A rt Galle ry on He Ila," s<,n'e d 1\1 an r'i!llny� a r,

C h ristmas

S UND AY

community and in scouting. Each yt;ll r the Mt. Rainier Council, ' The festival exe cu tive commi ttee is choir will present a concert, probably Pierce in scouting covers w h Ich . comp o se d o f D r. S. C . E as tvol d , D r . one similar to that which they will be C , ounty, gives the S'l l ver Beavers to -, . . . " ' D r. RIVIIW while on tour. Friday evenin o-, Plllhp E. Hau g e, Mr. K ., ' " , arl 'Yf� I SS , " " men. The SIlver outstandmg Beaver . '. E r i" ch K no r r, M r. Edward Jacobso n , under the direction of Morri< Hend- m . " scoutmg IS comparabIe to the _ " . a n d 1.-[1'. Th eo dore Karl. I t was de- nckson, s p ollBoren by Alpha Ps i ' "Job" 0scar . In tb c movies. ThIS ' council . . . CI' d e' d by t h I' S committee th at t}Ie d'Ir- wIll be stap·ed. for a part in Trvouts ,., the

8 :00 Tacoma ZOQlogica ! S- 1 09.

in school in the S U B '!nd

The award known as the Silver Beaver

was

DECEMBE R 1 2 - 1 9 l DAY3 :00 Faculty-Studen t Activity CommitLee meeting in M- 1 l 4; 8 : 00 Lt,ttn"!l1�'I:" lub Talen t

SATURDAY-

Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

I

I ector.

1

chorn!

Society meeting in

' '' ' l ' after nuaI n rio-ht agai n be the all-mal� c ast will beg festival F our ,i d mner. " ,S I ver Beavers ' _ , _ " " . , They ChrIstm a s there · . are eight and parts mlOlst l!l the aftnnoon, an d the the dlr"ctors for the 1 9:>.1 event. . were gwen th IS year. " . , , y • " • ad- II � c h OIr a n d chorus m th", eve- , a re Mr. Ka rl • and M r. We iss . Also, Dr. 1- P. "Pfleuger is the technical , SCIentist, church leader ' "Ed ucator, . .' " ' Saturday. that faculty WIll be acting in a la r ge r VIsor. Under the direction of M featu re d r on ' ' an d yout h I cad er c h aractcnzes thiS wa y ,

all

C a m p u s Ca l e n d a r

Show;

B oy S COU tS H on or

Doughty as coordina tbr. These repre- '

'I

I

conduct

The

this February series, that does not have

The first announcement of the 1 9 5 3 _Music-Drama Fe s t iva l , ating committe will be sdectC!d from given in Chape l , \Vednesday, December � O , by Mr. Karl E ' I the student body at large. Mr. EdI ward Jacobson, PLC business man.iss, one of the c o - d i rc(tors. T h is festiva l , the second annual such a n event, i s scheduled for ager, wil l be in charge of all finances, . 'ly 7 , 8 , 9 and 1 0 , 1 9 5 3 , a n d wtlJ follow m uch the same pat- and Dr. Vernon Utzinger wiD advise with on the publicity and ticket sales. The . 11 a �, tha t of last year. It will open on Thursday evening ar t i s t of note in the music world p r ese n t i n g a concert. Last student directors are: Herb Neve, t hat the only way a fcst ival could be choir; Percy Asper, band ', and Editb r featured Miss Irra P e t i n a , . , . Improved was by havmg more of Enlte1, Alpha Psi Omega. , Apera Metropohtan . the of crano, On the formal openin,� night, the ,hy is devoted to the ' drama de- them. Wl�n t , an d i t too , will be like last

lo-

again

Choir, and the word "festival" in it.

stude.nts could be full participants.

-tud e n ts H ear Plans Fo r S e c n d Fe sl:ival

mezzo I'

will

numbers.

I

'5

join

The next number is "And the! Glory George F. H.lncJel slin g by the Festival C hOhU. Thl: Choir of th,� West will then preaent four selections, "As I '<Va 'ed in Bethlehem",. W. N. A ndl'r�on , ''Ding D ong! M e rr i ly On High", Chari s Wood ; "LuIla), my Liking" , W. H. And e rscm; "Today ;s Born Emman. ual", Praatorius. Mr. Frederick L.

December l �'1 , Tom o rro w ".. Din..-, " in tht SrI!, Blue K,'y will :30 7 .- .---.---.--.----pre&�nt the rUO'\'ie, j tKeys to The Kingdom," a s tory of a missionary ;n I S DEVOTION' MPUS Campus Devotions met Thursday O h ina, starri!lg G regory Peck. A Tom ' 100 in the tower chapel with Dick and Jerry cartoon will also be shown, � Admissioll price i, 3 5 c . D on Reese [Jon stemmed from a me e t i n g of the executive committee of t he ' rud l�din_T in h ymn singin g, The ting featured a Bible study and anI Jim Jaeger are c o-chairme n of Festival who felt tha t it would be a�lllentary book of studCrit tickets for gond thing to have a pro ram sim i lar th� May F es t ival t� the student w � o lhf' eve nt . ,,·ia l mu ic was presented. � . -----� to the �1uslc- D ran1a FestIval that the thInks of a nd turns III a good name for at

then

Festival C horus wi!! app"ar for "Glory to God in the H ip,h­ e;;t" by George F. HandeL Foll(>wing another oTga 'l solo by Mr. Byard FrittS, t h e con gr"g:ttion w [J J again join in tlt� s i ng-i ng o f rnrro19, "The Vln t Nowl'll" by Heslt y Willan and . , , " I t Came U pon th" � id Ilig h t le:at" A -series of programs, not to be confused w i th the l'vlav1 Drama- b · T{idl r-d W illis. � l v'1 usi c lesclva l, w i l l b e presented on February 2 6 , 2 7 , and 2 8 , The FC'�tili I Chorus w ill then sing 1 9 C) 3 1 u n der c;r-u den [ directio n and pr od u c t i o n . "There Shall a Star From Jaco . , by This pre.s� ntation w i l l be i m i l ar il y patterned af ter the May ( Continued on age 3) fe � tiva1. b u t is en ti; ely under st �lden t �lirection an p r o d u c t ion , . , [ v lth student p ar tlclpatlOn. The Idea o f the three-nIght prcse n a ·

special thanks for their cooperation.

of

don ' t

donor

Eaeh

congregation will

of the Lord" b y

Both faculty and students partici­

pated.

the

Sing", by Felix Mendel��ohn,

�ood close behind and all ''howed a 6

team of

,:�!�;i:::,�:::J:;�"'�:, :",'�:lB,u an sa.s h "Keye sK0eyf tSp e K-InC)dom n ior yCM. Nt". t year about 2 D g i ll thciJ' ...i rl 'ro m PLC will Turses SchooL ning t Ernlllll nud

a

worst team of tumblers will

, wrestlers and a ' leg lt!matc

1 the

is

prcwr;un "

the

on

be introduced.' as well as

v dously

I 'The girlS, th ough , thrilled upon be- ,

" f:l.�ma,

to

Slated

begin

l h e r in "Hark! The: He rald J\ngt:'....-

The ,"'e

Fritts playing

LSA Council m reting ill

'

1 2 :30 Campu s Devotion� in the hapu; 7 :30 Ski Club 1n

1'HUR SDA YTowe r L- I O-j,.

J:QO

FRIDA

hristmw; vacation

!tn.rts.


2

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DEC .

1 52

12,

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ry F riday during the

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tV

S mel' ' .

thing but the WORST in our col umn . ). ( agam

th·IS wee k

Woe! Nebster and his wife Birt ha

by many le ends. These have become symbolic,

"ill in the h ighes t de-

( pronounced Joe)

WORST as

defines

a

---

ex•

pn'$Sing thr peo!J!e's sentiment fo Chri stmas and tnriching t h ei r observance of it. 'J' cadi of us , the wreaths, mistletoe, Christmas trees, b el ls, candles, and .wa,�; a l l have a meaning. Our meanings are from a p a s t experience, pef.$ona to ca<.:h f us; where as in oth er countries each is sy mb olic of the manner in which C.hri tIna!. � ce.\ebuI,ted there. The t raditional Christmas tree, is not American, it, rather, was first in

t ru e.

ism because we ain't sick and don't

gree" . We don't. hold this as

Commemoration of th e Birth of Chris t has be en surrounded by ma ny t n ha nce d

' IS

along with the theme and write no·

B rittanica

b · . e I Icve

It you corne to da sh ow . , If any of you people are lucky enough to win the door p ri ze , we hope it will not cool y our affection,s for S h u l tz ( pronoun ced Joe ) .

I

.

none

of youse

will

gil

sick

I ( pronounced Joe ) is in for the b igge st Its rumored that Mar\' Harshman

(Oh well wou'll h av e to

shock of h i s life when the WORST's

.

l

.

.

yourself) .

Our

deft·nition

no }, " her it w as egun by Martin Luther. One C hristmas Eve, it is said, I he became c t ra nce d with th beauty of the starry sky. He brought i nto I bl hOUle a ('n", fOl' hi, child ren. Illuminal cd with numerous c.'Uldles, it repI e nled the graeiou he avens that had sent forth the Christ Child. I n nearby Barvaria, they always used a pine tfL'C. Only a pine was thought worthy of tieing decorated al Christmas. It received t h i s honor, so legend has it, because

I

11)( br:mo:he. or a pine tree concealed Joseph, Mary, and .Jesus from the soldiers of Herod. lL Iv' . in I taly that the prcscpio or crib had its origin. In that c o u ntry . t1u� nali\ ity set-ne is as charactnistic of Ch r LS tmas as the tree in A meri ca. T he Christ 'hild, howevCI, i� not pla ced in th e crib until after th e family pI yell al fi i hed on Christmas E ve . .'\s i, th e c tom in AU5tria. lights afe used i n the church to symbo lize \'c. 11,an i n tl,e . h ri s Chi ld. Onl" of the favorite wa ys to the te l n I (jot! get the Yui' litl, 5p1 'it j� hy carols. I t wa� i n Czcchos.lovakia d u r in g the fifteenl h crnlUr) tllat C hristIna. carols became an impo rta nt part of the Yule

for

of ChristInall va·

(",ation-the home town girl friend's

I Iast chance at the

sec

college freshman.

out h

I\dvic.e to donn girls-it �ou don't

w on 't be so noticeable when you come

wear l ip-stick

in.

when you

go

\\'e heard that the blood drive septwo corpusles who loved in

a rated

Orc h ids

vein.

go

to

the

lettermen for

presentation

of

the

Prores or, looking out the windo,", I'd, " Y it's rai n i n cats and dogs" , Fresh: "Yea 1 know, I just stepped i n a pooddle." comin g

into

class

late:

rema

f · th ili( . Alii o gh thry vcrl� not a part of the more fonnal h ym nody of NOW AIN'T THAT THE WORST � th hureh scr. ICes. carob wcr' fo tcred ami ke p t ahvc b y the p ople, C5In fact this is �o bad that our onl y th a t this isn't as is • (' i lly the h i l dJen, in Vllbg" all ove F, nrop . Thl: common people's rev- , sola tlon WORSE AS THE WORST. fOf Ih Ch rist 1:15 C('spd fOlln ' aprcsshln in simple encols. Clf III Look arounJ you, and listen too, as YOII make your way to and from i The S m i t h Broth ers mll\l. or as you \:0 for a wnlk. Bells peal ou t the tidings of the on c!:w. ( pronoun ce d Joe) ory; carol: nrc lhi� story 6rt to familiar melodies ; vc:rything in We. cough black drops Go ptl wa l't'U1intl� us of Gorl's !:rrat �ifl to mankind on lltt' first Chruunas, 2000 )'CIIr& ago. {I."trj hri l Ola and . II. Ill) Nt\ll Y,-ar! )RL G MAST staff. I II . t t

S a ve Electri c ity S a v e J o bs

r d Christensen

s

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Tuxedoes

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Net Cost low

Gle

Life insurance for men, children, II d . You­ 65 to rth i s, e Ag the policy holder-own wonteu

H·cdv,. the earnings. th e

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MA 486 1

alone

\

friends during - the holidays. 'I'V'1y f'Irst and most profound de· sire is

mas

at

th

you may have

a

Christ·

with Christ in it. Every Christ·

mas festivity is a celebration of the anniversary of the day when the Father gave His Only &gotten Son as th . e "uospe akable gl'ft" 0f divinity to humanity. Ob, tha t

every nation, every home and every

h e a rt mi gh t open their doors that Can it be that some will have a

the Christ mjght be at the feast!

Christmas without the Christ ? A� well have a cross without a Sav-

Babe, a hope without a heaven, a

iour,

a manger-cradle

soul without clvation! "Oh,

Christ

of

without

God,

enthrone

a

I would

Thee as my Lord and The e

Unto Thy servant now alone;

impart

A willing mind. a loyal heart!"

Dr. Seth C. Eastvo!d,

President, PLC.

I

Pau l

SmaIl

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Med.

S a v e E l e ctricity

Madden's

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$4= 50

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D arlene Hall: Contact lenses.

Franklin : L ot s of fun. Dave Roe: A Po go funny book

Jane t

.

I

I

Karen

J ea nne Frieskc: A n e w roonumlte Karen

embarrassed

Chapel.

a

in

me

Chuck F o rsla nd : Rr:: p orts for

Ted Carlstrom: Half

y

fron t t(lOth.

Bob R o ss : �o worries.

\ ed u catlOn classes.

Phil W i gen : B ubbl e gum wil l keep

me

happy .

Clay

.

ldaker: · A 5'

7"

paekage

Sig Tollefso n : Oh boy, oh boy, oh i boy. wr apped in cclophane.

'1.w�a tt .

Gloria Kvinge: A navy blue cash -

rotte

G a r et Lund : A bab)' doll with blue

Ron Sto raas l i : A

' eyes and long hair.

Al Keg-del': Gerry.

girl.

Con n ie Ja cobson : New batteries

my eyes can light up.

I fro�t

t eeth bu t they ca me' early .

Mike

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Kvern: A doll, tall, dark,

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\

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hrist as

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II I era

Wangsmo: Just $200 for the

Stud ent Body.

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B o b Soremon: Rights to the

floor o f Old M a in .

231 Garfield Street

REPAIR ING

JOKES

the stlJdents who will., during these

the campus to go days, be leavina: �

S L E R 'S M

Garfield Street

-

Christmas

entire

EATER CENTE

Art's Shoe Shop

ICKS

s just 1 3 days until Christ· anta eL1u! to 11 the lette: have been wl itten. Ju s t to sec what some of th ose letters h ad . in them, oj)r MAST de 'ded to ask a few of th L u te s t h is question : "What did ou 3s k Santa to bri ng you for ChristlnlU,1I

College family, Not least of all, do I greet the

for GUYS and GALS!

1\"1:.

Q

ex te u d

I

to

., ���IPl� ... the Gr atest Show on E a rt h, but give .. us th e worst. Onions go to a l l those � wo do not attend t he WORST.

WORST S H OF ON EARTH, anyone can s e e

t hei r

Freshman

I!

that

greetings

tonight we fe el the Web sh ou l d go

Tradition Means Chri r.tmas c:ustorns .m

CIu b

Sinel It

mas,

It is with a deep sense of grato itude

, orst SllOW O n E art l1 ,.,

spo nso n ngth e

--

Ch ·sttnas .Itt ans Traditon;

• , L ettermen S

th e

Christmas Greetings


DEC. I

T UE MOORING MAST

dio Studio Can Lutes Bow t Is ' Intra ural Season Logge rs on Top Chieltans Victors roadcast irecl n 76 - 66 Game Sat. ow in Full Swing KMO Line In Battle; 51-47 ln Opemng Game i basketball A n i nexperienced L u te team went

off ci ally

Intramural

, in the CMS by rad i o station Washington Wildcats, 76 to 66, Sat- being played Monday and Tuesday 0, it will now be p os g ibl e to urday evening, Dccember 6. This evenings. There were large t u r nou t s deast directly frOID the school was the Lu tes second defeat in as at each game, and players showed lots t) studio or from the stage. many starts, loos ing to Seattle V of enthusiasm. ,. will also be pos ' ib le to first reIn the games below, the letter the night before, 75.5 2. -:I here and la t er b road cast from Harshman started out four Frosh "A" after a d istrict' s team means . school through KMO, or to do , nivers l t y team, while the Ietter "B " . along with Captain Glen Huffman ' I d . show here, h av e It re co rded III the only Seni or on the squad. They mea ns co II cge team. . . " s stud IOS an d pla ye la te r. Monday evening Central A defeated . held the W ildcats to a 1 1 - 1 5 l ead at 111s Sunday afternoon s C h n s tmas ! W estern B , 59-20 ,VI' th Roland Tob• tlle f'Irst quarter. '!'ram WIll be recorded both here . iason and Paul Labes sha ri ng high ' F o u r upper ciass n len w e n t 1ll at . ' . . ' . TlIe r .cor d'Ing rna de at KMO � pomt honors tor C e ntr al WIth 1 1 each. . outre the h t we quart and LUles er e e Mmnesota o t wher w,ll be sent E ast e. r n A d e.f·. ca te d I\· y H . aI I B , -"' 7 . e. •ill be played over the St. Ola f , scor d 22 1 1 Ieavmg th e score at "J8 - 1 9 . T ' , ac o ma A sw ep t 0\" cr C entra , 1 BJ ' 26 whe n the half was ove: r . ge s tat ion in Minneapolis. I and East e r n B squeezed p ast In the second half th e Lu tes ou tW � s t e r n A, 30-2 7 . In Eastern B's scored the Wil cats, b lt c ou l d not triumph Wally R ogcls t a d was high : Christmas oncert overcome the big ma rg m set by th e I with 14 ' while in Tacoma A win. AI ( Continued from Page 1 ) a Wildc ts in the first half. Ahrens and Len Ne ls o n had 1 8 and 1 M ende ls s oh n precedi ng Mr. . C ontro I af t he defe nSlVe back- 1 2 re per-tively. " , organ solo. The Choir of the boa rd s was dominated by Big Bob E astern B p il e d up the highe t t will appear alone agai n s i n gi n g Dun of the Wildcats and Gray of th e­ score Tu es da y e,'e ning as they du mpe d • Holly and the Ivy", a tradiWith the installation of te le p h o ne

I�

.

down to defeat agai nst the Central started this week witli eight games

I

1 54-2 2;

?

Ih

e

carrol

by

by

Reginald

Healey

'Vestminister Carrol " .

Willan

I

F,'st:val

pc

Chorus

again

B

Handel from the Messiah. To

n d on e of the high- c ha ri ty . In th e progr III before the prcsen­ Ir. Nc=wuham has , of the y('ar ·d th t thc:y hope to give a very tatio n of the " C arol", t he Choir will Ch ristmas music and w ill prottain they program and is . will . sing nnnal affair

------- --,

In at for

I vid e the background for a

VER 's

a

HAMBURGER UXE Fashioned Fish \!S Chips me- baked Pie� � C-:1kes

Full Fou n t in Service

Ninth &

Trying to get into the win c ol umn they

went

down

to

ddeat

ag'a i ns t CPS, 5 1 -47, a game in which no one was sure until the final gun

�ounded.

Both

teams

the

worked

ball

break.

the

employin g

much

he ral de d

Judd

o ug-hty.

Joann

In piration rop y Goes to anson at Footba ll Banquet

dinjt by

.:ilio take part in the prol:r3m•

wiU

The pa rts in tht: " C arol" a r perm­ anen t once :t studr nt ta J.: �s a part ht: pl(\y� thal p;ut a.s lon g as h, IS l et Mo,t i n$p ira tional honors go to schclo!. Tllis wm ht:: th" third year for John R d g l t' n "Scrool:'( " , nd al.() I\rt Swnnson for the 1 q52 football .Bob Jo h mo II , " Call ,ctor". Stude n ts >�;! on He W3� "lcCl"d and pTe t' ted pl. yill th it accond year are ( It u w i l h du' insplration;;l trophy :It the Johnson, John Usbum. • n nder­ £ol\lh. II lmnqur. t Ilt Brthldinn Lutb­ un, • 'ane:. Tu rman. LaWann:.. ,'mn Ch urch last night. Hub r, an d

�cn boys

acific

chi f

I

\

brian Leon. rd. The 01-

ha\'c

iou ' ye-.lrS .

._ _ _ . _ _ .

also appeared iII pre-

a'Crosse Printers Cards

Posters Announumm

Printers of Your

Mooring Mast

Out-scoring the PLC quad 75 - 52 ,

Seattle V's C h i ef tams

ad a fie l d day

Joe

c on trol l ed the:

Friday night in the Civic Auditorium.

( 6' 8")

C.l peri­

I

man

fas t r ebo u nd s and t he O'Brien twim lhe

First quarter action was qui t e even

witb Glen Huffman and .Paul Forseth

Pt'hanil'k

For the

floor play.

the �park and Glen Huffman the G la di a t o rs, Ron

Billings

both bitting the basket well fo r PLC. backbonl' with the Jest of t he player.; Action picked up in the second supporti ng them . \V s

l\-Iain cause for the one - idctl score five point lead at hal f t ime, 28 to 2 3 . c ould be bl ame d on the fact that t he The third q uarter saw the Lu te s Gladiators have had only two weeks com e back strongly with Bob Ro�s pm'tice, quarter with CPS pulling away to a

while Seattle U has been c ou p l e of baske ts from tu r ni ng out since th e: beginning of tht' outside, but C PS aga i n pulled October.

h i tting with a

into

a

substantial lead as the quarter

ended. In

all,

�rom the foul lane : He pu t �wo

Y

SlX

At the half, the score stood at 42· 34, only an eight point difference

through i used

cOTT1 i n

to hI' sh:m!d by Jim

Co-c;l l't;lin honors for the

and nOll McGraIl . Th y arc bOlla fru I ll} ,lIup :H ld 11.:1\'<:: pwycu to­ gt'lJlI r fur u yc ;;. Mr. Harley Chrl.toffc non acted a� to.l linD l,·t R v A W Ramstarl !(ave: the invoca tiun. and gut" 1 sp�ker I w as , Ir C liff Olso n, a former PLC

I

Ball

coach.

EE DA

T

tn

the last

mm utts of play.

almost everyone on

n t margin.

Coach

Harshman

the: bench , esp t,c i all y during the last half. the La t y'n.r PLC l os t to lhe Chid-

.r-nlral gnme a few nig ht bdon·.• ilL .scor tl 2 8. Huff· ilh ) 0. n was high for

points where i n the

At n reCent medinS!' of th e Evt:r· vrLCll. Conf ' ne �)()nrd, Sf' ral ges lfI con fe ren ce ruk� wrre Dla dr.. Tu �d· y <venin , D r. mber 9. Th e ru e prohibiting junior colI�gc L t . n f r student· from p ymg P LC- s Junior V;lrSlty t am travt:lh:d �ports w ! IiI ' d , t o E atonVi lle wher.. tbe'y ualLled the in int ·r-collrgi.;. ul those who have attended a four- E. 10TlVill H igh c11001 quinl{·t, b�t st, t . c:J.1S� " H' yea.c·s sr.oond pIa yrAr coUrge and a junior coli,

From Ea tonville

must t i l l wa i t ou t o n, yC::.Il' b. Co rt.' c.ham pions. In a r I�dy TIl. yc·d aml' , -.V: �ekparticipating. 'onfl:lT.1lcc:

I,resident,

:J

60-.')5 win willi Larry Eggan

Save Electricity Save obs

On Ldundry. Cleaning and e airing 24-Hour Service At lant

3820 Yakima

·nle Latest and Finest i n RECORDS and SHEET MUSIC

TED BROWN MUSIC CO.

1 2 1 1 -23 .Bro:tdway

Headquarters for

Quality

WATCl-IE S Df

Delicious eafoods

' EY -- STEAKS

Tisit

Crawford ' s Sta r Room & Terrace Room

R A W O R O 'S S E A G R I L L

505 Broadway

MON DS

JEWELRY

CHA RCOAL BROILFD STEAKS & CHOPS CHICKEN - T

LIG T

d 'Jut

K a rl , :t ppo i n t<el t vo eommitlrc ; on ,-", (or PT.C rakin", hirh poi n t honors deal ....· ith playi ng .-liKibility and fo r the (;Ven in with 19 point. . E. tI li mws, tilt ,yillt e Ig ibi l i ty for c.- r t i fi - ' ol1\il1t nL1ue :!O oul ol �L Ir nd t h JuriOI' Vnn l l y IUI d II M:orc cates. Aha elimi na t e-a wt're th e ban on o f 1 to 22. Ealonvill thi!! Ylar h; virtu II ('oll ting nd takin mo\ ing pictur,� a m i ( , am as la51 ycar, 10 ins one uf !<-Uws. 'fhe' squad limits wen' iCl­ III UJlnlJon. EI ni T DC!!, n w r. ....ru;ed from 25 to 30 for football man 1J} a student at PLC and L\tm;[jff OUl for amI from !O t 12 Cor iJ:lske lb. II. b3 kctvill • Lute J. V.'� w,lI pl:!y Eatomill for the second tim.. when they mc- t Ihl:m in tIle prtliminary to tho: PLC­ C "'ltr a 1 :amc, M nday {Vt nmg. De. �"mb"1' 1 5. Game tim!' is 6: 1 5.

GArland 3372 COUll NO SOtOOL \'IAIi

P�C

Have New C h an g es i JV's Ta ke Ga me

Pick Up a n d Delivery

COMA CI

2

I C on ference R u I es 1 01

'9� �'Z4

.,

To Tune of 75·52

They did this through man' in ence and accuracy. Thei r

slowly throughout tbe game, neither

team, 40-30 with John 37

Dickens' " Christmas Ca rol" will he Celltral-PLC varsity game on Mon­ o join tbe F�tival Chorns in 'ing. ­ "Silent Night, H o ly Ni g h t" by pre s ente d by Curtain Call nexl Wed day, Decembe r 1 5. Afternoon games no"sday at 7 :30 in the eMS Auditor­ will I,e played this com i n g week an z G ruber. Mr. Fri tts will again t the organ playing the organ ium followi n!! the Delta Pi Ka ppa Wednesday a nd Thursday afternoons, Ch risunas Banqllet. T he admission s t al ting at 4 p.m. lude. o is 'llristmas concert h as b een w il l be 2 5 c e nts; all procc:"cls go t x

wa, denied again to the Gladiators

when

3

!

O lStandlI1g bo ar d play of � Krussow p il e d up 1 6 points i n Ivy cvenmg was by Lund and NordqUIst tain twice, but the secon d Imme was Hall" victory, and Iver Eliason made who covered the boards well on both a heart-brea k e r for PL ' to lose. e e good with 14 i n the Clover Creek A d fense and offense . Lutes had led all the way, only to hove Top men for the Lutls were Nord­ game. S ea ttle U SqU C",7(, by th< m m tbe uist dropping in 1 0 and M ayberry Next week's schedule is being re­ final seconds, 6 7 -65. paced the Loggl!rs w i th 26. vised because of the conflict wi th the J ohnn y O'B rien W3! held to 1 8

com �

the p rogram, the Congrpgation

the Western

urtaln Ca II T0 I Present "ea ro I "

1C

for "The Hallelujah Chorus" by . e

1952

the fi n a l e PLC tied th e sc ore at wi th PL C beginning to find the basbut couldn't go ahea d . The ket after a slow start. From tbat lfeacox of Central led the scoring Fritz scoring 1 4 for Ea s te rn . Other main r e a s on for this was the sh a r p poi nt, Seattle U p ull ed slowly to the . with 1 7 an d Dunn and Myer foI- games saw Ivy Hall A defeat Eastern shootmg by Jake Maybe1T of O P S 3 poi same team.

Ilues; " Wh at Child is This", also .ditional English ea.rol by Healey lowed with 1 1 each . .Bill i ngs with 1 1 A, 3 1 -2 7 ; Ivy Hall su ccu mb to C e n t ra l an: "Now I Lay Me Down to . " . was high for the Lu t ts, followed by B, 29-3 7 ; and C l ove r Creek A dump k d r • " b v Hu mpe r mc from H anse I h Gre�cl; and another tradi t i onal NordqUISt and Forseth wit 9 each. the Central Bibs C, 35-19. Dick carrol

English

J

MArket 3330

SILVE

Since I b 8 9

MIEROW'S 1 1 05 Broad ay Tacoma


1 952

Question of

Vikin

II

al a

UJ

Club Party

'iking- dub held i t s a nnual sm or-

the Week

cccmber 1 I , at S p.m. In the uppe r

;ulxlrd

Christmas

p:1rt �

SUB.

Turrid Tandberg read

last

ni lr h t,

the Ch rist-

I

I

II L A Adopts Ch�rch; II

nc

Linne Society

h ol i d,'. y

1 6, at

hold

a

seas on ,

·

i .-,A ltIlOU!!h LS \ WI' 11 no t have I' ts , Tuesday, Dec i ; regular mteting this week because of HalOld Lcraas

Linne

get-t,� gether 7 :0 0 III Dr.

B egl n ew ear

T0

old pa rtie s during t he

In keeping with the PLC tradition

that <l1I clubs

her ProJeets

a

Society

will

not

the Lutes

, hat ,""auld you do ? " This i� what the L\ t �y: T

lIr'J

f

quote

wo ld

u

Ilnd kne

1

tU

'. n .y h.

and ac J like on...

Shinkorthe:

Jim J .u.;

SeU

and

him

ens, bor lao h. E rnie Dori1

nut3.

Stand

Phi l :

I'd

tell

there

him

he

I

.

.1

and '

Mission

was

nose . • IkIh Me- dam ' I'd 10 k for a fem a k anthoduuid .. 11 go out. RQr r M. {hen I'd crawl p a tree. Bob So:, nson: I'd call him a Syll3tJdrornorph r ight back! JP C:lrl�trom' Thry should b • IlIlIlIt I .,f I I"'l\JrlveS. Don Ch(· It"rfidd : A�k him what don t do

rusaders

i

week.

c ond itions

in Iray as he �aw them on �is recent Dr.

tho�r

Eastvold

de.scri he

I

DPK Banquet

Delta Phi Kap p a ( dorm girls) will

II are

I

.n

1 he TacoUt Zoul ic; I Sot iety wJ\l toni h I :It 8:00 i n room 1 08 of II Scilmr. · Hnll. Mr. F orti W ilkr , Sl'". llk, .1 tIll miJ r the Unitt'd Stat . F ish and Wildlif" Se rvice, will discuss and with

1lidcs ,

Rcalint'" by the J a p a n

the

dub members

French

increase d

n mber

oi

tertaim'd at

a

Musical entertainment will be fur­

nished. and refreshments will bt' �crv-

topic,

ed.

.e.

Save Ele ctri city Save Jobs

I

Two Blocks North

on

Mt. Highway

DI HOWEL Sporting Goods

929 CllIe IIm rcc St. MA 5665

Law - 3 49 . 3 7 J83H. Development

PLC. LSA

s,

abou t

an inspira tional program in a y hurdl within a 60-mile radius upon

on

request.

with

will pu t

Th e other project p'�rta ins to co r-

K ving e,

responding: asked " l1

sen

r ha i mnIl

this wed;,

addr

;,

a

t h is

cific Northwc, t fr

of

se rVlCCllm n

or

Tacoma

AS

and a

1 92 0

N

l S YO -

R 3 7 8 S!'h5D. IT!

- T .lpe riAI R U5£ia, 1 9 1 7. 9+7 .07 K 1 4i Brr ie ,:\T atu ra l Sc\eclJon of Political Forces - 320. 1 B456 -

K a rpo " ich 1 80 1

-

£CONO ncsBakew II-Wh a t An: We U,ing For MoUlY - 332 19 B58W. Jo u ve:ncl-- fhr:

of

E'hi -

-

"39 J82£.

dine of Capitalism - 2 6 1 .S5

D39R.

.- Oppo rtunities in uc ial Work - 3 6 1 .069 A30. Castro - The Geography of

SOCIOLOGYAnderson S

Hunger - 33S. 1 C 2 7 G.

EDUCATION­ of Ch i ld

- 1 3 6 . 7 G87B. Officer of U, S. Educa tion C erti fication Requireme nts in Griifiths-Behavior

I

re n

3 7 1 . 1 3 3 Un3C.

States

and

Diificulties

Tarit ories

PHYSICS--

03 1 .37 H2.4-E, Erk oon £It -I iC" I En,;i i ng, Thcory and Prar-tl<':L 6 : 1 .3 Ed·E.

Ha rri,-Eketrica l Meas\II l,

-

I

LADIATO

of onc:, picas!': contact me."

To Go Sundies Shakes

M c C A Y 'S ICE REAMERY

She h.:ts

'I("phone M rs . South a

195 1

dl

at

HA

three or iour riders. Pleas

enger coupe , and wiIi have

1 2 2 nd tl5 Pacific

GRanite 9 9 4 6

COCA-COLA BOrfLING. I

l'bOm

for

6 p.m. She will be Ieavin� in the :l- fter­ Dcccrnbn 1 9 and returning January 4.

call after

There's fun-fille,l confusion

when the campus empties

into cars, trains and planes

as Christmas holidays

begin. Heading for good

times? Pause for a Coke

and go refreshed.

eomED -UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IY

�Ir.

s i56.

noon,

GR. 3526

"Coh'> I. a ,.,

-

Plymouth five-pass.

Shoe Store

GA AGE

ntCllt

Gloria '------

SfJUee '",Parkland

G EN ERAL AUTOM OB I LE REPAI R!. G

Re­

Demant- Rellg io n and the De­ distributioh

Happy New Year

411 Garfield St.

The

-

Norwegian

di i�ion, StudI. nts who will h,- going to i. k sh'd Califo r nia, Los A ngc cs in particula r, w h o has and would like a ride are a, ke d to

icemen.

Anyone

of

Lut heran Schools in thl' Pa­

Campus capers call lor ke

P A R K L A D X X X D R I V E .. I Parklan d

contact theu' pastors

i ng. "In the past, meetings of the Soc iety have been held, ;n the main, a t the Colkge of Puget Sound. If we

urtOn Oste nson, head of the have :J. good student showing, possibly . PLC BlQlog), Dt' artlllent invites all more meetings can be held at this Int rc trd student ! t{) attend the mcet- end of town." Dr.

1

deputations from

Boardi ll � in writing

Club member s this year in one group.

th

Dressy clothes a rc t o be worn as was hr' tmas social hOllr d on e at the Thanksgiving dinner. from 3 :00 o'clod to 5 : 00 o'clock , Tuesday, DC C t"Ill bt' r 1 6, i n the lower SV B lounge.

TTl ("\

uM rin', �runmal'· . " His particular mpha I will h,.. n the whales and dolphiDt: of thl" P u grt Sound region. Mr. Wilkr ILlS r ,ently returncd from J pan wh :e he- studied pelagi c fur

wi!! be cn-

French Club

itks arc not large enough to handle

during I h e Christmas rct requested

of

Introduc­

SCHNACKENBERG

I

.

Enemy

tion t o the Study of Romar.

' I

I

B G2SS.

Gentz,

-

Jolowicz-Historical

�53.

ce

of

Friend

B AL I D .

-

Secret a ry of Europe;

-

Napoleon

e

I

Alcuin.

-

Friedrich

s

Zo logical Society

i1!ustr..t IC

Mann

I

'on<1- to'Jr of the Ne.u· ' st. ln�s:iTl 1 the !pOI1S()i h<.: nnll. I Ch istmas b a n- ! ring \ 'h I an Int! ',ehro,d j" hrrr i count ry' s low standard of liVUlg. The- quet for the Bonrdlllg" t:lub Wedneswhat • 'oah Webst('r sa)"s: "Hav i n g pr ogram also featurtod a re"ding, d ay, D,...· mlwr 1 7, at 6 p. m. 'h(" banquc \ ·m sr rved cafclight (lOlorcd hair and a fair 'ompJcx­ "Our Jungle Night" by Ann'" B tu ;). ' ' and a duet, "0 Holy Night" by Mary tl'ria stylr d n d there w i II be no proIon. -----_._---.l od Dave Ensberg. gram bo:: aus e the dining room fa ilwho

its

u e -

Student Dire�tories

o

Chuiemagne

"adopting" of the Elk Plain Lutheran

e e

e

Ma�: I'd poke him in the

Janet

bas i c attraction is the food offe red

er

I ' d ering(· .

Hanst·n

concert,

Christmas

e�

Bob lk tty: I ' d r u n l i k e tht dicl:­ t:

Annual

084 F66T.

an

Chc ng--The D ra g n Sheds Its

e e

ay, "Jmpos�ibobble." M . ' ichnLor.. fI:.we r.Hi:r�y! FIClnit ' ]I.{ n I son . I c an' t Le, I'm real good . T >und Ch ri!ItTnas. Salim :M II i I love r0tl. D"n 0 -ard C t d Wll. on my hand!;

..

the

standin g of the USSR - 947.-

Florins y-Toward

Duckett

The program was closed with gr ou p 3 S r fr shm e n ts the main drawing Chu rch a strugglint:' congregation lo­ singing i n Norwegian, I d by Profes- card for members and friends has been : cated 'three miles southeast of ParkI SOl' Tandber�, a c compan Ied by ;vf yrna t b e fri e nd l y "good times" had by fac­ land. Under the "adoption plan", Sh lv r. ulty and students at this seasonal LSA'ers wiII help plant shrubbery, Everyone enjoyed the refreshments function. paint the b uilding, and teach Sunday . served smurgasbord style. Among the The usual games. bobblllg for eyesc hool. At pr esent it is being served I Ioods seryed were flat brod, lefse, b l I s, pa. s the eardrum, c t c e te ra, by a a�tor on a part time basis, bu t � p . Scandinavian cheeses, sandwiches and WIll be pla y . As a s?cel�1 feature:, the preaching cnd of the ch u rch will Nonvegian cookies. r. d of WIll Leraas s show h IS h es D t h e pr oba bly come n d r LSA's j uris­ Co-chairmen Mary Ensberg and �{t. Rai ni outing. diction next y ea r to relieve the overMary Lou Biery planned th e smorgasburdened pastor. I bordo Pro,[,rarn arrangements w e r e �yonc interestc� i n helping �his � made by Thelma Nygaard and Jeanprojec t should contact Hal RuddIck , Under the sp onsorshIp of th e As- ' nette Rustcen. wh o is p n'se ntly acting Sunday Schoo l e sociated Women Students , st u d n t tendl,nt. d ire ctories are now on sal e i n O ld superin The Church will be the th em of Main Hall during the noon a nd dinner . the thre e January meetina-s, it was Dr. S. C . 1!.astvold was the fea- hou rs . tured speaker at the Mission C rusaddec i de d a t the counc il meeting �his In these 50-page director ies a re the . ers meeting Tu sday evening. H e dewee k. January 1 1 WIll be the fIrst names and addresse s of facul t y and ' scribed condition s in the O rien t as s meeting of 1 A Bible study has tud e nt s, and a l i st of the clubs and been slated tor Janu aI), 18 under he found them on his trip last sumtheir officers. mer. H e als o discussc d the po si bility This i s th e f i rst time that a stud e nt th e afore mentioned t heme. "G roup of a Missionary Ernphasis Week, study le aders for this meeting <lre s till directory has been on sale a t PLC similar to Spiritual Emphasis Week. An y on e i n terested should n eed e d Hcsse a and to n Ellen goes d n credit a Missionary Emphasis Week, if it L om to - 1 1 4 a t 1 p.m. tomorrow," , c e m committ ee of AWS members who co ma t cr;�,\ise s, will b e some t im e i n Everett Savage, Study and Witnes k d th e in forma t ion. i p March or ApriL Herb Neve, preside nt, ec t y said yesterday. of 2 5 cents, th ese books s re <lr For a pr i I .lp po int ed a commi W' e he ad ed by I ca be sed n lTwo other LSA s rvice proj ec ts are I a u r c c He f\ f y om Na n p r Kenneth )scarson to investigate the also bejng emphasized with th e a dlan and Jt'wel lIC'rrid. problem s and advanta ges of such a vent of 111 C Yuletide ,cason. Students a

bel'S on his accordion.

Ed lund : I 'd run and hide. 'row Okcfenoke

I I

Under­

HI STORY-

Scales - 95 1 .041 C4 1 D .

mas Gospel in Norwegian, nella Le'; horne. members have been busy tacklin g a ," r lliOk at thei r d ic l ionarie s , The played a piano solo, a S candinav ian About this time e <lch year the memnew project and preparing for future scientific s tudy ).t, ST canduc-le<! story was read by Topper Nielson, be rs have b" cn invited to the home of meetin gs . TI c: u st illn of this poil was: "If a nd Dick Myking played several n UIn- o ne of th e fa cul ty advisors. Although The new project is the recent someone called vou a xanthoe,hrOld, or

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I Spur pree of '53 I

Dixon to T a ch dvertisi 9 Next Seme ter •

Sa urda In S U B

VO L. 30

Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in the

SUB, the curtains will pa rt on the opening act of ' the

extrava ·

SpUl

',II'. Harold Dixon has been add· ganza-Spur Spree of ' 5 3 Admist o Ule faculty n e ·t �emester as sion is i: ust.s 25 cents pel' person, lecturer in a dve rti si ng, i t was days , school Wit h the th em e de known thro 19l1 t h e E co nom· dedi ca tions a re made to va rious ; and B us i n e s s Administration organizations on the campus. '1'he p�rtment.

of

care

Well qualified fo r the position, s trate d I. Di

Olt

a

Advertising

the

of

W

s hi ngton

i s,

by 110 mea ns ,

pnb '

"The Church" is Theme Fo r J an ua ry L. S. A. eeting J.

Rev.

L.

.

Former professor of ol'nothoJogy

at Pacific Lutheran and one of the

will

deliver

a

message

it

hatl

oronthologists

outstanding

in

guest

en·

in

Dr.

Ariton, until

who his

taught

failing

at

t he n .

carry

bird s and bi r d calls. He knows over

I

ut th e gen eral theme ror January, a hun dred o f thes e bird class and thing yet.) lieutenant in the Navy-a com· On the committee are Alta Pr st· "The ClJ.l.1rcll". Slleci a l music w ill v' l I be ,giving some of t.hem in t fighter pil ot a n d W ' s a gro und bye, Kathy Biery, Anita Hell baum. be prov i d e d by f e an fi'rieske, and bapel o n Tuesday. His son, Paul, hool Inst Ic l r. He has had tfain· I ri s . 'ordman, and Faith Dueltmann. ,Johl� Rydgren \ il l g i ve d �vO ti ons. w a s g raduate d from PLC last June I S unuay, January 1 8 , a BIbl e st udy at Hjg hs t ol ll'!ge , ]\;orth Caro· a nd i s now in the Army. iln d di sl'ussi on on the topic "As· , and ha� dlso had e.·p el i enc e

.rec tor. Bc(ol'e tile war , he senred

ber

The c o u rs , Advert i s i n g o r E BA " , wi l l g i v e fu l l t h ree ho u rs c red it

d

I I I be at

p.m. Th ursday eve· h

7

ra u i

hgS. Ac o rd i n g to M r. Dwi ght month or ,Iauf, th e cour e w i l l be a i n sight t'as t ure advert i si n g and ..b l e t o b r i n g

M r. DIXo n

In

will

spec i a l ists

trip.

to g i ve l ect Ul'es a l so. T h i s

.. fi e l

ive Freshmen icked As New ute Song eaders were

freshmen

1'e,',OI ded.

\.ape

broad­

These an

as

Dr.

extended

SuvQ!1;e.

Salvation

and

the

is on t he agenda. Everett :;tudy

and

witness

cllair·

man, will lead the gro u p . Concluding

the

January

Paul

I

select d

,

and

t he

djscussing

disa dvantages

a

<

n,

,

t,

themes are :

student

at PLC, on January

congregation

queen and the other M uri el Me tlister, aomi

!lfney.

Ja net

Moe,

nakku k en.

and

Myrna

The tryouts fo!" songleaders were

J ust

T0

uUe Bugs" eature Movie

Ie

[or

admittance

to

the

'mest

Glaser.

Letters we re g i ven to Ray B a r n es, RO n B i l l i n s, D i c k Larso n , D i c k � G r .i swo l d , J i m B a l l, R o g e r M adsen,

Princton ,

1"

ha s

begun

with

Bill

Roger

Paui

ster's

wer

register the fourth wee

classe

may

'ng the afternoons inform al

be obtained

tuhlmlller,

.Ier,

has

Don

M o rris,

Wangamo. g'ven letters as managers for

men.

Jersey,

ASB

been forced

set for the week of January 19 to

to leave

year, will serve in that

pacity during Rich's absence.

j ust

s ci e nce

and

but

I

a d d i tiona l

k n ow

you

on-stay

the

hill

th ere.

be

you

-

Go l d e n

The

t h e meeing De c em ber 18. Constitution Commitee WliS se-

Psj

I " The

prescribed

point

During

the

closed

week,

will

Omega

Playbill".

Cast

in

Denvellt

a.nd John Waldorf.

Ry dgren,

and

Malcolm

John

Solne,

the

also appeared telling of the activ' iti es during the past year of Theta

I

Pi, the PLC chapter of Alpha P si Omega. Tryouts for the student f e stiva.l produc t ion o f '�Job" were held last M orris

night.

Hendrick son

direct the all.male

wil l

cast.

will be closed. 'rhis announcement fices.

deans' of.

guests,

there

late·leaves,

are or

to

Accordion

will

selections

highlight

saders'

by

the

, 1 Ission

Cru-

meeting Wednesday, Janu­

Salim will speak o n the National Lutheran Council·supported orphan schools in which he taught in Pal· ellUne, and he will show the group

night

Chi nook

p.m.-Ski

9 : 00

a.m.

to

5 : 00

Pass ;

J).m .-Boy

SUB and Library cl aeSI' oms. 8 : 00 p.m.-Spnr Spree in th

SUB. 8 : 0 0 p. m.-PLC VB . East­ ern. the re . S UNDAY-

6 : 00 p .m.-L.S.A. i n the

UB,

MONDAY-

t'!l'l Letter­ men's club meeting In M-I0 9 : -109 ; 5 : OO-ICC m e ling I n 6 : 45-Prayer meeting in CMS­ 12 : 10-DRG

Day

l

I'

Room ;

meeting 12 : 30

in

-

B ; 7 : 15-WAA tournout In the

Gym :

'7 : 30-Camera

1.·104 ;

luI'>

Kap pa

9 : 1 0�Pi

In

In

Ci\IS·122. T UESDAY6 : 30

2nd [100" council In 7 : DO-French Cl u b in

-

Spurs

in

lounge : 7 : Ol}-LSA

L·ll S ;

CMS·122 ;

7 : 00-Pep Rally In

7 : 15

-

Alpha

Sigma

6 : 30-Bllle Key meeting In SDick

Chapel.

photographs of the country a ound

there

over

6 : 00

to

meeting.

a.ry 14, at 6: 30 p.lll. in the Tower

aver­

permi!! 'ons granted for that time.

to

trip

WJ<JDNESDAY-

Myking and a talk by S l i m Mitri

test

DO

a.m.

Club

SUB ;

Mission Crusad'ers Have Mitri Soeak

been

be

S : 00

Lambda; 9 : 15-Ho lly Hall El .

are to be no meeti n gs unless they

dormitory,

at t h e

Scout Training S c hool In the

play

t.he

b)

s ponsored

LallJbda

South Tacoma R ol l r Bowl.

publication,

national

Party,

Sigma

In

oner

SATURDAY-

a scene from

Bethlehem.

23, continuing through test week, are over by 7 : 3 0 p.m., and no outCrusaders preSident, Mission and the weekend Janua ry 23 to 25 side activities. In the women's Herb Neve, wishes to stress the wa s made through the

Alpha

WhitW01'th

.

9 : 30·12 : 00 -

Skating

be

P L C student actors. A short arti cle

weeks

passing the

grade

photography

were the broad way actor, Clarence

the first ti me may take I t again. The

8 : Ol}-PLC v s Spokane ;

appeared on the cover of the Alpha

applicati ons being

not

is Is

the 1952 Dram a-M us ic l<�estival pro. o f "Sleep o f Prisoner s "

received this year. student

and

ored recently when

there are only 7 5 spots to be filled

A

publicity

The drama department was hon.

., It I' S not ea�y to be accepted for 1100

co·chai rman

and

j" RIDAY-

ega Drama DeptU ..Honored . In Nat') IPuo Icalion

In

contained

lat er w hether or not he has acc e pted.

Basehore, Martens,

9 TO 1 6

JAN UARY

is

event

[, AIpba p I.

sions at the UniverSity. He Is then

with over

Ca m pus C a l e n d a r

t hi s

for

$ 10 duction

a

a pproximately two

"

-------

ed for an interview, oral examlnatl'on, before the board of admJs notifl ed

thirty

Jack Hoover.

ton catalogue is 2.5 and above.

A closed week and we el end are

treas-

YOU' re

fi l l

is

been arran ged for by Don Hefty and

lasting from 9 : 00 in the morning t o 5 : 0 0 in the afternoon. They did no t cover

An

age in the University of Washing­

CLOSED WEEKEND

illness. Al Fink, ASB treasur­

-

Fal k,

Er n i e

uating seniors and five are fresh-

get-togethers

hool for at least six we ks due r last

Bord e n ,

T welve of the l e ttermen are grad­

reg­

:tb their advisees. Rich

Bi I I

for the first.

:-ars office. Tonight the advisers !laving

Arn i e

C h esterfi e l d ,

Don

the second year and Dick Predmore

of next se­ in t.he

M cAdams.

T('d Grotjohn, and Gil Kleweno

1.9 to 23. Fresh-

Schedules

B lI rr e l l ,

J o nes,

' followi ng week and sophomores

January.

Larso n ,

J ack

ing the afternoon this paRt week.

en will

Bob

t i m e a r e : Ga ry G a l e, L o u i e B o i t a n o ,

lu niors are scheduled to register week of Januar

B a r n h art, a n d

Receiv i n g P LC l etters for the f i rst

seniors

thos e

when

d o n't

Also at.

done by Vernel Hance. Buses have

medj('al

Center

Testing

New

cent".

1I kets

questions pertaining to S O C iolo gy, D o u g M c Grath, G l e n n W e r n e r, a n d pOliti c al science, business , etc_ Bob B rog-t h e t h .ird y e a r for t h e m . l If the student has done well Aw rded seco n d year letters w e r e e no ugh on the test, he is then call-

:d fifth year students registering

long

in

ski

contro l ,

under

t i red,

:\Iyrna Pfannekucke n. Handling the

Application Is first made to th e

Educational

the

Phyllis

,

eglstration for th e 1953 spring

ski

" b athtubs",

a

is

busfare

and

price '?

school are as follows :

and three letters t.o manager s were

m This Month

s k i ers, re-

i n d e r,

e junior fift.y also made known that cla88 is planning a n all -ni ght fl ' twenty-five trip. A movie, " S k i C llase , was

admission

of

cents,

Laetitia

The ste ps th rough vhich t h e st � d. . . ent has to go In makmg apphcatlO:l

Twenty- one letters, six blankets

t �isfer f r Spring

re

fol' shoe ' shown to condude the meet.J.ng. cellts ' wl' ll be charged � What more could you want sk·a,tes. r----, for an evening of fun at s uc h a low

Three Pre-Med Students T ake Entrance Exams

Football 'Players Receive Awards

HIes.

as 'il

member your s k i etti q uette. A lways

.

price

The

a wa,rded to this 1952 PLC football fee is submitted. The tests are afore Christmas, with the champions. offel ·ed twice yearly at cerlain _,ounCI'1 an d a fn cu Ity com· C 'l' he si x s en iors who received . l ila throughout testmg ce.nters '>.te selecting the gjrls on th e blankets fOI' fOllr years of varsity coun try. T I1e tes t. 'mg cen ler I' n , th l S i s o f general a n . ' p e a r a n ce rhy- play are : Al Fink, Glen Hu fman, . f d 'IS t riC t was th e C 0II ege 0 f P uge t 1m, c haracter, ability as a s ongArt Swanson, ClIuck FOI'sland, Ole S oun d . 'T IIe tes t s were ta l, en " l¥Ion· del', a nd P L C repr e sentative Magnuso n, manage r and Nick day. No v . 3 and WRS an all day test Id

" 1d en t,

Duane Romo.

Strom,

Tonight

Chuil'man

:

"hosen

3

lUI' are

Gordy

cha.lrman,

leded : Bob Brog, chai rma. ; Don1 i' ," C,0.nn"I e ,T acob on ', S·1 m k'lU . to 1 2 : 30 tilere na from ,,(, : 30 25. will be an all school s kating party Howard Christensen. the End. It wi l l introduce the audience to Suggestions were made concernat the Roller Bowl in South TaJanuary ll-Envy's Evil Work. "" means of the panel the su bJ'ect b J coma. Sponsoring theis ev nt is the ing a fashion show and as to �etJanuary 18 - The R evealing and a pamphlet on a si mi l a.r congre· business c l ub Alpha Sigma Lambda. ting competition under way I t IUS The

uary 14 , here.

From the girl , Romona 'Watkins

'Trartsport tIOD :

Bloom,

s k i i ng.

Business Club Sponsors Skate '

advantages

o[

Turitl

From,

Bob

R u ! e is a good r u l e to fo l low w h i l e

will be a p.mel df8cussion by students,

Program,

Olson ;

Lauren

unusual and interesting program.

series,

I nJ/orms 'h osen by the gi rl s r On �l on day at 7 ; 3 0 in L-104, 1 ite kirts, black corduroy wes- , Camera Club will hold its first 'r hree Pre·Medical students at. anlt white long-sleeved blou se s. meeting in 1 953. A prepared movie PLC, Grace Foege, .Jim Kauth, a nd ere wU I be a song·leatler €Omb- slide lecture from the Rodak �Com· Bill Rieke, have just recently com. � o n the weskit ill gold. The song- pany will be s ho w n and plans for a de 's � ill make their fi!"st ap· week·end outing will be made. All pleted taking an examinatio n for smncs before the student b ody' who would li ke to SOil an interest­ entrance to the University of Wash· ington 'Medical Scho o l ill seatue, the PLC·CPS ba ske tt.)alJ game, i ng movie, plan to attend. ,

o n Tuesday a s th i s will b e a very

selected :

Bernie

president,

ASB

"Tangsmo,

urges all students to attend Chapel

T(1ngne. gation at St. Olaf College in North· Januar y 25-Fleeing from Du ty ' field, Minn. The pamphlet, pub· 01' Can't I Do As I Please ? lished by Augsb u rg Publishing These broadcasts are heard as Honse, is one of a series in which scheduled over radiO station KMO Dr. Eastvold's " Let Us Go to in Tacoma, please ch , ck youI' paper C hapel" has been printed. r r t he time.

DI; kaders for PLC duMng the ' mindol" of the 1952·53 y ea r

Janua ry.

January 4-The Beginning and

ass i s ope n t o J u n i o rs a n d s e n i ors.

Five

. el'nlon themes for the

Eastvold is a way on

in

'r(' h "

Dr. S. C. Eal:llvold has disc]osed

s

of

sw'unee

tri p to

mHtees 1R. The fo ll o wi ng com

T a n d b e rg, J o h n CrUll

Dr. Eastvo Lists KMO Ra io ermon

first outing

Ch inook at a m ee ti ng held D 'C,lm­

This meeting will be the first in ago, has written several books on were

a series of three pl a nned to

Uri. 'atu rday

Club's

Plans were marIe for the

the

eyesight

him to retire a fe w years

forced

Ski

the

wi th

Student Body Day. school

enthusia ts wi l l lo osen

u p th os e ru sty jOints

Tuesday,

n ext

Chapel

N O. 1 0

Ski Club PI ns For Outing at: Chinook 5 5 The ski

the

Northwest, Dr. ArIton will be the

Central Lutheran Church in Ever· ett,

'

t

M il.

g, 1 953

C O L L E G E, J A N U A R Y

Dr. Ariton, Former P r of , On Cha pe l P rog ra m Tue sda y

of

pastor

MOillen,

I

L U T H E RA N

the

with their worst show o n ty Earth, well, you haven't seen any·

uglas Fi1'

as

ARll oeia lion

')'wood

PAC I F I C

entire t i tled "T11e College Student and the C burch , " to LSA'ers, Sunday night show, there will be ma ny more acts. (You thought that the Lettermen at 6 : 30 p.lU.

Thi s

, te Adver ti s e r s ASf'ociation. He , fo rmerly with the

classroom

attra ctions will be a m idget show.

Company

Tacoma and is h ead of the Board

Di rectors

typical

scenes dep icted. One of the central

is now connected with

Condon

an d

demon­

be

baby will

the

Mo o rin g

he

I

earlier hour at which the meeting

is bei ng bel d t o allo\\' students to

attend the baslretba l l game at 8 : 00.

204 ;

6 : 30-Misslon Crusaders

meeting in the To

er

Chapel ,

8 : 00·-PLC vs. CPS, here.

THURSDAY1 2 : 30-Campus the

Tower

Studen t

de votio ns

Chape l ;

Council

in

6 : 30

meeting

In

ASB office ; 6 : 30-APO meet­ ing i n CMS·1 2 2 ; 7 : 3 �Curtain Cal l meeting on

CMS stage ;

7 : 30-La.dy Lutes m e ting In SUB ;

8 : 30-Alph a Psi meet­

Ing In Speech officI' . FRIDAY-

2: OO-Faculty A<'Uvt ties Com­ mittee m eUng I n M-114 ; 8 : 00 PLC vs. St. • lard n , there.


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s d u ring t h c fJ ng fo r four ! The Women's Dorlll1tO I'Y was ' mas holidays---o nc December 26 and thr� on December 2 7 . Doris Johnson '49 a nd Ralph Hatlen , who a t t e n ded PLC alive with the annollJu::ement of raduated from Washington State last year, fou r engagements o n Sunday eve­ for two y.: rs and were rna ried December 2 6 in Evere t t ' s Central L u theran Church. ning and one o n Monday even ing. Th hride Wag a.tlended by Laura On the th i rd floor ch oc ol at e s cene of the marriage of i\-I ari on Sperstau, Co ninne An ne Spitzer. re pa ssed by Ann S c h mi dt wh o we D Li en ing, m .Joh amI ummings nnd .!Itllul a Ogren L ar s o n. Jack Hat­ a nno unc ed her engagement to Bill ce mber 27. The bri de s maids, in m anll best s ther' bra bIs I BolandlO'C' or Bridgeport, 'Vashing­ Ipo wa own o f me dium blue, were G race uchltolz. , Alan u hel's " ere Ron ton. �o date has been set for the Llttau, Jo Ann j,'eoge, Hel,n a ro mot JOhDllOJl, ther b Ha tien, and weuding. Di rec tl y across the hall Nodtvedt, and Jean Liming, and Clr tiw brltJ . Margue rite Thompson from A n n's room. La Verne \Vells I t he brille's s; s te r, Lorraine Cumpassed a box of A p p let s to disclose I sang. In s \\ 'IS maill of honor, wearill 1 d ge e I n a smal l ceremony at � '" Trin­ [ sky bl tl e . 'l'h e u sh e rs h e r enga m � t t� N e�l Ame n . A :.J p an S umme r weddmg rs b e mg pl anne ll. Jlt!lp�l i n PJll'kland , H)" _'/I week bet\\ een th e t wo fields.. You _ r e dlite dlnner j,wkels v ith \ J DJerkeset. and Do Krug were mar­ can't beat the lare ei t hel'. One C'l)nni Jacobson s llI'pri s ed e ve ryKe ller, Da le c a r nati on s , on e by re veali ng an engagement t' d in lhe ufternoon of De c em ber bUl'k gives y ou ' sea t and a paraGlelln Warner, :Bob Og, and Don ' I hie's only alten dn.D.t was . ring as h er "badlv b rui se d haud " . :n. TIw , . (:h ute. U y ou d on ' t use t he chute, reman ; .Terry Llmll1g, brother o ( h ' 1 " d 'f Highland Street Lutheran ChUl'ch l'<tarllyn "Boots " Knlg, s i st er or t Ila t " e. han caug lt III th e 001' 0 ' you get your mo n e y ba ck. Not the gr om, was best man. The bride Highland a t \Va chusett St re et ' 0 b' 1\ n a r, wa'l u nbandaged. She lhe groom, tmd Harr'Y Kmg, cousin bad at all. is a senior at PLC and th e groom Worces ter 9, Ma s achns etts passed chocolates t o a,n nounce h er o[ the �l'oom ' li S be,;t man. Dob is S ey mo u r w i s h e s to send h i s love was gl'aduated trom here in 1952 -I January 1953 engagement to Bob Brog. No d a te i n the Ir Force, s ta ti o ned at to a l l his girl f r i e nd s at P LC. Dave Greetings : has beeu set fOI' th wedding. Furth· 1.0·· e � All' B as nea.r Denver, Ken t s ends gree t i n gs to Glen THE FATE OF A SENIOR Greetings f rom all t he PLC men J er do w n the hall, on fo u rt h floor, Wi­ Colo ,Ida. o h nso n w i t h the h o p e h e ' l l soon T e Juniors Tespect us nona K r o e ge r tolll of her engage­ h e r e at Ft. Devens s Mass. Whether see h i m i n t h e AgaInst It se tting of bo l d , red, A rm y. G e n e R e i ber Thcy don't really mind­ you know i t or not , t here a re qui te sends I ment tn .lens Knudson, '52. ant! gleen, AI' rei n Vohs and Bill reg a r ds to P h i l H ef t w i th For the seem to remember \Vhen w hat they had done New a bu n ch of Lu t e s he r e i n "Bloody th e VaBwlg were ulll ted in m a rri a g e at h o pe he h as better' l uc k in f i nd. They're a whole y ear behind! Eve was be i ng discussed at Old �e\\' E n," a land." '\-V e're all v er.v i n g a P LC g i r l f r i e n d thi s year. Our Savior's Luth eran in Spo kan e. The ophomores can't fathom it party in Betty R i gge rs and Margi e anxious to h ave the M. M. s ent o a annor a l'!oJd sat in dl es s , Ca rol t t H owar d Wo r l y s e nds g reet i n gs to (To them we arc bOTes ) H il l ' s hoom M o nday evening, J e an I least o n e of ou r t.ribe so w e ca n ge t M Volls v. (l,S her I st er's mai d uf honr. Karl and a l l t h e S p eec l� De . That the Juniors last year T a nnPT a n nonnced that 1\fargie g ot a. glimpse ' a t '!-ven t.a at ou!' Al m a p a rtmen t . or. TlIe olhlH b i de s maids, M' ry Are the mig 1 y S iors. engaged. Margie's finance is Gene 1\'1 ammy.' To date we are : Sta.n Ellsborg, Jea: ne Fri el3ke, Joanne Our bes t wishes to you all 1'01 But OUT D w fTeshmen frien dl Rolandelll, a. senio i' music ma,i or :o. ro n�on ' 5 1 , Gene R ei ber, Dwight I" r emnn, !U'e n K, ern, wor e gr at y ea r at Luteville. They look down thdr snozzl ! from San Franei. co State Univers- S ·mom, Del ,- J ohnson, HQwa rd dark gre en salin, Eleanor H ansen And try to c()nvincc us S in cerei , ity. TO' plans have been made for or l ey, tol t e , V rao n R oo k· I ant! Jean Pierce, candlell Iters' I We're a bunch of ol d fO.'>sils. " . he Oys" llip wedding stad, anrl Dua.ne Tollefson '5 2, 'W ·re In red satin. t man was P.S. If a n)- of yo u "clvilia ' Daye Kent ';,3, a n d Dewey H e n DII" Va " g. roth r o[ the gr.·o m. ricks oll ' 5·1 . Ve have quite a should f(,(ll prompteu to write to auti the 11 hera were 1e 'Bakken, "Doubly d o we thank Him th at He is able to fill our l i ve s wUh ti m , g ett i n g togt:: ther, talk tng o ver any or tile " dogg!e�" Erul!st Johnson, Herb 'eve, a.n d mentioned. plell.sUl'e even in this II-OTld of �in." o l d time s . Right O'W a number of (we reali?e rno t (> -orm Jollnson 'I'he VaBw1g's will o u slUIer trom "We shal l be gainers and not losers." t.he fellt)IYs are plannin g n getti n g b rok n arm!» se nd them to 1 1 8 c/o make their home in the T \\in Cities, Dr. J. P. pnueger off in time to lake ill the :\I a y Rev. P. E. Nieft, 41 Wachusett S vohfl Bill is a stude nt at Luther "The fle.sh and the SpIrit-they are the two powers in m an . :blither ' Festival. It's no trouble gettin g a Worcester 9, Mass. S ome 0 11 S mIn ry n SL Pa,ul. the o n e d O ill lIla'te s or the o ther. T e U'ee m a.n is dominated by the �pirit "hop" frOID -Westover Field in hang our hats h e re and we'll ee L Pa ul's Luth ran C huTc h in . .

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Four �tra i g h t; Ce ntral, Humbo1 d t Sta te,

home court for the first time this seaso n . l-'LC w i l l t ak e o n t heir rtJ s s.dty i n the ill e mol'inl Gymnasium on the e h a am e losing streak by defe ating t h : \V i ld g rc t rivals Wednesday night. This H tro n g PLC Campus. . Her th i n gs t o co e . '1'he a . cats ofCe n rral W ashmgton, 5 7 - 5 O. Coach Harshman s b oys 'onlellder for . N e i t h e r t e a m h a s p l ayed each the tit l e i" thp, CPS , has showed over the h ol Iday� 1 ' ' a b 1' I I' t Y an d dc� e n dable shooting Logge s. This game s 10wed great b a' I I - 11 a n d l mg will take place o t h e r i n C o n f e r e nce p l ay this year. r l the 'e has been a big houge y es. e :1 (ral, w i th �h �i r key ma n . Teller, hob b hn g on J b a d a n kle , O ne ex h i b it i o n or pre-conference flashes of bnllran ce, but a{l-we • over i t . Th e oxhi bi tion again st I game was p l ayed ove r at C PS wh ere ga e b y the Lu te s proml es to I) t :1 few mor,.. I stead ictory, t hey nosed out a fou r o i nt on e ThIS for them. m t! h o a t h il g brows. H um· too ,'I'S in , t" is

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or tb . o n rUShlng L u t e tide , Evergre� n eOnf�l'ence offlci als H ! �h l i ght s at the ga m were tw o · . ,he ans,' e1 t the real questio n b"_:l u t l fu l jnmJl'Ehot s by have partIally l'esr:mded an a ·tlOD Eg ga n , I � barred thIS weAk �LI1d i n , aiel;' ll efen !l ive nnd ffensive wo I l1tra mur.�1 baSl(etbal l i s on ce o n fo otball and basket.ba.1 i s qua d rk Thf:' Lu t e� meet the b, Lun d i n th e l a st qLla rter, an d agaI n \I ell underv, a y aft er the limi ts ta k en l a s t Kov rom )le r in Spo· ne . o lI orth Pi rateff on l"riday night. tile pn>mi�p, I"Jf gre<l t tll i n g(l to co m ' Clt l-i htmras acati n ·Uh t n ga m II kan e . a('" rd hlg to M r. Thtodo r e bei ng p l ayell M onduy an d 'ruesd ay Kal"l , presid nt of the conference. then vel' to heney o n Sa t· rrom t h hustl f n /!" freshmen o n the r even i ng an d the EWCE sQu ad . S t a nd o u t. for th e C ent ral e ven i ngs ri ng the past w ee k . TaIn N o v e m b e r t h e i nterco l l eg iate es. five were two l on g on e han ded c om a and th e C entral B i b s ( C ath l et i c conference, w h i c h Is made

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i· H E M O O R I N G M A ST J A N . 9, 1 953

4

Ba nq u et , Re u nion . fa ne d by Al u ms; H a eness E l ected A l l PLC Tacom

alnmni

the Seattle·

in

�urroul1cling

anI!.

a rea h.we

been In�l led to the annual Seattle

Chl/pter bannl' ct at Phinney R i dge

Lt.lhpl'lU\ Cht.r c h i n the e v e ni ng of January 1 5. er

Ur. Orville Dahl, director of high­ edu('aU on

for

the

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ar

bpjng

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a

for

tn UJ:1 l c.

:l.nlOllnt or II

of the evening. Plans

m alle

; '-.�:

generous

Chaplain )filton

'3

4

N and .:x-dir ctor of pub­

ons at PLC. \',ill do the 1I0110rs us toastm ster. rAla

At the

regu l a r

of

meet i n g

the

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nl oa rd at the Student U n i o n on the cam pUll D e ce m b e r 26, th e

A l un

of February 21 -22 w e r e set an n ua l reunion. W i th

d tea

for

the

n

H omeco m i g

w

a n the bo

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l ast fa l l

al ma

are

,d

h av i n g seen

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mater,

m e m b e rs

ex h i b i ti ng

enthusIasm

th e

of

the

h i g h est

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they l a u n c h p l a n s for the F e b r u a ry eve nt.

are

Detai l s

in

the

making

nd E-ve rybo dy wi l l be noti f i ed i n I I grad

due t i m e.

a r e urged t o set

he dates as ide now. J

C\,n"t n r I'

Hagenefls. PLC alumnl fln

Itt

Clo 'I.'r

m em ber .

boa 'd

Iluperintendent

pres ent

of

the

n em'

P rk PuhU(! Schools

been elected to the r pre id'mt of the "'ash­

Tltl�oma,

(los/ lion

lng-to

h as

Stn te

Educational

a

Uon. '1'his

assocla-

nonllcemenL followed

aliI intment of another Lute. Ito -·.rt net'ncs . to the office ot 1l1lerlnlendent of Thurst o n CQunty

thE'

i'ul l l

Schools

in

Washington.

Congmtu latio ns to them both.

Library Volumes

[".Due

nON (ffio.l . HI rr . and

I

I I

i

CAN YOU "take 't" 6 d ays a week? For 52 weeks? Can

I

y

I

tunity ! An opportunity to serve your country and build a personal career that will fit ou for responsible positions both in military and commercial aviation. It won't be easy ! Training discipline for Aviation

tel louolog)' of Educational

Eli 'I{so

Cadets is rigid. You'll work hard, study hard, play

G59r.'L

niucation

over, you'll be a pr o

.Associa­

tion - ,{ora l and Spiritua

:17l1.1 fHns/e

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13� H59U .

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LITERATURE -

Semantics and the La nguage -

Pi.l11 sophy of

412. 08 1..61)5. Gogol - - The

other s torIes Eest

rle�

Overcoat, -

F 0550

American

and

Short

nd the Yearbook­

R t �. 08 IH6B.

credits and a copy

2. If appli tion is accepted, the Air Force wiJI arrango for yon to take !l. physical examination.

-

Forssth :

a transcript of your college.

Base or Recruiting Station. Fill out the application

Interpretati on

o p hel fol' Today-230 ES1 '.

The

years, unmarried, and in good physical condition.

YO U CAN C H O O S E BETW E E P I LOT O R AI CRAFT O B S E R V E R ing will be in Navigation, Bombardment, Radar

they give you.

08.5 C73L.

It '. ,T GI N

Linsky

26lh.

I f you choose t o b e an Aircraft Observer, your train­

of your birth certificate to your nearest Air Forco

Living Literature

raI

Drown

ate. In addition, you must be between 1 9 and

as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Force" with pay of

r. Take

6f> .15 N21T.

AI.len 232.3

requirement-it's best if you stay in school and gradu­

Operation or Aircraft Performance Engineering.

H E R E ' S W H AT T

Televi .ion Today -

Com pere for

pleted at least two years of college. This i s a minimum

will take you as far as you want to go. You graduate

--

S chools

37" ALlR.

Nil

T o qualify a s a n Aviation Cadet, you must have com­

New Aviation Cadet Training elas es B gin Eve ry Few Weeks !

Altl"" rly - Removi ng Elocks t·o (' r 'll'ul um Imp rovement

SPF.EC'U

ith a career ahead of you that

LE?

U!1derstandable

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Pl'Yclllatry in

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$5,300.00 a year. And this is only the beginning-

y , luI:' In the Public School.

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A R E YOU E L i G I

hard -especially for the first few weeks. But when it's

-- The Counseling Tnteniew - 371.422 Er4C. '1IIlu lDson - Counsel i ng Ad­ olese nt./l - 371 . 422 �V6'IC .

• 'ahonal

the high standards required to be an Avia­

tion Cadet. If you can-then here's a man-size oppor­

f kat � -the

Res£'urc -370.7[.(

u meet

your opportunities for advancement are unlimited.

Where ffJ get mfJre def(//1s:

OR

R I T E TO : AV I AT I

D

• •

3. Next, you will be given a written and manual apti­ tude t·

4. If you pass your physical and other tests, you will be scheduled for an Aviation Cadet Training Class. The Selective Service Act allows you a four-month deferment while waiting class aSSignment.

Visit your nearest Air Force Ba •• or Air Force Recruiting Offlc r.

N C A D E T H E A DQ U A R TE

5 , U . S . A I R F O R C E , WA S H I N GTO N 2 5 , D . C.


Carniv al Setfor March 20,' Lutes Knock KARL APPOINTS CPS from Win UTZINGER HEAD 21 - Ye arbook Plans Complete 7 8 � CoI1llliil SZ·SO Of ����!� ����� �

n

In e

By Ron JohnlOn

The

City

championship

of

se

Tacoma

college

r

N TICE 'OR A.W.S.

In absence of Betty Hansen. president, who will · be teaching

command of PLC's forensic squad

es Is even·up DOW

this

c

n

rtm

Winners"'of 12 straight games before

'This annquncement came on the

::;:��� .�::������;�:��

t of

- the Associated Women's Assocl-

52-50: rejoin the squad in the �all.

rated. Loggers,

1 n g'a

reside

the Lutes last Wednesday night In highly

semester.

over the duUes of p

the lo a l gym: Avenging an earlier cause of admlnlstraUve 1089 to CPS. the Gladiators ' upset bllIties In lhe depa ent, but may

the

com ing.,

Astrup, vice preSident, wUl take

with th� thrilling win turned in by

prev il' on the campus f Carnival atmosphere will ag P.acific Lutheran College wmn tne SAGA Carnival of 1 9 5 3 opens its booths ahd p�ograms March 20 and 2 1 in the Memorial Gymnasium and Chapel-Musk-Speech Building. Highlighting the festiyal will ,be the coron\ltion of the Saga queen and Saga king. The queen will be elected by · the entire student body, after a week of campaigning.. from the girls of

h

Seattle Pacific Tyro enough for the fast. breakIng · PLC last w'eek�nd. The results .boys. Paced b)' Captain Jake May· meet showed several newcomers berry, CPS bad breezed by all on the PLC forces to possess fine

In

the

first

Quarter and pulled aWat' tb a seven

paint lead midway in tbe 2nd per-

the

by Maberry and Co.

Lu\es

dldn't

Jr

were discouraged. they

show

It. by_ the

way they

came roaring back to take the lead with about (our minutes to go and

winning the game by hanging onto

the .ball. most of that last four min­

utes. The Loggers went after the ball almost frantically and all they Ruccceded

In

getting

were

fouls

' ( CfJntinu�d on Page 4 )

Examination Schedule Fall Term 1952

All examinations will be' held In dassrooms. regula.rly � s{'heduled

with

the

exception

of

liTeshman

Composition 1. Religion 1, 2, and 13. MONDA Y. :January 267; 55--S e c o n d

period classes

meeting T. Th., T. Th. F.

.

l O : 20-tntro. to Old Testament

Sa

lntro. to Old Testament

CM S S

Sb

CM&B

Se

lAO.

IntTo. to Old Testament 2_0o--Llfe of Cbrlst Sa

CMS-B

Life of Christ Sc

CM8-B

Life of Christ Sb

CMS-B

Concerning the completed plans

al s I n Interpretallve reading.

stated that the 1953 SAGA

Is well under way to becoming the outstanding yearbook pubUshed a t PLC,

A new printing proce •• I. being put Into u.e I n this yeil"', SAGA In the form of lithography, Thi. !"ethod al/o ' a much greater variation In layout planning. The printIng will be handled by a Seattle printing company. Another new feature of the yearbook will be I�::'.Izo. allghtly enlarged over

;rv

DRG Plans AllI1ual Formal Valentolo looking for escorts to their Valen·

much art work win he u�ed to carry out.. the theme.

in the upper SUB.

AmOng

The annual formal affair Includes

and

dinner and talent

program. Dianne Bassett, La Vonne

Dahl,

and

Lucille

pro\·lde. music.

will

Lenz,trlo,

IA04 Sc, "S�,"Sh OM8-SS1 SI, Bt 28WEDNESDAY, January 1 : 55--:-Flrst period. claues ·meetlng M. W. F,, · 1'- W.o Dally;

I ,

I

K. W. Tho '10:20-Thlrd period classes meetlog T. Th., T. Th. F. 2 : 0o--F o u r t h period classes meetlIfg T. Th., T. Th. F. THURSDAY, Janu&l7 297:65--8 e c o n d period classes meeting M. W., M. W. F., 1l. T.W. F., M. T. Th.

'10:2o-,Flfth period classes m eet-

tng. T: Th., �. Th. F.

2 : OG-Sutb period classes

meet-

{�

a Jater date. The editor s l;"ed\that

tala. Saturday evening. February 15,

smorgasbord

ye �tails or the annual's color nd tharuQ are to f.emaln . .a a8Credu �1l

Bew�re men! The Day Girls are

Ia

champion

tor tlie year book, Marilyn Djarf, editor, and Ron Dou·glass, buslness\

General co-chnirmen are LaVonne

,

Dahl and Barbara Espendahl.

\

b

the duUes oC tbe editors statts a.re for

making ar-

pictures,

writing

copy, mounting pictures, and sollcit-

r ight, the aaloc� ate editor, Marcie' Fink, editor, Marilyn Djarl, and Ing ads. Martlyn . took care of plan: nJng the layouts during the last Ullness manager, Ron Douglall. Ron il allo chairman of the an· summer vacaUon. nual SAGA car i val, scheduled this year for M arch 11 and 22. Assisting Marilyn In her edltrlal dutlea II Marcil Fink, a..oclate edl. . � tor. Dlvllion editors are E d Hakan· Ion, adm in i stration and clas�es; � .. _ .:;:a: � Beverly Green, organlzatlonl; Janet Franklin actlvltlel: a.nd Nick . and 8111 Dunning, co-sporta

n

-1... " -.. 0 r In _ --1... .. .-... h 'e :

l

their

rangemenls

----.:....:...--...:---'-..:. 1.

,.

TO PRESENT ��:��.. ��: :� �� C�:;::!"ro;: Students to Give Job Green New Ed itor L.S.A. ' gns R s . As Grahn e i 81 8LE STUDY G J0h nson In R0Ie rl

Darl ene ' OeJardlne,

M.

Be,;:!!:.ly Allen Green, semor, has s . . OOR· Glen_ Johnson· baA been cut 10 been· c"hoBen editor of the LI04 the tlUe role of the play "Job" ING MAST for the apring semes.ter. Sa that. wUl be presented February 21 and Roland Opsahl wlll &8slst her HtsL Christian Chureh Sb 8-108 as the dramatic prodUction for the as &BSOCIate edlto r: programs. student � 'RlsL Christian Chu h Phyl1Ja Grahn, ed1tor durt.ng the 8-108 The other parts are portrayed by Be seme8�er, resigned. beca�se of f Bob Nielsen as Ellphas, Dave a'n TUESDAY, Jaou&l7 21perform the duties of 7:55-Ftrat period clasees meet- Hesteness &8 Zopher, Bob Beatty lack of time to as BUdad� Tom Bettis as 'E1Uhu, edJtor and a decreasing . 10 grade T. Th., T.. · F., T. Th. F. 10:2o--ThJrd per;l&d. clasae8 meet· and ·Judd Doughty aa God. Dec1llona polnta. Her resignation is· effective have Dot beeD reached aD the narIng T; Th., T. Th. •• Feb.ruary 1. 2 :00-FreshmaD. Composition 1 raton, a.Iftl th�y will be posted. Pasltlons on the MOORING all sectJODI. Cast members are utili to watch MAST �e stlU open' to those who OIl8-S for the reheraal BcJiedute. Sa. 8&". �J are Interested. If . you "\1t.ould like Sb, 8d, Sf &108 HIsL Christian Church

barbe;

northwest

again be sponsored by PLC clubs with proceeds gOing to the '53 SAGA.

Following tE>st week. tbe Junior lod. onh' to have CPS come storm· squad will begin preparation for Ing back and tie It up at h &if·tlme, the CPS tyro tournament. to be held 27·27, next month, The "nlo, forensic. CPS came onto the noor to start team Is pointing for the Portland � the second half ready to get a lead State Town Meeting discussion and keep It. After a (ast quarter. meet February 24 and 25. they led 44·39. on some superb

shooting

the

Ve·rn

.

"A Quest for Assurance", Is the

topic for the L.S.A. Bible study. Sunday rught at 6:30 In the SUB. Thts combination Bible study and dJscusslon on &8surance of salva· Uon wlll be the 8�cond In the uary serles of meetlogs on the gen· era! theme--"The Church". The fin·

Bob

'

y,

Rando

Haneon, Jerry Sheffer.

McKowen'1 Studio are handling

photography.

are earn

Acting as Ron's rt«ht hand In the bUsiness end of the SA.GA En" . Severtson as adverti.lng manager ;' BID RUUber&', hi charse of pr1H SOliCitor! for the 8:AGA CarnIval; Jaclt Belton, Ted. GrotJolm. "and

­ Nick Glaaer u lupen1� of a1 meatln« next Sunday lrm take 1� CC:»Dltruct1on in- t.4e 17m. and. the form. 'of a panel dJscU.IIlon- JoyCe.. Gens .. cootdJ.D.ator of the audJellce participation program, progr&1D8 present� In conj1QlcUou. , Topic for the eve� Wm be '�A with the C&I'D1n.L

Student Congregation." Eigbt aelected .1eaders will �e,.. stU4J" �f the four II PJnblg assurance of salvation y tnI' ii. W K. � iC \'·., to -Work In the capacit of ad - dar. Before students divide up T. Th. ; F., . , ager, ad 8011tlter� sports writer, or .tndy. &rOups, a brier Intro�uelJon profeuor of .If. Th. F. will be gtven and afterwartls Green, Bev DOtlfy please .reporter, o5Dotbology at PacIfic Luthe� ' Fl;UDAY, January 30- . .... .:I.' summary. Rieke. CoUege, ·Elwood. pre.ented, or Rolly 'i OpaahI, .-program o of 7 : 66-F u r t h Period. J;Ue. The six leaders will be: Carol bird . calls Tuesday durlng� meetJn.g K. W. F., IIi. . T:'.; Th., ChapeL Brace, Helena ttau, Dave Ne sv1g, He told some of the bird's habits Il. T. W. F., M. W, Tb. 1".. ' MISSION CRUSADERS Alphlld Skomberg, Don UrUe, Bab and lmJtated some 10 bird calls. H e . was assl.ted b y. Dr . ROnnil1g. rusaden will meet In Youlles. .Mlsslon ' 10:2o:-F1fth period. claaaea . m'eet. Dr, .Arlton-ia ODe at the-outstand_� .... 1QH. W., M. W. F., M. T;-W;- F., front of Old Maltr.. 8:Dnday at 2�15 . . log ornothologll!!ts In the Northwest. . M. T. �b. ..... for deputaUons to the County Jail He hal!! taught In flve . colleges S period th an.d. meet· e m o H. classes and the CrJawal Old Women's Z : OO- 1.z John Merrick spoke at Campus four uniVersities and has written log T..Th., T. Tb. F. '" Wednesday, Jan. 21, deputatio - Ex.amJnatJons for � special will. go to the Veteran's HOlpltal at Devotlpns Thursday noon in the several booka..on the .ubject. HIs son,.. Paul, was graduated classes will be gtven during the American Lak�. Cars will leave tower chapel. . Dick Borrud led the and Is now 10. regular class time du.rtnt examlna.- from in front of Old Main at 6:30 InsplraUonal singing and spectal from PLC last June .

man

;

-

Dally

tion week.

C

.

• .

Minstrels. The carnival booths will

Displaying fine ball·handling and tied for third In team debate, and the abilil}: to work well together, Gilbreath rlnlshed second In extemp. the Lutes matched the Loggers Bobble Blrkednbl. basket

ludlng

shop QUartet. and the Lettermen's

for

tai

a� well as local tal.e � I r a �Ifl� ::,t,��� �_

In for tbe progr4m. Fea . on the '62 Saga Carnival program was tbe KING-:rV performer Stan Bareson

competition. Defeating potential. Dave Hesteness placed previous nearly e\'ery small college In the third In oratory and tied for third state, they appeared to be the new In extemporaneous speak·lng. StUltTt Evergreen Conterenc champions. Gil breath and "Topper" Nielson

basket

������:n ����--

be c osen from the ranks of the freshmen class, while the }dngwlll men. OutSide ente r nme t,

p.m.

ns

Li

-

Campus DevotiOns

music was presented.

..,.,

the army.

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BOB NIELSON. GEORGE RUTHERFORP t 18th Pacific Ave.- � ..

Qu

La Grqsse Printen,

.

stude nts

WeH

the

time

has

come for me to call to your, a tte n-

8611

Uon another little foible of the life

Il9

rife

.

c ampus

and

rampant

upon

our

"

"Look to Jesus Christ

,.

I

I marveled at the ease with which

the thin veneer of clvlI1zation sUp

Pastor Ruben Reldal

froOm

Central Lutheran

these

and the

"ChrIstmas 1s the birthday ot a King." "Indeed, we need to pray, 'Forgive us our Christmases'."

to pardon

\IS

for

many

b

years

ot

d

the

jumping

b

behind

,

,

..

-�

.

��it-Df-aalt. Nenr apfb�T:btt i'ii\:.{- 'ft':be-� -:. . � but vUnne ':dftit"*"fio-- woKe� up . �n.:-. '.�"o..: Irt,-J:.un • a ju.�._ :�� witnes sed while waiting In and looked in eane merely .ta". No arllfl . , his bal brush and Une banish forever any doubt that said, "Guess I bet ter shave this of accelerating hi, apeed are tol·

denls

0 es

Fill your own heart and BOUl. 'And then you

have

U

' If· not the tpod to be well worth the you hear about the moron that deal but carelessness can penalize price or admJsslon, I had heard ot thought the mushroom was a pl ac.e a.,Jumper heavily. The ey�.s ot the judges are glued the mighty Jacob. seiling his blrth- to neck. ' ' ' right for a mess of P,Ottage ; but bad When' the Toastmasters met at to every jum pe r trom the top ot the . �,),wn!s �ccept� the tale with � 6, . . ut. a m last y{ednesday, who. should In-run to the end ot the .

6.

be the judge of the tru th."

You'll

'J

t a c t 0 r s. I nn ence

r but thl� �::Ie. � !:: ':n:: U:�:::;I:o ��: t

To any , 1 was prevailed upon to to be done thusly for a change. them. and the con te stants' satety Is eat IllDch In our fair boarding K eeping wlt.h our new one of the tblngs uppermost I n year's. reso, club, and I found the entc'rtalnment lutlon of telling no cornY jokes did their minds. Cours'ge counts a great

it seema that the prevalent theory among lome of th�.tude':1ts who, eat In the dining hal l I. , to get both oJ feet I n the trough before the other "We ought to get the right proportion In our thinking or the second �\ follow, and, lurprlalngly enough, \ comi ng this practice 's popular with both "The best Is yet to come." men and women student •. This no Prot. A. W. Hametad doubt account. for the enormoua "We are all one In Christ Jesus, Amen." numb,or of bulging walstllncs on the "Don't reject anything you don't e;cperience'l' campus, and t,he prevalence o( the "I challenge you to �I"e the religion or Jes s Christ a chance." "Diet" to which ao many pay lip "The experience Is the answer," aervlce. (Orall y, that I,a,) .

eI Chan r

Many

Ju�s' d'eclslon when jumpers bead

Is a new year and things are gOing

might linger In my mind.

t

In SKI YUMPING the best man

Is not .always be who leaps through the air the farthest.

'-__________---1 starting at the beginning,

FACTS

- --By Weiner

TH E W. EB

By George Ru therford

Published every Friday during the- school year by studeots of Pacific utheran ollege . Entered as second class matter, October 2 , 1925. at the Post Office . at Parkland, ashington Telephone: OHicl:: Studl:nt Union .. ' Sub,cripti€ln price-$ 1.50 per year

..

YUMPING

JAN. 16, 1953

erstwhile

, students,

greedy lustful desire to

r

morning."

'!l.!

erafed. A fall at this .tage la taxed heavily un Ie•• for reason. be.

Mr. Christopherson Is such a. true music lover that when he bears a yond hi. control. At the take-off girl singhlg In the bathtub be puts

Old proverb : A profelaor who comes ten minute. late to cia.. I. r.l"o, In fact, he'. In a class all by h l m.clf.

indlYldueJ lI1:ylo 'a accepted as long as the jumper conform. to normal lItandarda of Jumping technique. Ski tlpa must be elevat1!d for additional 11ft a. well as for .safety', aake.

sorry but I mlssE'd your last lecture

c:ross andthe jumper should retain

his ear to the key hole.

Once in tbe air skis must not i

Bob Johnson to Proff. Karl: I'm

a steadiness and ,grace. Too great professor, did you say anything Im­ a bend at the waist and tallure to portant? retain poise will pile up PQlnts Pierre, Alphonse, an against him. However. taults devel­ After You Gastone. oped early and corrected in ntght are not penalized as much &8 those the G. I. garbage cana for "raps of

distended food, but never have I seen an ex· which occur Just before landJng. ...,. A smooth landing Is required, bellles with food, led the'm to utterly hlbltlon like that put on by the Dr. Seth C. Eastvold disregard any sense ' of tair play noble student. of Pacific Luthe.ran knees aUghUy bent and the hands "Judgement Is like 8. boomerang. �t you throw mud, don't be surshould Dot touch the snow to retain which 1:Pi,.ght have' been Instilled In College. prised Is some oC It splatters back on you." • hem during their brief lives. The tragic part at it Is iliat it is balance. An upright POsition must /�_ "Remorse cannot torce the bullet back Into the gun from which It t /---- ­ Ther,:t 'were a few, must admit. considered tunny! Funny to cheat be retained unW a slow turn ,to was fired," whose motive did not stem dJrecUy your fellow students out at their stop at the end ot the run-out cdm"Don't pretend y�u're God!" trom hunger, but who have become place In line; funny to demonstrate pletes the leap. Rev. Roy E. O1SOI1 Falls In the run-out ar� d so 1nf)ated with the sense ot their yoyr l!!r� at gQ:94. J!r�ding.j_ fl!.nl!.Y � = = = = = = = = = = = own Importance that"'"'ijj:'"' thei teei them· to demonstrate that your ability to on tlie buls ofcoiitroI Untetfs -ca selves above and beyond the need aUract friends Is in direct propor- .ed, by faults the jum�r carinot help. tor common court• •y. The• • tew tlon to you willingness to step NEAL E. THORSEN manage to bOJster_ theIr ego, and on the r1gh� or others, runny to All at these points must be Con­ Stop In at TRICKS - JOKES · MAGIC e::raggerate their sense ot their ' own exhibit the fact that a gluttenous ,sldered along wiUl distance when­ Importance, at the expense" ot any­ appetite Is more important to' you the Judges pick a winner. Keep this Costumes - TUIedotS - Serpentine one In Une behind them by permit­ than your enUre heritage ot man- In your mll).d next time you see mov­ for a MA 486i 926Y, Broadway les or even the sJQers themselves ting their companions who arrive ners Yes, it's Tery funny! DELUXE HAMBURGER , make like a bird. late to get in Une ahead ot them. can but state. tor the benefit of satiate

..

their

already

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VERN'S

I

Old Fashioned Fish � Chips Home-baked Pies � Cakes Full Fountain Service

Ninth & Pacific

PARKLAN D Parkland

t

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XXX . D R I V E - I N Two Blocks Nonh COl Mt.

Highway

SWEATER CENTER for GUYS' and GALS!

r

In my limited experience with life I've. watched army chow linea com­ p�sed of illiterate buma, patient. 1n mental ho.pltal., aom'e with virtual­ ly no brain at all, German prlson­ era 0" war, who received two meag­ er bowla of soup a day, even little French children advldly digging in

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those that doubt It, tbat the best evidence for evolution of man from

r.i§��;;;;;;;; ; ;;;; ; ;;;; ; ;;;; ; ;;;; ; ==ii ; ; ;;;;

chow Une any noon hour. Darwill's only fault was in determ-

...... _--n Io..: " ClU C. I!o.a� rT�

Order PenoaaIized Christmu Ca.nII Nowl

animals. can be tound righ� In the

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PLC Lutes here at Memorial Gym­ Somewhere In this favored land the sun Is shining bright and some. where the bird.} are singing and children are singing . . . But there Is no naslum Tuesday night, January 20 . In the second game of tbe home and • joy in Mud"llIe, the mighty Casey bas struck out. � it on a rumor that tp& classes on a certain campus In the ome sertes with the Chleftana thJs • W e have North End of Tacoma were suspended yesterday. because o[ the official year. Pacltlc Lutheran lost Its first mourning of a (allen Idol. We suppose, that e"en 80 all. those beyond game of tlle year to the Chleflans 48th will stili hold that place warm In their bearpt. . It was a t�ugh game tor either team. to lose, but tbe PLC rellows on the .Seatt�e U home tourt in the . found that a group ot players fU nction better together as a team than. early part ot December by 23 fJve or stars. We hope that this new found knowledge .will perpetuate paints, 7 5'·52. . Lalt year on. their home court, and thus chagrin �e rest ot the Evergreen League. It's a credit to a· tine coach when a team will rise to. the heights the l,.u,tea al�olt uplet the phlef• er ..,,� ��:��:!:��':;:-�iA-�l � dY a·�ert'l:'�":'�'E-;"1'--:�.�.'q!�B{e:'.!�.�l'LfJ. t �. .!!.� a.���; '��_I �_���._ ,,:�.�!. � . � .would like to add our sincere congratulations to.Harsbman and bls men. nOled c�n the" er1'Ci"4Tf .".up'wrofhlt: � field "' oute er Ed last O'Brlen'l . I ';-'-v I n a Quick persual o{ the Intramural statistics we rind that as cir last Monday the Central "A" team leads In orrense with a 51. 71 poInt goal to .glve S U t.he win , 67-65. T�ls game Is non conference and per game average against seven opponents. They have round greater dlfflculty scoring against University League opposition with the result wlll' have no bearing on the can· that their per game average Is a lower but still strong 31.0. Pressing terence standings. Seattle U, paced by 1!J-t1e Johnny closely for per game scoring honors Is the Tacoma five, which Is, or course, the unchallenged avalrdupols leader, Oh yes, their average is O'Brien and his twin �d, Is one ot 48.57. The other clubs are a good distance behind the leaders, but the top teams in the nation, having closely bunched among themselves. In games against clubs within their a record so far ot 1 1 wins and two own league their averages are as follows : Tacoma, 38,5 ; Ivy Hall, 32.66 ; losses.-at the bands ot the PerorIa Caterpillars and Georgetown. Central, 31.0; Clover Creek Hall and Eastern 28.0. The Lutes are Q. well rounded On the less glamorous, but equally Important defensive side, we squad this year and have Impro�ed find Clover Creek Hall pla)ing the Scotsman's role In allowing their arr eatly as 'Yas shown In Wednes· frustrated opposition only 22.857 points per game. Now ror a QuIck rundo'wll on the leaders In the College league. We day nlght's game, since their open· note the tollowlng: offensive leaders are the. Eastern Tornadoes with Ing game In Seattle. 37.333 per game. land the detenslve leaders are the Central "Bibs" who . "Worthal'l not. a faat player, but there'l ' a great ' piece of deception have allowed their opponents a miserly point average at 27.428. I n the way he can Iwallow air." Odds and ends : -hlghest winning score-74. lowest loosing ' score-

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o pemng the E vergreen C onference in Spokane against Whitworth PLC went down to defeat, 44 to 39 last Friday, January 9, The whitwOrlh Pirates scored when it counted in the late stages of the fourth quarter. The Lutes, behind as much as POints during the first half. surged back in the final quarter to take a 37 - 36 lead with about 4 minutes left on Glenn Huffman's •

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PLC led, 1()'9. at the fIrst Q.uarter . l t h ' 't m o o a detlc 1t to 32-29, at the end at the third Quarter. Hottman topped the Lutes, scorIng with 10 points, but suttered an ankle Injury .that may proTe costly tor the GI&.d.lators tn the CPS gaJIle Wednesday. Other. Lute standouta in the scOring column were Bob Ross With 9 points and freshman Paul Forseth with 6.

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Frlday ond Saturday nlghls, Jan. 1 6 and 17, the PLC GladIators w1ll take o n the St. Martin's Rangers with the tlrst game being played at 9t. M&1'Un's and the tonowlng night ' at PLC. Acco,dlng to Coach Marv Harsh. man little Is known ot what the Olympia team bas In the way or mao terIal this year, They do have sev. eral Olympic Junior College trans. ters besides ..bavtn" a new coach. I> Central and Western have both beaten St. Martins In very close f\,ames, and Seattle University has dereated them badly. St. Martins has an enrollment of around 300 . ' all boys. lAst year PLC won both games, one ot them a very unusual low. scoring contest. As an Interesting sldenote Bud Galusha, St. Martins junJor V�sity coach, Is presently a senior education major at PLC. stUdent teac:h1ng In Olympia. He signed a pro-baseball contr.act so cou�d not partici. pate In college ball

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VaFilty �uad, heartfelt thanka Int track and intramural c.9it+ TbJa f,om me and every .tudent on the l ls a national problem, ao thle colcampUI, Not only did you end umn will report all prt,gress made CPS'. 12i1ame winning atreak, you at Whitworth. lhowed th'e loyal Itudent. In the The Washington HuskIes' Bob stand. that Seattle Unlve"lty had Houbregs Is gaining more presUge better watch out when they come as an All-American every time he � down · thlI way. Of the dozenl of steps Into the center circle to open ball games this writer has leen, a bangame. His latest vlcUm was that· one was the malt enthralling. .Idaho, who dropped two games to aeautlful ball·handllng, extremely the Huskies last week·end. Friday accurate shooting eyel, and the night. he picked up 35 points and kind of Iportamanlhl� that wlnl looked like a sure thIng tor AUball gamea-good sportamanlhlp, AmerIcan, but he gained more votes sure, all theae thlngl helped over Saturday When he really started hJt99 per cent In wlnn�ng the ball ting with hJs tabulous hook sho� game, but the winnIng factor was and long shots and broke three the sheer determination to win Pactrlc Coast Conference recorda ' ball ame dllplayed by you. by. scoring 49 points. It thJa writer fm.an, und, Koe..ler, BI I l I ng , picks a.n All·American team, he'a· . KreJcl, Ro.., Nordqullt, Eggan- my s�rting center. e .alute your And to you, CoaCh. Speaking of record., "B,vo" arlhman, Ipeclal thank. for your Francl. of Rio Grande College cool wleclom and yearl of experl� .cored a faliulous 118 pointe In one ence which helped mold thl. team (1) game lut week. The next n ig ht one winning a the up Into eep ' he: was off and only hit ' f�r 82: . K enough a. Clover Creek won, 42· pointe. In 1 9 ga-:nea to date, he ha. 34. Ivy Hall loel: to Central B, 22· good wo�k. And' now just a mUd bawllng out leored nearly 1000 poln� 'whiCh 39, and the Central Blbl were defeated by Central by almolt an to the boys in. the stands. The Isn't bad for a 6'9" midget. John. school went to the trouble ot select- .ny O'Brien had better take n�tlce l Identical .core, 23-39: Well, the Evergree.n Conference Western B tinally "broke the lee" 1ng song leaders, an� wh�n they're and came throvgh with Ita tlrst win out ther,e they need your help. 1.· JUel: gettin g under way, and all of ot the season, Wednesday. as they Those fiTe girla are out there giv· the teams are hoping for a few

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o .Quee�ed by Ivy Hall B In an over- tng 100 per cent ot their .enthualasm early .ea.an wfn. eo that when th b" time 41--36. Tacoma beat Eastern, and school sp.l.r1t; and even though going real ly ' gete rOugh, J,bey ll e � 29·25, In the only other game play- you � not J.?:e in chOir, you co�d . rlght up on ,top, pointing fql" ·u.e at least sl � your school sonp lead. Eutern looma .. • poaaIble ed. League standIngs are as tollowa .with all the gusto you can J!luster. tltle:co�t�nder, .. d:O the "Plra... So when you see them on the fioor from Wh'ltworth. PLC and cpa a�e - Un lve�lty Won Lott at the nut game to. their wbtte potential croatown rlv.... for the 8 Tacoma .........__.. aktrta, white 10Q.g..l�ved . blouaee, ch i",plonahl'p• . In the Confe...nce 0 ......__ ..... . . ,' Central .... _ and black corduroy · weskits, you .lhl. year, the Vlklng.'Of · W...rn .....__....._._........7 ' the ' C lov r _ �ow �t theBe girls are outstand· Walhl;,�n . are con"d C 1 e . -.�-.... �� played Tue. .. Ivy Hall ..........._......._._..•_... 5 log representativea ot the emblem po..,ble dark ho.ree fn I..guo pl�. day evening the Eattern Jete e�ked 3 Every team I" the conf aste .. they . w ear on the tront ot theIr _ ....nce hu rn ........_........__...••. .... 5 out a narrow 29-27 win over Ealltern E potentia' champlon.hlp material , Wes rn .......___.......___....0 3. weskita, "PLC"! with- . buket In the latt ten sec�Olleg! � The ''WhttworUllan'' reporti� lhat and It wil l be only, thr.ough good ond•. of the game. Ted' Sick took -'- '. V'0n ..Lott the Queation ot de-emphaata ot· hard basketbal l playlng th.t a "team - -- -;--eco.rlng 'honora for- the ""'£iitii"ft ·--;3 Whitworth athleUcs la belng hlghfY wlll be- ati"le to- wln th. le'·lJue tltl.� J� with 14. The Eadern Tornacf. Eastern Jets· ......_... :._......... 4 . seaslons convincingly. All 3 dIscussed both in student that thl. writer. . oe. went on a leorl n g rampage �ast�_ Tornad�s ............. 4 . B n l .......... _ . _ �d throughout the adm.1n.1stra�on. can aay I. that there ar. going to _ . ._ .... ._ trampling Central D, 72-31. Kolbaba . ......._.. ... .._.4 . The main problem be Is �t acme basketball a b S Central � B · -:e ll gamoe In league . . T and .Lemke .cored. half- of the or Js the only sport that brings a p� competition �hl. year. I believe we nadoe" pointe gettingW and 1 6 IvY Hall B ...................___2 ti t and In thta.�way Central pays the ex· eaw the beet game of the Huon · D ..........................._.1 re.peetlvely. Ron Johnaon eank 17 Western, B ...._._ peD,Bea ot the other sports, Iti'Clud· la.t Wedne8day night. ....._....__....1 nte for Hall B, but It waln't

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Norm Vorvick. . sliding doors on, the front. -li7t CS6E. We are alway. well repre.��ted Cressman - Petroglyphs of ...�J.1r���l. W�!�_�. ��.ad �r ,th� �e:- In ,Micamwaf,...!p(lI"t!:lI"hldlng ...,we.U .' partment of Instrumental Music. co�ched football team 'and ...:.vo �"�«" --;:;;;;';';;�'�"" 'm CS6!>. . .. . Cressman - Archaeological has stated that he hopes to �ave basketball team ·Wlth 36 fellow� Survey of the Guano Valley the library In full operation by the living 4 1 n the dorm , we have the Region In Southeastern Ore­ first of :o.1arch. There Is yet to be In- necellary talent, but we haven't gon - 571 CSGA, stalled a counter from whlcb the found the right combi nation yet SCIENCE}records will be played. a table with for a good winning team. Van Melsen-Prom Atoms to six listening posts, and n great deal We hold devotion. every week Atom, the history of the con· of electronic equipment. night at 10 o'clock and we are al�ept atom-541.2 V33F. waYI glad to welcome vl,ltors. We Gregg-A Manual at Electric­ have a guest speaker on Monday al Measuremenls-621,31 night, with refreshment. being GSGM. .erved at a .lIght charge. The Gilman - A Dictionary of guest .peaker II .olually one of the Chemical Equations -- 541.3profellorl from the 8chool and they G420. always deliver a very apropos talk. Bridgman - Reflections of a This week marks the beginning I:!:n[h�rl�::I:h��:gh:;eS::::I�da�� Ph}'slclst - 530.1 D7GR. tl�� n �:;�"I�:�� Swe like to consider ourselves as one Wlison- Trees & Test Tubes; � the story or Mlbber-6iS W- ;O��\" �; � faml?' Ivy Hal s now week nn Impartial group will select �g happy 69T. h a �/n one of the new' books of particular ch�n:s:��S��r:e td;::r:. ART:nd � 7!la� :o Giotto - Italian Frescoes - nte es acb week the selected center laundry for many off-;,::ampus d shak : . �;un��e� _ �00: w�ll �e on special reserve at boys. We are more than glad to 759.5 G43i. , , :: ed : : ca Krls - Ps}'choanalytlc Ex­ the library, This week's selection h the e f II Ih M C C ,.., -' '\... ulorallons In Art-70Ll K89P. is : A SH<1RT HISTORY OF v:�I:ns ; : g;ea�":e�; �o�: ;e\l� Into the Lutes in their anxiety. shooting dependable Ross'sBob EXISTENTIALISM, by WahL MiRY BIOGRAPHYbetter a this make to needed Is ship = ;I: = = = = = for "':== ::; � Coulson - Joseph Henrr - Those of you who were In chapel Christian world to live In. Bye for eye gave him high pOint honors I the Lute.'1 with 15, followed closely r e B CS32J. now, see you In a week or so. ;��� � Hultman, f����. Glenn x1:��� reliable", r "old ' by . �\O��� ::;: �! ;� Bisllop:-The Lite and Ad\'eD with 14 pOints. Inveen was high for tures of La Rochefoucauld -' week's book Is for the benefit of the Loggers with 15 points, Next In those underclassmen who are as A L I F E TASK Quality , n L3!!7L·, line was Maberry with 12. oh but task, the is boring How not do and unphllosophized yet, Kennr - And They Shall WATCHES Garnet Lund played terrific re­ know the meaning of exlstenliallsm. The need of It's so great! Walk � n K39!\:. The little tick lock on the shelf bound game especially for the Lutes LITEHATUREDIAMONDS and was a great belp on setting up Anollilh - Antigone-S42 A7A LAST W E E K F,O R P I C T U R E S \Vllo lIever dares be lnte. JEWELRY Wagenknecht - Cavalcade of Lutheran Students Assn., Sun. 6:00 It never dares tp rush its pace. scoring plays, In the preliminary game. the Jr. Variety? There's none. the American 1'\ovel-S13.09- Tassels SILVER i: 30 T\lesday. .JX·R l.ute the defeated Loggers place distant that sees nev('r It W12C . .' Lettermen :'Ilonriay, 12:30 1'\01' has SODlP so-called fun, two with llattle fought closely a in ECONO;\IICS & Dl'SINESS­ Lettermen's 12: 45 overtimes, 52-50: away the hours slow, Enke - international Econ­ Ski Club Chorus l\Ioll�ay Since 1 889 Tuesday S: 00 It Itticks in clrcllng vein. omlcs-33i En412. 12:15 Whe!1moves Monday Club French its one day's task Is o'er Gillespie - Accounting syst­ Kappa Rho Kappa simply starts again_ ems: Procedurel and 'iletbods Clover Creek Art's Shoe Shop Tuesday S: 20 ItsIthours are long, 1ts -pay )jut -567 QUA. Ivy Hall Tuesday 8: "0 naught, Garfield Street Harris - Sebumpeter, Social Holly Tuesday 9: 00 Yet never dOj:ls It yeun­ Hall Broadway 1 105Tacoma . Scientisl-330.15 H24S. QU/.LITY Sophomore and Freshman tuntllllng. lite in pi9.ce Its Pigors - Readings in Persoo­ Class Pictures Thurs. 3-4 p.m. REPAIRING - DYEING What a lesson we can learn!! Del Admlnistratlon - 568,3P62R. 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February 21 and 22 ia the big weekend tor the alumnI. who will ' re-gather Dn the Parkland campla to hold annual reuniOn an ." tIle days ' wlo....17.I!lh�, I.,..., yo ng. . ' . . On Sat y, Feb. ·21, the annual banquet will be held at 7 p.m. 1.n the college din1D& hall. Roy olsOn, imbUe relatione director at PLC. will be the speaker: Kr. Olson baa worked with the al11Dlll1 �d in . the estab1:1shm�nt of the alumni

groups. Herb Neve is the student coordinator of music. With Rev. . J. pnueger as Biblleal adviser and Ma\ll'Y Henrickson 88 director, Alpha Psi Omega. drama.t1c .honor­ ary, will preunt the pla.y, Job. YIk. al y on Saturda.y, with PrlcUla Asper in cha.rge of plans, The PLC w11l --8:ppear in concert.

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To stimulate Intereel I n o b­ taining a lasting a n d appropriate name for the student featlval, Dr. S. C. Eastvold has offered a ,5.00 tic�e� for the May D-:,ama Music Featlval to the atll,dent who offers the beat name augge. tlon. Judges have extended the cone test until this evening Ir:' order ' to allow time for more sugge. tlon.. Any students who have suitable titles to offer should ulve them to Judd Doughty or the Speech Department heada b'y to· night.

PLe's recently orl(anlzed Mu Phi Epsilon. professional music sorortty, w1ll present a charter day musical e Sat�day, Feb: 7, at 3 : 00 P.ll' In the CMS audl· torium. The concert, to which the public is Invited, will be free at charge. The program �s as follows : ..... Scott "Courante" Jun,e Nelson "The Little Damazel" .... .. Noyello "Piper June" .. . . .................... Carew Jeanne Frleske ______ , Accompanied by Mary Ensberg ered by PLC students," s&1d "S ona n tl n e .. Rauel .-;r ". feel we ba.ve stirred a Constance Hanson . strength in Interdepartmental "

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Spiritual Emphasis Wtek, an annual PLC tradition since 1 8 94, will be observed nex, week, Feb. 9 1 3 , with Pas'or George W. Grewenow of Seattle. as the featured speaker. Each year one week is set aside for the specific purpose of giv� chaptf"r ing scudents and taculty a spiritual freshening. During this

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The Choir of the West. under the direction of Frederick Ne� will present a concert in the atter noon at S. O'ne group will feature the choir with all. former members joining 10 the s1n1lng of three. num4 hers. A rehearsal for the alumni

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Writing for your sports page this ,emeste' will be Bob Nlel,en. 8tan Kvern and Chuck Forsland. We . . .'elcome thel' eXDe,'ence '1lO,,', minds to the staff. They are anxious The turn of the semester, shortly after tbe turn of the year, every- to receive. constructive criticism. � � thing seems to be baving a turnover-even the Lute Basketball team. -Ed. V.B.C. was the nrst to meet the rejuvenated corps and v.qls dropped In a ' rath�r uncertaJn skIrmish. FinaBy tbe "test-week-tog" cleared from ' - ;: L �.... . .. tbelr eyes and Wes�ern was eased Jnto the 10'8ers' column. Now M.ontana 0 1 .000 __ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ -..:.,;.:;: ••_ . __ . State bas been added as fuel to the Lute Tank (possibly adverbal) Co. ... . . .. . . :...4 .800 This news Is brought to you by �be Inside dope. Instead of reThe "Bobcats.. were routed In the tlrst encounter, but the home torces ,600 ,600 bashing last 'week's game we are going to give you hot, exciting, revealalmost lost a tread In the second 2 Ing sports news as relayed via honeysuckle vine. (Tbe grapevine finally The crew of this machine ha� also bad a rapid turnov�'r in personnel 4 . .2 .285 WOf'e out.) We have · spies at sports centers as tar away as Madison b�blnd the wheel an this drive. Doh Krejci (pronounced . . ..jncorrectly ... .2 5 .000 Square Garden, Green Bay and Enumclaw. .... most ot the time and not Joe) and Fred Mu�scher, gunner and scout . ...._.O 5 . were ge career, was left home { Johnny O'�rlen, for �l?e.first Ume In bIs, con he first to beolett be·hlnd-th.ey seemed t�. have an interest t n the � .. O'Br1tHr -walt' C9JU �t 1J ,�r,!l-bt;l.:�l';.t. ��fl. R.nn fil:t�AaSU,· drlver.;' tu"'t�t' was- too drafty '".. ,,).�;,-;.v""i.'; mtdw' tnif-'EvergreMt- when;. Seattle. Uuh�.f.81W· ,..,,sS;ed..,--PaTkland 011 �ary 2'1 • . recuperating rrom a back In�ury sustained� prevIous game. for 1IIm.-6uess this just lan't a horse-.mab's army any ,more. The Chieftains have been drumming up a lot of national at�enuon A communique to the observation past-ret--G.Z.• Tracy I� Storer and were- r�te:d eleventh in the nation in a recent sportswriters pall. They p. 206-0ntogeny tends to recapitulate phylogeny. It was once said or Harsh­ California. and such of Dame ahead Notre as placed teams but two were the PLC rooting section that It was the best In the league no mattet' man and Arne Falk are investigating th! possibilities o�motlng a what the standing or the team. This can be seen by the small part or the gam,e between Notr� Dame and Seattle U to test the refiabnhy or the student body that does come out to the games, the y do a good job. But re. pollsters. Arne says they could make a mint on a meeting or the tWQ the afore·mentioned sentiments were voiced In a time when the whole boop squads. job. student body turned out and did a Whitworth's Doherty set a new Northwest scoring with Il 50 point Remember-Central on Satbrday (maybe w�'11 have an electrical bombardment agal ust the St; Martins Rangers. The most amazing pllrt of the �tory Is that the sharpshooting Pirate hit 3] or his tot1.1 i n the second baH. T acoma fans will get tbelr chanci'> to see pohert)' and Co. Down' l n the sl n p,and'/I:rab·lt circle it's the same old story-Ta('oma action when they meet the Glads here on Februa'1' H. a willS again-who's go�ng to stop the city boys? There are several good Rio Grande whipped a stllbhol'll Steubenville college team iN,65. but ,e:toliPS In the league but it's going to take Il to clo It. had comparltlvely litlle trouble In trouncing a highly rated Plk ev!lle five In the Jr. ('jrC l1lt the race 1:'\ tightening liP around four team !'! , t"o I to the tune of 97·62. Eager Bevo F'mncil; let! the sCOI"ing with a modeat elII'll from Eastern and CentrA\. The F:af!tern Tornadoe� have the edge 61 points. Rio Gr;'Hle is s('hCflullng tongher opponents for lIext season. o t " they a� abillty t The Central "Bibs will leAd In offense. 011 their scoring Some of the sQuad!\ they will be pl;lying aro Bloomsburg, Hofstra, and maintain their solid defensive record. . 'SlipperY,Roch Teachers , Rythc way (to the layman ) . thpre Is a lot or basketball being played Ha ve )'on head anytiling a bout Jake :'If:J.lJerry'>t fcee throw a\'f'rage late· ( ? ) lim\ n til the gym o n these lntl a mural nlght� us t <l!'l many el bo \\ s are e ' Iy ? Last yea r thf' CPS big gun was one of the national lerulf'l's at th t1l10\\ 1\ ,If! m,IIlY teeth '\.,:e lost (ma}be more) and there Is about as much _ t foul linE'. He was doing great for :\\�'hne l.hlssea!'on, too, but he missed ( olor- plobably from the pla}er!'l nose;;\ Come do\\ n and see them some 111I'ee a,e:ains!"us. \Ve blamed it on the noisemaker!\ brought over by the tIme' CPR Ag d&fmrtment. Then in the Central game .Jake ml.ged -ttt t"'eelQ,Q.rer ----• and it rew when the Log-g-{'!' " playell Whl t,,�orth. 1t ... n knoC klng ' Ha.\'lng recently won enough f he boltom out o f h :\\'erag-e, fhe�e mlsaes. to take a games third place in tbe . Thi ll new foul f;hootlng rllil' dmnges the whol / p!tye hology of tile Dang erous I . Opportuniti es in camp fire work !-:ven:repn ('onfprellce standin gs halJ pla re,·. Even In a 1'\0 :-;1" (' on lest he know!'; he I ) !t another ('hance if . for women graduates Wi ll bo di s· Ihe I.lHeM w ill IlUempt· to hold fi e (!oeslI'{ !'core Gn fhf> fir>tt try, :'II08t of the t:frne no polm Is Ib8t be· ('IH!sed by i'llil'>t Nora Garuln . Gi!'l edge lomorrow ni sin when the y cause a fplIow u>lually hitH Ollf> out of two at ,leaHt. Dut In the lust three the s d ates l cussed by Mlss :\'ora Garvin. Camp : meet the Central Washington \Vi ld· minutes I t hur ts. guard ! Feb. 14. Fire regional wO�ker. next Tues· cats here. For those of you who are still reading thiH . yon' I'e wa!';tlng your Although the two tea_ill S Supervisor of !tlfmmer ('amps in time. However. ir yotl ha,'e any comments ori how ' the S[)orts page i the [oll r Western states. Yfiss Gar- bro ken even In two starts again�t could be bettn, write a letter In 25 words or less to the l\loor!ng Mast. \-' In will outline the national pro· each other this sea!1 on . the Lutes I f you can sa)' anYthing In 25 words tOil wIn a job writing sports for the

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:'Ilasl. As you can plainly see, WE NEEDHELP! gram. She wili' explain how pro· tessional appointments may be ob· (ained ih counsellng and social Gladiator squad (or various reasons, a s II s work. \ :::v:�l�� ��I� �O :d�: :t� ��I�u� ru Pacfflc Lutheran College raced points. �eS:�a��r:s �::�:;ed the use win over [n earUer games do,!ned to an Impressive Ken TeHer, all conterence the touring Montana State Bobcats and Western Washington'" In b e es ce ames play g �� �� s�:�� �:a�:�:��� �h: :�� \ :;:'n�:!iu:' ��re!.h scored o n 1 6 out a t Seattle U" without their scoring 9946 greater scoring punch tempts the firat haU while the ace--lUohnny O'Brlen, downed the ltors had a pitiful 11%. In the Improving Gladiators who had man_--...-----....-.. ond half ,ucceBBfnlIY 'Proteeted aged JUBt to ,pllt even prior to that their wide Intermission lead. The 1.0_ ODd r_ in • Since that 8 U game, w.e ha...e BIuc " G..,. IlECOIU)S ODd SHEET MUSIC Wednesday night was a won tour straight and should eon. story when both teams were Unue the win streak against Central tomorrow night. the hoop and the Lutes MUSIC CO, squeezed to a win. GhDUe 4242 Ings led the scoring' 1211.23

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IF. 'YOU CAN WIN � [i::;�f:;���:e�� ���!�; fHESE WIN,GS YDU:-CAR. EARN OVER :: : �:::��::��i;: �: $5" ,,:000 - ' , 'YE, AR 'AFTE'R GR_' ADDITION - I 8.,':- ' the space t o print all o t the BUg·

gesled articles.

the staff tried n

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be here 80

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am riding a pome. Peg-

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gy Ramstad,"

June

7, 1928

"Will you ' ever target: The eve­ nIng at Campus Day. 1927 when couples strolled In trom the newly

painted kicking poat �th tell·tale streaks at paint upon their cloth-

It

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October

"When apked teach

'Ob,

rejoined

Hlghby

don't bactlU' ! " Pay n o attention to

, ot dIvulging their

names, They are Lewis Hunter, Jack Hud80n, Don Reid and that most versatile or musicians, Norm

M...h 6.

11142

12th

the

entered

annual

wr.... do I "-my trainirog?

Pre:-ftight training will be at Lackland Air Force Baae, San Antonio. Texas. Primary;beaic aDd advanced tniming will -be taken at any one of the many Air Force baseo located throaJhout the South arid Southwest.

Pacific

Coast oturnament which Included , entries from Seattle to Pasadena . . and marched home with the fIrst forensic trophies ever captured by April

1, 1942

May Day Queen, Carol Huvik. At the end ot the' month Tommervik ,ll Marv will leave tor Virginia' wit

No� to at-

tend the Na"l PhysIcal Instruct-

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1948

November 22,

Donder!

"On

BUtsen !

On

On Fallstrom! On

0180n! So

on,

went

the signals &8 Coach CUtf Olson ran his grtd cbarges-tlirongh their

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Urst snow scrimmage ot the seasoD- Probably the two grtdsters who

'BIg Jaelt' the

were most at �ome 1D. were Jack Cartione and

snow

Proud who spent the pa.at summer

work1D.g at ParadIse Valley on Mt.

Rainier.

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"Dorm t.1f

Fwi":

Snow Falls."

ha.e

l d.I

Dark and

d.

Lights doused;

Hea.i taUs ;

FiIMp Arts

. (Continued from Page 1) a shOrt. but .actlve hiatory. LalIt

year after

the

ents

the May

bo4y, &II a

1n1tlatloD ot

Drama-Music Festival,

some stud­

telt that the student

ha.,e an optimum 01)­ portunlty to perlo... on 'nah aD 000 " ca.slon ad that aD.other tlme should ' be set &81de' for the Lutel: to par­ tfclpa�1ilPubllc�'preseDtatfODr. Thus, with the advise'ot Theodore whole did Dot

Karl

and Karl Wei.!

wu eet up

'lor

the �chlne"ry

a weelr.-en'd ot en· ,

tertatnment which would be repre; of only the student bod1.

sentatlve

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then graduates to the 600 bonopower T� '"Texan" bet'ore receiving traDoition training in jets. You then advance gradualJy until you are dying aucQ famous first.-Jine . �hre,

a light, c!viIion.type p1ane of approximately 100 bo_,

F-49 Scorpion. B-47 Stratojet, B-60 • Oliiilner Cadets take Sight instIuctiom in tho C-4 akoj:a. the T.29 Convair, aDd the TB--SaperfortnBl before vancing to first--Jine aircraft such 88 the F--89,- Scorpion, B-4 Stratojet or TB--5O --aaperfortreaso

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WlI my c:ommiaion h in the Rer/u1Gr Air �. Of' R_? Aviation Cadet gra4uateo. both Pilote aDd Aircraft Observer!! --- - -

get Reserve colJ1rilis8ions 88 2nd LIoutenante. Some outstanding ' graduates in both programs will be oll'ered ReguIa:r commissions.

How long must I remain in Servic.?

After graduation 88 an Aviation Cadet, you are 1(endered an indel\nite appointment in the United States Air Force Reeerve aDd are caIJed to active duty with the United States Air Force . for a period of tmee yean.

WIIat � arttI leisure ,.... will I ,....,. ... II CocIet? -, DiocipIine Will be rigid-eopecialJy for the W few "!""I<s. Howevar, iiionotaU work. You'll lind swimming poolo, handbell -. mova Uld- aa-forma of recreation on the ROOt, After your.lint " months, your COIIllIW>dant may allow you to apply for ovemight _. -

What PIIY do I gel ... cin Aviation CocIet? And after? All an Aviation Cadet you draw $109.20 a month pay. In addition, you get 8\ID1IIISr aDd winter uniformo, Sight clotbeio,

equipment, fooci. bousing, medlcalaDd dental cue aDd iDouranoe • • • all free. After you are rommjMjoneci a 2nd Lieutenant you will be eoming $5,300.00 a year-with UD!imited oppiatazJil:iM for advancement.

Are Gil Aviation CocIeIs trained 10 h ,.",?

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WIICIf IdrtcI 01 ".". wll I I/y? Y"" wiIllIy jeD. The PIJot; Cadet takeio m. first instructiom �

vidual

our 'Little AlI·American' grldster, Man Tommervik will mary 1940

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O!Jeonw tnIDInc Ia the ...... far aU I>rancbee ' (1l4l�, , bombe!dl-.t, etc.). 1!be buic aDd advanced p"- ,2£training ...... cIefeadInI OIl tho "opoci8c co.....- you wiIh to punue,

factory. You can expect extra instructions aDd whatever indi­ attention you may requile" However, if you fail to complete the COuno-88 an Aviation Cadet, you will be required tooervea two-yearenlistment to fulfill th8minimumreqanemant . under Selective Service law.,

"Another 'Kicking Post Romance' has become a reality, On April IS

Harshman and Marty

Do Aftnth 06.rwn gel IIyfIrI ",.... Ioo?

What ltappe... if I Runic ,he 'rain;"g course? Every effort is made to help studentS whose progress is UDSIlti&­

a Lute debate team,"

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--"Y-. Aircraft O� Cadeta ,� app:ol<i'ma�y 200 homo of ''in the -...... h'I*action. The primary p"- of Aircraft

have acquired a commisaiclil .. a 2nd Lieutenant aDd won the coveted silver wings of the United States Air Force. '

"PLCys mental Gladiators. Bud Lutness, Neil Hoff and Blll Ramstad

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How Io.tg &.lor. I gel my _....? 80 -calendar weeks, You will ieCeIve the s.-t &viI!tion tnIDInc in the world-trainins tbaJ;_ not only equipo JOG to IIy modem ' ojlitary aircraft but _ you for azecutive aDd �­ tive work 88 well. At the completion .f your training. you will

doubt. we'll take the pleasure (1) or inrormJng yO\1 that PLC hu a sax­ ophone quartet. We shallalao take

Jensen.'_'

.

Mert aDd teeth.

the weird

sounds that Is8ue trom the' boY'8 dorm each noon. In cue you are In

the Uberty .

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No, But

he wu going to

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' -"�-"',� �lmporta�fladi G60uf le�'�pportunmeS�':iOr(_ "wtr�' as a Commissioned Officer-Pilot or Aircrah Observerin iii. United ' St�tes Air' Force .

MurI I h II colMsre � 10 h " "'? yoU muot have CCIIII)JIoIlod • IIIIinIamm of 80 ___ homo or 90 q1l8rtar homo towud • cap.. - In -.IdItian, ""'* the new Aviation Calla PIJot; tnIDInc 'J)I'OInJD, JOG ...... be � the ape of 19 aDd 28 U )eul, immazried , aDd in ....... pbyaIca1 condition-with hIch NqU!x_ far .,., _

11, 1933

bacteriology this semester,

Proteaaor

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The followtng poem was contrlb-

You may be stationed m\ywbere in the world • • • Hawaii, Far East, Emopi" Puerto Rico, eIaewbere. � your tour of duty, you will be in c\ooe touch with ,the la_ �pmente in new 1Iying techniques. You will coutinue to, buiI4 up your 1Iying e.perience and later. should have DO �ty IO!'Uring a CAA �mmercial pilot mting.

WMre wll l h rIaIioIeefI wIiH I gel my _,.,' fa.-?

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No. You can chooae between becomiDg Ii Pilot or an Aircraft Oboerver. Men wbo choooe the latter will become commjOBjoned ofBcanI in Navigation, Bomberdmt. en Radar ()peratiau. or Engineering. Aircraft Performance

" 0 d!: Your future is assured if l!! call qua'ifyl Here� ",11,., . . .

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J Tab a traDocript of :rour c:oIIop_oredito _ . """ of,,.a... _: _-to-J,OGr '---,-- ' ,AIr F""", Duo or � StatloL m oat the applIcatioa tboy 1I�,you. , u 2 opp1lCaticm Ia aecoptecI. the AIr Fcm:o wIll,ur&Dp far '",.. to � .,� , , '

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3 Nat, "'" will be II.... . �,aDd III&II1I&i aplftade �. , 4 u"'" _ yOar � aDd other teota. :roo will be ocbodaled rw: aD ,

A_ Cadd_ troIJIIq _ 'Tho SoJoctIw SocvIco Act 1IlIowa :r0ll • __ cIdorDIom wbilo woltIq c:Iuo �.

WHERE :TO GET MORE DETAILS

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PACIFIC LUTHERAN

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PI"(Jtes EQ�te,." Here

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T rusl:ees �ive G���!.a� oq Men' 5 Dorm

To Attend

In an atmosphere ot gay valenI tille decoratlona, many ore..nt !"'!i ,prr,!�r !"e.�b!", 0.1.. Dell>! Rbo Gall!:.

I,ma. day girls. wt1l attend the Va.1entolo dinner Saturday e.enlng. "el>' ruary 14 at 7.

.

Attending the formal affair with their dates, the 'ollowlng couples will ga.ther -tn the' SUB for a 8morgasbord dinner and a mUllcal program: Sally All8tead. _ Jim t3pezia, Nadine Andre80n·Fr8.nk TedweU Janet Baird-Nels Rumu&aeD. Shir:

ley BUlching·Tom Swtndla.nd !Jarbara Ellls-DIck Erdman, Kay Enger-

bretaon.Al Carlson, Joy GilmoreSea Hansen-Don Brown Dick Blucher Ani� Hellbaum-Bob sand11n, Bea�tta Lambert-Gordon Smlth. Luelle Lents-Dick Larson. Patty Perkin8-Topper Nielson. Barbara

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CampUs Activities "JesU8, The LiTlng Water"

and

"U Tlmothy'8 . Strong: EnCOu..""&g.

menlo" topics ot Wedne8day's chapel and vesper services, reapecUve\y. were typical ot Pastor Grewenow'a dally chapel and vesped addresselt during PLC'8 Spiritual Emphaai8 " week. February 9-13. In the chapel addre88. he pa.1nted a vivid work picture of . the Samarian countryside as an Introdu�t1on to the well·known 8tory of Je8u8' meeting with the woman ot Samaria o . at J8p)b'8 well. Put. r Grewe.now described the living water as "au that the 80ul need8." The kep pa8s' age8 were John 4 : 13. 4.

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AWS

i...;._. arty m.,... Feb. 20 in Girls' Dorm

Patty Perk.ln8; cleanup-Barbara Ellis a:nd Kay Engebretson; pubUc· Gir18. pull up a mattres8 and join ttY-Bea Han8en and Carol Paul. In the tun! Yes. It's the AWS-sponsored slumber party to be held 1i'ri_ . day, February 20, In the girls' dorm-

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35 New 5 tud ents

JOin PLC Family At 5econ d' Y·erm •

As �e second 8emester gets on Its w;y.there 1s an addJtion or a6 new 8tudents to. the PLC campus. Although the total enrollment hu Freshmen include Gaiy ,Allen. Calvin

�elv1,u qoqt.,

Capener.

R.cuut\d Cha.ae..

Edwin

Bemi8llo

trt;urn CacIa...�t I,:·s' 'R_L k I or Te I or W ' '

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After what. ey termed a "rigor� ous 8emester. . the fall' ses8ion 8tuaent teacher8 are now 8etWng d9wn to- the routine of college U!e. The seniors in education have Just completed four months or realiatlc tr,alnlng in true teaching 8ituationa, in Tacoma and Pierce, cpunty

schools. Although most of' the education majora have a definite grade In mind which they would prefer to

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KeItDetll. Stewart. E1Jgene grad8 ot PLC who now hold teach,. Tone. Rannoad. Ton&, and WJll1am I.ng positions. I Young. Other · lmportant bwJineae to be Sophomores � 'Carr:Ou KaateUl, COIlBldered wUJ b,e the aelection of Mary . KnUd80D.. D t a n e Knu�n. a delepte to attend the southwest Peter-Luvau. and Pa.lma- �tewart:" · rec1onaJ. convention ot 1'-'TA to b8 Juniors. Elvira Potrats and 08car held on the College or Pu&et sOwid ' CalDPlY. Febru.a.ry 21. Collec'ats inW1illi.m8. Harold Sandberg and BeYerty c1udM4 1n the*lowthweat region ot Weat.brook are earoBed. as special Puc« Soarld, Pacmc lAIthel10Jl &!ld Van�uyer JunJor College. stUdents.

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:�eb orator,tonl�e contestants will S 1vlng

.

I

r the title of champ

ut to try to 'br'eak the victory �� \.o 8u ""g ot John Rydgren, PLC Junior, when the annual oratorical contest opena on the PLC campU8 Tuellday. February 17. Rydgren has won the title o t "champ" tor the past two year8. AccordIng to Dick Horrod and Joyce Genz, co-chalnnen of the event, th.e tollowln« people have made application for entl'ance into the conlest : naTe Hellenes8, Carol �race. �on Reece. DI ck Brandt. Topp if' Neilson, Ted Carlstrom , Don Keith, Dlck , Borrod, Stu GU· brath. and John Ry�n . Yesterday, February W8.e m e deadline tor the orations to be 8ubmttted. On Tuesday, February 17. at 4 p. m.,. the preliminaries w1ll be held In the- 'Radlo Studio and also In CMSThe contestant8 wUl dJvlde tnto groups or five; and each panel · W: U :ave thr�e facultJ' m� aa

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,

Tyro

tak i t y� , , e" tro b mbera ot the P.LAi J1UUo r wTi8fon .

Att�mpttng

to' hold. the

�.

<lebat. oquad. are competing In tbe a·nnual CPS' '1'71'0 Tournament

weekend, ' Fe)).

12..

13 and 14 at the

College ot Pulet Sound.

PartlclpaUns 8tudents are Creah·

men, sophomores and jtinlors with

no prevfou. experience 10 debaUng. mJOll contest8.nt8 are a llo dl i taldng Part. buD not for the t3weey;l-

Senior

lltakes u;ophy.

PLC foren81c sQuad8 have WOn the award1 "tl1N,e- out of foUr years they have competed..

III the jo.nlor dln.lon Tom Swlnd.. land will debate in the Loncoln., or one-man 8tyle. Dave Hestenes and Gene Petry. , Stuart GUbrath and

"Topper" Nall80n, Ruth Hel�o and Shirley Bushing will debate In the usual two-man style. Oratory ent. rants are: Hestenes. Neil80n 011. teach, the certificate which 18 grantbratb, tnuaiid'Robef'ta Strite-ed to Q.uallfJed teachers permits 'dahl mporaDeGQ8 .pealr.en are : teaching In any grade. Therefore. It G llbrath Sw1n' and, s 18 n�cessa.ry ror the student to get Hest ene ' training on two levete--the elementPe Larry Petenon &ad Bolh.1n� _ ap:y. and -the....aecondary. 'tha� .tud. 1J!L� Eve!7..9pQ. j§ JmiteiL to &L� .AI dhmel'-lIpeUwe- are:-NeUeo1li" tend. �1�d.1and and Buihin«. Dlscn.alon ; • ent's preferred level, of teacb1n&' Thursd&'Y eTenlng. February constitutes one halt of his teachlng �t' Peterson, Sw1ndJand.. Perry, Heino, experience; the re8t of. the time Is 8, the tlnal. will be held In the CMS Edith Engle and Janet Klfl'pen dJtonum. �lle, sl..J:: rt�8ts from. Heatenes. Peter&on', Gllbrath. Btrka: con8umed by' u818Ung and ' obserV· :e preHmJnarle8 wU I be Jud«ed dahl and June Wlgdabl are com log on the lesa-prererred level . by three busineBB p eople trom Ta- petlng In Interpretive readtng. Th08e who have completed their coma and vicinity : :pro Battl�• Pro[n the senIor dJT18lon John 0... student t�ach1ng during the tall . re8sor ot speech at CPS; Mrs. Hutb burn will take the one-man debate. semester are : • Bethel. Superintendent ot PIerce _ Dick Borrud' and Alan Hatlan County S'choolr, and po8sibly Mrs. EdJth ED8'le and Janet Klippen w Nan •Aage80n. Sallshan; ClarIce u Mary (Larson, Ness. a former stud· take part In the two-man debates. Gunderson, Betty Hanson. Eleanor' ent at PLC now teaching at PuyalHan8en. Mary Lyon School; Mart. Borrod and Hatlan wUl enter Or&lup. Awards or merit will be pretortcal compeUtion and Osburn and Iyn Lunde. Sheridan ; Phyllls Maltz. ! s ted all ,8ix tlnall8ts. Hatlan wi) lenter the" ext.3mporan. ahn. Fern Hlll; Shirley Molter. �Pproximate length or the 8peecheous 8peaking. Jeffer80n; taught In Primary grad. . .. es l 8 ten mtnute8. They are Judged. Accompanying the group will be es. Esther Brudie. Downing; Mar, mainly on subj ect matter. pre8enta· L U squad ..c. I , the coach Dr. Vernon Utn ng Mary yon; Juanita lon tlO , and speech. techniques. zinger and jUdl'e�. BUl Griesemer, Bryapt;. Harri Hobbs. and �0 admission will �be charged Joann Schief Naomi Hochstatter, SaU8han ; I.ee . Thursday evening. Bine Key w111 _ _ _ _ _ _ J _ Roy Johnson Sheridan ' ohn Ock. 'handle .the u8herlng. ten. Dolore8' Sbervlk. ' and Anne Stray. Lister; Roland Tobiason, .. Downing taught in grades 4 - 6.

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P'efmed Level Seeond�ry

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Janet )(lller. Ralph I(orrtion, BelU'J' M"tin«' ThUl'6d.ay even.1ng, FebNlcholeon, Michael O·Brlen. l-orna ruary 19. the Future Teachers ot Pal8. Ciarenee Potratz, Gertraude Amedca will bear an inrorc.a.tlve charf. Dmd. Scherer. R o n a I d panel dlseuulon carrI&4 on -by

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the OMS. wiD be in Dr. Eastvold's Wednesday "Shop Talk.'"

l 'con' 1;� . lwiMarch aalerinuntiJgohnaon tlaccord nMueento'i.nbegschool who to Bob m .l l the anufacturerrepreaenta These new rl n gl adopted yeO\[. are I n aettl n ga varyi n 0 g " :��e�,I: f; :'.. �n:� t: : :�In , band of oterl n in,e ofV la I I flve r-inga-have fa, beenBobBOlJohn d,.tw"ntyao i l make polntmerttFra JoranhmIwn.ntereated atudentt. lora..andtheaenl.choool� are.rln,gper, wm.,lJtcteclh d.t�o wea ,of PLC andlft. plctaa.ythea thelocatb�!lionc:ch.racterl Ica of the college. edhuTentatia sc�o.vely�1planned for theF.lfIk eilted wOf"en.

rO" lHeiL FrA P....

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• Itory, Helen Enger, Beverly Green According to Barbara Thorson ; and Shirley Bushing. chairmen for Stewart Junior High; Ell'Iab�th .the Dorm and Day girls. respective- Grunder, Puyallup Hlg_h School; Iy. the party will .ncourage the (Continued on Page 4) members or DKP a.nd DH.G to becoae better acquainted. Glr18 w1ll m!et 1n the 8econd and fourth noor �>n lounge8 at 11:00 tor an infotmal late-evenlDg program. aller which llCht r.efreshments will be lIerved.. a t

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HU1'8I.. Karen J,obJl8on. Mu: LoU""".

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General co-chalrmen for the Val- talk1ng with PLC'8 pre-semtnary entolo are LaVonne Dahl and Bar- men. Also he conducted evening bara DeJar41ne and Lucile Lenu; (Continued on Page 4) ravors-Barbara Howard and Eleanor Martin.... food-AnIta HeUbaum. stu p and Bea.etta Lambert; program-

No.

Pacific Lutheran College

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Scheels-Bm Connors. Ha.ni.et ShullIn his dl8cusslon of II Timothy, Bud Ol ilen Gerry Thompson-Dick ' Griswold, Jeanette Wa.1ter-Glenn tIie SeatUe pastor made the pass..... age8 appUcable to the 8tud'enta' Savage. dally Uves and mad.e the ver8es The couple8 w1ll greet the chap... vital and r�al to the yowig Chrl8terone8, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Ran· t ans. He drew attention to St. SOD and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard HegPaul's challenge8 In which he adland, and then rind their tables tor moni8hes first ;'be Dot thou there' Tbelr � ':: ;u�t;;Pl:� .fore ashamed. or the te8timony of e art ' -p l� - our Lord nor or me hii pIilJOner...;:.' _ _ -Sb::d�acesb:� Pl: lI he econd: "Hold fas't the' �orm of sound eaner boy l ve wrm:J.8 w!l.lCb thou hast h..ro. ot me. trousers and red 8u8penders . the in faith &ad love which 18 in Christ ace tormal h :·�! :aV� : ���u� J'e8us,' 'and tllinI . "Tho� theretore. f s d my son, be 8trong In the grace that The musical w11l - Include the Is in Chri8t Je8tl ." S girl8' trio-Diane Bas8ett, LaVonAside from bI8 chapel and ve8per ne Dahl. and Luclle Lentz ; a solo respon8lbilltie8. Pastor Grewenow by Stan Hulsman ; a 8peclal number spent much ot the remainder of his by Barbara Hedlund ; and a boys' time in Informal meetings with ract.r:Io--Cal Capener. Richard Rea, ulty and 8tudent body member8. He and Ron Smith. e8peclally ..enjoyed meeting and

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JUDIOr e , De ate'l'S Ve, Ie I approved Thursday afterf :�:':: oIt� vor ::students. �� Valentolo Tyleo ,Trophy CPS " .l' holdmg wi�l. be at an ap.. Oratoric'a .:_ ',._� O. � :,��,.�r. l Con te;st � - L_!lgy��_ proximate cost of USO G .,�Yf�_��_

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Ticket sales ror tirst PLC 8tudent presentation, "OmnibWs ot the Art8." will begin ·thI8. comfng LSA. wll .Jtake a second step to Monday. Feb. 16. In the ,tudent ,ol!e p',e mucb dI,cu;,ed problem. body orflce and in the hall ot Old the PLC da�ng 8ltuation, with a leeMain. Prices tor students are $I t\lre On "DaUn« EWcs" bi Dr. J. P. tor all three 'performances or SOc Plleuger, phlloaophy and religion tor a Single performance. Adult professor. Sunday night at 6 : 00 in prlce8 are $2 tor the three nights the S'DB. or $I tor a 8ingle night . The ftnt 8tep wu a forum. ....t j Sunday. on the 8ubject. attended by

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apo �ttle to attend a concert gIven tbls week or any addressed to him m�n • by II1s8 .Clafloe C"o c I, n&tIonaUy personally. eoph., �n- DoWU otganjat. The concert , was · "Our aim In, the two meetings." J held .at the UnJveralty MetbodJ8t san vice preaJdent Hal RaddJck. Temp'le, and was much enjoyed' by "Js to alleriate or 801ve problema OD.'

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To those who wondere:d where Bob Nielsen was' the night of tbe cbamplon!Jhlp football banQuet, be was home frantically working on the lettermen's show tor the next night. :That Is why the "Worst" was hi n ot :�:UC�;'S:�� �� :IB �:::o�:! President ot the PLC Letterman's .club. Let's see what Bob and the leltel'meil baTe up their 81�eves tor us this ee�ester. Naturally'we will see the minstrel show betore the carn11ai on· March 21 You mAoy also

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Co�ella. Otis Skinner Is' one of MONDAy-I 12: 1G-DRG. Day Room; 12:80 the mOBt fascinating persons on th'e Lettetllleo's Club, M·I09; 2:00 American stage, but ber solo revue, :4: GO-WAC. WAF Recnt1Unl "Paris '90," did not go over as well Otllcer. SUB; 4: 3o--8elllor mIgbt have been expected with Clue Keettnc. X-109; 6 : 00the Temple Theatre audIence . .Jut Tauels, 4th ' ]M.oor 1.oounl'e; Monday, Feb. 9. AlthobCh her pel'-' 7: 3�ul':�� �:::�v: :::::r::c:J tributed to 'Its lack sue- TUESDAY- =. . ot complete 3 : 00-c0ttee Hour - Stud"ot cese'. · Teachers. BUB; 4: 00--<>ratorThe Nortlrwest fias neTer been ICl\1 Contellt Preliminary; 6:30 particularly Interested In or aftectSpun, 2nd Floor 1.ooun.ce; 7 : 00 ed by Partsian aoc.Iety. nor (s. the LSA Council. I.r116; 7:30 French lan«uage. with which her Linne Society. S.108; 7:30 dialogue' Is heavily laden, poJu7 d

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�� . �. � . � != �, � 'go . 'fJiiU;y'"lhW"""'tone �Ill-U . - . A appearance GilE:N1"'L.� "" EfS 1' J l i /r ..:=... paro. " . Min GRAHN, BE.&. HANSEN. ElOLA DALLY ' . ... SUB; 7:00 AWS, . Upper PUFFERT .. ii scheduled to alns at near-by high dJes on the worldly. turbulent ute s�.i�����1M�.o�g:r�DRESE�·. JOYC:O ACS. 8-108; 7: 0o-Mu Phi E� - KENNEDY, school•. Ano.ther campus must span- 1D th4! .Parts ot the 1.890's. Those DALE KELLER' GLEN WER.NER sl1on. and Floor LoUri..,e ;' 8:00. BOred by the lettermen f8 the bole- who dJd not. had more·dJftlculty. and Toastmasters. CD; 8:00 ...,.... some. I am sure. tailed entirely to In:-ane c;ontest. Printed by La Crone Printen, 1 18th Pacific Ave. � .. Basketball. PLC at CPS. 8.!80clate her cbaractertzatioDII ot It 18 rumored' that Nielsen and CoIJl.P&IlY are worklDg on another ;ourteen ditterent women Into ODe THURSDAY12: 3Q-Campus DeVOtlOOIl. TC; coml1lete plctul:"e �t Paris .In the "Worst" . Can you Imltgtne a music- '9 4:OG-LDR; 6:30 - Student al? I Can? The annual piCniC: (chap.. 0's. CoUDCll. ASB OUlce;' 8:'30 eroned last year by Mike, David and One couId nO�Jhelp but wince at Alpha Ph! Ome¥-. CM8-122; the protanIty and ]Jcentiousneee Brian Harshman ) tlhould round out used 7:30 - �A. 9UB; 7: 30 In certaJn parts of her por· . the se&s9D's eve�tI. K RhG K TC 8 . please- t�yaaI�c���cneJ:e; ·�:!r;n:fd:Y now And personal a word O:::lcal Co��:�; :9:��O: e 3 Y The lettermen's chorus sings at en . HoUy Hall . Ure production. Cornelia Otill "12:30 every day. it Is dIWcult tor Sldnner Is Theatre with a capital those who have fourth periods to �as at :;r the.atrlcal make rehearsal on time. So, please !�8��:st�on ay eTe ng . don't be angry it they polltely· A.d.. .J r Ed Kennedy pc;r rros Auuifion mit themselves to the tront ot the chow Une : they are doIng the school C.'; a service . . . TH&NKS, Werner.' "GO BE SEEN" "Go Forth;·· 'a tllm tell1ng ot the de.clslon ot a young medical doctor 8� C-M-8 : � n- I:3O")ncr '8:00 Band FJec�... Officers to gO" as a missionary to the Phil· 16, 17, 10 . Mount Vernon. Washington' Js IppJne Islands, will be shown at th� Y.o..u leading other locates In providing Mission Crusaders' meeting Tues0 b a � . F . .tb. e In... 12.:&O L ._. 1 .l:ll&l1-l ..Fo d&7 liiaeiih1p ·to rtlle barra. In the r� it � 11 bo...held Ap�1I 1o.. -. cent spring election all otticers OMS Tower Cbaoe� Be a o e time conflIcts lut e ull . chosen were !lit. VeronItell. semester with other meetings"",: the. I Steve Brandt. treshman. ia preal. ti r 8 tinC _Wlth 1 :P 8 !. :: :n u eetlngmen comm in denl His brother: Dick. aopbomore. ::-: if time to a68 was named Tlee-pr8sldent and Bev- it it wUl prove more convenJent: erly Tranum freshman 'secretary. After the presentati'on ot.the moTte. : the group wnt elect ottlcgra tor the Presenting numbers planned tor new semester. the "Omnibus ot the Arts..the band r---l-- i see appeared at the western�taie Ho. I t oom yo.\8rday attor· S top In at :::, �.: ;�� The of Members toured the ground tol· Parties Arran�ed .. for a 10wJnC the procram. -

t seems to· home·goers the staff cbat of you off.tocampus people many anMastd Iweek·end n1: i ss the opportunity pick up the because it comes out late Friday afternoon. between and 4. We would like to be able to distribute the Mooring Mast to the student body after.Chapel on Friday. To attain this goal we need your cooperation. Ifinyouwhich are interested iassist. n sup Faculty ting -thmembers is' plan there areknow severalof ca� ou y " ' ways who or have aa story ton therefateMastcanoffice help usorby.bycontact. some iI1:information g onespecial of us.orevent byrequest putting note i lea�ing for a reporter a the switchboard' mail lxSx. The deadline is Wednesday noon. students Vlho�present an Qrgani.!a�iqnyoshould � "eventnot- ofleave inform to the to up the calender of u us campus year. " Let us know by a note or by word of mouth that you have p ans. news wbidi thse paper: Finally.on don't be disappointed· sudrawddenly Thursday is not in Friday' we will have to the line. If youad patroni ze a plalet�usofknow. businessWhen regularly andsoliciters you don' t their in our Mast. the ad con­ tact merchants whomenaretopatronized by PLC people, itonlyis difficult for the .. business refuse to buy an ad, hopesing.of getting a larger paper is through expansion T6anks. our adverti

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third stanza ended. The CUce Cats · gained nTe points on the home forces, but couldn't produce a winning mp-gln. Don Koessler tOBSed In a two-point cl1ncher with tlve seconds lett to assure victory for the Lutes.

. All meb. Interested In particlpat­ to connect:' Tbe whole Lute (orce These statistics Include galIiel of scored on an even par In this third lng in the ping·pong tournament February 6. period rally and led 36.29 when the sbould . sign up Immediately In �e . Two upper SUB or In the slngl�lImJnation tournles will be C O LLEGE LEAGUE 8COR�RS LEADING . held, one singles and one doubles. Total In League

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goes. Long range artillery Is the way The "bad boys" of the program to' de6cribe 1 st Saturday's game aa n1vers Hall In the ·U - pLC edged the Central Wildcats, seem to be Ivy Ity and Western B in the College. 53 to 50. Each have been averaging 9 fOuls Bob "Strong·Arm" R 0 s s t 0 0 k ' or more per game. 'charge of the Lute scoring as he The, �S=0llege I.eague has taken a pumped t.hrpugh 28 poInts, most of lead IIi the sconng department with them the long howitzer type. Hath

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Last weeks sporta page really sUrred up a lot of comment bu' we're not going to give up because of 259 threatenlu&, letters. Sorry Doherty. 'Your second baIr scoring· splurge story lut week, lett the' deBk aa 41 potnts but' by the lime it got through the faculty censors, atate department. and the Unolype machlne . it had dwindled . to a measly 31.

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,_ Il7 Han B .. ____. ---1.._._._4 . 8 Central D _______...._.__2 .9 We received elenD letters asldng for a write-up about Bob ROIS, _ _..1 10 So I had an Intenle)V with the former We8te� 'S __._.___"-_ Woolley Cash. � you'r.e . ' T E! pOrts sect!oE 1:'!:�11� O�ghta _ •' ' l!..v��:!..?��..,..��. �.:�..l re a llstlc version of "'-HlacC lCnu · t)8 ·g :j l\IiD'i; lton-HoJ ; .i.:" :'�{ Od(t- Utii"'Wee k ""·1:lXJk 1'ih�- cmp}DtJm.t. fe . . . ·yqu have never seen th.e In· Basketballer" in a tuture Issue. Look Lutes, let's not pull any of s c�eap stuff like whlstllng, t.Qa.mut'al basketball leagUe. Tacoma sUll domJ.nates ·the Un1· shouUpg, or other forms of rudeness when lit. vls.ItJpg ball player Is shoot· verslty league with an unblemished ing a free-throw. We were really a model cheering section when we play. record while Central and Clover ed Montana State. We app'auded when they were Introduced. and wben they were replaced by substitute. Tbe Bobc:ats really thought we were a Cr'eek remain wIthln',each. The College league race Is a fight· swell crowd to play for. Then� there wa.s the Central game. No comment. affair with Central B leadtng by a This weekend it Is Eastern and Whitworth. Let's be gOOd .sports. tbin martin. Because of the com· plextty of the scbedullng, any one buh? I'm sure the cbeerleaders will be. all for this, and we will all coof the next four places can over· operate with them to ,be falr to tbeBe other teams. ')

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Will Sing in daho, on ana, D kola .

lTorlE'!' t he di rection I)( pror�lI':or L. NewnhalU, 1he PU.! I;hoi!' o[ thE" 'VE'sl wl11 begi n Its ('onc-ert tour [ Il Mnl'C'h 1 . Singfng �(u'l'eol m Ullh', I chi d i n g Ul'h uum· lIers o s Tch nlJ(ovocky'e .. ngel SpiTits EVl'lr 1 lel'lsed," Bach's "An Itr • thins Life." lind ,1ergPl" s '·B m.zl l j [n n Pi'll! m ." the �roup \11 1 uppear I n !\ t lel,l..� t fUte1ltt c l e s fn }dllllO, ).[on (nnll, allli NOl'th Dakota. Froderlck

dude<l Th >

i lle

stlldents

following

choir'

In

Amdal,

A i llira

Baird.

J a f'l et

Betty

Walt

1 11the

are

personnel

0

A n d e rson,

Ball,

Laetltl

Basehore, D i a ne Bassett, M a ry Lou B i ery, Steve Brandt,

Don

Brun ner,

Faith BUeltma n n , J a n e C h r i sten&en, La Vo n n

y

Da h l .

E Pl s b e rg ,

E d l u n d,

Caro l Ma

French,

t=:nsberg,

Dave

A l ee n

Jeanne

Freed,

Reid

Rober

Fr eske,

F r u m . B �verly G ree n , C h arI,

�eo lu res I O f t h e A rls I /I

ydgren eta l" n . ratorl I C rown I

i t , Ch ir and Drama JO�:'R��:�:'�L�O��:�::.I: '�

THURSDAY

'f

tl\e majo r part in t he peni ng night Ret vlUes o f the Stu­ ..nt Fe l I v I \\ 11 b e th .. Pac!.1e Ilhel" n t ol lpge B mI. Under the r able directio n of H ley E. C h ris· Tak ing

SATURDAY

p rovi u e a

S aturday

yarlell p rogram

2ll.

on

: iuler· C�savan� ,org-J.n, Wil�

ev n in g,

piano sell!ct 01'

Ff'hrnary

vocal solos b �' Herb N -' by �o

e

I:' Jl a ni>en,

nd

FRIDAY

By D i ck

Brown

t h e 11l1'!lchool

seve nth

orato ric al

anJ;lual

\ 'as

held

One week from today the Chapol-

evening, FeobnlILry 19. in

. ehght wltn the PL pherson, t h ", band will p r esen t its shal' e the hm nrma i concert Th ursday, February Choir of the W(;st. l\IS auditorium. \Vith ov e r a h undr e d I'oices its shown bv ' man . .Job i s God's ex amp l e poi n t e r! out how we of the p resent perfo � ' med ra n k s A1tl! m g b I he b a n d the I<'esti � al Chor us \�m to all m e n or perfect fai th t hrough ge n erll ti o n c an not ' hun the prob. I i many school a.ctivJUes, thell' se· complete the musIcal program WIth suffering and los s . l ems of the world today but mu s t. .tlon of mn s ical numbers is en. , the singing of " S anc t us" by Gounod The story is se t on th e outs ki rts work for th e ir soluti on and thu s t he fl'l y n(;w and features the lOllOW- and "Laudamus" by Proiherl. f a lo nely village in the land of imllroveme nt of the world. Professor g progrnro : Frederi ck Ne wnh a m Uz. J b s o i tes te d by God with g av e an .. Each contestant recei ve d num b ers "Ov ature O rpheus," by Otten· has sel ec ted th e f0 II owmg ' a fflictio ns. I sufferings and His I award of merit a fter th e cont est . [01' the Choir of, the W es t' s contrieh. friends p e rs ec ute him with aceusa. , . and a trophy was presented Ryd. . buttOn to the evelllng . fannin Veen," by Wood. s en te rtam· tions of guilt and sin. J o b is almo s t gren which will go on dIsplay in the "B ar b el' of Sevi ll , " by Rossini. ment : Part I, " Glo rify the Lord," lu d e s on the

in

�as

tte.

1

"811Ort C l as si cs for Band," by

II

I

ng

r

trophy case Gi l· S weeli nc lc ; " C om e Soothing D eath, " stand s on faith alone . -faith in the Bae h ; " A doram ns '1' e , " :M o z art ; nd a r igh n without hope and void o t' sanity and

in the C MS lobby.

Sta n

H u lsman,

James

J o h n so n ,

E l l en

J il e

9

e 1',

K e l l b e r g,

�::;':�o���S;; , : : : : : ::�: �::E

I

Ule C M S audi't oriu m, n nt! ,� a !! sJl{)nill b e the aMP,1 by Pi Kappa D Ita, nation I ' h I ulluin/; I seene of <\ dramatic pl'odueU o n speech fraternity. I wort hy of l a.ud . or C UI lie I am reSpeak i ng Oil the the m e , " \Vhat'.� Cerr to JOB. th e SI OI'Y o f th e tlie l,;"s e ," be fo l'e a cr ow d o f ap- ' ' . . greatest ev er proxima-tely 1 2 5 pe op le , Rydgren ex a mp le O L I n l th I us ! ',S Pl:'

Thursda.

B e r n i c e H an s e n , Eleano H a nse , Co n n i e H an s o n , N a ncy H e l l a n d A n ita H e l l b;lU m, Jewel H e rreid , E n est

..

(·ontes t. ThE'

contest

I

G u n-

nerson.

II

Kvern.

Lamb ert,

B eatta

l i s M a r tens, S l i m

L uc i '

M l t!'i, D iCk M y-

k i n g , Ruth M yrwang, H e r b e rt

eve ,

C la ren e Osterii M yrn a Pfa n n e k uch­ e n, M ar i a n n e Pfeiffer, M l n a R aaen , John

R u n n i n g.

Reay, P a u l

Sc h warzwa it er.

Joanne S h e l veI',

S he rvl k,

M a rt i n

C l ara

S kjcrsaa,

A l p h l c:\

Soderman,

R obert

S i m mo ns,

S o r e nsen ,

Sverdsten, T r i b l e,

M yr n a

Do l o res

I S ko n b erg,

' I

Le n z,

W i l l i a m Leed, Peter Lu vaas, P hy l -

Pat

Go r don S i grid

Marie

Terry

Strom Tol lefson,

Tro ntvet,

Ro y

R o b e rt

You e l l s.

formed by Bob Beatty.

lilibu. the by

voice of youth I s characteri zed

0 God," l\iendelssolm. The narrators who d mill! aUy 1 n th e se I ec t'I o n 0 f an ac to r to phar, EI ihu ; th e Vo ice Ot" G0d ; two : Part 2, " Sal v ati o n i s C rea t e d, " Alex a nd er. I tell of the coming ot Jo b's armcifficu r t t h ortray h i s l t ro l e, e d i . narrators. d p " Faire st ot th e F'air," by :::Jousa. Tschesnokoff ; "A ngel Spirits Ever ector, H e n d r i c kson, M o rry h as E l i p h a z , who represents the wis- tions are Ell Kenn dy and Dick nc ertino ' by Weber-Clarinet Blessed," T e haikovosky ; "Hosan· s J udd c h o s e n G l e n J o h nso n. G l e n has a n d o m o f t.he sages is capably played Brow n. The Voice of God i by John Reay, accornpallied by na to the :::J on of David," W ilI a n ; Doughty. ab i l ity o f expe r i e nc i n g t h e e m ot i o n b y Bob Neil son. e band. and "Souls of the Ri ", "'hto u . " A drama is never an �" l·ettE!r tban of J o b i n a m a n n e r that s h o u l d Zopanr, who I s the log i claii o f the The curtai n will rise at 8 : 15, an· the peo p le behind the curtain who c o m p l e t e l y awe h i s a u d i e nce. group i s represented b y DI1.V£' Hp-stnounces Herb • Keve student co ' > • , • , pla\.' the maJ'or roles In the rehear!!The rest of the cast consilit 0 [ : e n as . Bildlld, w ho al l of hi s ol'dinator fOl' th cho ra l progl·am. 0' " Colos s us

of

Columbia

March,"

I "Judge I

Tom Bettis.

teous ess of his God .

Me,

s

··Choir of the West" Tour Schedule

I

I

;(;

bases

Offering a message in song the PLC "Choir of the Wes t" I , t or a concert t our through I abo, 1�.1Yl s Sunda) M art.. Mon tana and I Ota Nor th Dakota . The black and gold robe m gers w i l l be away from lhe PLC campus for two weeks. , he following i s a I st of pI.)c s w he re the choir will sing : 3/ 1 S p o k a n e, Wash.

Date

Place

sn B o n n e rs, 3/ 4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8

3 /3

Su n .

3/10 3/1 1 Th urs. 3/ 1 2 Fr i . 3/13 3/14 Sat.

Mo n.

3/9

Palltor o r R e p.

E. H. R eeders

K a l i llpel l , M o n t.

J. M . G r i msfude G. H . W i l l i ams

603 M ai n

H av re, M o nt.

S.

925 4th St.

G l asgow, M o nt.

G. G. H Ulle l ey

P l e ntywoo d , M o nt.

N o rman J o h nshoy P l e n tywoo d

M. H e e n

W i l l iston, N . D .

C. B. N e rvi g

Sydn ey, o M nt.

A lfred J e nsen

Tues.

B i g T i m b er, Mont,

G. Oppen

Boze m an, M o nt.

A l ice Brekke

Butte, M o nt.

F. D. D o m m e r

3/ 1 6

Sherman

G re at F a l ls , M o nt.

Fe rry, I da. G. A. A m u ndsen

Wed.

Sun.

39Q.l.

Add ress

So.

Polson, M o nt.

E . S. Tol lefson

M isso u l a, M o nt.

S. V. To l l ef.o n

K e l lo g g , I d a h o

B o nn e rs Ferry

1 9 1 5 1 st Ave. N. G l a s g ow

803 1 st Ave.

Syd n ey

944 Placer St.

Evergreen Apts.

P o l so n

Ro la nd W h i ttroc M u l l i n St.

CA S T O F J O B-Ed K e n n edy, Dave H csteness, Bob N e i lso n, G l e n J o h n so n as Job, Tom B /'ttl a, Bob Beatty. ( P hoto by M c Kewen Stud i o ) and D i c k Brown.


F E B . 20, 1 953

T H E M O O R I N G M AST

2

Published

"I. '.e Moor ",.

IJ

t

very F Iday dur.ing the school year by students of Pacific Luthera

College

I

eft o

D'S

Cho rusl roa d cas t S 000 rm

SOl rlty.

Its charter day musicale In

sent

mu!\lc

p r!)

the CUS Saturday afternoon, Feb. 7. O p n ing the p rogram, J une N el.

XCh an

/

from

En tered as . econd class malter, October 2, 1952, at the Post Office at to give it's talent to KMO for a. bu.lf son, " hose interpretations of Cyril Parklan , Washington hour radio program March 19. Good S c ott are well known among her . Telephone GRanite 8"611 Ottice . tudent Union news for the chorus and their diI" fellow students, played his " COUl'· Subscription price-$ 1.50 per year

ED1'l'OR.IN·C HIE V"'_. ...... ....... _..__ ._ ... ._. ..._ .__ ....... ... _. ..............BEV GREEN 0 lAT E EDITOR .__. . .._ . ........ ..... . . .. . ... .......__. ................R O LLY O P SAHL A NEWS E DITO \...__.... __.._.... _ .. .. . .._....... .... ... _ ... ... .. . . ___ .ELWOOD RIEKE AGER... ._.!.. ....._...__. . ._ _ ..... ... .... .........._ ....._WALT S C HWINDT B t! INESS 1\ D MANAGER _._.... ...... . .__...... _...... .. _.___ .. .. .. ...... ..... . .JERRY SLATTUM AD SOLICIT ORS._ ..... ... . . .. ..._._ .._. . ....... ... JIM JOHNSON', NAOMI GAFFNEY,

ector Paul Steen.

I'lmlOr

.

..

.

..

.

appoin tmen

bereavemen t. an

we

wouldn't let

W a s h i ngton

How To Sta y

Awake In Clas5-" sharp penCil. � hanu. your up, arcls, 1TI C o l l eg e of E d uc a t i o n

l

C l ench

poInt

Iong

a

of Y Ul' chin i s ju st o v er t he pDlnl

the underside

1'.1ov(· your h ea d so

( S tu d ent

the desired coquettish efIel' t of No· vella's "The Little D mazeL" I n

chin a nd yo n will suddenly wake

I

dies

effortles.sly

your

prick

will

up. It is I'l hl sable to put a ga g in b efore outa trying thJs

method bec lUbe you may wake up pleased the scream ing. :-.rot recommended for

this and i n Care w ' s "Piper June," she negotiated the coloratura hur· and

point

pencil

t e

Je8.nne Frieske skillfully achieved

your

sleep f' r who tried this now has to h eavy

audience with her clear, silky voice. The dexterous fingers and distin ·

sle.. pers.

The

last

heavy

st.a n d on his head to use h i s pencil.

tive finesse of Jeanette .I<'OS5 made

director Paul finds this sort o t' an

her playing of Rachmaninov's " Prel· endividual he merely places him ude XII" o ne of the high pOints of T H E L U M B E RJAC K between the roaring voices of Hill the program. In two Schubert lieder, Politics may have Its bad points, Borden and Pete Luvas for suffoca­ "Heindenrosleill" and the difficult but \vhere else can you rais e your tion. "Du Bist die Ruh," Joanne Schwarz· own salary. The c horus include s : first tenors, haded h er w al te r co ntrolled and Marty Helberg , Roger L�r on, an� b ig, silvery soprano admIra bly. Hen· Dick Brown . (Old HuH couldn t sitive accompaniments were provid. WSC DA I LY E V E R G R E E N make it this year.) Second tenors : ed both singers by :Mary Ens berg. You c n torget your past-but Dick Predmore, Larry Eage ' Hob lIlne'ss prevented Connie Hanson the neighbor's can't seem to see It Ross, Gil Kleweno . erhe tenors. are ! from appearing as scheduled. that ny . the .I<'1 rst in help wanted dept. ) Gud ru n Ness Ronning, PLC voice bass : Dale (Spid er ) Keller, Bob Instr uctor, sang a group of art Brog, Bill Borden , Pete Luvas, Jim songs accom panied by Jane Po wers , es Jaeger, Bo b McAda ms, and Roger Tacom a musicia n, who also closed ' Madsen. (They don't look good, but N ew arrival, to t h e L i b rary t he program with three organ solos. waIt till you hear them. ) Second featuri ng Econom ics and Bual· as enthUB.iastic b u� The audien ce b ass : T e d Gro tJO neS8 A d m i n i8tratl o n : ' hn , LIoyd East· not as large as It should haTe b ee n man, Al Fink, Bob Neilso n, Dick Anderson. Taxation And 'I'he for thi s fine recital. Americ an Economy-33 6 . 2-An!lT. L arson, Glenn Werner, Phi I Nord· -Ed Kenn dy quist and Vern Hanson. ( Lots of Blough. The Federal Taxing wlm, wigor and witality I n this Process-)l 3 6.21B62 B'.

I

I

I

th i s se l ecti on was taken.

claim that they cannot carry a tune far enough to help the. cause. When

Those who a t tended the big celebration dinne r got souvemr copies of a n e w poem the guest of honor had recently written. Here is the poem : "There is onlv1 one horse on the earth and his name is All Horses. T he re is only one bird in the air and his name i s All Wi n gs . There is only one fish in the sea and his name is All Fins. There is only one man in the world a nd h i s na m e is All Men . There is only o n e woman in the world and her na m e is All \Vome n . There is o n l y one child in the world and the child's nam e is All Children. There is only one M aker in the world an � His . childr� n c over ,th.e e a r th a �d they are x:'-ame� All Go.d s Childre � . , . the I. a bea tlfnl expressIOn ot the � m ty t!J at uncerltes . , v as t IV rSHy of h u ma n l I fe a!1 d of a l l hV1l1g tlll�gs . e t US t a n k God for t�e nch arId m� rvelo u s d lf e ren c e s a m on � _ HI lrea turt: . Among HIS. human ch d dre n , e vq- .gro u p, e v�q . persona It , bas. some speCIal en d� m e n t that ennches the tn - I . hentance to whLch we are a l l hcas. . Bu t let us t h a n k God even more de voutly for the umty that

bin ds u s together . In the co m m o . fate of God's children, we share the sa me proce.ss 0 b i r h , rowth. decline and death . \Ve have si milar har n JO}' an hope . one, however he may seem to be favored In achlewmenr [ PO sessions, e capes his portion of d i s ­

lettermen

s

E aste rn

body day talent scouts please no. o f aaid pe m·n. Ii you should begm to drop off, your head w i ll fall, tice ! ) .

Nelson

t hei r services to this group. Many

.

!

June

and made one wish to hear

ante"

Not all the lettermen are giving

4

The

let

girls her p l ay the entire eJlUS from which

the evenings from here on.

drl Sandburg celebrated his 7 5 th birthday in Chicago on January 6 th . this year.

T�IS

boys.

to

som e

hour of singing every noon will be called on for additional turnouts In

By John S. Knight, Editor and Publishet', Chicago Daily News

ot fe red

that

The chorus, wh i c h puts in a half

...

Printed by La Cros� .Printen, 1 1 8th Pacific Ave.

ha ve

it

ked

her go on any condition.

.. .

.

ha:;

h a v e a rest as accompanist for the

BARBARA HOWARD EXCHANGE STAFF. . . ._ ...... .. .. ..... _ _... ._ .. ... ... . ... ... . ......... .. DONNA SWANSON ELLEN HENRY, PHYLLI S BRANDT PORTS EIDl'fORS._ .................................._._....................... _.......BOB NIELSON, STAN KVERN, CHUCK FOR SLAND .A 'l'ION ............................................. _._ ... ... .. . ...THELMA NYGAARD CIRe MARLYS SALTE R BECK SPE IAL A SS I GN M E NT REPORTERS ................................ED KENNEDY, GLEN:-l WERNER, JOYCE PUFFERT, MARLE NE STUHLMILLER, DAV· ROE, BILL UTZINGER, DICK BROWN, PAUL S'I'E E N ADVISER____ . . ._ . . ... . ... . . .. .. ...... ... . .... .._.. .. . .. ..... . .. . .._._ ._._ .. . . _. ..U. N_ HOFFMAN AS�OCI TE Sl'AFF _ ... . ... ......... . ... . .... . .. _ . ... _.. .. ........ROSEANNA HARTILL, LORETT.\ GRENTZ, MARIE INDERGAARD, NADINE ANDERSON BEA HANSE0I, KULA DA LLY, DAVE ENGLUND, DUANE DAHL, JOAN CHERNUT

. .

The lettermen 's cho rus w as

From The

:::aJ ltelll s � p� �� ;! a

pro ressional

I

Remembe r the chorus' first public appearance this year wil l be March 21, right before the carnivaL Sweet

is

WERNER

,-__

" W i nter in Norway," an excel lent

S K I C LU B

II

"State Fair" Shown Tonight by Mu Phi

section.)

musi c ? ? ?

Library Vol

Heigh-ho, come to "St.ate .l<'air l " i the

invitation

Mu

Phi

Epsilon

members are extending to all PLC I

I

Cox. T6eory In Marketing -

658.B·C83T.

I

Hammerstein

Federal Taxation C urre nt Law

;

a Rogers and

Frailey.

technicolor film, will be featured at "St ate Fair" stars Jeanne Crain, the next Ski Cl nb meeting March 5. D an a. Andrews, and Di c k Haymes. E v eryo n e is Inv ited to see th i s f i l m. Ad mi ssion is 35c. J ea nette v'o ss ,

Also on the

Ski

I

which is

,

Clu b agenda, c hapter preSident, s ugg es t s t h a t a ski trip is being planned for �at' DPK and DRG members attend th nrday , March 7. weather and s k i movie befo r e going to the A WH I ! concpti ons permitting. slumber party.

l

�j

S ecretary's

And Pra cth:e-·R 3 3 6 . 2 4-Sn7li'.

te c hn C o lor m usi cal, to be given tonight.

students. The movie

Complete

Doris.

Handbook-651.02-D73C.

Handbook

Of

Busi·

ness Letters-651.7[j· F 8 5 H . Groves.

Financi ng

Govern·

ment·--336.73-G9 1l<'. Gruver.

A

Guille

To

Corpo rate

Profit­

Finan·

able Investment-·3:12.67-U92U.

'

cial Poli cy-6 58 .14-G98C. Gntlummn.

_ _ •_ _ _ _ _ _ _ •_____

,

grief.

need the sustai nmg sense of brotherhood w'th a l l wbo strive a l o ng with us, each s ucc�eding in some measure and in Somt! mea u re fa ilI n g . May B rotherhood \Veek in 1 9 5 ring a l a rg e rC\"\Tard in mutu:lI love and u ndi!rstanding an d i n practica l mea s res to ex­

Equ.1 l 1y

press

them.

Madde

'5

P'TklanJ Centre:: Bid ' .

e

5

& Little Mans Sho p GRanite

G EN E RA L AUTOM O B I L E

G A I T

R E PAI RI

4242

LET S THE BALL c ON OUR H TI G OIL

G

GA · AGE

ic

GRa nite 9 9 4 6

Enioy That "PLUS" Service Lubrication Tires Batteries Auto P,arts

SWEATER CENTE for GUYS and GALS!

MARY TO

. L-____________________________________� ,_

20th & Pacific Ave.

F

M

IK'S

I

GR nite 8684

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FEB_

1 953

Lui: 5 V· e for NA B; I Lutes c uttle Foe :;�:;p��,, �g�e�;::!:11 Top a :a Tot-- Pole Trav to M I II Iarv

Hars h man's

" es hi the road this week with popslble chance for third place E astern vVa shi ngto n od a s ub 8equ en t NAIB tourney Wh itworth . __ . _ .. _ . .. ___ . _ . _ . . I Pug-et Sound rth if the tOlll' is succes sful. Coach

.

hoop

STAN D I N G S

E V E RG R E E N

.. __ . . .

Lu ther � n

..

. ___ ..

.

B rltish Columbia, who Western WashlUgton . !l he luiI'd to handle on t h e i r hom e C e n tral V\T ashlugto n -- - - -.._ url PLC sc al ped the Thunder- British C olu mbi a ods in Parkland a while ba c k, but the

Tonight

- ct>l1ence Jm

north

Pacific

with

tangle

Glads

of

t.he

border.

�Ir trip

to

Canada and

.

.--. .-

Central

un n in the l as t three seasons. Tomo rrow ni g ht. in Bel l i ngbam,

the first con.ference v i ctim

tor-

E astern ,

L

T h e CPS

8

T H E M O O R I N G MAST

.J

. It mJgb t

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

I

I

o wo rth P ira te s 77 - 5 2 . B Ig B ob R o � s h av e b een a qu e stio n of psycho logy, for the game s tarte d. aU witll bo . 3 and Do n Koessler dId most of the t.eams as tight as a d rum' s head. t h en the Loggers bega n hI tti ng froIn the. 3 sh el ling. They l�ft :�>e ga�e i n the ou tsid e with great acc u ra cy . From then on it was th ei r g me. The Lutes . � 4 fou rth quarter wIth .!" and 21 pomts pulled to wi thi n eight pOj ts, but cou l dn 't get a rally gOIng that woUl d 7

l

already

I

Loggers had their axe sharpened [or this on

n

respeCtiVelY .

P1lt uut th e fi re. The Sizzliu g Lutes hit an a ma zThe s ea so n is far from being over for the Lu tes even though the 7 i iug 52% o r th ei r field go al at- I hom e stand is fi n i shed and the o u tl oo k has been somewhat dRrkene <1 8 tempts. t h e b e st accuracy m a rk by th l oss a t h e hands of th e Lo ggers Wednesday t e night. '] hI s week n

-.-

.. _ .__. . . . ___

that PLC has e ve r posted, accord"'hitworth

I

,stern Washington of the game College of Puget Sound won its red in Parkland las t mo nth. T h e [i rs t clt.y basketball cham p i onshIp :kl ngs are also a to ug h gang to in three years by trouncing the t whe n they play for the home Lu tt>s 72-57 Wednesday n i gh t , J<'e bmary 18, In t h e Lo gger gym . CPS jum ped to a n earl y lead an d This n o rthern Jaunt i s 11.1 ays a se r i ous t roubl e ard tri p for th e Luther'ans, as i n n ever w as in

Jim

Of

missed

Doh erty "

s ervi c es

from tomorrow night the Glads end their s e as o n at

thes e two tri p s pro ve su c- cess ful , there

who was checkBd

stan di ng scorer,

I I

the

and stopping at Bellingham on the return trip S at urda y

l ea gue ' s ou t-

the

was

Huffman's

Gl e nn

:

I i u m a n d be receI ved a s t andmg

a mat hematlca l

Arrangements have b een started for a forthcoming ba ske t ba l l gam& I N T R AM U RALS

last

between th e PL C i ntr a mu ral all-stars and a like gro up from CPS. SInce the int ra m ural p rograms of th e tw o schools a re run undel- s i m i lar �Ug1bll­

college ga me i n M emo ri al G mna so v-

l ation from the crowd during the pre.

still rema i ns

chance for a b ert.h i n the regional N.A.l.B. pl ay -oft

very effecti vely by influ e nz a . It

. 0 I"rlda), night. One week E-Jlensburg_ ShOUld

the team makes the l on g trip north, going to Vancouver, B.

Ing to Coach Marv Harshman.

In North End

Lutes seek a repeat victo r y over

si ki n g Whit-

o ve r

win

pedo ed the

L

Luthera n s Lo s e Ch a mp Co nte s t

Whit-

nrth barely emerged as vie tors on ;ame

3 -- 2 1

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..

to the boys

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mea llS li ttl e

6 6

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upset.

an

20,

it y conditio n s, the teams c a n

be figured at abo u t even strength. Details o f th e gam e o r s e rie s of ga mes h ave not b een compl eted, but will Il roba b ly

ga me introdUctio ns. The Lute c ap-

c o n si s t of a be s t. two of t.hree games, home and ho m e series. The all h or l ly

ta l n s played the game i n hi s usual

for choosing the PLC team wi ll be a nnounced later, as well

f asbion-pa ssing, hawkin g rebounds,

came, pIllS his exeellent de fensive colu m n will select all-star teams

hitti ng the boop wben the chanc e

a the

tllJlI

team

members chosen. Rega rdless of the method of choosing the t ea m,

HufP' ork. Knowing the finese of our intramUl'al l eagues , we a re qUite sure . l y ea r s we have usually split throughout t h e res t of t he ga. me. fou rth s eason as a varsi ty hoopster, t o out-class any opposition. (CLASS, that i s . ) lith W atern , ea c h team wtnnl ng T h e Lutes COU ldn ' t , pen rate th e truly o ne o f the gr at athl e t s o e f the A l o c al indepe n dent team t.hat has h e e n com pili ng quite a ecord North-enders' d ef en s e, and ill turn Pacific Northwest. home game. for itse l f this season is t he Parkland Blacksox. Jack M. Johnson, fO TJD.cr h arps hooters Slip Next Thursd y w1 l1 find PLC at let the CPS s Lute grea t and sta _f' L I' ep o rte r, was the dr ivi ng force hehi nd the I!quad a lansburg for the last regular tilt thr ou gh for aever l lay-ins. until his departure for the sunn y southern climes and pro basehall tT'ainTacoma On Top Mayberry and Moyles hit th e the se as on all tar a s the Lutes lng camps. T h ou gh the loss of Johnson was great the team has contin ued In Intramurals hoop with astonish i ng accu racy to r r e ' h a PLC n ned as t concerned. If i and has dOlLe well . rcspect18, and 13 ng o CP S-sc ri tournament spot, the basketb all One cla s s i c example of thei r power was the game with J U. Rainier U n lver&lty League Ively . PLC's hopes rec ei ved a setpment will be loc ked up until Won Lost Ordinance tea m when the Sox Sl ipped by 107-38_ In th eir recent game back ea rl y in the game when Bob t win te r . Pacltlc Lutheran has 0 with the JV's, a large first half deficit b rok e their backs as th ey returned T a coma 12 high-sc orIng Lute forward , ted Ce n tral Washington in two ROBS, :l a ra ng In the c lo si ng minutes to try to close a gap which the do It wo'altl Clover C reek . -... 1 0 h a d three quick fou ls called on him ! the three games the t eams haTe not alIow_ . a Ce n tral 10 w

"

is

finishing

his

from both l ea gues.

t l

_. . . __ _ . . _. . . ___ ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ ._

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

varsity d t 'l' he PLC j ..Lir In Pa rkl a nd a couple of w eeks l ed by Larry Eggan, downed the was too close to make anyon e Logge r youngsters 5 7-55 i n Hle preotl optimistlc. season, but t h a t

yed this

Bab .y·'s

un o r

oS within

East ern

Ivy Hall

squa ,

J i mlnary contes t..

long shots kept the Wi ld-

whi�t1e last garue He acox will 1a l uly do his share to shove the Ites out of t he tournament plcre, 5 0 all i n all, it's gOing to be

and had to be taken from the game.

5�-50

. Interesting tUssle.

I

_ . _ . ... ---- . . . - . - - - . - - . . __ ._. ______ ._ .

.

__ .___ ._ .

Ivy Hall

Salznlan Reminds 0.1' 'J Con tes t' CIose

C entra l

Jets

Intra mural pin g pong play starts

. .. _ .

._

. . . ____ . . . _

C o l l e g e Leag u e

T orna do e s "Bibs"

.

.

. - ... . . . _ .. . - __ .. __. . . _ .

C e ntra l "B" .

winni ng di stance to the

nal

_...

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_ _ ' _ ' _ _ _ '_ _ _ "

'Western B

9

'_"

4

6

4 2 1

Ron

Fred 1. agnu 8 on ,

The roster includes Jack Johnson, Jim Ball, Claude Hunskor, Jim

7 8 8 5

Wally F'eax, Don Krejci,

:\! u ensc h er, B i l l 'l'ollefson, Art

Billings, !{on Storaaeli,

Swanson, B i l l Borden , O l e

g tting all t he members of thoir team together a t th e sa me t im e . Heet

Lloyd Eastman and Marty Hell berg_ The Blacksox ha ve the proble m of

Lost

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Nok l ebe r g,

5

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B

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of Luck to you fellows.

11 11

this weekend. reminds d1reetor The highly off en sive i n tr amural t h o u g ht for the d a y : til e M a rk S a l zman. If you signed up to m a chi n e got into gear a gain this n the dining hall may tas t e p lay, he su r e to check the Ite week and began to grind the re[­ . le mUd , but it w a s fresh grou nd b o a rd fo r the name or yo u r op- erees, as u suaL Ac t io n of �Ionday tel day. ponent and the deadli ne for each saw Ivy Hall , 'I'acoma and the Torgame. nadoes b es tin g Ea.'ltern, Centra l a n d The free throw co ntes t is on Central D, respectively. The fourth Art's Sho Shop NOW. So. fellas, shoo t those free game of the ni ght was a battle of the lowly rated throws. R ul es were po�ted in last the defenses ,

Th e

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Question O f The Week

H_ E_ T_ M _ O_ O_ R_ I N_ M G_ _ T_ A _ _ S_ _ _ _ _ _ F E B_ , _ 2 0, � 1 9 53 _

_ _ _ _ _

Sk e. ers G T CheI n oo k, Sa t .

Din i ng Hall Ge t Beauty Treatment

� e ce i v i n g news tha t t h e d i n i n g t.eeu g'yen � h a l l fa cl i ties are b e i n g i m proved 8ueI'J11l 1nvitaUon to ilie j u nio r claBs a n d ex p anded , t h e P L C board i n g sponsored ski trIp to Chinook Pass C' J u b m em b ers look forward to t il e have

Begiruler

co t

tomOl"l11 W.

1 ill the lrnnsllorl.tltloll date of co m p l e t i o n , tembtlr 1, 953,

o Uti ng

r a (dent,

that IIle ' B 11 Ih.. past w Wrh wer from tho, alt 1111 d by t}t'Her sid 'rB. "We w,tUl t') pl,{l'l'lde fun ior evol'YbodY i ir tll y Illl ' l ki I hey ean play in the linD I ," lle ('oIIllllen (1. Don K llh, class

will

be

to

se t

for

S ep-

K enneth 'J aco bs, presen t p l an s c a l l Accord i n g

. tatecI

different

m anager

p l ant

ever to l d ?

Q ue s tion

W h at was t h e b i ggest

21 years

PLO Ileb n tors remmed from the r..s - r w i l l b e " on the go" this CPS Tyro To u rna.m ent of last week we eken d, i th deleg te ll ' t te ndlng Hol s t a d I l i ved at the other end or end minus the S ," eep stak E's troph y , th e r eg ional L a dershJ p \\orksnop th e hall but with three first' s, tiv seco nd' s M 1'.1 n uc h a , Orego n , nn a special . Di d, BrO\Vll : I was good foL' U and a third place winner. e 'ampus tor pmgrtllIl planned on we ek_ Ru h Heino was a w arde d first 'und ay eveni ng. Re P h y l i s Caspers on : Live in the pla.ce i n juni or' w om en ' s dl vis I on atlend i n g P LC a re • velyu Peter. dOl'ln. A l l ) OU do is s l eep. orat ry and J ohn "b I TIl won lli� t s o n , He l nil Littau ' nd Bonlta M u :Tndel aI d : It might in- In ol h one-lIUln tIeb ie and senio r ho l l an tl. M ari criminate me. me n 8 ell."tem p. ilepreSE'nting PLC at th ,vork· Bobbit rUr� t.l a W � or ('OUTlie l' Wi nners or se con n' s were : �','"U shop w i l l be Lord , Ze.l l rue ,Lud lie you

B e ltma.nn :

R o n .Johnson : I'm

I

Osb u rn, Hei no Are Wo rkshop, M o vie �o,n [l1ee Aff en d d B y LSA ers r in Tyr

Faith

I134,

old.

M.rs.

Telli ng

I

f rom the present sea t i n g capacity Gll raW, .tunIor men' o ratory an To rr� etti s : or (:Ol l rSe I'll get. YOIl J uni or mel 'II Of. 250 to a p proximately 100 This LE'm p , Dl dc 1301'1 ud, , Wi l l be made p oss i b l e by t.he remov- in b). , an. sculor Olen's orntory ; Alan I.ul lan, I of t h e west w a l l at t h e · south �r u ripl McA ll l l eI' : r , m vtl le dlc· senior ruen's e. e mp ' Janet KI 11'" e n d of the d i n i n g h a I and I nc l ude torian. lIen, jUnior aru1 elliOt· wo men ' I toruorrflw ,I \' ea l l l i w hu Th the present h a l l and uti l i ty rooms tscIDIsion. . UI rn I n g Rn lI W III l'P turn 1n t i me across the h a l l . ShIrl y Du hing llll�ceu t lJ iI'd In for dlllIlPI". Lunl'h l� lln be h n"ht Other a l teration6 a n d a d d i t i o n s junIor women's aftlJr dinn.. r speakt th� PM; . tn Ihe lollg : Ing ,I, P. Carlslrom Is j he general to take p l ac e d u r i n g the six month job i nc l ud e tho. mov i n g of t h e bak­ hulrman. Among th , 1 cbools l'ompetlng ery s h o p to a room north of the HelpIng Lo nlrE" tllp Junl1.1 ry·[,'e b- w re ilie U'. or W.aS] inglon, V . or kitchen, transferr i n g of th e d l sn· rullry wi nter cODcerl tWUi;On J. I!IUc­ Orego n , Wn hingt on ' !.nte, Oregon washer u n i t to the bakery shop. i n· ('e8$f u t o n Speaker ' Leave Mon. lor tile Tncoma l:ivl c Siate, Paclllc UnIversity a.ntl ::;eat­ sta l l i n g a n other serv i n g ta b l e to Symphony were ll\O mUBic P l 'o. l i e Pncifir. For Portland Vi it a l low two l i n es of tudents, a n d fe S O l'S, Brarf! Fritts . nL! llar le �' TI)i n g out for the ti.J'sl t i m ! Il ad d i n g seve r a l s p ec i a l refrigerat ors. luis t.opll rso IL .Mr. Frllt plays e n ty j or ,ymJJoillum di s cuss i o n, The moving of e qUi pment wi l l tromlJone aIllI ::\lr. Chrillto phtirS O ll 1 r. Y'rnoll Uzinger w illi nIck lIot·

rud,

for e n l a rge me n t o f t h e d i n i n g h a l l ,

I

I

Getl . PI·tTY. Th

I

ava ges Ed g e lutes 5 8 to 56

l

I

tn be l1el 7 In Me Unnvlll , Oregon.

� arc il

Dl'm('nl

bake

5, 6

.1

nd

lulJ�nl�. HR " I I I

Go - Sundi('s

M c C A y lS ICE CREAMERY

I printed

are

$2

13c

r'ds are

superimposed

building

wOrus.

eaCh'

fo r 100

wi th

th

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LaCrosse Printers Posters

Announcemcnts

er

Crorh

Triple

Printers

Chu.:.'c h .

Tamplt>u Ems" n thi nyIt <'I1ulcol0l' film w i ll be I lle feature of the Sunday nlng progran1 in th B, n S . an, Es pe fally I\' 1eomu 0 tWB meel· ng Ill' m £<rnbf' s 01 the (' hoi r, m l nu l e

"The

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t ll i I. a "far�'� 11" tor thew. RUtWI k promises a surprise tor 1 choIr members who :J.ttenrt. A soc I time refreshments w ' ll close tJ18

11 �

program .

J ob . . .

( Continued from

see n

, tage han Us are :

sis tan t

I son,

man ,

1)

but are never

ack· T he e Edith En gle, as· d ireclor : J . P. Pflueger,

als arrel production

by

Pase

the

lnterpre Ive

public.

M

,1onsor ;

Nan.'y

of Your

Mooring . Mast

Ros

(or a s ho rt program.

po i n ts .

was fouled and ma d e

I

58 ,

one of

costume s ;

mak

u she rs

rlon Christian-

v i ew t h e story of J ob,

Parties click when the mood is ri gh t , With enough Coke on hand

you call. set the a

<ray

anytime.

COUIlNO SCHOOL

scene

seSSI o n , ,

,

BOTTLEO

TACOMA CITY LIGHT

Tur-

up; Al pha. Phi Om(ga. ; Marciel Fink, hous e ; K two fOll l shots, making the s co re Anderson, ligh ti n g ; Dille Keller The girls' do rmitory will be the to 56. Then wit. h a. few secondB l eft, s tagi n g ; and Bob Whea tly nsscene of the AWS slumber party Ro s s inter cep ted the ball, an d n ' i n e e ri ng. which is to be given Frida.y, I" e b ru- last second tio-or-die shot failed T h i s e p h isode from t h e B i b l e I. ary 20. to con nect. p resent., d in the l a n guage of B i b· Day and dorm IrIs wil l first at- . Don Minnich was the high point l i c a l t i m es a n d to fu l l y a ppreciate t.end the "'Iu Phi E p s ilon movIe be- man fo r Eastern with 20 points, e v e ry word a n d action of t h e p lay fore meeting in the lounges at 11 : 15 i and for PLC Bob Ros B with 14 I wou l d advise t h e p l ay-goer to re-

RG. PI< als Meet for Rest

for

s...�Jd By

I

tk au th

Campus capers call for Coke

Cards

l l B02 PACIFIC AVE. IN PARKLAND

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Mr. Christopherso n repo rt B (.luarter East rn I!ehl Ule l ea d 40 to that they were giv e n to c apa ci ty 33. The Sa vages were leading by at l east six pOints u ntil the last two or $3.50 for 2 0 0. Engra v ed cards , crowds. minutes of the contest, wh en Pa, lUll! . 3 for 100 a nd $4 .1;0 [or 200 cifle Lutheran b e gan hitting the Design of the ann()unc ,emen l .b.a8 targe t again_ Wi th les8 than a min· b en I' h lUl g e d. The new folder will ute remaining I n the ga m e, Bob show a shadow etching of the CMl:; A nnounc rnent -

Printed name

o

j

23.

the

Dr. ,\Vl.llt r S 'bruwkenb rg. hill 1)1')'" an I [Jol llk:ll scIence IlI ole!'l!wr, w i l l b� OD e of lile speakers address­

i- I

:

I

leaders

help tlevelop thiB program .

Hnt l'lll, J ohn Os b u r n �LUd i Spollsore\! by the Ta 'om , OrclJe!'!Gf.'l1 P�rn, will travel to Portland with t h e serv i ng o f mea l s, The work lrn As Cleiation the roup 15 com, u('x Tucstlay Ilnll Wedne.day to Is b e i n g d o n e of proCe!ls n 1 mil ILl, ns by t h e regu l ar m ai nt- posed tnke pnrt in several 'Po,," n l ee ll ng 'I'he Ea tcm WEL'<hJng'ton �av' ge naymo n d a u ditio n . lIy enance m e n a n d not by o utsi d e con- 'hOSl'1l lmo Is, tract. V lI g ht CPS music pro fess o r, Is lh e wo n a Ulrlllh g baskell!' 11 �ame T RIDS l'unsiBt of three Sjl£'!II-er ltetl here lust 1- I f ro m he PLC co ul'tor. from dl frer'1\I. I'Iwo] \fl us iL J lad. y mght, 5S to t. n . both Jhri �topherson belonged t I e n tO I'. 'l'lIe gen�('al lople of Iiis clI Lutes outplayed EaBtern 'f'he orchestra nnd b and w hi le' att en dSenior Announcements Pow["ederal of (on Is "l!;xpansioll i ng the Llliversity of Michiga n. Thi s th roughout the first h a l f_ T he fin'c Gr&.dua U n announcements a nd a r ." The d Iscussio n gro ptl go to " r3t professional experi- I qu a rt er showed PLC in the l ea , 16 w as his . rinl1ll rra.term�l, civi.!. and service n am e t;a r ds are now on o r d er i n th e . , �, an d at h alftlme t h e Lut es e nc!e. FrI tt s took his music traini ng t 0 1" dub 'lnd :11'e rated hy th ese oi'gani- col lege bookstore. But th e league at Eastma n School of Music. l eadi ng 24 to z,'lion -ame card orders are to be left Th e prog ram s , i n cl ud in g sym- leading S avages came bae k to lil e, 'l'he delliLLe sqllati Is al� o ma trig with .\"11'. M ykland no later t h an hon ic a nd m o d ' n , e l ec ti on s were taking the leau ear ly i n t h e third p , reparatio l l s fOr t be LInfield TOur- Marcil 1. i p re s t e d in the F'i rs t Bap tis t quar ter, a nd a t the e n d of this Inn

potentlal

The " \\'bat" is the tnsk of the ChI Btlan ln the llnivI'J1!Ity. t he " I'by ' �t;!-

5

[he viollu.

to

..

Professors Play In City Symphony

have to be done slowly, r ports M r, J aco bs, so that I t w i l l not I n te rfere

pu r pose of H ili t

h<l.t," the "why," nn I t he "i1011" Ot h UhrlRtlan wllues" 011 ' Jl. m liS.

prE'selll

"Coke" is

0

registered trode-mork.

UNDER

COCA.co

AU1HORITY

OF

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BOTl'LlNG, lDIC. COCA-COLA

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Lut:es Get: Reg ional NAJA Bert:h Tb e Hoor in . � a8t

Good Luck, Team!

VOL.. 30

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PAciFIC LUTHERAN COLLEO*, FEBRUARY 27, 1m

Choir

Leaves 'Sunda;'

No. 15

Lutes BeHer CWCE 64-59; P.lay -at Cheney in First Round 0.£ NAIA Tuesday'

� � ; �::ii ��f:r::iin�th Ever� �e� �� - ;� co'nfer�n,ce- 59.standings last hesliqg current the!!Central 1ast 'eandvening to athetenrestpoi�t' halfE,lIensburg bulge 35·24 keptthetheLutes leadwerejumped throughout of game. Although the Parklanders, outscored ' by five pointsgap.inCapt. the second half. the "Cats" weresiegenever bridge the was thejump gunforablfore22thetopoints. Lutes asLyall he ofhittheCWCE often Glenn withfivehisHuffman two-handed shot also hitin the for double 22. Donfiguru. Koesslert-' Vern Han­ sen and Bob Washington. Ross also scored Eastern [he conference winner and hostin ofa sec-the coming tournament; College ofPLCPugetare Sound, �urrently ond place tie; Gonzaga and the four teams who find will for the chance to go to Kansas City. The drawings facingG&zaga the tough Eastern Sav�gesgame.Tuesday eveningnightwhilethe and meet in the other Wianesd�y losers meet in the preliminary game with the winners of the Tuesday ionship. night games battling on for tbe District No. I chaJllP­ ..... ._._c::��.I ....... .... � � ..�.... . . . .. Seniors Lead Classes New Dorm Awaits . -="' .:1: d>= ...--�.=�:� �:�:;xr�·_ . . . -"_ .�'���=�==_ ' �::�:; A d Boar val C ll EL. ppro R nor o on H� i th 26 W eleased the,Gff';c. of-I:>ean EIa�ge- 'bi noon. 'brougb !���::� H��.�"��n��.. 122 1f/ ,=======�R of Betty Brown. are the names of those full-time : . . -: aay.7I_ " 'the courtesy \ students.who e3rJl t d a (12 3.3 or better average during hour) the fallWith semesterstudents of 1952.(n'"f indu'ding graduate students) achiev'.u'�I"J L U � : olr L e-onei Ud e' OD Ch e -.;0 r the A-L D us 0' ," 0 ' mne.L ...., -.;s", ���� �r

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lng the honor roll. the seniOrs led The 11'&48 point averages are the fi.ld wtth 26 higb·polnt peopl., based on the rollowlng: A-4, 5-3, the freahmen were second with 23, C-2, �l 'and E-O. and the sophomores, with 18, held Here are the honor roll students . a n&n'OW lead. over the juniors. who by cI& : aa8a grossed 17. 8enlo�Magd&1JU Akre. Luther Asper, MarUyn DJaW. Ronald DougIus, Enp EaatTOld, Lloyd Eutman, Walter G a l U 8 h ., Beverly Green, . Clartce Gunderson, Grace 7t.T Ha.DJ.cb, Eleanor H�sen, Betty , , Hanson, �rald HedlW)d, Glen Huff· man.. Claude HOOlker. n 1' �, 'Arthur KImball, John V.IDlng.r: N � - three-d.a EveOmnlbUi �w1D. Morken, Herbert eTe, the Peterson, WllUIlD RIeke, Naomi to the lTD of the Arts program, She riet Shull, H Dolorea , ar n1t: campna and atudent. are invited. by Jtoe, Alpblld SkOllberg, Gordon �kner. profeuor of Art. ' George .Koskos, Junlo�anet Carson, Joan: Eneto vialt the aecond noor loW1l'e of s om. V&rIlyn French, Co..tan.. ' e nom. !r the CII8 bulldlng to vI.W" th • Hanoon, , Il&vld H..te...... · Jack ru of art crea d by P te LU 'J ::::n:.

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Vernon Hanson, Charles Helmblcdents. FollQl!bl& tlie_ shonng some -nero WllUam Knorr, Richard Knut. l be on aIe o he works sen, Karen KTern, !),farlon Leonard, a, ! wU t t Committees working on the art A '" " oen Patricia Mo l lrtl llen dJv�ston of the "OmnIbus" are: J. N � ' ordman, q rol Paul, Mlna P. Ca1strom, genetal cha1.rman.; Gerald SCh1mke. Su.ia.n.ne Sko.binDarlene De Ja.rdlne, · c� or na, Dorothea Tervo. "Nancy TUI'-' placement and claaa ; Mr. aolkos, m..an. , 1_ , art advlaer. Also work!-Dl' OIL the art Frelhmen _ Jeanu Baker, Myrna dlspla,. were GIDD.T Gr&hn, Vern & Bet-n.1 Berg, Roberta Btrked bl, ce Hanson, Iver .llau&�, Kathy W nB ruhJell. Lawrence Eban. Ka7e walter. and rtcha, J Enaebretaon: Stuart Gllbreatp, 14& � Sclnr� Jerry Sla.�tum.. Grooke. Ruth J;Jelp.o, Adrlan Knut.len, Nortta Miller, 8aUm IIltlt. ' 'Kj.U NI....n ; - Tb.lm& --NypaM;John Reay, Jeanne Plerce Elwood " RI.k., Walter Schwtnd� C\&ra Skjersaa, . Donna Swanson, SIgrid See P.�,e .4 ; Raltlpna Watkin, Joan Top-�.on {• L_-------..J W�rle.:

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has made an appeal to or Educallon or tb. Ev.... Lulli.ran 'Chilrcb','ror PLS's proposed men'a ot tb. Boards' full approval be forthCOming from the Education and the Board of tee8 of the ELC wIthin 30 da18. February "12 the PLc Board Trustees gave their approval Ute bulldJng ot the dorm. It approved, "the construction the men's dOrmitory will bel1n September, 1953. CompleUoll of $460',000 UD.1t should be

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With the performance of the PLC beld 10 the SUB honoring the mem. concert ' band Thursday evening bers of the band, cut of "Job" and the pubUc witnessed the first por- �e chol.r, to which studente , and

UOD of the three-day production of the '�Omn1bU8 of the Arts." TOnight. "Job," the Bibllcal drama la being preaented In the CMS auditorium, wbl� w1ll &lao be the l�Uoll Of . the "Choir · of Ute W.t . coJlCert tomorrow annln&'. Both be"" at

l1ahed. by September 1. _. of Education and the of TI1UI�. of . the ELC.' mnat prove any buJldlng dOne oft �l1ege cam�uaee of all . eolle� owned. or the ELC ch1!f"Cb, bod7. a group

faculty are also invited.. Included. fn the caat of Job are Glen Johdon aa Job, Bob I'lelaID. " ElJphu, Da.Te HeatellN .. Zophar, Bob Bei.ttru Blldad, �m

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the Voice of God. and Ed ltelmed,Judd DoUlhtr, and DIck Brown .. nairator. director of "Job" ch&ln:a&n of the all ...tudent pre>- Beadrlckaon, I&YI. "Thia la a tremendous uperI� du.cUOD. Followtq the Saturday e..-eD.J.q ence to be able to work. On aUcb. � project . . . . that of tak1n&' God'. performance• a , reception wiD ' be work and pultlnc It lIlto actlIlC." (Continued on P"", 2) "-'-'--" -..,. -"-" 'On Saturday .nntnc Prorelooor Il erick Ne the Fred of the'W'tdlam .,n I� cl1rect ChOir Weat In musical 8: 15,

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This student art exhibit features Klippen, Phtl1p Myhre. Mary OISOn, crayon et.ch1nge, paatel drawtngs. Eoc ene Perry. MariaDDe Pfeiffer, l Roe, J.... ROnk.n, Joann. �::. :.::: � : o.::in':':_�

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Q'U1nger re�ds had the advan.t� of be1llg a true speaking sltuatiOIl, ten members of each audience judged and balloted. the panel1sts. Each three:student panel had tour opportunities to speak in the Portland area.. To bls first place award•. Olbum reCeIved. 36 votea in the ' CompeUUve "',J'o,wn Meetlng" tournament_ were : Collece of Puget SoW?d, UnIversity pnlsaU01l8. and claa�s with ' au�- of Wasblqton, UnInnlty of Or. ellQU of 50-80. With Gene Perry aa goll, Oregon State C:ollege, Lewis moderatqr, John Olbw'll, DIck Hor- ,and Clark Col1ece. Pac1flc UnIve"" � 1iDd� .. 1I&1I.n seem-eel .lty. -Portland":UDl..relty�L1Ilf1.ld eDl?ugh ,Tot8e by ballot to place College, WUlamette UnITeralty, th.m ,!lret B8cond and third as flIl· Clark Coll.g." SL (CalHorn· alJs,ta ·, reapecUve17. Perl'J', rated ta) Southern Oregon College of . . _ • -EducaUon, Por,tland State CoUvge. high � m�erator: � Copplng four out of Ove. troPhY oupe and a aweepetak�,- four�PLO oraton deprived. foUrteen other collegn and unlTerslties of top honors In a "Town MeeUDa" tolll'lia-ment at PortlaDd, State College laa . ,t Tuesday and Wed.nelday. With "The Ezpanalon· of Feder,,! Pow:er" a alta topiC: a panel of three students with the�oderator lpoke to HrT1c� clubl; chur,chor-

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PLC choir Is nOW', making ftnaJ pre­ parati01l8 for Ita tom:throup Idaho, Montana and 'Norlh. Dakota. ChaperonIng the choir on ,the trip w1ll be Mrs, E. C. Knorr, ;'ho expert. baa had pra cUcal nUl1Jin« ence. DrfTfq the buaaei through the. snowy stretches ot the North.• w..l W1U1>ellr-:-Ken Jaeo••, PIaD choir member. Accompanytng � fes80r Newnbam and the ChOir ot the West, wtll be Paa.tor Olso:o. PLQ

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Mor.a.rt, and met at are up for b a composof f In Cortee Shop for (belr lowed anthema Noble, and SulUvan. er.-Wtllan re r mHUnl', ,:hlch In�luded a l gu Let's turn off ou faTorlte pro. bu.ln s meeUn , i p ptu TSCbneinOk�fr8 "0 Lord God" and .Defe . .'. "Souls of lithe Rllhteous" a Dl: ro,n �. Bii.i'N�N rraui, "Sam member �n ,world W'Nobl down ·to, the croundl lpeechel Oye" and ...._.BOB . e r. partlcularJl ' well accom� , ofpa mud.. S&7, lpeakiDl' at do,- affairs an40ther toplcl, followe4 b1 Ulh4d. How...r, IJullI.,an'I."IJa;Ylor ' THELHA NYGA.ARD about the ee prepare(l nTe miDute .�ti. Thy ChUdre� Keep'! 'W'u.&lmolt 'too tch ham , . ' .. that made hta OW'll coffee so thr man , nbdued. to be completel,. etrectlve. . . . members of- P.L �holr . ea. � . . , for divorce. ha;e'.!l" ''''&rounds he'd � ?"". ' . _Q:� .:'�'�;':;.. _-::::;::� ��. ",=-;. ::'.:� , l" .bi. �,- " dl!!';'=�Y - :'-' � · ·! I'� Ib... tru.t<>II!. eplBode. 01 master ao dhaodOd out 10m. meaty . 's arr&IlIO m. n t . or naen , opic., . for the ahort ,jm�rom.Ptu .. overheard "Beautiful and Rook'" thll\ on LORETTA GRENTZ. MARIE INDERGAARD, NAD�. ANDE;RSON collep, lIfe were The toastmaster for the Sanor." In th.,latt��.. alUDlna Sb.{rWltey : "Goodn l , thla Isn't our HANSEN, EULA DALLY, DAVE �GLUND, . m!8t1nl'waa the pruld4l!Dt of Tout· leraun SaDd6. I&IlC the alto I0IO baby!" , DUANE DAHL. JOAN CHERNUT m G. I. ..... 4 a beUer utln, GleDn Werner, who JD� beautltunY. Unfortunately, the J6ur l l 8th Pacific Ave. Printed �� La CroNe . duced flTe-mJaute lpeaker&- Te�e le:n&th aDd martial "h)1.h..m carr1ap." Art Wo d n, Lloyd Eutman and of Luther'. "A �t7 t'Ottrwl," ----0> '"When I look Into Paul Steen. IUDI' by the reunion Cb;"" and the your eyes It my brain oil fire." AU sopbomore and Junior men in· aUdience, proved to be eo,mpletet7 , is SiC: ,,'I tbought I smelled wood terested. In an organlai.tJon whIch out of harmony with the mood 'of burnJng." �:ncourages better lpea.kJDI'. are In. the rllt ot �e p�. ,Jd a· ,... by Werner to contact a mem- lult, LU�D'S �1I11 bened..lctJon. E. Re �r: "A man on the phone of Toaatm t re An app l\!&- "The Lord "sl.., You and Keep wanta to know 1t han any Uon be tilled out to meIQ.ber- YOU," with which tile 1851 C�tr' mUit ",pers for 'week back. ' , a'cJ� the proaram" IUtfered I'rom. B v "Newlpa­ FIChttng The followiD.& I 1& i t of the faultT ��DI'. . __ pers ain't no IOOd for a wealt back. members: of the Thil wMend· thfJ Chofr Werner, Bob BlOl', Tell him try inUl� p uter'," Dale Keller, Bob Johnson, Ed' Mor- Welt 1."e.:on ttl Annual- tour. III Seth members uk you to join them In ken, the f.l1"8:t our great n, praytng God's blessing, help, and Utzing r, Art Wo volume of walter A. pro Uon as bring th�lr mesa In Ri Stuhmlllet. Ralph soup. " ED. KENNEDY E eu r, AI nnk, Ted Grotjohn. n.Doug as, Lloyd Eastman, Bob Ite_ Fro.- The U.of W LSA'ers. enough to burn hIm." Paul Rpnnlng, Glenn Jo n. one Ne t D Bon, _ and Lauren Mattson. �, x us amp t l S· I V· C To a u t Desk b ...xc_ge more than a ( �acd from Paa< ODe) all ir, right, t , �' It an ed.uC§t1@.... S.attl e Unlv. SPECTATOR Sb:ty....flve LSA.uf1I.. from t e UoJ. a�!� mein»el'liiiip or9oO;ooo. Dr. East· ., . '7 Theotheratternoon- - group of versity ot WaahiDgtoD will be to "�Ia p" n�ed hIl pp .campus Sunday elderly ladies came roun to guests on alt­ crying In s this cotfee "I ELC. ot Education of basketball tea. They are radio cIa.. : T ey will be etnoon &8 Wait ess "As ' lie before n ur t e JO u b we, ,�� eo ucted on a tour of th . Move onward, onward . .e r lon . Th e do you prior to o Ume progr m at or a "Glmme meet btnkT W ll, air, t 6 p.m., to b presented by ELC of had sEten aU the games 1 recite! local LS4. tru tees. some baskets bad arr�ged Special music, a d vo on i pro­ Whitey Yunnan : "Wblle 1 was ' . -o Educ tlon. Board ELC h oUiclals. been who of l" see ya all on refreshments n blolo«y whIch Aleutians I saw up hi u trying Ume ot it. An tag such fIeld trip at H rbert P. be on n lays It bIrd. lest grant, has was really sweet. They had cap- Later Memorial Garbage Dump which s In the sprdng the U. of W. I i Its pp r bu 1953 ted o In et p th ir 11tOe caper tured not oruy on the wrong side of the um of $90000 for PJIC In combe os to Lutes on the Se tle What Lou: In this poem : �� ::� end Campus. of them. y " Dr. � h parl�on them Now we doo't say that Whitey ; O h ! " EhC ti fal Pat. T. mo nt PLC In 1943 to snch Boys . INTRAMURALS to $15,000, ' the 1952 A . . . REVISED _ _ broughLP ... hleh '28.000. ... C � � := � � L �=� i �-:: Un ot Sanka, A THOSE FAMOUS ' Chur Lu up In the book of rules of Becau e the 'HAMBURGERS IN THE RUFF" Church n curing time for the games Fried C hleken &. Sea Food annllal subsidize PLC. week, there wen be a revi WSC EVERGREEN RICHA RD'S SNACK BAR three .e th from toweek at 82nd On Pacific WSC campus has W men' D y ' schedule st on : n a In Open Till, 2:oo Fri. &. Sat. It, as the league play leaturlng a variety of c ns, tapTake-Out O�e ... , endo,,(ment of $5,000,00'0, President be ended this next week, pIngs, awarding of sc1!Q!a.rshlps; InE s v o . ! troduction and Installation ot new possible. Games w1ll be Played I In NEAt E . THORSEN officers of various women's o ga . th� g n ni ev hours. show. coffee zatlons. a style TRICKS JOKES . MAGIC a special edition of their paper WAITES ' � Costumes - Tuxedoes - SerpemiDe. !!! = ' '''' ' !!!! ' '''' ' '''' ' '''' ' '''''''' to 1 i'!'''''.... wIth' fille women. I Order Penc:maI.i:r.cd am.m.. MA. 4861 926%

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Friday night, belnS' brought forth by the coach's guiding genius and· JUBt enough of the It was l'8.8t season w1th Gerry H.etty, Keith Predmore, and Wally i'-eax, Don Koessler drov� through a sage experience of the "agect" lett to bind the whole together tnto a out of· school this semester. That leaves Vern Hansen and Bud Lester.... porous British Columbia defense team, the Lutes llave now gatned a berth in the Regional NAJA tournaa. couple ot .sophQmore chuckers who saw only �Imited mound duty last for several lay-in shots to sQ&rk ment to lie helci"at Cheney. Although some unexpected developments ocyear. the Lutes to a 62-51 victory over cured to pave the J?ath, nevertheless'much credIt Is deserv1ng-let's Bee' Jack Jobnson Is now In spring training wJth the Seattle RaIn1ert- UBC. The hustling junior guard where we can go from here! so that catchI ng dUties will probably be turned over to ReUable" hit 9 tleld goals and converted six INTRAMURALS G!e�. Huffman. '". free throw attempts . to .lead ail O. P. ...I..ntramural at'"-Ja"s alHeague awf. t Is the eagerly ''' -!- ....� -: --.\-..-ted-.-;�.-. - .. � '.'� ; '!�lecHere (}et,.rg�· °N'u,vaullfck; third' tiuetIWl, :li-iduatfd- Taar- 'ye;u._·'and....1t·s scor9rs··"WU.b-·Z.. pJI"IiOC"-." Uon8 : no small job to find a dependable ballplayer. to handle the hot box. PLC Jumped to an early lead . L gue ' Billings will be hitting the books this spring so Harsh Is lookJng for and successfully-defended"that lead e.aue unlve� another centerllelder. throughout the at·tlmes ragged con· y 1st 1st Helling. Karwoski, Larson. Ross. and Jim S....anson. . lll test. · R,pss and Huftman tollowed Ted Kolbaba w Leroy Johnson probably be seek1ng their uniforms agaIn. They are all baaeball letter. Koessler In the scoling with, 13 Wally Roglestad Jvar Eliason men and ha.ve a lot of baseball expelience. But the pitching stat[ fs polnta each. .' Len Nelaoo going to need a Jot ot bolstering before that tint game roUs around. It waan't Quite the same story Ron Johnson Art Swanson the following night in Bellingham Frank Sweeny Whlty Yunnan Ralatakka Don the led. aa Western� Waahlngton vl.IUog Lut•• for nearl, three QU&r2nd 2nd tera but were. on the ahort end of Ed Morken . Bud Lester a1iiiWI . . the 56-52 nnal 8core. Don Chesterfield Bm Bor�en d a C :rbOlder n 31�� bU��O.�bJ�.t �apba:���; r : a T GLENN HUFfMAN . . . is the only Senior on the Lute Pacific Lutheran was without G1en�:::;:: I mentioned the fact ::: :�c ::��� wou)d be plaYing basketball squad. Standing services of Don Koeuler wbo an Intramural all-star 6 feet even, ·Glenn is not big as basketganie, well this week we bave the names of the sldelfned because ot &n ankle PLC TOater for highlight of the intramural ball goyears but theof Lutes of this yearhereare'atnotPLCa "big" squad. season: u;o. NelllOD.., Injury In the o.pening mlnutea of Ted Kolbaba, BudtheLester, * other Indefensive basketball his (heplayers the as he Don RaJstakka, Art Swanson. LeRoy JehDaon. man. usually getting the �positions theBobgame. Don Gray. Inr Eliason, Norm S hniable, Whlty YUnDf' . Bordon. assign c Ross took scoring honor. Iher Magnuson, DIck Larson, Stan Kvern, Roland .nTob "big>' man This year Glenn bas O RO luon. Von d 190 f r the evening with a 23-polnt OChesterll�ld, and Glenn Werner. Turnouts tor this group been taken ove; the role' of orfen.tve s.B AsB youSScan- see6 catoothn es quite outburst For the VikIngs, Ander· aeheduled tor Monday afternoon' at 3, or as s.99n.t...&! er�llts po�have albl�. &n� leader as well as defensive special- \bbit ot weight out on rn that lIOn was high with 16. O n Thursday. evening for those who can rpa�It--II at &Ii. �b e � 1st. Although he doesn't break. any A junior. Bob Is one there. From th�ee who do turn out a te." will b� plckbd to travel .� scoling recorda "Old Harr' (as the ball noor.Lutes that have had prevthe games. rest ot the team atrectionately calls the tew , . �1J!Ie-tNill experience. He c¥ him) 19 'Probably the moat n.luable -----;f ;f'------�;-". er hJm e e I bo on the With I�:; ' I t n h. ; . . ." . :n�:: b� a ::�� close because of his ability to �:noo:e;egu S �:�:� � �� a young team, his experiez;ace and blast fromS ��� �� Y I : : � �: !b r 6�i! a � �ho : �in I J!: . he referees' whlstie. "h00k". overall knowledge makes him the but U'S the t"hit bls best game was agajnst Whit· both the ortensive and defensive R E h from the worth here. He can hit well trom backboards. As well bitUng tro� Do�'� �ec=�d �� ot �k�:b�� the COUtrthgoeldn.erathl.atneda",tbetobg,.ntdb'enrg. foHUrcff� Ross' that Is In his glory. "Make here tba outside which causes the de- the outside, Ph11 Is especiallY although he dfdn't turn man has played a .ot ot ball for tenn to open. Vern has an excellent dangerous close In to the baskeC last year. PLC . t ans have PLC both on the court!! and on the scorers table when Bob Is having a been glad that he came back free throw record though he norm· because of hls ablUty to hook wit� fields and we wl11 certainly miss doesn't get many gUt tosses. either hand. Tbe thing for him. now night. and when be does this year. After a slow start this ally tbe "Old Huff." can be depended upon for Is experience. season Don has taken over the Hansen ,------. 1 "Henry, get out the new net!" some great ballplayfng In the years P A U L FORSETH Another GARNET � U N O Towering �� :.t :��a to come. 6' -I" trosh, Paul comes from Ball. �::l�:::::: �! e t bI t n ad l ;.:� :�. : �';:. �.,�;:'�e�::; :��b��;�:�' ��.::"��n;fa ��:�� ca��-t:�����';' 'E�::�e,'o::::: :'!I �!g�a�:It�e��'::�e:��n .:;w! ' e o o th L :=�d: :,: .�:: :n:'�b:�·l�,�:'" .: ���hp�a;.o�u.'';,�:nec:�;na::�;��:�:�� I n Old Tacoma .�'���tb=A:��� . . . Vern � e; f h a ed h1s h1gh school ball at I won't try to !':a�d��: l�:: ��:�sOse:: l� ���:� :�� f:a�e�:i::!:';�;:ro�s.U:: for some time, he also handles the latter part of the season his ::stS;=:'::r� �:�;a::d ��!���: land ball well and works ror those old nemesis, weak ankles, caught Colle«Je Cleaners JV's. He started this season with the Stop In at Illy·ins. With more experience, Al up with Wm and he had to ait out the same group but got h1s cbance to show the Northwest some of the games bec.e.use ot Free Pick Up & Delivery in the latter part of the campaign. promises some basketball But with some seasonins for a Tacoma This was all he needed tor he ates fTOm PLC. before be gradu· them. 11416 So, Park Paul will tit In nicely In the Lute · showed be could do the Job trom PHIL NORDQUIST � . Another teams DELUXE HAMBURGER· In the'next three years. . 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T. the ••• r••• p....n· art 01. . molt . •Iw.y. meon. polntln •• (Continued from Page 1) Thla I, mainly due to the faet Five neW' members were accepted e e th next two performance. In addition to the that painting, ' n one oranother ID� the Iota Beta chapter or Alpha ·l th. Ma. tW7, � ' lfur\ng .. IO:��g ot the choir, H•erb th. .dltor o of lu varlou. form., I, an every Phi Omega. naUonsl Boy Scout With a minstrel 8bow by the sacred songs th!"Ougb the snows or North Dakota day exper-Ione,o, In advertlae- honorary. Th�y are liJlke O'Brien, to Neve, CODrue Hansen and the Jo est· "; arranged booths lettermen, d Montana with the choir, the per orm. ments, rpagazlne IIIUltraUon., Clare'nce Protrala. , David Sch�rer, -t the most reticent observer, Ivai Chorus , temr wtll f , 19ns of the Mooring Mast will be re ' d a. wa "I ' ec:, oratlonl to men. Committee heads workJng under an a senior eplash, and visiting dlgnjDean Hurat, and Bob Beatt7. All D�'y O-sah l and Elwood taken by � r are ' u ghty on u Do 0 dd J dlrec f ff the tlon, only few. " of these new members are from , tanea present to crowu the Saga ate assoc itor the RollY, . i ed .. I n oblervlng the atudent art el Rieke. Band, EdIth CaUfOrnJL .. Queen and king, the 1953 Saga Pricma Asper, wtll be in acharge of the March ti ev a; exhibit, we atiould not c:onllder Carn!'...1 Is planned for Marct!. 20 OfflcJal pledge week. waa com­ :�:' : �d their issue . and Elwood,� tJ:1e issue o f o l S e tt c dllllkee IIku our or own a a and Zl. ' pleted Jast Friday and the project b- Mitr'ch 13. 'meana of Judging drawlnge and for the pledgee was to let up tbe( Ron Douglass, Saga business heads include. Jofte Genz, pU These fellows have neyer bad painting, aa though It were a new student dIrectory for the aemanager. has announced that pe- llclty� J. P. Carlstrom. postea ; Nesvlg, community news- the bpportunity of handltng comtype of a!"uaement Q r entertaln- mester. Formal Initiation II to be Utlons for Saga Queen and kJng Dave Judd Doughty, a ers , radio , pletely the news gathering, organment but Inatead we Ihould con· held ' Thursday, February 26, and ·AF-will be accepted at the beginning �: ting and John Rydgren, lzatlon, make-up and head wrI alder''them ... repreaenlJltlvee 'of � to be tonowed by a b&nq'Q,et In -wJ ,campaign- at omlu Roe next week. March 2. of InI'-,-u�e�'T. Sv erA.9t.an l general headaches which ac· lckets,; if...w' ire;a to beauty .whlc: hare capable of b•. " e , bo&rd1ng ClUb. _' ' .; " ' . . , ,. ' �!�n=-' ;eception'; 1lUY �� -- other ''' edlionat ; Kat.b.y- com iL�{i perC:l��d:t';�u'�"" �"'ii'e- ienie" v one week, beginning March �nd E . . . Hin Icha program Marclel Fink duties. TbJs work, agr�es tr N. and �elay a .Umulatlng enio-.. ending March 18, when �lecuon � , hou:e ; �Ipha Phi Omega, . BIU� " Hoffman, Mf!.st adviser, �111 gear tlonal re.pon.e. will be held to select the royalty · these , fellows for future editorial Individual dlfferenc:e., of J . for the carnival week-end of March Key and Spurs. Ushers. Those working back stage on the positlone on the MaaL cour.e, are evfdent when one ob20 and Z1 a aervea the vadou. work. of the �dlth "Job," re: of production CandId�tes for Queen will � ' � .tudent•• Differencea in tech. lelected from the freshmen girls. Engel, assistant director, Dr. J P Presentation of the fUm "In the nlquu, In �color choice., In Foot S"teps ot the Witch Doctor" ad"!;:'r. � : FrenchrGerman Clubs Interpretive while senior men w111 vie tor the Pflueger, . M pec: lly , linea, etc: m fo are ancy Turman, costume OI r.. . ro Host Sita Guide r e title of king. To be placed on the N w1l1 h1ghUght the Minion Cruaad evident I n the "free dOllgn" en' meeting Tuelday; Marc� 3; atballot candidates must submit a Christiansen, make-up ; en • Le Cercle Io"rancals and Der whlc:hwere done In the Fund. 12 : 30 p. m.. lD the eMS ' Tower tlti�n signed by 50 members of erson, lighting ; Dale Keller, stag- Deutsche Verein wlll be co hosta mental and Public School Art Chapel. :':. stud.nt body or laculty. P.tl, lng , and Bob Wheatley. englne.r, at an open in.ethlg next W.dnes· ) � cl •••••. By "dlffer.nt" It .hould 'tiona are to be turned. In to Joyce Ing. H.rb IN•••• pr••ld.nt 01 the 0.... day, Marcb 4, in L-104 a.t 7 :30 p.m. ' be underetood not ... in ability ganJsation. J:i1ghly reco�ends ,th11 Geuz or Ron Douglass . prior to varl Colored slides and movi@9 of but rather In the freedom 'of mm as "one of the Uneet �H19Jl4. 00 March 10 European countries wlll be choice according to the artlllt'e ary films I have ever aeen." It Ie lor the c�rnlval will b. Ping Pong on Strong ous sbown by Prol. Richard Wllkl. ..oth.tle Id•• I. ..t by emotion. the .tory 01 an African Christl... assigned to the variQus clubs at ICC The results of ' the second round of the UniversIty of Washington and \xperlence.. Monday. March 9. Clubs desiring. who becomes a medical doctor and of the singles tournament were German department. The exhibIt aleo featu ree IOV- spends his Ute ministering to h18 booths must submit at least 2 posted last night, and the third Pictures wtll be thiough the eral QJI 'palntlnge 'which have people In the Belgian ��. choices with a Ust of the members foun", I s scheduled to end next courtesy of "Slta"-Student Interbeen p'a lnted during the laet two Bud Leater, nee president, wm on thelr conatructlon commJtteea, Tuesday, March 3. Those players national Travel Association. Prof. lemeeter" 011. are the mollt dlf· conduct the meeUD.I In 'the ab­ to the Sagabox at the switchboard. that win must post the results of OtUli both Little, adviser , of flcult of all medium. ueed alnce sence of �ho wm be t.cnartnc before Frida.y, March 6. the match In Mr. S�zma:n's box at language clubs, said that Wllkte they are, thlc:k and require sev- With the ChoIr. the swUch board before the ra- wtll Dot btl ht're to selI' tlcKet", bm eral daye to dry (and don't eom. �=>__ Quired time or It will be consIdered onl1 to give the students, facUlty pletely dry for IIOveral ye�,..). /' � V· _ DILL HOWELL "no match," maklng · U necelsary and frlendl an evening of good en0 1 1 painting, ae In other medl. ( Mast � laws Team - , to pick a winner arbitrarily. The tertaJomenL . Sporting Goodl uma. requlree the organization followIng eithel' won their ifir.t !-:r �)�etJAJ7 of ".ltepne of forme""whldt a,., an WUkle Is - a Sfta t..r&1ned guJde iDiiii-lifiil a .-Taltiatila' p shot round play or were chosen to go in and has accompanIed groups on ,defined by colora, linn. Of by a/ man he court. W. best pme on t the tournament: 'J\.,rt Klmbal, Hob several different tours � eomblnatlon of the two. T�, In former tl a & t Pete Romuea, LUT&a8. A.4r1aD. years. Student tourists travel by painter mullt al80 expre&l hie wa galnlt Seat le U In Seat e Knutsen, Bob Fleming, B,lll Han- boat, where ,he had � job of checking , "nd even bue bicycle. train, dimentional three on experience , "0" alter � had LAURINATS Johnny to H sen, Bob Ntelsen, Dave Roe, Don Travel expenses are kept at a m1n1. � a two dimentional plane of oanAPPAREL lea.,.. the g&me. Johnny wu held Koessler, Ray BlomquiSt, Paul mum. 'Y" or paper. 8tudenta who' have 81ta Is· sponsored by local travel Larry , Anderson, Marty atudled the great mutere real· to 18 polnta that night . . . Give Apparel of Distinction Wangsmo, Hellberg, Ron B1111ns, Jack Hoover bureaue and Ize the work and etenelve knowl· him experience, teach h1m to relu, haa been. acknowled.g· an a h blm ' Parkland' Centre� Bldg. and Larry Peterson. edge Involved In thla field of art: ed one of the most successful of all • • • A. grad_ '

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" P � itie Paradise " To� igh t Saga _ t:arniva l Pl ans Nearl y i Lester Leads MC; s R$- ele ct I ClruTB , T o C hoose "KI ng " ' mp · . CIreu O Co I a te C"Crusader I e te., Pe tOtO I Ions brlstian Mollves" ls the sUbl�et n ;:, . . .. . . Pa�� a.k 8pe will Perry Gene which on Pactflc (0 � " on under ight fl:>r the 'all·school mixer" ing well � way, , . are ! acco Tonight plans Carnival "Saga R meet Crusaders illtrue-Mawaitan style by the freshman ,.lass. AChV­ · ' " , .se: is scheduled for at. the Mission . given which di event tpe for chairman gen�ral Douglass . - " l Ing Tuesday. March 10, at 12:�O ities beginning at 8. p. rn .. lViIl include games, entertainment and March 20 andare21.now circulating' for. king and queen candidates. p.m. In the tower- chapel. refr�shrrients. "" ThePetitions C��ol is March 10 at" 4 p.m. They A piano solo will be ottered by Spider ' Keller and Glen Werner will compe:.te with petitions these for deadfine pr wUl Lester &-- Brace'a' . uglass. Onella Lee. Bud with their version of two Hawauan . Shinkoethe Nancy d n . should be turned' in ..to either Joyce Genz or Ron, Do . Feathers Red W.ore i/)e the meeting In the abs over numb6rs-"She Is bo"y , senior �r An>: [reshman flrl t': an4. the Hula. Sldr a Hula !-I., .' �:. ·"'.�s\blo" "'''''!'-' '''' ''" ;'; . ,. . ·Slci�CI.. -t '1'·ake.,,·O#· , .,. ..,���!>..�! ,t!!�. p<'�a!�".Ilt..� , . , , , . T.ri �iniuOlil :""' ' ''' · · .and "R·a�..l!,;;''l'i , !iNlhaDt.''�.;tii'''' . , ..:;-. 11 . . The, group recently chose. new . . ... will begin on March Cam-ftl ........... �ng Carlstrom P. .. J and Beatty Bob art, e o leaders for Ule' rem41nd�r f'� th L-I nri. 10 at • p.m. aod will run . uiltll For e 8SC8 d es A ·981n • 6,- Id .Tourn, wUl play sevet:al oumbers 00 their. school year. T bey are as !0llows: March 17 when " the first election III With ChiIta set destination as be pro-will o�ne t p&ll. j b Neve, re--elected president; T h ukeleles. A '8 e ni e I oo)t �ass, the , Sld qub ':ll ' Her e OU IY 1ft, I I Carol ; t vlce-preslden. Lester, Bud ;: in:'!:�:d ;: ChC:p�e �� �;Ch �eave omorrow marnJng on e , Brace, secretary -treasurer; , and 16. Accompanled by' P r o f e s s a r s =:;:a :�rg.s:� �OC::�!:�IC :� 'Two evening programl will be :.����C:���Il�tle�!:�r:m�: f��� ::�:���lni:�� PC::�en�e8t;;::�: Verijon Utzinger and Theodore ���e;;:::n b�n: .�:� �:�: ltaged In the-- Cha;pel-Mullc.speech ot Old Main at 8 a.m., and the price II continuing to serve as ICC repre- Karl, ten PLC debaters are par- " Klng of the Islands" wlll also building beginning at 8 o'clock per person round trip. At pre- : sentaUve. ;Herb' Neve has appoInt- ticlpating In the Invitatio�al For- be chosen. each evening. Friday nlght'l cor- issent$1 between students are , ed Ernie Johnson as head of depu- ensic Tournament at Linfield col- Chilled HawaIIan punch will be n on �ro��:� :l � :�����e �e planning to attendandthe30ouUng. I tations. lerved wlttt.)frelh coconut cookies �o��ann ee . lege at McM.innville, Oregon, this for u a r�frelhments. -' ning the Lettermen's Club will pre week-end. The students will take The . SUB wi" be gayly decorated sent a minstrel show which will In part in eleven types of .speech confor this event a gra,, hut, drift e tr n -, Con n c I°1 .Re Ieases P 0 II. Ta II..v, '· tests and wlll· be . competing wood, and all the effecta.' Student. I ;: ���: j�n�orW��:� ' �;,�: m:t::�; O Ot " appropriately In color�st approximately fifty schools are to dress man for these a e L CIO tes aga " M ore S OCla l LI e -- P shirts anti 'Jeans or cottonl, and of t�e Pacific Northwest and <?ali- ful :::��!. i� ;:;:! �e�� to be ready for plenty of action. I Clubs wanting ' booths should , Results of the student council questionnaire on social activ.� fornJa. No admission wlllibe charge ac'" contact Dick Nodtvedt or Al·1''!nk. ities distributed among students in chapel Wednesday, February -<leballng througb cording lJ this Tburoday and Notes may" be left in the Saga box 25, have no\t been compiled by the members of ,the student coun� Saturday are Edith Engle, Janet di to dGerryn Thompson at the switchboard. Saga repre- cil. and the rEsults are as follows: ll"Peoj' JObn RYdgren' Alan Hat. �: :lx:r� ��: 'ot�:h��::tt:! K t b b sentatives will meet with ICC on In answer o question number one which read, "Are you len, Sb rl ye Busc lng, RUt Helno, chalrm� �tty Perkins and Monday afternoon to discuss amd satisfied with the social activity program on the campus?" 1 L8 John Osburn, Dave Hestenes, Gene A.n.nj wa r , -�ntertalnment, assign booths. It is very important student5- voted yes as compared to 542 who said no. Breaking it Perry, and Tom Swindland G1ilnY� Grahn and Bill KeteHe, decthat each club have a representative down according to classes, the freshmen voted 45 yes, 1 8 9 no; or tions, 'Anne Bruen and Betty present. sophomores---30 yes� 1 1 9 no: juniors-25 ¥es, 78 no:�seniors, I J an Condrey, refreshments: Don - 13U1-KUUb'etg- ts C'CFOrdtnator- or 16 ye8, -60�noi ..and unOIQ8Iifl8d""""and Grover XKTe-;- crean� / "S e E ostvo . Id- Movr Up;anielson prize soliciting. Working in groups three ye�, six. no. Margaret Stum.1ller and Ron with him are Gloria �vinge, De- Question number two r%d, "Do "l et 0u r l'19 ht Johnson, publicity. n l r Now With S o u nd II ::s O�:::,V ��ul J�:�g:!�d :��:::::�at:��IV�; :n�a�:ek� So S hi n e ' Roger :Madsen which make up the imd night," and was answered A letter announcing three sound first group. In th'e' second group are yes, 229 no, was sent to Lutheran pastors you're driving too fast!" infilws If S Marlys Salterbeck, Delores Beck 'Question number three, "Are ""JYohn, the PLC a'rea the first part or es, �ar.'" Claude Hunsakor and Harold there enough planned social events "John, this week by Dr, S. C. EastvoltL here comes a car!" Hendrickson. The films are those taken by Dr. to meet your needs," had ISS yes "Yes, dear. Janet Olsen, Joyce Rasmussen votes compared to 362 no's. Eastvold all his travels uring Ted Carlstrom and Ed Buetler make Of the \pi-o po�ed social Improve- "John?" " the past several years. They? are Discussing problems confronting Rosemary up the third group a.nd now available for rental to aU menta lilted In qUeltlon four, the "Umm?" freshmen classes was the main o� Roth, Kathy Schwerin, Bm Ut- swimming pool was most popular "what was that sign we just interested groups. .zinger and Dave Roe are �e fourth with 456 vq.te. followed by bowling passed?" Sound tracks have' !Seen added jecttve of the tlr:t Q.l-Dual FreBh� . group. Bill Kullberg, Clayton Old with 381. elole behind In third "Yes, dea-what sign?" to the films with Dr. Eastvold man Leaders' Conference held last aker and Ron. Douglass make up place with 374 waa the ItuCfiiit' and Byard .1o'ritta playing Saturday afternoon, 28. s � � ���: speaking the fifth group. a music background on the Casa- on the UQ.1veratty ofFebruary lounge Old Main with . la;r,:,!,:!�- �:: _ _�� l Wash1.n&tOn DaTe Nesvig Is working with vant organ. The school bas purchetc. the Saga staft in publlc1s1ng the "00 you feel tbat there are What did It mean?" equipment Wtth which campus. ot all the col.. Carnival 'in TaComa and vtc1Il1t7 enough acUvities to which one may "I don't know. dear; it sounds ased,apecial to show the movies and which Is in- FreshmaIie leaders s e newspaper'S. � : ����:�' eluded in the rental cost. ��: a date" as read question fin, ��';e�tm : : � =cl � at? �S ::�l :�:tt!: in Phyllis Grahn and En' Severt ta.ke , , 144 Bald yes and 383 no. Also in Eastvold 18 p�g to show coDterence. Nadine Andrese n and son have cliai-ge of the ads,tor the question' · they should l1.J: it. It certalnly Isn't theDr.f1lm, "Southe six, "Do ·you .. feel ihat and rn Perklns Patty 'represe nted Pt.c. Saga in the local' vtcln1ty. � are SUfficient opportunlUes very good pUbllc1t7.:' East Near e in 1952" in chapel The purpose meeUng of the are was ,Ron Douglass reports that these there ' m�t1ng and makt.ng' date�," '-'Say, dear, trn't there a college some Ume soon. O,ther films to prpvide a freshman workshop two 'have worked hard in securing for tren�was to the no column here somewhere?" the "A Trip to Euro� in 1948" and for dJacussing problems ,that many ads for the '63 an.D.�. wft.h 373 against 156 yea's. The End "The Bawaltan Islands In 196L" the ' progress ' ot the-- classhinder and. the two qUQtion.. S�OOI. The topics' on review were: ..king for \ ! achool spirit, claaa spirit, dorm1. any Ta••�I. 'To Bring the tory CDStoina, flDance, campa. polexlatlng late leay.. . C an 't TeII Ya ' W h ()?, W h at?. 0t Illes, fraternlty .and sorority que.. . Ji... �y. 'Stewart'. for tho .....nd IOmethlng 'to do tlon, how to Improve the freshman gam•• ot : : � a whole, Ik>Clal'acll'vlUea, as class h y?, B.ut It'll Be. 'mendous ...... • Hit, ·Ha".�· \ W and how to make the class of, '57 A Complete table ot all the etaTwo years ago� even the most cruel cJUcs call e d It a smash, long-run benefit by our mJstakea. TomottO"!' night, March 7th..at tlstlea will be posted on the bulle- hit. Spectators' tell tro-:n the rafters of the SUB In fits of laughter. The It was decided at the conference .. 7:30 in the CMS, .-rassels, eenJor tin bo&rd. ' campus buzzed. for weeks over.lhe anpcs of ita normally (but normal?} to hold· the event OD an &DIlual ., women's sorority, will spOnsor the sedate faculty., basis, both for so-phom,or8l, and ' Choir On Tour movie ' "Harvey" starring Jimmy ' Last year nothIng happened.. freshman classes. An' .execuUve Choir ot the W�t.. 1a ,pre- This year,they're at it again. Yes, the p�fessors at PLC are work- board will be set up with representStewJU't· . ·and . Josephlrie HulL "The "Harvey" 1s a . well knoWn stage ::�y �:� qt:l=�.�':!o:� lng ���::e�:����:a��! tt:e:� on the steering :�:e�ZOc:a��e thC:�:;�re: play and ran on Broadway for many Mont. this evening and Plent7- commlttee and. in charge of the "Faculty �e." ces. . ' years. ... wood, Mont. tomom;tw even.lng. · Det4lla are sUll top drawer seqrets, but this much can be told -. The plannJni' board tor t.Iita Fudge will be sold before and Anyone not havtrig the addresses , TIME:' March 14, 8:00 p.m. year's conference . included ).the after the movie and free punch for the choir Is urged. to come Into : PLA€E: TentaUvely the ! freshman class o�ftlceta from CPS wilL alsO be s..e"�_ I the�..-M,.J: 9ff1c.e-::,tol?--thla, .. .INSmUCTIONS: Be-there;-go-S68 the tacultY-in a daz".- l' ,- _�- and the-Univeralty-ot-Waah --A small admission of 36c per lnformaUon. The "Mast" would aI The only 1nformaUon released so tar Is that the show wUl follow and· Nadine Andresen fromtDltOn;--;PLC. single �d 60c a ' couple wtll be 80 appreciate it it·anyone who b.a8 the general pattern of the previ6us' one, but only very ge,nerally. The Originator ot th-8� idea for hOld1.nC charged. 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Publlshed every Friday during the Bebool year by students of Pac1t1c Lutheran College Entered as second class matter, October 2. 1952, at the Posl Office at The Rhythmettes, Diane Basaat, " Parkland, Washington La Vanne Dahl, and Lucile Lentz, O[fice: Student Union Telephone GRanite 8611 will be the first PLC tldent to ap.� Subscription prlce-$1.50 per year pear on KING-TV Tryouts. The girls' will Sing- on, the March 19 ���1����e����OR=-:::::�:=::=::::::=::�---" " -'-'--'-'····:::::::=:::Roi.��O a Ch · Sh .. ._ .... 1 0 �esse8. id a AD MAN'AGER.. ...._ _....... _. ...._...._.. .. ._ ... ... . _.._. ......JERRY SLATTUM the trio w1l1 present a medley oC AD SOLICITORS. ._ NAOM SO J N. I popular tunes. They haven't been iiARBARA mCHANGE STAFF ..... _.. . . .. .... . . . . . .... . .. _._ ..DONNA SWANSON tlJld which spot in the ' program Is HENRY, PHYLLIS BRANDT theirs. . SPORTS EDITORS. ............._. .... _ .. .....:._._.BOB NIELSON. La Vonne stated' that they were STAN �RN, CHUCK P'ORS� - appear next Thursday. asked to NYG� but theY were ""nable 10 because or CmCULATION·····_-··-··MAiiL is··�iALTERB·ECK···THELMA SPECfAL ASSIGNMENT' REPeRTERS._ .. �._. _.._.._._.ED KENNEDY, the choir trip. The three auditioned

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$50 . Voting is by Ule listenIng aud!- divided Into fo�r secUons, the first dent parU C?lps:Uon In the flne arts ence, with phone calls and letters of whfch is called The ' Catholic school should deftnately be made a to KING, Seattle. Church ana Its Leaders. Several tradlUon and I am sure It ,shall panels are devoted to tHe compU. become Just that. [t was a success cated structure of the Holy Rom- both financially and educaUonaI· an Empire and the reason. lor the Iy an<! 'anyone who took part I. cerToastmasters · E lect Protestant Revolt against the talDly proud. Paul Wan..mo--Very good, and I <i,hurch. Sprin g Officers; . The second division deals wIth would lJke to see lJ. conUnued. ' I'fluelief'-A gr.at aucand Dr. J. Ita Revolt Protestant The Still Greet 01' Sol ' . � on Page 4) (Conunued Toastmasters did It again. es, .- ders. It I�cludes Mart1n LutheI:, they were up with the birds tor John Frederick the �, and Calvin. descrtbes text John The their regular Wednesday mor'n1ng l the Revolt after Luther had na1�ed DOI"m PI , ans e,ng breakfast meeUng at 6 o'clock. . , ' . .. The business meeUng was taken his �6 th ses to the Wittenberg ' . . church door. up with the election 01 the new Drawn ·ELC Approves ' oftleers. Elected were: David ltoe, "Vje division baa The third describes the been recel d this Word president ; Paul Steen, vice prest· weapons of propaganda and per- week that construcUon on the new dent; Bill UtzJnger. seeretary.treas. secution as they were u'sed by both mens' dormitory has been approved urer; Art Wolden, deputy gover. the Catholics and tile Protestants. by the Board of Educators of the nor; and Glenn Johnson, sergeant The fourth and last division con· Evangelical Lutheran C h u r c h, .eeDl'S the growth of naUonaIlsm as which 18 th9--Bovernt� of th� at arms. One Important feature of the it rose In Germany, France, The IDsUtuU9 1:1ona-naUon wide ' basis. morning's program was the discus- Netherlands, and in England. Plans I 6'e no\y being drawn- fO; slon concernIng Saturday nIJht's Included in The . Protestant Revo· the U5 000 structure, and barring a r 8 & p.8 _c h c o n t e s t, to. . lution · ptQ:[I§.Q1l lD1Q.mu emerl� are reproductions 'of the .&l1Y ;-u held at Trinity Lutheran first tllustrated edition or Mlltob.'s c;es. �nstrucUon will begin before A banquet dJnner win be Paradise Losl .;Bunyan's PlIgrjm's ,$ePte�ber 10, 1�53. Progress, the f1I"St complete Bible ,-----..., EnglJsh, MartIn Luther's Ger-. man translation of the Old TestaToastmasters' Clubs In the area. ment, as well _s work , by ReinDave Roe has been selected to brandt, Rubens, Vermeer, De represent Toastmaster, of PLC. Hooch, and other 17th Century In Old Tacoma His topIc wtll be "The Passing or painters. the White Race!' He presented hIs d e e s � T HOS E el d a IN THE RUFF" strucUve criticisms and an overall C;:hlcken .. Sea' Food approval of his performance. RICHARD'S SNACK BAR . at 82nd On 'Pacific Mrs. Richard Fiske and Mrs. Earl Open Till 2:00 Fri. 4. �at. Take-Out Order. Marion atter the program.

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As last w�ek end came to a close, and the. Choir of the West gave an excellent, cUmax to ao· o o I� · d S C I could be heard in the discussions ' gathertnga. almost all ot Bill Rleke-I thlnlf, all the per· formances were very good and parts of each, bordered on superior. I enjoyed each performance and would be more than an.x.1oulJ to at· ten such 'a fesUval again.

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Leag e PLC played-- a great ballgame with "01' Huff" leading [he .26.11 Twogames. ot tbose'losses were to the o u e er a in ts Phil N rd a y it h s ng Seattle U Papooses ..w ho Blbs O qU���lli::�.�� �[.t th,: �:;� n� e. wi th· ll . � 1l? W ,g ... 1v:. . . _ h h rw o th.IL9utpo ra have been only beaten he by U. r t u u s t · · l ma a e ······· first � c� ······ ··_······.····.......-....,4,6.67 of Was�ngton Frosh this season. ��u:�o:s · ·:�:===:=::=:===�:�:=l� 7 Ea&tern ied briefly in . � . �::: ���:� �: :c:r: ;.!� :�: vy ············_·····_··...···· ··· ··_-_ ·:i7 . ... ' bait but coul�n't get r.oUing The "Little Lutes"a .galned two Jets en� or ".eguJa". play. Pacific Luth. I ... ._.. __ . •. y Clover Creek ····:·········-· · . . ·· 3.�..:2.756 victories, . In tbree ttempt o er h n I B .�. _ SIe .. .-- -i��;� � � :: :: :;.:.:.......::.;.:.� . -.3A-.g;q .f)�.".��' J)�b.bQ�. College ot ' : ��D . :..�.:_ � =:::��.: : �. �� � ;� � � � � � :: :;� � . � : ;.L.������ �:..: _������ as. e .. --�_ ��U· 'Puget SoWid. They 'loat one 52-51'to Western B ..... . .-.. foul route and failed to maintain . 1 12 24·23 halt·tlme score. . the junior Loggers'and the two they The r theIr lead. otten have Sav.ages The Intrathe ot standIngs' tnal won were !just as close. mural basketball program. flnds the Conference leadership but have Freshman AI qubrud hit 20 points B'b, H e h u through gt for to yars recnt In failed PLC while Gonr.aca s VermUUon waJ.1t ouWt Tacoma TOrnad��; -:.�:::=:=:�::::::��::��:::=��::�:!� tD :: �;:�yo !:! W�:�� i��:! high:powered led all scorers with 24:· . away wJth the lauralB, dropping the playoff to go to K. C. Central B ...-..-.._..-.._...............34.00 three ot his . regulars In January. Ing only one game along the way. In tbe championsh.1p match the Hutfman has really . found the Jets ·· · n r t t :: · : · �:;a�: ::JI:�:;u!� . :��Pg:e:!'lnr��:' i:.�II::,�:� �;�v%; ;:!e:..be':.:t:;:� ::� ::=;:: ���earn .:: : : : : : : �8 the privilege of; he has hJt 22. 19, and 17. "HuU's" proving to be their biggest thriller to Central D . . _ ... . .. . . . 47.77 Kelderman carried the brunt ot defense advantage. Followtng tn a very representing Wasbington tn the 22 point barrage against Central play besides those tore-mentioned. close th.1rd was tbe Central aggre Kansas City NA� TournamenL 1 was his all·tljne high. . · Lancaster joined the squad gatlon, three games out, wblch dis· Clover Creek ..........-..................25.25 atFrank the start of the second semester. on occaplayed a smooth game 27.44 His passIng and abll1ty to score slons Tacoma to . consistantly Leading Intram ural Scorers Eastern A .............-.....................30.33 added. an extra punch to the JV's. tield tbebutsamefailed team. Central A Frank would have probably gained In the College League the race Ivy A ..........._...................._..-.......32.91 !lome varsity experience bad he not much tighter with the lead �dlng scorers ot the College LeadJng scorers ot the Unlvera-been Inellglble due to the Ever- was Ity League: cbanging bands many times and at League: green tr.anster rult.ng. three teams In contention' all The� fellows ue Our varsity least NEAL "I. THO�EN team ... . . 196 Lester Hall) .� . . . ..163 the way and the title not decided Kolbaba (Tornadoes) of the future. Judging from until the last day. Finally the Householder (I� Hall) . _.....166 Nel80n (Ivy (Tacoma) .. ... 1 1 theLr perserverance and the 1m. Central JOKES MAGIC dJstrict took the credJt B&1atak.ka (Tornadoea) ................122 Eliason (Clover Creek) ___..136 provem t I th 'OfA� °t :: the "Bibs, . _ .114 SchniabJe (Clover Creek) ...133 Stek (Jeta) . ... CoItumeI - Tuadoa - �. a8ason. �e;:::· gol :�\ e tD and 5. 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Tuesday the Jets FrItz (Jeta) ..._. _ . .. . . 82 Jacobsen (Clover Creek) _....__.86 WATCHES Parld&ad CeDter GR 7863 72 forfeited to the "Bibs," the Tor- Lemke (Tornadoes) .. . . .76 Swanson (Tacoma) .......__ DIAMON DS nadoes ran over th'e Central B 45- Sw1nIand (Tornadoes) .........._.....75 Huesby (Clover Creek) ....... 7U 7 29; .. _ �66 Kvern (Central) . . . .. and then Central B came back Tidwell (Central B) . . .. : .......... 1 JEWELRY to beat Ivy B 32-28. Wednesday Bakken (Centrat B) 69 Labes (Central) _ .. . .. . afternoon Central bowed. to· Ivy Morkel'l (Central B) ......__ . .60 Twldt (Clover Creek) . ___· .81 Stop In at SILVER Hall 40-50 and Central B and East- Hellberg (BIbs) _......_ . 56 Forsland (Tacoma) ern forfeited to the "Bibs" and Bnmner (Central D) _.. ..... .....54 Jaeger (Eastern) ...........__ .. 56 for a Since 1889 Tacoma respectively. Yesternday. 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Few students are aware of the Ing systems - the radio' and the YOU A PRODUCER? excellent ni.dl0 broadcllsUng facUl· chapel public address. The building Ues being utilized In the eMS buJld- Is 80 wired that either can b� corio It's trne, every one or the stu­ dents here at PLC can produce and Ing. Morris Hendrickson, student trolled trom any of the rooms. producer and cblef engineer, recent· . The two radio consoles are In tb direct his or ber own radio p� I Iy disclosed signIficant facts COD- recording studio. With. his program, gram. The pupils 10 Prot. Karl's cernlng programing and equipment. Hendrickson uses three disks for radio class are dotng it AnIta He 18 an 'assistant -to Profes60T the -final tape. F1r!Jt choir IQllSlc, Hellbaum, Doug· McGrath, GJenQ Theodore Karl, director of radia. then hl,:l own voice and Unally the Werner, and P.aul Steen have all produced and directed halt hour "Our chief aim has been to branch sermon. out and to prodUce programs of the According to Hendrickson this shows for Campus Radio Treater best Qual1ty," Hendrickson a5seJ1:ed. '"type of programing Isn't 8S eitec- �n KMO,. - �·Wetw.Ml8de conalder.able profuB,8 tJ.y� .aaJ-Xil, J m"adcasUnc. which Is What goes Into such a program? til one Yea;,:>'" .... ,. . . . , - . - -done '"with ·allJ the' partlclp�tir·l1litiF1:)e:'afttrffiri�i 00611t- �ucir u'"8010 At present two weeJpy half-bour. ept and on one record. singers, trios, QUartets, pianists, 8ustahilng sbows are b 8 1 n g r&- In the "tomb-room" of .tbe bas&- Instrumentals, ·and tlie lettermen's leased. "Campus..8bowcaae," direct- ment Is the ayncbronlzlng�machlne. oborua have made up shows &8 well ed and moderated by Judd Dougbty, From there the chapel, chOir and as · dramaUc plays like the "Mon·· and "Eastvold Speaks," produced band rooms, radio studio ·and·every keys' Paw." by Prof. Karl. practice and dressing. room. cau be Would you like to appear on a "The reputation of our b.roadcasts reached. The engineer acts as a radio program? Judd Is In the Seattle-Tacoma area Is good," telephone operator at a switch· the young man about D:oughty campus to the tlrth year education major com- board. talk with. Judd Is the director and mented. He revealed that numerOllS Connection with KMO Is by direct p�oducer of the Campus Show Case, requests ror PLC broadcasts have wire. Bulletins can be sent at any which Is hearll at 7: 45 every come trom local and Mid-Western time and are received on tape. Pro- Thursday . evening on KTNT. J[ ·vlslons [or lI�es to other · st&Uons 'you have any talent at all, Judd stations. Professor Karl planned the room� are now being made. can put you on the air. Lately Judd or the system and the electronics. The producer, commending tbe has teamed up with Anita Hell. "Oh I'm so aorry class-I aee by my watch I've lectured palt the is the Clnest, and engineers and the script writers, baum to conduct a very tasual and bell aga in." "Our equipment no major technical difficulties have remarked, "Their jobs are dlrttcult enjoyable 15 minute radio show. 'l. -'-:b arisen since it was installed last and they deserve recognition." Na- Hear it '[or yourself . . . n ibu s Reactions I. a U spring," declared Hendrickson, who dine Andresen assists Doughty and Prot. Karl Is tbe adViser tor all Um (Continued from Page 2) Joan Worley prepares "Eastvold studio work In the CMS buildIng. cess. The presentation of JOB was works tor KMO. Two $l;SOO cutting tables, a $2,000 Speaks:' Englne'ers are Doughty, He checks . sbow that goes on a special treat. I hope the whole IS public eonsole Vernon Lestrud and Bob Wheatley. the air andeach and a $1,OUO radio Idea wlJl be'" repeated. It puts hIs f address system are the main Instru- HendrickSon said that visitors toucII to the productlon,proII essional nee ed. spread over three wee ks bet er With the basketball play at an d ments. Chris Knutzen, Durllngtcm, are alw welcome, tours being Professor Karl Is now the p� crowda might result , the Intramural end this week'..• . i t ent through ce hl b i d ed a ed b over to volley· st o r Dr. Eastvold-Fln�st series of pro a �nl-...8'lUIt ::::s �o���� r:�::��:���0:��2. ��: ::eech 1, ;::m�n� Thurs4&y ot and Tuesday bl!fl �� �r�: ;e�dr�::::: programs put on at the college n� t week have been scbeduled ;:��:��� :� tor any at charge beat In to was hard President's be the of It would .. -------tl--program, but· Is DQW employ.ed by liberaL arts ....8cho.2l.. ..:I!!Uv��!J. � pactlce sessions Competition will Reporter of Ye-ar t I �dT �6yT 01�m�a,o�.r� ;hl� I�: :���e:::: :�g�:�sg�:se��:d�u��:': �:s::::!�v�:: �:�� �::-::;:;7�:---LSA Pins To Be Given At the close of the semester sevsplratlo.nal Sunday program. On the dlct that we have started some- ing as many teams as possible. eral pins and cert icates will b program with Dr. Eastvold Is a thing which will grow to Include the League play should begin within a r t atH e e' 0 special radio choir made up of people ot the community, and to the next two weeks, allowing tor ��� �:�e �o� :ut:���lh� :�:�� "Now hear this," Is the theme students be and members of tbe tac- have a capacity bouse at. all ses- rosters trom the Individual to tbe, It was announced' at Wednesday's fllJed. ComIllete rules covering tbe L.S.A. meeting .Sunday ulty. Professor Karl Is also the slons that we presenl. 1 congratu- league st.nrt meeting. A "reporter of the fOr later at published be wilJ narrator. participants 6 : 3 0 In the late the direcl;r and year" 1)ln, as well as a pin to tbe atWhat date. The scheduling tor next students will '·l:ear" wi l l As In most public reaching con. In all the e\'ents and thank them week's most Inspirational and cooperative be a message practice sessions Is as tol· on Christian steward. cerns. there are the unsung on behalf or the college. heros. start member will be presented ·to ship by ' Rev. Robert W. Lutnes, The student engineers tm su g ge � lows: these These and many other s a ln Tuesday. March 10: 7':30-1:'Y �1��! �: t;e ),��:�t n;.;:����. :::�:� part·tlme instructor in Eng:lIsb and shoes in the ratJio department The tiona were presented and discus· Hall Western 3 lov pastor ot Grace Lutheran cburch engineers can make or break a sed. ,Probably the. moat prominent Creek and able tor energetic . PLCltes. and Eastern. ; 8: O-C � criticism was that o stude!lt at· Thursday, i n Tacoma. Judd show. Wheatley, Bob Doughty, Marcb 2: 7: 3G-Ta· ' In conn�ction with the steward Vern Lesterud, and Ken Anderson tendance and support. FREE TH ROW CONTliST ship Idea, Lenten envelopes will be- are the men behInd the Impo{l&nt Many people thought would coma;_8:3o--cenlxat. . �<1 All men ·wlshing to participate In JOB given out for Lutheran Student control asalgnments. Bob acts as be the free-throw contest sbould make Action. The: Latest aDd F"dICIt in so that Donations received from the chief engineer tor aDd T the two � MUilC arra�gements . to do so thJs next this project will go towards na· weekly programs. There Is a future RECOIlDS . week as - tbe contest closes next tional Action. O ;,"dJ��e�tI·a .r1gch�:.V:: 1D. L.S.A.offering TED BROWN Saturday, Marcb 1 4. Through A special g I th ny will be taken !:e �g t MUSIC CQ. Wednesday ot this week tbere have to help defray local L.SA. . Wemer ea. one interested 11 been onl� 18 "tree-throwers.': ." • �r .i7�. •

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1953 SAGA ROYALTY CANDIDATES

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Campaigning for the 1 53 Saga kIng and Queen candidates Is DOW in full swing on- the campus, con· tiuulng untll elections next Wednes' day. March 18. Results will not be announced un.tli coronation time, FrIday evening ,at 8 p.m. Four freshmen candidates for queen and four senior candJdates for kIng ha,:e been submitted, in· eluding Bobble Birkadahl, Jean pogo burn. Katht/-G_uIllaQ'eA.. , .and Thel· ma Nygaard vieing for queen, and <Jne of the fono'trinc w:iU , king: Dick Borred, Ron Douglass, J:?on }J.eese, aD(� Art s�an.on: aign ' 'Ca mp Some of this year s plans, which be seen during the I e l e r w the lapel ,poitJng the candidate', name. besides the usus:l posters. In past years many,attempta were undertaken to publicIze a candl· date, including that ,of drop ng "nylng sa.ucers" )earing th �di' l e s re em "t as being an unsucceesru attempt since the "saucers" missed the cam. pus proper and , lit on the goU course.

physical education department's foodstuffs and kewpie d o l l s to p'resentatlon'of health at its besL t i te I t n e th r eSI Incldentaly, ot you think that s an rl Tschalkowaky WAS a great conduct- will be given away. Booth chairmen wllhlng ma- PLC is In the "school" clasa1t1ca- or, come and see Dr. Knorr. It you terlata auch al paint. butcher tIon. Last year the school noat think that the former years have . Campus Calenda r paper, bruahea, etC. for work be- was listed In the "general" c1ass� yielded ezcellent performances, you Week of March 11.21 ' fore Thuraday ( evening ahould lficatIon and received an "honor- haven't seen anything. This year MONDAY-: contact Darlene De Jardine able menUon" award. the. students will be able to under12:1()-DRG Day Room; 12:30 su;w.d &li the J inner of Q the w9rktngs elthe� on campul or by ' callinG Joyce Genz . d . P. arlstrom . -Lettermen, X-IOf;' 5:00 _ GRanite 8123. Any other I nfor- are organization heads; BUI Kull- faculty. \ , Tassels, 4th maUon may be obtained from berg and Jack Selfors will agatn - group planning this spec. 6 : 4 5-Prayer Meeting, CMS.B; . either Dick Nodtvedt or Ron work with Prof._ Robert L Johnson, tac1e (?) Is produ'cUon commit. 1 7 : J5-WAA. G1Dl. ' ·[jijUit. archItect and �bu1ldlng consultant. tee 'conslsting of Mr. Karl. ch.i.trTUESDAY� ' ' , ' In the fio.at's construction. Bob man, and committee members, Mrs. so h b00th chaI rman w 111 be ! .,.ac . 3 : 00-4:00""': Miss NOrthstrom, the student bo.dY repre- Young, Miss McGregor, and Mr. r�nalble for aupplylng ham· 'f> ,(Tacoma) . and . Mise Keye n . and sawa nee�ed fqr h la (Seat�e), Bell:��'ll�ae rep­ Funds for the fioat are ob..,talned Fr:'tta._ _ _ _ _ � _ o t . resentatives. 1,.111; 6 : 00 � by donations from local businessSp�, 2nd Floo�,;�)Ung,V6:45 men and by money railed from BtU -Studpnt Councn; 7 : OO-LSA , . ' .''' � I0 '" dent program " , Co�cU, :,1,.116;' 7 : 30-9:00 _ Bob made special emphasIs that Organ GUUd party resl. this Is another student project and dence; 8:00--Youth Problem . e tlon of all stu· �orum, ' CMS-SUB (Trlnlty � u s t d y o� the topic A B i b. l s ne Brotherhood ,and College) ; 9:15 . e "Like last year," he said, "the "Christ·Lik 'or Chi1stian?" based -Holly Hall. < ' on will 10, be the main feature Acta i .p p' u entire student body will hel WEDNESDAY. seD �eeting S'unday at 6: 30 Four tro}:lhies, Jncluding the on the daffodils the night before." of the 7:0()-AWS; 1: 0()-ACS, BUB; the SUB. ior sweepstakes, were calltured by No detal's a8 to the size or motif �.m. in 8: Oo-Toastmasters, CB. PLC speakers at the InvitatioD;Bl at· this ye\fros noat have Reen-' an�, . Evere�t Savag�, study l\nd wit· THURSDAY� Forensic Tournament whIch was nounced. � nen chairman, asy everyone plan. 12: 3O::-Cam\>us Devotionsl TC; I , ' , held last week-enji, March 6 and 7, nin.g to attend to read and atudy 4 : 0()-LDR; '6:3()-A1pha fbi t Linfield College'. in McMinnville, t oroughlY the scripture passage, Ing and second' 'In oratory were won Omega, CMS-120;- 7 : 00--lCTA, reg�� Acts 1 0' ..tiJ19 . _ '_ _by,John RyJtgren. . SUB; 7.:30-Kappa Rho Kap. In the senior men's division,. John Organ Guild members wUI meet Senior women who placed were -lteports on the r:.SA--'-Workshop, pa, L:f04; 9:3()-HoUy Hall nert Tuesday evening, March 17, Osborn and Alan Hatleo' tl,6d for EdIth Engel and Janet KlJ'ppen ty. held three wee",s ago in Oregon, F'RIDAY- , at "the Dr. Carroll SVaIe home. The tirst place in the LIncoln·Douglas Ing for second In women's debate. will be giV?D by Lorie Z�ll�er and. SAGA Carnival! evening will be spent soclally. Rae­ Debate. John won first In impromp- Janet also won honorable ment!on Ge�e Perry, who were PLC's dele· SATURDAYu.. Mtd. Alan tled for BeOOnd gates. Topic tor' the--.wor.op was . ;rds' by )Jbert Scliweitzer' w1ll ' Congl-eBs. · ", � '. ' 2:0o-A W S E'&sh1on Show. erslty . 8 :OO::-SAGA Carnl'�i. heard and light refreshments W1ll stude'nt !rom' WSC. FlnaUsts in the junior division "The Ch;lst1an oh �e Campus." First place Int�rpretatlve read- I be servE'd. (ront;!1u�d O!"l p;\� .�)

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LORETTA GR:ENTZ. MARIE INDEROAARD, NADINE <ANDERSON Dick Breon, area governor; Don arranged tbe music for ''�b Happy squads s.howed remarkable ability. BEA HANSEN, EULA DALLY, DAVE ENGLUND, Dlghtman, district governor; 'and Day " and one otber feature nUm- the seniors takIng sweepsta�s and DUANE DAHL, JOAN CHERNUT, JOYCE PUFFERT J P Pflueger of PLC Dr ' the juniors mlssipg' It by five li ADVISER..... . . ..... . ... .. . .. ... . .--..-.-.---.� !OIrFMAN Dr pn ue�� �as ��en th� word ;'pow� :::idT:: :::t ���� :str:d�;S�::' points. .•, Printed by La Crosse Printers, 118th Pacific Ave. er." Don Dlghtman was general A member ofhthe faculty wl11 have Appro:xlmt!.telY. four hundred stuevaluator and commended Dr. .Pflue- a trombone soJo that Is out of thIa dents fOJm thirty colleges competed ger on bis two-minute Impromptu, wave lencth. In' the e�even �ontesla �eld. pointing out tbat he (Dr. Pflueger) The en.tlre program is a preview started bad with an openIng sen· what .tb� lettermen have In 8tore " The grac� God is always more [han our needs." ritroDDe Your Advenilen tence", explaining the word. tben of for us In tbelr minstrel show for "Le[ 1.Is-not be shearers of life. bue rather sharers of life." . giving body to the speecb by dem- the Saga Carnival. Dr. E. C. Knorr / onstrating Its uses, and concluding . Tbe chorus has .put In two turn- I "An army chaplain is no more than a pascor serving his COIlf with a closing slatement. gregation . . . oula a day for thls show. All you Toastmaster for the evening was have Chaplain Porter to Is tUrn your radio dial Art Wolden who Introduced the two to KMO doWednesday, 44th Division March 18: at . 'When w e find those words no[ only on the lips of our five-minute speakers, Judd Doughty 6: 30 p.m. and enj6y It. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "" we begin to realize the [reasure that �;� ve;:�: :e;���;be� :���� �� � Savior. bu[ in his l ife . r e e r we do have." ��We have a Chris[ who came not to be min istered unto bue and "My M:isadventures In Music," I respectively. to minister Installation of the new officers Dr. J. P. Pflueger Parties Arranged. of Toastmasters was postpoqed un- . . ' til on. 01 Ihe fOllowing Iwo meel· . to Re t urn Your Conv!!niE!Dce FOr Choir R gB. l� F T A to 5p onsor ·The meeting waB adjourned until O Mo nda y Af. ternoon . -left-to next Wednesday morning at 6 : 00 Phone t'li 4798 _ UB * * � MOYloe Ln -.!! Witb-only-three-concerts Culminating PLets tbree days' sing, between now a.nd some ba.dly O'ClOck-:Res. LA 3088 ' N THE HIGHWAY cFf :rl�:�::��: w��'e�e�!: 1h;.;:i:; needed rest, the choir Is singing d k . e M r. D C ong T 0 Spea on PACIFIC AVE. & GARFIELD lomorMontana. Polson In lonlghl So. Tacom Ca row In MI.Boula. . Montana. and on At Zoologi cil Meeting ,�===:!!!!!!= �,,:':':B:.;.. �:::' �:7g:lo�:s�:. a:: ��71��� ! ====::::.�_7455 _ _ _ _ _.;....;......iiio! . ����� Ihe laBI cODml in �� �:��! !'c ��':�O�� ;:�: pe' SUB al 7,30. " . GEN ERA L AUTOMOBILE REPAI RING kn n In B r b Fro m Kellogg the cboir will reo atchee, Washington and former Te��=���f 11�:�� ��n �:��:�� turn home base, arriving some- president of the Washington l.itate president of the organization, 'sug. time toMonday afternoon. To date MedIcal SOCiety, will address tbe gests that the girls. take advantage no complete story the tr:ip bas I members of the Tacoma Zoological 1 22nd Pacif,'c o 1 thls opportunlly I0 ask the boys been' penned, but theofMooring GRan,'!. 994.6.' M.ast I Society this evenJng, March 13, at to the movie. 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.:annual meet1ri� last week. '-,_ -'.:.::: _ _ _ _ ' :: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "..: man. a senior, was picked for the first team while ROBS, a junior, fol­ Two teams, four teams, or none; that Is the . ,Question,. With the lowed on the 'second five. recent rules change banning two platoon football came storms ot proT�e first lIve are: • test Intermingled with shouts of Joyous praise. Huffman (PLC) Some of the aspects at the game that may be undesirable have been Doherty (Whitworth) brought out by critics all over the country. For. one thing, not as many -Andersen (Western) tellows .wlll get to play. It will be, difficult to make use 'of a specialist purposes as well as shl.D:l5pUnts, the , ARID ad (The Logger was only ' Minnich (Eastern) such as ·a good punter, P S8 elver, etc' Soms say the ac Uon will be , _ : Mabe Si � � )!&.Jo-- 8�"� 1.il..(Or.( tb&·1u !) �"'){ ,.., t..lft��,�·�":1.-, MJI6:play T»'W��--AA, ,�" , --< " , , , , cepUble ot It. A boy may� r� sus tb Injury f(-'Ii'e pl�Y8 the ' � s . noor Is to be , leased to sports- off a screen. As Garnet stepll to the Manlytorm IT'shlrt.• ' Thirty years ago "Iron Men" were In atyle. Un ess a boy broke a leg, minded merchants tor advertising. free throw line he readli, "MenOne section was leased by a mo­ , Besides supplying monetary erobel- Be Sur.e . with BIK E ! Our product tlon' picture agency. "S�e NIAGARA he played from start to finish. Washington and Jefferson came to the Ushment to the athletic department, now contains a c t I v e GHLORO- starring Mark Salzman." (His cal­ Rose Bowl on Jarluary 1, 1922, with 16 men. Eleven played the 'full game L." . . . It's Hanson with the endars areri't seiling). Due to fore­ without call!ng even a time out. The result ? California 0, Washl�n and It will add c910r to the game arid PH Y L he Is one, of the Smooooother seeD dtftlcultles the, contract with Jerrerson O. On that Cal team only 15 grldders earned letters during serve to locate the players in rela- bal Uve noor posiOo'ns. This Is flO ex- Movers. Bob Ross was caught day- t.h e Manlchewllz p e a p i e w a s the season. dropped. Then Koessler had a little ample of what you can expect once dreamrng and aUbied, "I thought One thing Is tor certaIn, Ir the new rule has a 'negatlve efrect on this plan goes Into effect: As play scored the winning ,basket 1n my trouble hitting one from way tout the game, it will be changed. Athletics Is o-�e Institution that Is self· . progresses, Ron Billings steals the on the IRVING ad but finally con- corrective. ball ,from a CPS man directly over neeled and got his new sutt or Another new rule Is the penalty f�r vass Interrerence. Next season _ arSI .F clothes. Now he Is playing his usual when Interrerence called against the defens'e, the passing -team wUl g t� receiYe only enough yard,ge for a first down. lo�ormerly the ortenslve sors are In fierce comam e team was given the complete pa�s where the Infraction took place. They another. Two members at the nationally petition with one oy ' ranked Seattle University basket- each send statisticians to every All those Intel1lsted In trying ball' team were named last week game to record the nurober or _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ out for the golf team are urge� to' by the P�C hoopsters as the top points �cored from their ad and WEDDINGS - CORSAGES

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THE MOOfll lNG MAST .. A..CH 15, 1153

Wark Night for Saga IooIh Construction

ftlnday In Gym ., lit... Dove'." tea"' .....' Chairman

� . ' '''

nt T.unda, evenlne. March tt. ....ria l UlDllUtum will be ...... . with .tbe lIGund. of barn­ ...., .... .w• •• ron8trucUon on 1M SAOA f'U'ftIYa', booths ."rid aide

����;��:i��� ... ..., atr1 or ba, Interuled. in "" " ..... ... Cam!.n. of 196:1 • � ....Id p&a.a on donniDI ...... ,.....IIN aAd .pend1na tbe eY� .... I. .... .,.•.

1

�. "

.....k C'......naen _HI have lumber• ...... •ad paint .nllable, and some . ...hUt. wor1l.,.. ran lran.form lbe .,. .... . ,..U... tamlva_ "eltlng. ...... . ... 0..,..11 QOoalrucUon ... fW tM ..... .. _tu be Jack � ,..,. V....ek. . Nick Oluer. _ T" � •. ..... ...... •nd • ,roup of must· duI. ' wi" aty. ronH,," InUtrmlt· "U, ..n.. lbe evenln•• 110 set .... "_, Tliund., enoln, and ..11 .. rou at tbe 17m. Dey.' I'. F.. I'l� d"rln� the rom­ tftl( .... ." 111 have the pleuure or plartnl .be ('an ..., anct othe" pro­ t..... y. malenal on the om noor.

Shuffleboard Play Begins

A _ • r.-IUlIt or lUon..)' n'j'eh'ed (nun , i,.. A. I '.O. I!opUll"urud Hand· 110m.. 1 1 .... . 1) , unt... , I hili rail. I WO _bu,nt! board ...111 lut\"f' been I n: ac.allf'lll durin. IlIt" I):Il\t week I n UNt UPp"t � U u. Attloa

pI'Ojac1.

.a

('(H"halrmen

lOr

.ttN Jerry Sbetrela

the

n nd

Norman Vontcll. The, bave RUg· ,..Ied tbat ,boN uatn. the courts ... earetul DOt to 4amaae the ,.,.aUs

&ad fV1IUure and to return .... to

tbetr

.-

rub

.fter

the

uslog

Kimball Retains Ping�hg Crown ..... ....... retaiDed

hi. tiUe or

•..... Cbampktn of the college PI.. tIda ,..... In the all«bool 810&Ie8 ..,...o .. t by defeaUq RaJ rull

Jl�lI. 11·11. ud 21·16, In the nnal _tcb lut rrtda,. to clinch the title r. .... MICODd atrallbt year. Hill Md ....teD Larry Anderson 1.0. the .....f1aaIa willie Art took Bob ....... to ..t tIM •.tace ' ror the •....·0 .... ..

.!�t':I�� �ll.Y' v

laO ....... WIll be Tues­ ..,. Mardt If• ., it 1.:lmp�t1.ve lW ... roaten be turned In by this

alterDOon. Marcb 18. There are no

e It's th A�;j' o'S'"'':'1- z:" " "o�':":'f"�· ·'t.· h,�o- ' . ' e e

FIGBT e in th man !

That'. right!

In the U. S. Air Force, it'. not the size of the man in tbe....fight-it'. the size of the FIGHT IN THE MAN! And Aviation Cadet.. must have plenty. of it. For Cadet training is rugged. If you're

if you

good enough . . . tough enough . . . sinart enough • • • can take it while you're learning· to dish it out, you can' have one ofthe most fascinating careers

in the world. You'll be equippeCl to By the latest, hottest planes. You'll be prepared to take your position as an executiVe, both in military and com­ in.industry. And while you'rehelp;';g YoIlllY lelf Ou'11behelpingyourcountry. mercial aviation as well as

New Aviation

HERE'. WHAT TO DOl

Cadet

· -tmc StatiOn. Fill out the application they give you.

. 2•. If application is &ocepted, the Air Force will give you a 3.

phy,ncal �tilm.

It takes little over a to win your winp as a Pilot or Aircraft Obeerver (Navigator,Bombardier,RadarOperator or Aircraft PerfOnDance&gineer). But at the � ofyour training you graduate as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Ferce, with p8y Of $5,300.00 a year,

' year

AU YOU BlGI.U? To qualify as an Aviation

Cadet, you must have compieted at least two year. of college. This is a miniinum I'equirement- . it'. best if you stay in school and graduate. In addition: you must be between 19 and 26 � years, unmarried, aDd ;D good pbyiica1 .conditi=

Training Classes 8egin Ivery Few Weelesl

I. Take a traDocript of your eo!Jeie cziIcIibo imd a copy Of your birth oerti1Icate to your .........t i.1r Faroe Booe or

' WIN YOUR WINGS'

�ext, you take 'a 'written and m.an:ual .ptitude test•

it. if: .y... �. your phyai.,u aDd otbor _, you will be :ocbedoled fOr ... Aviation Cado1; tnWWlg. claao. . Tbe Selective Service Act � you • ·four-mont h deferment

while waitiDa c:laoo �Dt.

WHIRl TO GD MORI DEtAILS. Yhlt r- ........ Air Ferc. Iou, Air '-u I.a.ltln, otic.;; _ ,..., ....'.. Air forc. IOTe unit. Or write �. U. S. Air FOrce, W.,hlnll'on 25. '01 A"lafton Cacht, D. C. _

,,"'ncUona .Ii to the pumber of t..ro. to......! In J �b district, al· lboulb ontJ' , t.M. '*9 teams trom

each ....",ct�iY.J� tb,e -best records ..Ut�.!e �t' t�!YJ1 �e l�trA­ mura! � clIamSnonah1p. Depend­ I�-" �. DUmlw!r fJr teams entered, tJMre ·wID be • double or triple

round·robln

_

I!!bedule

drawn

up.

Wa.&cli Lb. bull.Un boards- for the ...... of pm". Complete nIles rlll � !'_.o"., I,.,t"-.

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The Mooring Mast

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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE,

VO L. 30

ogbu rn,

o u ple;

'Co n d ucto rs Lead Guest Chorus

Wi th Sag;1 F estivi t ies .llre a d y underway Queen Jean Cogburn md King Ron Douglass , 111 atten d the Saga Carnival i n the PLC gy m na s i1Jm . t 9 this eve ning. W i l h I\tuyor A l l an P o meroy of Sea ttie crowning th e bionde, bl ne -t' rt'd q uee n and Lhe king , tbe ceremonies were carried o n in regal

-J1l1 r�

m alw er.

an

�itl1 the

royalty.

An honor guard

I Lettermeu

t

in

paraded

orma nnft Chorus or EveN! t

Tile

Meet

I

.

on an

Here are PLC 'B

J ean

hol c e

[or ltlis

year's Saga Queen and Klng-5'6 'f.l"

h

b l u e ey d Jean COgburn" ' t tl e an d Tacoma sang SIX fre:snman beaut )T aili n g from Port two d l' I'ected bv H arl e ' b� r", .. n J :Ii Aage1 e s , 'VaSUI:l l ' g to n : an d f" '" no IJrlSto phet'flon, PI�C ban m a ster, Evere tt, trom o u glass, semor D rus a a Ch om c . T the o a d d i r ector 01' \Vtl. s hf n gto n . The othE'f four l1.umbers were di rJeau is going to major in elemen t­ ! <l Ringm W. n Henry , !!Cted by Mr. a l'Y edu catio n. Sh e hopes to teach "'M in ' the absence o f Profes s o r the first r second �rade. i::l u e 1111 I I t , Ial tn .in llai> "een appointed blonde. nll m-

.

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20, 1 953

O. 18

lass Ru l e Over Ca nival

o

Ma yo r Pomeroy Crowns

M A RC H

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I

t d l l'ecL the Normanna Chor us the Pu -at ound rea. 'I alent ot PL

student s

8

of

which

rupplementerl the entertainment or

I

Jle royalty i nclu ued a reading by J()a nne Schiet, n. llu et by F.leanol" . anse n and Herb Nev and songs I n

"Fl lylhm­ l

.nree-part ll al'IIlony by the · tes." Jo h n R y dgl'e!l served

as

nnster 01 cerelUonies . graduated

f rom

For re cr eati o n .Jean tells

likes swimIDing,

reading

us

she

and

ten-

likes Don D anielson

h

Hoover. Queen

Birkedahl

ms. At PLC she b,as beeome Retive C ame ra Glu . in AW S, L:A an �h e pl ay e d o n the trosh bootbal l ,aUt at Hom coming time and

t

d Richal'd

Leo nard

Style Show By ' Th o m as Thom as Fox To Pla y Orga n Bo n Tom orrow a n d s. Cha ppe l Dedication (0 cert ta r H e re i n M a y

.

Ron, who i s no 11 student teachi ng rites ma th and p ys i c s . 111'\ served '

To

begin Sa turday's Sagll {eg tlv-

P l ayi n g the dedica tion

, S. Nt"'') electronies divi- ities, the Associated 'Women Stuil l th '\\-o rl'ed one '- ea.r with the SID . . n , ailcl dents w i ll bpOnSOf' It spring style ., ' .. � . . ' Thomas L. Thomas, world reWash1ngto n State Patrol. He IS "b, , to be held at � o'clock in the . now an PLC, 01 ed ba. ltone, WIll op n the ;5 e V grad ,,, t, a to ",I gaged . , I ond annual Drama-M.usic likes to \'ork with ,model radi �s upper aJld flow r gardens. RIght now he IS ! ProfessIOnal mo d e l s NIH s h o w at Pacific Lutheran Conege WI th wl.1I'riOl l lli JOut getting his d a lilia i spring and su mmer fashions, in both his reci tal on Thursday eVi�llinz, I bulbs in. He can't fi nd ihe tim e to c a u an d formal s al styles. .All ' M ay 7. .

,

-

, _ .,

.

..

.

.

I sllow

I

SU�'

clothes will

TlIt'

llf'op l (;

who

3nga CnL.1lval i n the gym ,,-H i HIlg an,1 (,ttl en wiil see the foHo v'lg booths vnlJable

A tea

'

\

ee -end

.

b e from

sketball ; Ka ppa. R ' Dill t ; nurS in g home. ,o"b Basebn l1 at 1 ee ord s ; Moo ring Acco mpanied by Freda Al Peterh�t, da.rts t balloons ; AW� , pie son, director of nursing education, row; JuniOr class, spong e throw ; , the grDUP consists of: Norma Bor g-

will be give n preeeeding .

the faslti o ns,

strud singing

and

everal

st.u-

l

It"h; Ivy ,>

Hall, shuffleboard; cam-

dub, movies.

I

olyn

h

Pritchard,

Barbara

I ���:�:pn::l�r:�n:e:i:i:::�::':

of Seattle and Norwegian Male Chorus from P ugc t area.

ound

9 : 00 C arnivaI. time to roa m around and win prizes at tbe vari-

i d b local m erc h n t l tfh :�:n �u:I�::e���� I a s. y ��:�_����:.r�::�: �; O:a:l;::ac o�uO ofstudent u nc i l Wishes to �tS'iha� year �t PL�:gndTnhoWg iS in , 2 : 00 A WS fashion show, sponsored bv, Bon Marche of Tacoma . th p re ss I t s d e e p c o n c e r n ov t trai yeyar e roup II hea lth of M . M y k l a d, part I will r turn to t he collp.ge fo r sec- 8 : 00 Lettermen 's minstrel show , TV wrestling demonstra tions t i me p roftssor of education and ye and then finish with a by Ligh tburne brothers. manager of the booK store. The l oud �th'o nd y ear of t i n i ng a t Emanuel . prayers of the st d t w i l l be I 9 0 ) Carnival. thoir nUl'8lng requirements. ""it., h l 8 fam i l y at this t i me, I ' 1!. DOor p rIZes, II . ] (Continued on Page 2) c x·

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cOllcerl season. Each undhy I" oX no t only plays the mornIng servlces �

! Il.I. the famoLls -burch , but a l so !Lec omplUlies a complete oratori(l pres ente d by th e •U•iversJ de 'hoir each Sunday nfterlloon.

nh

Almost e very Sunday night he acfl i es olC to a o t er city, ge

a.nother city,

q uainter! �ith anotber orga n, lays it in cf)n�e t, fl i es to

. nlgh t rehearsal, and

8 : 00 Coronation cetemoni es , feat uring Ma yor A llan Po e roy m ous booths.

Chu1"cll

mes back to New York for 1<'rIdR.y

FRIDAY NIGHT, MARC H 2 0

l:Jeheels,

store.

book

I

Saga C IIDIVa1 Sch e d

Mary Kay Simonsen, Helen Smeby,

l clt e t 5 les begin i'Jonday. March 2� .ror ¥ �1 . :::I" tUd ent an d 'l :1.eIll t y reservatiolls Jll a y lIe made III the college

Becau ");, he must be 'It hIs D06t a s organ ist of the lUveraiue Stauley Chappel. In the e v ening, every Sunday, Virgil Fox rues thoua. tb e PLC Fes tl va I Ch 111 pre- ande o f miles each ye:u', playing �orus sent t he Brahm's German Requie over ej gh ty concerts, w h I c 11 are with o r chestral acc o mpll.niment. 0 " <led into the tighUy planned

·

stad, Marcia Knott, Marilyn Krug,

T

v,

I

O re tha Marion, Eleanor l';Iartin, Car-

In

organlst

be

I

Pi Kappa, lord, Adonna Bondahl, Gayle EllertI r .: SoplI (;10.88, b a s e ball at bottl e s ; son, Kay Engebl'etso n, J o an Emturtaln C a l l, calce walk ; DRG, sitle man, Laurella l<'razier, Carol Hannow ; FTA, (larto ; V' king lUb' I Bon, Do ro thy Hanson, Velma H arts ; Dlue Key, AC,, ; ASL, penny mOIl, Phyllis J en s e n, Kath ryn J er-

0 I"

the ;,Jeattle :Sym phony 01'chestra, under the baton o f Iir, wll

and a program will include Vern

, da ·ts at facility;

11 y, .lfoX is th-'10 at the Hlv "!lIdO Church, New Yorl(. H'ox.

regu la. r

Featured on Saturday' s programs

the Bon Marehe

(rom PLC will dents playing piano selectiollB. :Mo.y 7, :-i, 9 and 10 av e been set SPUltS, p oloa ; Le tlermen's Dve 1omo ravo I'D I' ortland wh ere An adruission ot twenty-five cents as the dates for the I" ellttv al. <Le bootlng !!;al l ",,) , Clr)\'�r cording to dIrect ors , Mr. Karl E. they will tour Emanuel hos ital, ill be "ba rged. se balIs at I'Clwhel l < ; � nlo r' s me t t l e teachers, visit with W iMI and M r. Tb eo d o re Karl, and Naomi Roe and Dar'lene Df:' Jnl'dpIU f�h : DPK. llook 0. Leg ; L A, PI . .C � ln d ent nurfleR TIOW in. trainthe ti ckets WUI go 0 sale the fir-at I1.lr't gnn , APO, football and I ng: a.t the hos pital, and eat in the , i ne are c o-cha l!'m e n for the avent week of Ap ril. T\\i'Dty-oue girls

yment :

-

I rgil

J!'estival l

r"

c o n cert for

the P LC Casavant organ on .April .... " •.. st . 1 " Vi' III be worId ace1aimed or.. ....

the actual modeling of

Le

n

I

of Ta coma.

11 V-I S-I I manuel

I ttlnd

Bottom

S A G A C A R N I V A L F E A T U R E S R O YALT Y, M I N ST R E L S, W R E S T L E RS . to top. I n b l ack face are, G a rn et L u n d a n d J a c k Cand idates T h e l ma N yga ar , J ea n Cogb u r n , (Queen) ; Bobbie and Kathy G u l haug e n . Wrest l e rs are and L lghtbu rne.

High

Roosevelt

school in Fort An gel es last spring.

s am e

the nin g s

n

with

h

then resumes weekl y schedul e beginthe

Furt er

details

will be anno unce d

row

K I N G-TV,

on

S eattle.

w i n n e r of last n i ght's w h ich

tomor­

Rhyth mette s

be sent today or

to

gl'am,

Rivers1de

of the progr-.ur later_

fo r th�

Votes should

n

Su da y

l es e .

The

talent pro­

D i ane

S�88ett.

La Vo n n e Da h l a n d L I lc l le Lentz appeared,

.

wi ll be chosen by the

I i te n i n g a u d i en c e

O n T uesdcl)',

A pr i l 2, K I N G will an nounco tbo

w i n n e r. L

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ueltman, Pederson p resent P C at Col l ege Band Me t

3 O O I G M A ST T E ,_ A C_ 95 _ 1_ _ 20 H_ _ _ R M _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ N_ _ R_ _ M_ _ ___ _

.. ".. ... he J..1I6 y __ OOr,ng

&.A J.. y .. 0 8'

Published e very Friday during the school year by stu ents ot Pacltic Lutheran College Wee at Entered as s eco n d class mnt ter, O c to b er 2, 1 962, at the Po st Parkland, Washtngto Offi ce : Union T leph one GRan ite ubscrlptlon prlce-$L50 per year EDITOR-I.--CHIE , -.. - .---- . -- . -- ..- . ... ...._ .._. ........__... .BEV GR E EI ASSOCIATE EDIT �___ . __.___....._. ........ ................ ROLLY OPSAHL EWe EDITOR.. _ _. ... __._ . .. . ......_ ... __ .... .. .. ... . .. ...... ..... . ELWOOD RIEKE B SI NESS f.ANAO ER... __ ....... .... . ...... . _._ .... . ... .. ... .... ......W ALT S C HWINDT AD MA.·AGE1L. . ... ._ .._ · .. H ··· •••..••••_•••••••••__ .... ..._..._ ••••••••JERR Y SLATT UM AD SOLICITORS._ .......__ . . .. ... . .. .. _ ...JIM JOHNS N, N OMI G.Ab' FNEY,

Dand

first

eet

l';oriliwest th i s

at Belllngllam's Wester weeken t , du c ati ou Was hi ngton Co l l ege

day

I I

,

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I Jr I ....

.......: --.:..-�.---.::..-. ---.:...--- .-

-

Chap el ,

0f

' " I f you re a d"Iselple

Jesus,

A. 'T

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com pose r

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re u n der !l u re pro cec tl on .

and

at

,

.

LI B RA RY VO LU M E S

�rbett-T�.e You n g M rs. M ei g s -F C81 1 Y,

Frank-The

Diary

Girl-949.2 F85 D,

M c C u l ler_T h e

of a

Young

B a l lad

of

Sad Cafe-F M 1 39 8 .

the

Moa&-Th e I ran J an-F M851. O'Donovan-T h e S t o r I e 8 of Frank O'Co n no r-F Od l s.

Perl m a n - A · H i story

P42 H .

of

Trade

U ni o n i sm In the U nited States -33 1 ,88

Ste i nbeck-East F St3E.

T h urber-The 818 T42T.

Wecter-Sa m

of Eden­

Thurber A l lJ umClemens

n i ba l-B C591D.

of

H an­

8 -el'Y Thurliday evonln � (l.t 7 : 45 , .1 ud Dougbty IUld lta Hellbaum tea· tura s t uden t talent o n " C a m p u s over station KTr.;T, Ta om

Anilli an' Bob \'in

ho\\

John

Case."

Ryfl

engineer ;

A 'sisting JUdd a.nd

en.

tly,

announcer;

Nadine Anderson. script.

na

Huber ;

( Continued from Psll't One ) l ey. evall, [ These girl are : M arj o l ' i e Plans

Pa.rliam ntarl an,

,

:Marl n G�brielson'

Taylor.

0\\ at the II

The o\he� group

pi al took two conBecutive

l

Call

to

Ject of 11I'oblelllf' lou 'ernlng youth. Forty-nI net Btud en ts from L l l tbol" 1'0110 \\ l ug, 111 [Urt. i" do resum e 01 olll:lg d t C e a en e d the recent EVfiUthe ylev.1l �H csented by each speakL u th eran Churr:Jl (;()II 'ge .

18 .

�tw�� 'l

� t: �

for the ' I '

are

sponsor

I

I

Fremoot •

Dl KIlO r, h all or (lip. SCI ' olngy t ile f i rst to spe k, . 11 Ite s r'l:! set! Lb., r .. jlglOll slant sIlO\,. In.... Uult th. Il dllllC I11"Oj.,'t'BUl for YOUlll mllst be ba'ed · , ,I , for 11.11 rul � . nr! .f) ort LlLe \Hlrd of ( ....� ';danu tome [rom above. ., _

department at PLC, WIl_

�U ,

nlO� J'

r.

Li nc'oin III

1 1 s(.'boo!

IIiHe ek

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�c fl.: l�:�:�J��

I

th

i ngS

at

othe r

Stop In at

for

VE

's

a

HAMBURGER O l d FasLi ned Fi h fj Chips

DELUXE

C. Fred Christensen

Home-baked Pies � C a kes F u l l Fountain Service

STATIONER

Ninth & Pacific

Tacoma, Wash.

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a a o i n �:.: .n d_: M,�� l1�� n� C : hrt � 's :: . t:..: a�: s::. n___ · 1 "

ears at

ParlcllUlu nod ar . !JOW in their se c­

9 1 3 Pacific Aye.

BR 4629

ond 'ear 0 1 l1 0 spltai ork. 'riley wUl return Cor one year r colJege befo re

I

gradutl Ion

tWs g r 0 u p are: Gl oria Evanson,

" eha ky" Brandt,

Ru th Hanson . Louella Vlg.

elora Johnson, an d

'un�et arc both fi nishing thel t' Just at I.e, having completetl E v elyn

Peterson

and

Mariann

I

To Go

hakes

S u nd i

a nd

LET US CARRY THE BALL ON YO E I 6 OIL

Tacoma, Washi ngton

G RJl nite 85S9

Enioy That "PLUS" Service Lubrication Tires Batteri Auto P rts

GET THOSE TERM PAPER N EEDS AT

JOH SON DRUG

GRanite 73 33

Co ll �O,

1

cr.

biOi -1m " The Mf lanll" . • . gram wi l li n I rong " IJOJ1t! I tlon eo d D ... 2)1).0)-0 IHIO I :>111· i t e n - 1 hi 11 gh sc ltool 811i " lllllJIl uni ' lJ In; w I g t tatl1WO 11'. StrCl3l('.r, nee sary. co :(e;�c: :;enior hlgl l , 1;11001 c Olms lor . trees d the ..tlJf.r "_ J J - 0 . 'I h e W gh SI" ICIO1 &eJuOrs " 1 1 t I t J eL (. pl'O ram !lnl] r OrInatlo · ll (I I . 'II be I IIl)C b on glle" l s 01' U le WI I b:< til' h II HI - U' . � a I 0 state I . , IT 11 C i ......,QO1 , WI I It k • aptl ttl! Ie tell1 ·· an! I s",J l P I'('nl oft n Cor e (:hlltl�en to ",111 Dleet fOl' conC r u r. e " I l l! l O I . 1hs n t h:ntl co l l ege wheu tilere lS no 1 e!,"e 5 t udell ts t (I '4llll 1 _. r: UIIB vnno II • f'I1P:' c i ty tor collcJl'''' worl[ re!!11 1 ttng ' rt menIII 0 r t ue l. d epa S ... _,IOO1• . , In an upse t and trOll bled youth. C entral \VRshlnglon Co lle ge I) r I Ed. "Cam pus elior" • . . TllOugh·

Sh e l l Lubri catio n T I RES • BATT E R I ES

AI rport Roa d &. Pacifi c Ave.

It

"

M l dlnnt}

BEITZ S GAS

�o;

Lut her Colleg£', "College CUiPfI" . .

lmder way for Curtain several one-act Barbara J ol1nns n, pl ays w be hel d on April 7 i n til Kare n Hille, Annn Le�, Edith O lun d , Helen \:Ii- C.M,S. Th i s producti on will be mOll sOIJ , ' ust:'lnee Stay, and GaU u nd er the d irection of Glen J o ll nsoll Eld

� :

n pu us on t e rae . 110 ' Y u can sit up n a mountalu Flemming and members .at.la '''e, ut not upon a tack." M ild red Van Buren a n d Bob \Vbeat-

Student Nurses

Kathn u

Jngton.

oul'erence at Moorhea.d :'Unllcso N8\� ' I wW ch l1J\d as Its theme " " PrOfile o r' . c hoo} of Music i u \Vashlngto n, . Chris tian Y ou tll .. ' C. during war scrvice he has E , ' ,agter n W rll ngton College ot t· ugh til. Lbe Uoh r I t \ 01 \1 l'hI- 1" d. " East rne r" e . (Henrl.1I118 ) PLC ,,, ....a . n aneI t l e rniVOl'SI' t �, 0 r W ns 11· I u lns 'Easterncr's hopes to r NAIA . _ . 1 I ngto n Ill s . . ..:Ulle tor C onc el"t Titl ' .Lvng II, hl·o!, e--- LnCb' Dop S. I anLl," wliLten COl' orc·h !l I m ha n P.linlen WI 11 I !l I:onso 11 Ion. been publi shed by AJisoclated Musk QlUll'ter exams 011 t a p 101" 1\1 llrell arra ngru•

01 Was ·

Ea$ t· programs (rom the st (

wilh a O IlI'l1i ' ng the progl" m St. Olaf ' Manitou J'tl ess enger . . . . . \�.as the PLC, . , cert IUlIle co St. Olaf ChoIr and the Min- t \\' on t) arl ey unde ' tho Tedl on or Deapolis Symphony Orell slr; Col . baud . 0 11 f. ollo\\ing . , Christophel L :; labornted on. . twllghl cOll c �rl J sl . e venmg, . Ols on, moderator 01 til S un dav e'ien ing. 'l' b e all IlllaI even t e reg ul at" meeting and in. egan Lb b i c features 5ev ra l Dum b!!r!! b r ea lrollu,;eu t he ',even sIlI'akers '.110 gro up. each gRv e t l1eir vi e ws OU Lhe sub-

\l O j galieal ,

<I

· I

1 The

"If )'011 a rc n O l a disci p l e, V.<HI c;tn be. If you were and haVl fal l 'n a W . " r u c. n r tu r n . If vou arc nOW , renew your faltb, Comp I) , 1 witness. and accom plish gre:\[ lbing�." Dr. Set h e " E� CUO Id . CJm t,a o view ?t h,lsto �y ha. no .bt'!glOfllng, as I� h� no I, . Ilell1.ich . L(-�lld . 'nd l O tor the bcgullung IS W l L b ad, Jlkcw16c tbe cndlng, " J ' u Ch ri t ,�am i n co t h is w orl d as a r vetatio n of God , "Cur ta �n. Callers ' one ilnd ror a l l . " Election ot Curtni rl Call 01 i cerB Dr. chnack"nb"g � .. "I n [ernlS I: ((lid dolla. rs :lnd cen ts, America profited from \ CUl omph· t d · al a me ling beld larch 12, I n last Thursday nigllt, Wor Id W ar I I , " th� C . M.S. "\Var n SELF is a loss- -it cannot h a ve a p rofit. " . j n I njury can not 1lea1 W it bo u t II scar . " Now· o mcera [or the spnng semeste, :lre a � follo\\'J:j : l're�id(.>nt, j\/ an H at 1en Kathy Hendri 'k.!:! ; V ice ll l E', trlt:m, "You and I are sta ndIng in the mirror of J' udgment . . Joanne Moeller; Secretary, N ncy ' ·The goo d thac we have done WIll Ii c forever. " Turman ; Treasurel , Jean Ch r l "Only tbat day dlwns of whi h w are aware." l' i rulll o n ; I.C.C. repr s&ntat i e, Lu a n. John Rydgren RI'J·oicc ! "

en eral Donal

meet wil l b e b andm as e 1' Har· , and A tto rney v o i d.

le\; Chri stopherson. . Ni nety-fi ve s tude nt s from ,twen ty ,

BARBARA HOWARD EXCHANGE STAFF... _...__. .._.. . _ .._. . . . ........_ .._ .. DONNA SWANSON ELLEN HENR , PHYLLIS BRAN n'r col lege w il l be meeting to initiate SrORT EllJTTORS. . ·_ .. · ·-_··_-_·-······ -···· · · · · ·_····_·· ······BO B N IELSON, th i s iustrum mal even . \Va l te r t rD _ STAN KVERN. CH CK FOR Welke, host director, reports t CIRCULA'T'l O K ._ . . .. .-- _ ..__ .. .. ......._..... __ ..T HELMA NYGAARD . th e in s trum ntati on wo Ul d be e.:t· 'dARLYS SA LT ERD ECK e cau!!c lEN ' REPORT E R . _.... ... . ..._..... ...... .....E D KENNED , ceptionall y well ·balanced of tile ,."ol l ege hlent \"ll1ch 11:1 aVl UGT B •• • WER ffiR , . IARLENE STUHLMILLER, T EE N D, •\V.... ,'. , nOE, Hll L LTZI 'GER, DICK BROWN, PAUL o.bl • ASSOCIATm S'l AFI1' _ . .___ -_____ . _ .. .ROSEANNA HAHT ILL, Gu st 'onductor [or the IntercolL U1!TTA GRENT Z, MARCE lliDERGAARD. NADINE; ANDERSON . t II d , ,t "' I I " . 1" egH1. e I M � e \1 1 Iln • " ",, �ra ... DEA llA N : 1 UiTIli EULA D ALLY DAVE ENGLUND h " j t . , a II ANT. DAIIL, JOAr.; CIIElR N 1!T, JOYCE P U F'FE T e ... e c 'm), W 0 ll l c,-, C u ADVISEU,_._ .. _.... . . ___.__._._................__._._ . .. . .... ._.u: N. HOFFMAN Guggenheim Fellol hlp�. A stair

,.

Ed ucation; Youth leaders D i scuss Current Problems

E\'erct t JC ' l'llpper" . . . Tl! Yu· th spollsorsWp or the Uude tlITf'I aa che rs 01 AIIlerl",� . litl 1 h I' AJUari cR n hls lory cla sses at EJO Brothel'hoo d. o t T rinH) l..utheran h Ul't;h, lL Youth PI"Oblet: ' " arum m be Fa i th Bueltman, flutist, and t.oured the s late c a pi to l at O l y m p I a in Roger Pederson, clarinetist. Ac. gu i ded b) the �tate I'epre:! n t · t H e vas h e hl last Tuesday tl y n ug thtl CMS reMuring seven leaders In thea two repl'8Senta· from th 11 diatrlc l. Th ey met . s U 'l1 compa,nyi ng tive� of the PL band to t he three· dignitarie s as o rornor Langl!e, · C(;\ uca11 o n aud yout h impl'o vem !lt A lte nd in g

I n terco l J egiate

8611

Student

the

Items Fr The E XC h a n ge D es

Parkland Centre

5

MARY TOMMERVIK'S

Pa 18 d uel 0 I Servic,e 1 20th & Pacific: Ave.

GRanite . 8684


T H E M OO R I N G M A ST

Ce tral ----d Inramural In Tola Point Sta IS 'ic The po i n t totals Of the i n

amural I ag les up to date show thm 100 points mo re tllan its

Cenu'al Pal'kland is I e ding the ' eld, hayjrrg .

Ilearest rlv

'en lra.l scored first in touch football, College Le agu e basket bal l (tnn sin gl e !:! 01' ta hIe tennis, and llii!'d in University League Basketball md the FI'e _ UII' w contest to give them their league ' h

to t a l s

ach dIstrict s hoW,

for

Centra l with

�'��hPI:�:.t l�!:���� ��

l

!

532. 2 : Clover Creek fifth with �antl Western . ixth with 135.1 . C ntr a l

.

I Pos te d � �!�: l 8ase b a.II 8-11 P Ia y f Ch eney F·Ie Id

H.9 ; TaCOIll a in secI

1

477.7

Pacillc

PoI n ts

oll ege

Lutheran

Tacoma, Easl Park. In Firs t Place Tie

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353. Following close belJlnd ilie leal1era was

I

bl

·throw

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TCllll1

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E

.

tests.

A pr i l

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a

conslat:;

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...... _.__

9---S e attle Pacific, th ere.

April 1 8--S eatt l e U., there.

l:JO .O

Apri l 23-Weat. Wash"

..350.0

llh� co-clmJDIIl! .;1

here .

Apri l 29-P uget Sound, there. M ay

1-West.

M ay

4-Seattle Pacific, here.

.

Wash., there.

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Apparel of Distinction Park l a nd Centre B l dg.

lhe allier'

Ca rn iva l Delays Vol leyba l l Action

laki ng plaC:8 in the gym tbls

past

the: intramural voll ey b I I leah'1le has been delayed I n starting.

week

Howel'er,

t am

rost ers lul.ve beeu

'rbe ,l ctlon will take p l ace on

'l'uesday

and

ThlU'sday

I spr DS' "portB. Be

evening!!,

th(' iltternoons b ing taken up with

urI'!

{)

ch ck the

blll l e tl n boards for the sehedule.

SWEATER CENTER

xpulslon

a.

ro

a.

--• . _.

total of as

I

prll 17, by

C u r tal n Call 11a, e no\\ been select i

I

ed. Johnson,

dir . -Uon

the

of

"East Am Eaet ,

Glen ! LOI'is

.

I

Z' lI man po r ! 'ays Libby ; Bob J oh n· \ son,

St

..

elJ.;

La

Wanna

Jean

H Uber,

lien el' A usl, Tw igi Christensen

Fire,"

with

Christansen,

Bob

Ilnd

dlrects

Beatty

f Marti n Wade ; Ursula

Waue ;

Ol s en ; and.

Kathy Hinrichs, Anna

Bob W heat ly, a man. TH O S E

_ ._ . .

The cont es t li�ted contes tants.

and . , \ II at 1<'lre,

to lie preSp.ll ted Frida .

playing the part

BR 4448

-

��, �/!��.n�?��i'1 Ma.rlan

Sweaters

__ _._

ilie league.

"East Am Eust,"

"'Wheat

Ja ntze n T-S hi rts

.....

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y aI', 'ter 11 adi n 'will .

Bob Nielsen as Arclut b old.

Van H e u s e n T-S hi rts

.

lieges.

T�o One-Acts

DelilH.b ;

D a y S l a cks

_

ken, p ossl b l , it ill reported,

Under

for G U Y ' and GALS!

..

r ul e within

play will. begin next. Tuesday, M al'.

Featuri n g

_

..

Whitworth v10la e any conrerence

submi tted trom most ill stricts and

E L O 'S MEN'S WEAR

....

The pe n alty I mplies that shou l(l

Because ot the many activiti s be

:J I

:

...

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.

LA U RINAT'S APPAREL

1�4 PAC I F I C

. ... . .

. _ __

.

Bud

__

-.- ...... - ... ............. 62.0 time tile onl) team to one of t.he�e games , but played two pecit!c lime of each gamtl . . .76.0 lalra. mar wlUJout flel mi.-slon. 'fhls in· qu. lltj ror lhe tb cd rollllU III beeJl .. . . . . __ ___ .. .'1 II I \\111 he posted later. frncti01l llod t hat ot Ul:Iing all 1 1' the SOl" son ·. 'i laen l;ombln with . . . . _ . _. .. _ .__ .2.1) t>l I gible pl llYA\"!, ware t he cbargtlB of

.....

0"

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ble Tennis ..

While

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

'r p·Throw

each,

Tacoma I 83 1 nomn . _77 Ohr! Uan!len _ 7 1 _ anson 7 sl k _.70 1 1 -31·wa.a1d 71 Hogglclltu.d _6:; 1 -"11 l1! 1; 'vindland 55 ! D. Lal1!on . -. .1'" -I Total 35:! I Total aG2

Ea&tern Fi nk . _ __ ..

W est e r n

.

79

Lesl1r, Hull Rom n e and Art S ·nn· lion follo wed with 7'1>, 77 null 75,

ing PonCJ Tourney e ms P rtici ate

of nill e

fungi

May

kelbal l

Tobiason o! Central were Ule next

, doRest WltJl

Adams, a n d Terry Sverdsten.

May

!)ot ba.1l

Chrlsti::"llson of E Slern and J:toland

A p r I l 1 5-Pug�t Sound, h ere.

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. . __ .. ... _ _ _ ... _ • • _._.

IndlvlduuJ blgh scan r r the con· tes t <as Al 1: ink of the chnm plon E: ten 6t}ltud w i th l! . 0 0 r d o n

Apri l l3-St. Martin'., here.

_ .• ___ •.

&te r n

()

as

fifth place, Ivy Hall with 183.

111 also be Ute scene ot all CP:; :iclledultl

Parkland in llllrd

lover Creek Hall w i t h 297 and 1n

home tilt�.

The

'entral

plac e ",ith a t tal of :�34. Next

..

tloublellcauers aoo t

ha

, I.ng totals were exactly the Ilame--

I

. .

.....

Parkland

n e hig est scores Cram each dis­ trict were added and t e lwo result­

.

... .

. . ..

.

Eastern

contest concludNI Ja!:!t Frl day,

.

..

and

Tacoma

tied for tirst place in the tree-l.hrow

-2:l7.5 p lay th" tul l Ev ergreen conlere nce 0 Umlt [ twenty baseball gwne;, lhlb . ._ . .. . .. .. . . . . . .. . .4.5\1 spring, C o ach l arv Harshman au, .. ... . . . .. . . 5�.4 ... .. . .. . . .... . ... e .. .... . . Fr e-throw o n "V ednesday. ia ble TennIs ._. . __ . _ .. _._._ . .105.0 J1 u. ceu I II C O L L E G E L E AG U E C H A M PS-C e ntral Park l a n d "Bibs" Wo n th e Co l A l l the r, u t 5 ' bome game� Tacoma be 1J layed at Cheney Ii'leld, lormer· lege League with a record .of 1 3 wins and 5 l oses. P i ctured above _ ___ ._1 ·5.0 ... . __ . __.. fuulhaU l y known ad "'riger Park," whicll are, I . to r.j Don Chesterf i e l d , B o b Sorenson, Bob N i e l se n , BDb M c­ nasketball __ .. ____ ..___ ___ ._260.0 :-ootbnll . etball P .

3

M A RC H 20, 1953

I

FA M O U S -

'HAMBURGERS IN THE RUFF" Fried C h icke n &. Se a Food

RICHARD'S SNACK BAR at 82nd O n Pacific

Ope n Ti l l 2:00 Fri. &. S at.

G EN E RAL AUTOMO B I LE

Take-Out Order.

R E PAI RING

LA IATO R GARAGE

GRanite 9946

1 2 2nd � Pacific

PAR K LA N D XXX Parkland

" I f you t h i n k we're busy now-you sh o u l d come In som t:t1m e w h e n

it a i n 't f i n a l week."

Two BJocb North

IVE-IN

00

Mt.

war

PO EL 1ST 18 liNG COM ANY

1 40TH & PACIFIC

PHONE GR. 8621

M O B IL Stove and Diesel OU, AUTOMATIC FILL-UP SERVICE Westinghouse and Frigidaire App iances


T H E M OO R I N G MAST M A R C H 20,

963

� 0 Cr a ers � IT nea r Quartette ___ .,... 0

m usJ ca. l

by PLC's

will

hlgb-

T uesd

JIIIl:, , -hO wa b�nl III I:!t hll a n i a, . II spe,tl of het experiences 111

JI.m. in ihe To

er

cou nte her nauve .1

I

_

an

Ernie Johnson, Reid .I"rencb, Hel" pp te Lu\'aa s, IVH! slug N",ve , "'Vere You T here ,Vh.en

'l'h e y C ru

h Lor ?" and "Loo k

to Heaven."

('WeI!

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.

'

wn y

bade

farewe1 1 to

the

only

.l

ox

m aYb e . e

across

loo king

of

'

th

w

l'andy tot a l ty inta.ct

night.

wake u p III the morning air. Bob Youl1e� lnuud an o l d ll o m estear! not far from t he ti re- ' h a n gIn g s cene and iuvit d ever one OVf'r to ve a look at tile o ne-room "I1ala' : ' Inside we found a pot on

Art's Shoe Shop

out flnd

Garfield Street

REP

thei r

-

QU!.LITY DYEING IRING

In Bi g Timber, Sigrid Tollelson's

9

Qualit

WAT HES

O p posite

a.m. to

N at'l

9 p . rn

Bank

of

SILVER

STELLA ' S FLOWERS Artisrry i n Flowers

Since 1 8 8 9

Parklnnd Center

MIEROW'S

1 10��c�o��way

'

DANIELS

i

" Fa culty

those

Daze" ke p t

I' ts viewers e co m p a s s a d in hil.ar! . us I aughte!" d U ri n g Its enti�p. •• .

sentation.

I

.

. T O. gIve t he "daze " a m irthtlll

lJ�

g mn ng, Dr. J . P. Prlu eger i terIJre­

:

t d In

humor

us mann e

.

t'

'Vlth Professor

II

a re,tll-

of n l o a ha e an d pe {o l wed re k s J � poem . an>:i origina.l ,nth

ad as "Prexy," th �!lo l

e ! he E'll . IrJg 'I : esso S vare . w·a.s the r l��ligbt P rof dean at W O lllen, Miss A.tJclleison me

l

a

'

. e perFollowIng these + _. ue to lit ... fotJ:Uan 'es Dr. Ver no n Utzinger and or­ Hss M C1Gr gar dramat ically p lra.y d the skit the "IIigbwaym.an;" . 'I' he gallant \tem l'aptw'ed the !..tear t . l ady fair on a wooden hoI'S&' ot hIS

l

.ra .-,utt

,vas

I

JUIcY I

,i.Ild some ol d raggy laundry. \V e did n ' t 10rg",t Lh kl d' s blrtlI-

the dean of men, and Dwight

���! "

.

p

lay d e

ol r e

tbe

Of

Dean

Tears at laughter aimost Doode ei the r, for instance wilen Eliea the CaUl' sOllg cIUl'ellti who wem ,)ut l e presented l"eJ b rg turli d 21, o in Ilainty e p h er with a ju.mp I"o pe Il n ti when l!;\i th r ugh th ir aces a ttired ' skirts anu feminllle bloru;es, The Ken n ed y became a 20 year-old boy u w s co mpo ll ed 01 bl ac k nylon ha1rnet. charming Q ulter h e rece lYed i n e s c o m e , " U- msta.d, Th e Rhy th eltCl:! practicall " Cra zy " ur men 0. Rtll! lin!', ,lor-dull! and 01. e n. s e umday \.hytl;ilu" � t je'L t vuc each i g tl e t On with the show and in ra pid I tiro 1 n e�::Hon came th e PE de part­ ho progl" I e memer ug h t se events e Al t t skI t on phy s i C ' 1 fitn ess, tha orable ones on the 11'1]1, th ey were ill

vte

day

b y no meallS the high-points. Whe n

i

w� left ml� ued

t h s c hO O L Dr. Eas tvol d ree us that WI) were " l i vi ng

a

the pe ople as ke d

s olo , which she did'

ePlst,l.es of Paci fi c Lutl1eran COI. h wa s when w e s a ng t o relege.

,

w

dating scienc e and a sp eo lal kind. of duet by P rofesso rs Schnat::k enb erg an d A k re.

I

I

Wash

-

JEWELRY

the

i � w.�

WEDDING� CORSAGES FUNERALS

DIAMOND

pres e n t,

i nterpretation of facu l ty' . T he tll e L e tterme n' mi. stre l show 'o n' b eaul liully. r'sed i th el u d ed a p ro gram \\ ht h ge ne rat(>r � p live a udlenc e l; or conve All during the tri p w e we re bu y- C d spi ri t In evel") act th e many wonderfUl people W Blet enthusias m ing hats, trying to out-do everyi)I� I�t o ur gr ate t pleltsul"e ea e . The stUdents r � ct ion h a s been a I else w ith the impracticality of our '1 h e frlendsb!p.:; we gai n ed d u rmg of gr atefulness lor tlle fa ul ty'S 1I'chap Itu. In Butte, with Choir Mom, e npt t Blake LC au ill lit utlon lit! \ 'itll trip < m O ll " o ut ,e l l t 7Il.rs . K nOIT and Prof. Ne w u ha m 08 r� ," yer�:on � IS a m em ber of one people we met along the way �l1e J I l?ges. ltJe two mos t rig i nal ereh.t ppy famlly. I g, b o ,8 tile p:lrt of Ie t ur , e l'hal1 , a t i o ns were spottecl on t h e head ti 1 :---------___ .. he nsh lo ngest. f " ra rtin Sim O ll!\ and Di ane BasI sett !\-[rs. Kn o rr's name did not a p p ear on the advanc" honsing lis t /10 a h TRICKS JOKES . MAGIC h ad to take what accommod ti on s La u n d ry S e rvic e COS1 UIUCb Tuxedoes • Serpentine enthusiastic ffered with 926:4 Broadway M PariJa.nd Centre Bldg. 4861

her to s i ng

old h om e town,

Patty Ann Bakery

Headquarrers foe-

enjoyment and satisfaction of

o p ened pac kage revea.l ed l'B ! SUlek o f Bill Leed's old love lett

x

things up

faculty wI'11 "" h�

. aiglllnen t gIvers, but al s o Bl! the ca. m pus com edians . M u ch t o the

'I

w aited tlagerly tor Ws appearance. Fi na l ly he cam e to tlIa rescue. The

I

iut

'

Brown

kn own not an1y as t h €I ruthless as-

WI1�

[01' us. The I' WB h O pp ed rigllt b efore our co n cert and to l d gt .ase 1I1O nl-ey suits and us h ow mucll this e ve.ri e n c e o t b egan c h a n ging the ti r e . As .it was 8i I;ing with the chair w i l l mean to I�ATROl'll'1ZE OUR ADVERTISERS only 7 : 30 ill the mornIng, most 01 us aft er e ge t ou t o f school. Vv'e th e kids we\eomed a chance to get sang one of our best concerts t.hat

graduation exe rc i ses.

IIsie FesUvlll a l d

w

The

.

by Dick

F'rom now on th e

a

hp1 we reached S poka n e 1 ·a.s l he e o e belongi n g to Yaren Kv rn \v h o n , min I e ''lIth n two-fo l d purpo s d n put Ull a vel" bUff re si sta n c e to aU ilie start 0 1 the 1\1 oorw", •:\11 ast w i ll ' weet-trJothed friends UILt"! Montana State C oll ege . Later in the of II r not attempt to publish the ....Just next TtI.'tldIlY. afternoon the MSC choir and our WI' ,It, larch 23-27 beca use at mWgw"Oute [rem S i dn e y to Hig Tim own cbolr joined u n d e r the dIrec1'01seBle"ter a..xaml naUo llB and . er M,on�a.:l a ,. �'. 3 5-m lle . •rlp, bus � io n of M e ly in Monson, fo rm e r p ro lowing week becau se at Easter va:, fessor of education a t PLC, t o s ing muclt fter a and t, fl,' a qUIred ac 37 fr , . �tell icl! w om 'Ved ne� ca tio n h d 7 . co nsideration o f tile llIalter, 'ren-y "Beautiful Savior." Every pa rt1dday, AprLl 1 to Tuesday Aprll pant I�al! thrilled and w e a11 c lapped e w o u ld hav e to s to p un !'Cldee! 'With the (lnanda l sl lua tio Jl w hi,'h d fini shed . repai r it. W" found oUT'Seh'es in the for o urs e h " e s Wh E'1l we 'wll1 1' sui t, the Ma t will be able to ' D ari e n Waldron. PLC '52, t reatmiddle of s a ge blush, the air was bring to Hs readers an enlarge d th e c hai r [. r sonc.el royally , hil e [["ost and the sun \\Il!; ma lt ing a Issue with numerous pi t es to ave u s a p e p t a l k va l la l1t effort to 1'1. e and warm In B o ze man. She g cover the Drama-

S tudents will be able to feast on sh sea.-water clams this Sunday

pas tu re chasing a mean '1'0 Honsnlc we 130m w lui.t s urprh;ed t u rkey, t ryi ng to get ' 1105t& Pas .or 0 1 on sai u " "011 'Jon' l f o r hill hat. Ca.meras c l i cke d fe 1 bad ; sue' i l ea t enough for two. " {eatlIer . Along he wa.y we rel.: eived ' sec_ he n the turkey, at least a. 'lO-pound ond UI'llrlse J.)ackuge ! t"Om the L�A bt rd , started c hasing Herb. At Bozeman, Montana, we wer e the first be mg ,!Llldy. -ince it stated that Pastor Olson c o rdi a l ly received by th e SP HS, �XPl" ssl_ o e pa c kage , the rest of us the n p wh o con d uct e d us on a tOUI' ot

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With a warm se n d off by t h e the stove filled w i th some rather a ternoon when B lue f Key, national (lcaronl, and LS A, P rofessor Wei ss and Dr. S. C. an ci e n t dried green en's honorary, will sponsor a clam Eastvold, the Choir of the West Ifllt an old coffee pot h angi n g from the e ed in the upp er SUB from 4 t o . unday, March I, fo r a singing tour ceiling. The table was cluttered 5 .' n o " th a charge o 'l 5 c en s to r t t , "I " which took our 59-voice agg regati on with moldy jelly glasses 'and ca ke d each dozen clams. . . f' ast as WI. l i l. s to n N orth Ua- plat s. 'WhIle some o( u s were. oft as al Accor d ing to Go rdo n Wi kner I . . . on Lhl s pa rtIcular exploratIOn th e "ot a. . f the " : e d: it is being rest o f the ki ds had di s Covtn:e d a Be fore r e r ry Sver'ds ten's bus " :1 7 ' hdd to l aI 8 e funds !Il ord er to s en d . and Ted Grotjohn's bus "38" pulled solidly frozen creek. They hatt star t- one a�d two rep esentatlv es :: kat i n� aeruss this i n a not too aw t� fro m the C-M-S, a s p i k e haa ed to the natIOnal B lu e Key conven. . So m 0 " v I the � to be pUlled fr o m aile 01' t.h e Im ge I IH rp�SiOl1il'\ m,ll laar. t IOn to b h e l d lll� L os Angeles ,''1ar. "on-till" tires O-l "38." Housed f ro m a com- IlO. as wpre hila rious as our J �. " 'J 1 wouah Ap r·'1 . . , , 0 . .. 1I0t " ' ph o tographel's \\' i I I s o 0 n oj lles ( ol'tab le Suuduy mornmg sno o ze. lams, co l f e e " 1 1 1 b e ldes the all proved to be lhe llary '{"ommervi1{, J\14st arlvI"l'tiser, p ro - e_ 'Vn l t Bol d f r I O cents, clam n ectar tor f te l' most pa w e l" fu. slloe s ka ter and w i b ly eiped " x the tire. 10 ' : \t s . u P. and brea ' :.nd bu t.co ntortto ' this tal se st art, we of t h e CllOI !" 1\ ent throngll man) tel' for 10 cents . ' with the tiuellse of Sonja H t! n i , . ga u ll re:l:c,l nul' u,al'-s t 'l in .d i aueti ' peo il l e who hall requested t wo bOYS. lIe rll Neve WI S seen dashi n15 he wIndow;; of t.l e buses anti .o

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re)nalnder of the C&lt will be ·com· Po.ed of students In the college. . Noah, Walter Abel ; Mama. Jea.n ChristlaDson;

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!Jon, DaTis; · Monkey. Cathy HIn· nchs; Elephant. Bob. �Usen ; Co"?!", Marian Christiansen; Tiger, Paul Steen: Woll. Bob Johnaon. Lamb, Huber. Stage :man.age.r ror the production I, Dale Keller; and

the llgbt techn!clan Is Ke:a John· , son. Directing the cast Is professor Theodore KarL Assistant director Is

Miss Jean ·McGregor.. 'Morry Hendreick80D Is- stu.ilent assistaut director.

Previously announced guest art· ists of the U53 Fe8tival are Thomas L. Thomas, baritone, who wtll .be

the auditorium.

Gordon graduated as salatatorian

from Ephrata High school, His fami· ly home is no'" In Aberdeen, Wallh-

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Death Tak� Dr. TJnglestaci

as Ma.cDulr on TV's finat producUon of "MacBe�" age Home," "The Sea Gull," Becomee Electra." "I Lo"t"e An Thi. year's FesU.,.al drama. 1a I and "Merrily We !toll "Noah." by Andre Obey. Mr. Abel c , "Will take the part. of Noah and " the

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tbe Refonnation. When uked .. . why 'he cbose medicine .. . .....

feSBion. �he replied that It wu ....

cause her Intere.La have al..,. �en ("oonected with scl.nctl. A blology cbemlstry lPaJor &ad hiBtory minor, Jim Kautb. balIa

from Kennewick, Wuh ao.. O! his activlUes Include Qermaa et6-

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{leld of medicine wu "aD \lMDdt..

Interest in the tleld or aclttae:e ...

to fulfill &II be�t I can la, ...... Qbl!K411on lo...xny , feUow 1D&D willdl J/feel f "can accompUab Ie tM .,...

of medicine." Jim added. "Il ..... was a tremendOtil tIlrIIl to " .. cepted after such a lon waiL" . Rieke Active 1ft M8fty '1.... Bill Rieke, clalm.1q � Wash. as hi_ home UWll, .a � • biology-cbeml.try malor wt... . German mInor. DarI.Da .... .... years he h.u been OD t.be r.-n squ a , haa been preeIcIeDt of ..... German club, and acted I. lIMI ... acIIy 0f presIdenI 0f ., � -.---..... _ --..:.

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IDgtoD With blgb scbolastlc stand· ad 1ngs In his college work, Gordon - l concert Ucketa on one stde 0f the c alll. PrelenlI1 be .. .......,. mila he once had musical &Spira· lobby. of Old Main fnr $1.00 and treasurer of Blue � ... .. .. Uone-he wanted to be a pianist. Kleenex for those not �ttend1ng t f Ria brother F"red a for $1.19 on the other side. t ... teaching as8istantshlp at the Unt"'1. • . ..._....�_�"="":"---' v.i'1Il ly of CalIfornia. (CoatUicoocl _ .... I,

.tOT 'Noah ' in Festival Comp.teting the ist of p:eadtiners for the se�<?Dd annual DramaMusic Festiva.l is starl of srage, .sctftD.and tet.e"V.lslon• Walter Abel. Mr. Abel is a veteran of some sixty mOVies, has play.ed �umtrouS television sbows. and on Broa�wa.y has ae�ed l�, � Wisteria Trees" with· HeI.n Hayes. Wmgl... Victory With Loilg

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Illinois He won the Caasavant dcholarship and will leave W9.sh· next Wednetiday evening at 8 15. He Ington In September� to take up ble Is not,...e.nly one of the top organists duties with a profe8sor at the large of our times, but also a showman of universitY. He will probably assist high calibre. He makes a -gran'l in 80me field or industry or raentrance In a swishing purple cape searcb. Usually, Gordon noted, tb , and during a performance may have profes80r � s working on a con tract t his audience sing several song8. for the governmeQL � Along with his duties &8 an e f Virgil. Fox Is fast Th " s...· d· s nonym for a thrilling slstant, Gordon will be �kl�g beCo colorful and mas'terfullY wrought uate .work in hla �ajor f�eld. Tbe concert of the

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"I am fer)' pleaaed that Gordon LONDON-"A complete master Wlkner will be able to continue bls of bls instrument . . :' a fine school like N�rth· TORONTO-"Genlu Virgil toux pursuits at � western, Dr. O. "M. Jordab� stated . paints tones . . . Tuesday aa ' he revealed neWB of BOSTON-"Vlrile, dynamiC, in · Gordon.s $1740 scholarship to North· splratlonal . . :' western Univer8lty. and 80 when we have a cbance to Gordon Wlwner, a senior, major· hear Virgil Fox here on our own Ing in physics and mathematica e:P"" campus, we feel we have a right lO "ued February 15 for an assistant· stand up and 8hout a bit about iL ship In physics at the school In

tbe final work of the float. The program centers around a Last year·s float, which depicted grandmother wbo, in an e(fort to a large GladtatCf's head and helmet get her grandchildren to sleep, tells I won an honorable mention, but this them a story. The story take8 place year' float. JObnson feels, wllt'"far s one afternoon 'Wben she was In ber surpass PLC's first contribution to late teens. From here tbe various . On the sides of the darfodil parade. rouBlc&} numbers and acts work In the noat will be an outline of the to make up tbe show. United States and ' within thl8 will Those taking part In the show are: . be a miniature reproduction of the Annie Romdtvedt, Connie Bjorson\ l Chapel-Muslc·Speech buUdlng. On Bill Catell, Myrna Berg. Cal Capen· lhe back or the noal a transition er, Ron Smith, Richard Rhea, Dick from covere-d wagon days to an In· Myklng. Topper Neilson. Rutb dustrial skyll"!?-e will be depicted to wang. Marlene Stuhlmlller, Gordo repre8ent the advance of the NorthHuesby. Shirley Buschtng,. Tom we8t in this centennial year. Swlndland, Grover Akre, Lorl8 Zet I· Along with Bob Johnson, general mer, Ellen McConnell, and Bonnie chairman, Pro�e8sor Robert John· Classen. IOn of the Industrial Arts departStan Halsman and Herdls Michael· ment bas devoted time and energy son are co-chalrmen of the coordl· to the construction of the noat. Conating committee, �hich consiSts of cha.1rmen .r e J. P. Carlstrom and Ida Jo Gronke. J erry Slattum, BarBob Beaity; construction foreman bara McDonald, and Nancy Helland. is Jerry Sunby; designer Is BtU KulOther committees are: Costumes, berg, and cut-out chairman Is CarSharon Kinzer; properties, Ruth ron K. Kastene. Sather and Dorothy Hanson; sta�.

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The " Mooring Maat" takes th l. opportunity to expre.. Jhe .ym· pathy of the .tudent body to the bereaved family of the late Dr. 0:- A. . Tlng.l....d. who pa..ed away, April " at hie home In Decorah, Iowa. Although thl. dlltlngul.hed ,entleman w..e an outltllndlng Pe...n.llt)' In "'any field. of C hrlatlan "rYlee, he will be beat remembered. by. the P C family. · Pre.ldent for hl. contributlon of the coli'll_ from 1128 to 1G4S. Dr. Tlnget8tad w.. o�alned Into the Lutheran mlnlatry In , 1 107 and Hrved a parish I n Sea· ttl, unt.1I 1 909, at which time he Joined the facul.ty of Luther Col· lege In Decorah. In 1H5, he recelved the degree of Doctor of He left Luther In

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1927 to accept the pre.ldency- of our college. .Although 01"'. TI.Q8Je.tad rctUl"'n'ed to Decorah In 1943 to again a..ume a po.ltlon on Y'e Luther College faculty, he maintalned hi. vlul (nfereel In PL'C,

anq- faat .pl"'lng the latter beatow� ed on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity. M I.. Gertrude Tlngleatad, PLC lIJ:aral"'lan and niece of Pl"'. T I.nglcatad, I. with her family In Decorah at ,he pl"'eaent.

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were . nominated. �80 feat� at and .Profeuor ... . ...=... .. the meeting was a talk 'glven\ bJ' epe.a:1r. on the .... totk ,.-.Mrs'. Widner, " representaUve from colora are ta........ ,.... ... the Merele Norman CoameUc Stu-· rreen. Vocal ....... ... .. .... dJo. She spoke on the care of the , en by EleaDOr Ha--. a.. ....

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ner-<late atra1r an Dr. J. P. ....... . _ Nominees are aB follows: Preal- Mrs. Holstad aDd .... __ Wanna Thorson, La dent, Barbara Wlck.trom. �""" Ie -. Huber. Jean Ronken; Secretary, Rlgen.. metic8.

Patty Perkins, June Wlgdaht, Marlen. Stuhlmlller; Treasurer, Carol Odegaard, Rose Lar8on ; I.C.C. rrp"" , llDe resentaUve, Joan Chernut, A . Stewart. Rose Kroeg�r ; Social cb.&1r-

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wards tea to be given by the A..W.S. dred Van Ba:rea-D. e ' -...... At thIs time 'glrls will be tapped for ClareDe 9at.erU-DIaa _. Spurs and Tassela and two gcholar- Berc·JelI"J · r.:n..... �

Along." Some of his movies are : 8ef.l7"The Kid fr:om Brooklyn," "KIss presented on Thsnday, May 7, and ships wHl be given to dese"lng Don Keith, and T e I t," "The Fabulous J oe," Dr. Stanley Chapple. director of �he ..� ..� s. gir fre8hma� ) "Once My Love," and "13 Rue Made(� _ .... f) (Continu�d .on Page 2) 1 ... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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At the bome ot Mrs. E. C. Knorr , on Wednesday 30 women honor students wer� entertt.lned at an 10Tuesday evening, April 1-1 , . 0ftee hour ror the Tassels, the Lady Lutes wilt hear Mrs. Benlo' ) omen's honorary. rancis Brrd trom the Washington F Arter cake and coffee were serv- State Dairy Council talk on the 1 ed, Mrs. Irene Creso, prole"or 01 subject 01 meal planning and loods. operetta wltb mualc by Scbubert as ,Blolo8}', spoke to the gathered Slidee will alao be' ahow' to tbe stuadapted b y Sigmund Romberg, The guests o n' the'"subject a t chaUen,es dent wives' organisation a s tbey t oc a ri n their m thly fa e ' , B l l Q� �I_ ly O rs O e , Planned for 7: 30 the meeting wlll larly In the choral ensembles, whicb Ing educaUon, was awarded tlie UUe Evangelism, a vital topic tor all are ;q Important In any operetta. at H01lorary Tallel by the group. clole with retrelhmenla. Mrs. AndPLC studenla, will be discussed by The solo singing at the leading Special .guestS 'present were Mrs. rew Worley, and ' Mrs, Luther Asper a panel, at" t,o���dal�6,: 30 R·m . player� was credita"ble throughout. ,S. C. Ei.stV�d, Mrs. Val�rg HOI- are c�h08te88e8 tor the event. They I� the Suu.: - " . ���_�!\�m!-� -;--!Wl\C..:. 1P\�-1 ' O.-of :. �t- �_Wlcks . -�. �"' IJlli�:cafte!- Pf6Vld�'.:�ir UruB1�l· 8lil�'�· Mii , -;-;'p: ' Evangelism on the college campus high pOint of the. ·evenll!8'. singing and Miss Takal, adviser tO�els. Ivory I nthe· td!le decorations. poured. also who Schubert's NominaUons, tor next , yelU':s of­ 8. tn be Matia,r wfil "Ave light, and In the worJd In general l:- loccur during the ' brief Committees working on the honor flcers wU considered by Kathy Biery, Da;e, clear, e:r.pr�sslve s o p r a n 0 ·that Ensberg, Herb Neve and SaUm brought torth much of the simple tea Included Grace Foege, enter- business meeUn•. Lutes are reminded by Lady All taJnment .Invltabeauty Hansen, song the Eleanor of ; 1t though be even will Mitre. Acting as moderator ' was taken at a dlstractlngly fast tions ; Phyllis Maltuhn and Beverly Mrs. Arthur Wolden, president, to Rev. Roe. pick up their vanilla at the lounge Green, refreshments. ' tempo. 300 High school productions do not Evelyn E. Peterson, ' Harriet of the college golf course. Some 300 Luther Leaguers from claim Marilyn Engstrom. Joan Shull. finesse, professional to and guests the Puget Sound area will criticize them on that basis' Is to French, Janet Klippen, Mary Olson. Meet Students '(Con't.) at L.S.A. · on the campus Sunday, mlas the poillt entirely. However, !-farlanne Pfeiffer, Faith Buelt( Con�nued trom Page One) April 19. if an overall weakness �ay be mann, Janet Franklln, Karen Kvern. "'\:r.treme relief and , grati.tude and This annual affair sponsored eaeh pointed out, it would be In the act· Iris Nordman, Mlna Ruen, Suzanne anUclpation of enacting my hl«hest spring by L.S.A. wIll include con. ing and stage presence of the" �rln- Skublnna, Roberta Blrkedahl, Thel- poaslble effort toward ttie_ reaUza­ Unuous tours ot the campus durclpal players. A little more atten- IDa Nygaard, Joan Werle attended. tion ot a ' goal of a Bucceasful doc­ ing the afternoon. supper in the tion to genuine interpretation rather Tassels present were Marilyn tor." A natural JncUnation to science c dining hall and a spe ial program than conventional gestures and �jarf, Grace Foege. Beverly Green, and a desire to sene humanlty were at 6.)0 In the C-M-S- auditorium. voice Inflections wOllld'be desirable. Phyllis 'Maltzahn, Betty Riggers, the two reasons he gan tor cboos'Chairman tor the event Is Soph' The exception was Herb Floyd. who Naomi Roe and Dolores Sherv,lk. Ing medIcine ae f'profeaalon. omore Bob Keller. plaYed the Inevitable operetta comApplicants to the medical school _ .Ie-In this case Mr. Kranz-with mUlllt 8'0 througb a llIeriel ot many • ' ,pontaneou. wit. step. belore they are accepted. Tbe The prodUction, ably directed by main IlIteplll Include a written test to Mrs. Margaret Goheen, was aCtend· omorrow t.ltken1tUOu..o the many testing ed by a sizeable audience wbtch tLte'i=it.brougbout the c�ntry and e Stepping to the tunes of two new to hesitate t in a Its cate t the student recelTea a aatJs factory to dJ p. marches, "Invercarglll" and "Col· ! :� v / grade, he Is called tor an Interview, onel Bogey," the band will be an$5 ' Ed Kennedy oral e:r.amlnatJon, before the �board other PLC entry In the Daffodil of admJl!Isfons at the UniversIty. parade . tomorrow morning in Ta� ' $10 $7,50 The student 18 then noUfIed. whether ( coma. Leland Roseburg, drum maj- PA1'I\ONlZE om ADVER.TISEaS I or not he lJa.s been accepted. or, wUl direct ant! lead the maneuv·

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Cifidermen Set Lutes in Twin Victory 12-1, 13-5 Over FalcoDS Thursday afternoon he,\ PLC er, with two out an.d. men on first now, atter having turne t Baseball team swept a double-head· and 'second the "runners attempted shape the past three weeki, ) r e trom e SealUe Pacirtc College I a double steal. Hanao� stopped his for . Prospects tor the team look !alrly Fa1cones at Lower Woodland In

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It you are Interested In pursuing I a career'ln the United States Air Force Meterologtcal Service. MaJor ; Glyn Durston. Air Weather Service representative will be on the PLC campus tor conterence's Tuesday. I April 14 .• Appointments should _be �ade with Qr. Johdah1. Conferences win be in 'elther S-110 or Dr. Jo�

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er, Jean Cogburn·Don Danielson. Phyllis Brandt-Ray Babcock, Eve­ lyn :Peterson-Bob Nordeen, M a r y Engsberg-DoD Reese, 'Mina R&aen­ Jerry Schimke. ,Carol Brace-Alan HaUen. Lorna Pals-Duane Romo. Eleanor Haoson·Herb Ne�e. Bev­ erly Tranum-Terry Sverdsten, Janet Boe-Dave Roe, Evelyn R� Peterson­ Kenneth Oscarson, AlpbJld Skon­ berg-Gordon Johnaon. Janet M1ller­ AI Fink, Darlene Luiten-Dtck Krua­ lOW, Nancy Helland-Gord.l Strom, carol Banlen-Spencer AUit. LaetlUa Basebore-John Rea)". Ellen Henry­ JerT'T Sheff�llI.

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. .' by ' Ed K� n nedY ' U any man can prove that the organ Is the Idng of. all instrumelita, certainly Virgil Fox can. Last Wednesday In the Chapel AudItortum he . drew ' f.-nm'" the great Casavant Organ an ��tstiLnd1ng ar. ray of tooe colors, subtle 'nuances, and vibrant · cIImues that kep' a sell-out audience enthralled for well:over two hours. Fox showed his superb musician· . s�ip In the opening work Concert in F MaJor . b� Handel. There was power. b';lt there was no blast; there w�re . velvety hushed pass, , melodram· ages, but there was 0 . ••0 ' · _ a Ic cantrast. Bach s Come Sweet " I expres· ng In Its Death was stirr slveness. Seldom is Bach played 'wlth such colorful vigor and style as was heard in the monumental F C Major Toccata', In whI h Fox demo baum., Sharon KInzer, program.agj onstrated his complete mastery of . P aul Runnin , Hark Freed and ·the use� of I tht' pedalS: I . . stage. As �e: ev�, p��essed, the ., organist"s 1)laying became mote and See Picture on 4(Continued on Page 8) .

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Plans are now under way for. the May 15 senior prOductlo.,? "After Graduation Day." The Chapel·Music ill see not only Speech Building w seniors perform1ns during this evening �r entertainment" but also members of other classea and a well"known TV star, reP9rts Ver� Lesterud. chai man ot. - the program. ' Seni9rs (eatured In this y�ar's show will be Bill Rieke. Eleanor Hansen, 'Herb Neve, Vern Leste:J'Io v,d. Bob-...Nle18en and Bob Johnson. ,A.skit has also been planne:,d.� • , t

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First cornetist, Paul Steen wlll direct the' band at Cphmer�. An­ other leature or the programs· Is the brass sextet which Inclutles Marlon o n-'.d. ' Glenn " ndov, ...... Hull. B'ob Ra -# Joe Reitz and Paul Steen. Major-ettes Nadine Andre�en and Cathy SchV{erin w1ll perform at the high . schools. . Accompanying the group Is Mrs. . Edith T�dberg, wife ot the Nor-I weglan exchanp. ,Professor, carl ·T�dbel'l'. "I'm lo ' o ldas �d)_.. _ the trlp, iiebauBe � 'W111 give me (Continued on P-age �)

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L.aving at I this 'afternoon. on a four-day tour. the 52 "Wh.at Fjr. .. and "East am East:" tv:� on.-act plays, spon- the PLC auditorium, the .e._n,y . sor.d by Curtain Call, will be dramatlz.d 10 the SUB tomght at members of th_ Auguatana Choir piece PLC pand will start its third annual tour: The first program will be giv.n at Stanwood at R.ri.ight. with Manan Christ.nsen and GI.nn Johnson dir.cting, wID be pre.enled, by Ill- Women'• . host to band members. The scene "t""Wheat Fire" is set on a w�eat farm � soutb- Auxlllar.:Y 'of the LutherAn Well&re dents there will � ���_���r��_\l{��h ��t.RP�_l:b� v,er��� , _ ..-CroaaiD.&'. the C&scadea by.W&J'..Qf. _ LC?���n�e.�. .�r���j _iL �.�t!.bfe� gi ,�_?�._,..��cletY .� .n.� ;;:� ��� f.';. �ent ., . tc . . r .

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PubUahed enlT Friday durin« the ftlhoot Year' by ,tudeng of P&ctfto LutheraD Collep Entered as eecond c1aas matter, October 2, 1I5S. at the Poll omce . at Parkl&nd, WuhiDCtOll . . Oftloe: etudeDl UDlOD Tetepbone GRanIte 8111 SubicripUoll prlce-$L60 per 7e&r � bY' La Croue Printcn, I 18th Pacific Ave. � ..

More than 35 eludentB bave al­ ready reststered for the Spring RelioDal retreat to be bel,d at Luth­ er Haven, on acenic Lake Couer d' Alene near Couer d'Alene. Idaho, nut week end. . ResJltraUoD chaJrmen. Jerry Sbeffell and Terry B-ferd,len allyelterday that the regll' • trat1oD ,d8&dllne hal' �D exten4ed. to Wed.nelday or ne:a:l week. Furth· Information ma,. be obt&1ne4 from them. TopIc for lb. retreat t. "What It . meaD8 to be a Chrtlt1an." ,

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the chance to see some of this country before we go baCk to Nor­ way, and because I love mUlllc," lira. Tandberg eommented. Rev. Roy Olaon wUl also accompany the band. In.strumental In establishing the annual tour, Director Christopher· son came here in 1950. Ifhe band was com:pQsed. of 15 members when f,he tint group toured Northern WaahlQton three years ago. The 62 baad members are: dine Andreaen, Priscilla Aaper, Ian Berglund, Kathy . Biery, Brandt, Sleve B r a n d 1, Bronkhorst, Faith BUeltman, Sher· man Byrne, Eldon Davia. Ilene Drlvstuen, Joanne Emtman, Mary green, Donna Lou Erickson. Gerald FarneslI, Reid French. CUfford. Hall, Roseanna Hartlll, Charles Heimbig­ ner, Ellen Hessen. Harold HUles­ land, Tom Householder, Barbara H o w a r d, Marlene Hovland and Glenn Hull. Others Include: Slanley Jacob­ SOD, Doris Jobnson. Adrian Knut­ . zen, Diane Knutzen, Marilyn Krug, Herbert Lay, B1l1 Leed. Marlon Leonard. Ellen McConnel. D I c k Myking; Floyd . Ohman. Bernice 01son, Roger Petersen. Robert Kandoy, John. Reay, Joe ReJtz, Leland Roseburg, Cathy. Schwerin, Jerry SheffeIs, Ted Siek, Bob Sorenaen, Helen Smeby, Paul Steen, BeverlY Tranum, Roy Tribe and Jeanette Walter.

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elocle tennis tournament beginning opener agatnst Central Washington, this Saturday at 9: 00 a.m. on the the Lute tennJa squad reconTed I L 1 t�nnl8 courts Dear the gym. Those Quickly and blasted Seattle Pacific _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tbe Daffodil Pi.rade _ _ _ Last Saturday. the 11th, _ saw_ more than and 2 wbo will be com�UDI for the U�e 6·1 , at the FalcoD courts WedlJS� , although the dampening Quallty�of the latter mentioned. obacurtJ rain ld 3 ot "Top Tennle Player ot 1963" lb. day. • , most of the happenings. Tbe other eTent to wblch we make menUon5 elude : Myrna Ptannek�chen. Jane Tbe PLC-Central matcb w.:8 was the running ot the three and a quarter-mile marathon Hce 10 & Peterson, Bernie Oleen. Joan John· ba1ted because of rain last FrIday TacomL Although the roses (or daffodils •• the case may be) went to Tbru games - of last Tueeday son, Marlene Hovland, Joan Murray, at Ellens�urg, wl tb the Wildcat. night Ivy HaU,' Tacoma.: and Cen- Bobble Blrkedahl ; Myrna 'B&rg, leading a.l. Tbe one . tlnal.. IlDd the brothers Rader of Uncoln High, Tacoma and Wuhhigton State tra! are all tied tor tint place In Faith Bueltman, .Janet Olsen, Ruth tw� double. matches remaining College, .riore than the thorn. caD be claimed by a Lute, one Ted Slel. the Intramural vOJleyball league 8ather, Kathy Blerr, Donna Wat· will be made up when Central playt by name .as he pl�ced third In a field of �Irteen. When oO'e conslden with Identical recorda ot tour wins kin., Joan Emtman, Doris JobnlQll,. here nut month... Victories In thne that these lame brothers are tWQ of the belt In lbe state. the lun cOJDel out In Parkland. and ODe loas" SUU runnJng">clol8 beNancy Shlnkoethe, Carol Ed- three matchet would i1n the mads Tomorrow It lbe aa.me .UD shInes, will see the L.ute Wn-clada In bind lbe leaden � the' DeJardlnetl lund, Donna Slmklnll, Marcie. Knott, a 'Y1ctory. Pete LUTaaI,I who hold. the II� at CPS. Of couTle Saturday I. tbe theIr InlUal o;tlna e r �'wi,!h,... � � ��!:Bd_ ,!e...�� w� J Lae,UUa Bal��t... ...�nna. ,pu�. top sPGt on-.� 0.E . ��If!,.ne -wtJUlrl!7 but.DUyer� \ � ��!! _ 1! apqaoA Jette�,. ,.��outd t&\I;e tJle'_�!C!lf'.��." � ud 3, 1t�. fOo .1IOiiil to iil� � - Mften 'j-etM". I.Autelht . '·� I!It'. AlUhJ' �� FtA;. · \ ' rJ(tH Ihot.put .W1tii· lNnl"Comer' DaT'� �.r.-. or. &:U thIng concerning the lea«ue, but Ta· Stray and Phyllll Grahn. and '·place ";811 ,1n the ,one-eJded contest at ea · � d ) out around 130 r�t ana. both be and EnClan4 • CQma with �n NellGn, Donn Koesbeen getUng tbe The winner and runner up w1l1 �tle. Ivan Sep�. number three sler and Dick Lanon otrer. an Im- each . recelve a prlae. Spectators, maD. "'AI the ,only Lute -who fatled have been dropplDl' tli& ahot about 40 feet. Ted 81eil: nguret to -,tIn the poelng obstacle forethe reet of the COme IJld ciTe a 7ell for 7 ur to win. He If?lt a toUCh one mile and two-mile evenle and may polIslbly even ru� the 880. Dick Brown , 0 8�. and Stan lacobllOn will prove atrong LD the halt mlle-poeslbly tumlna In league as well u Central with Big favorite tennis playerI f 8-1 to Gerald Nort.brup of BPC. 2: . .houl,d be good enough to win. Over all, the meet Nick Kellerman and Paul Foneth, . a.e.ulla of the other matches are Umes of 10, that .hould be extremely Close with· a slight edge goLDg to the Loggers. In contrallt Is the hy J-iall varsity and the Married 'Men, have drop- all fOllow., lflth PLC pla7enJ lIlted of six tbat p.lay a. one, a tough pet1 . f'ro!D By the way, you goIrers and thOle of you who aren't, had better get the tealUe. 411 or the tlrst: Singlea-pete L�v...., de!. bun h to beat .. evidenced by the game. . J (bat eye lharpened uP. We han It that th� Lettermen's Club Is about J of theae tealll8 will not count ; Tee cds. !:; �::Oi ready to sprlnc Its annual Hole-In-one conteat. In tbJ. eYent eTen the Qn the laqua standings but only .. The league has finally aetued. Hlnqe. det, John B�rrman. $-1, 7-6'• mOlt amature I. on an eTen buls wUh the belt. Big priset, 10 we hear, pracUce pmet. ' . down to aeven team. ot the nine ._ d_ It In m1n ee Badminton Tournllment and Adrian Knutsen der. John CUD' K _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ :::: ..:' �____ L that started the leape. Two of the ODly one of the flnJt round pm•• n1ugbam, 6-2, 6-1. Doublea-L\&v.us . three entries from Central, the Bibs had been Pla7ed thru Tuesday In and Rlntu det. Lobdell and North..-----..--" l the .ln.te·. baclmlnton tourney. Dlc:k rnp. 6-3, 4-6, 8-2 ; · and Jaeger-Sep� Larson of TacOma, w .• • • al n · �n OTer DlolE · · (c.c.dneII tn. Pap 0.) �a� �k�: Nodt1'84t of Weatern. 16-11 , 10-16. �:��!� =:� ·D wtelden will travel to Seattle more precise. PO.llbly the heaT1etV and 16-12. All first round ea�ea ., work on;t.be prop-am waa the Bon. mUlt be completed wtth the lcore� 1IPlD. W". Ume to take on _e The Lutes race their toughe.t rated Seattle UnlvenJlty ata on the NInety-fourth Psalm b7 turned In to �r. Sallman by Sat bJ hI . opponenla tomorrow afternoon In D C�ef�DI. ReUbke, whJc:h was played with urd.,-• .\prll .18. Seattle when they meet the Seattle � great teelIng but whIcb leeme41 not . Spri ng 'porta UnIversity Cbleftaln.. " A remInder that men Interested to be as much a vehicle tor expres* .. Beat,Ue. now mlu11B the O'B� � " Vlrgfi F'ox as Itad been the In any Intramural .prlng IlPOrts can ebaJli s ul tw1nl, tUIl has a powert� . . Bach ror wtth Mr. and HandeL The leas towering now Sallman up 'alCn N 11IB HIGHWAY CO e ar Pasto team. Kelty an �D., c:hatrman f: the d John J.dY . l numben were piayed wtlb tlntshed o Hon81hoee. TennIl. Golf. ana that PAcine AVE. A GAaFItLD the Intramural Track meet wlIt be committee formulaUDg p1ans for the top hurlers with the ?hlettalns Ing and penetration ' often the and they h,ave a well-ba}k'nc:e team In r o oo h ld . M m1 d th listeners deemed It too ';'undane to bo t u '!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! dl O ! !!!!!!!!!! u !!!!!E! � � .�� ���� . � .::.���� . � !� .Y � �:= �l; �a�::a =�ed behind tb�m accordjnc ' l to · Harsh· clap their banda and' hence ·remaln. that it Is st1ll' tn the prellmlnary man, I ' eel aUent In awesome appireclaUon. 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Week of April 17.• 24, 19� Friday. April 17: 8 : OO--Curtaln Call Nlgbt;SUB Saturday, April 18: 9 : OQ-WAA Te��18 Tournament; 7: Oo-Sk.I Trtp, Steven Pass ; 8 : 00-American ChemIcal Society Trl-Sclfool Conven tlon. S-10S'; 1 : 00 - Alumnal Luncheon tor .senior Gtrll!J.8UB; 7 : 0O-JuDior Class Cruise

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Between 7 and· 12 o'clock Saturday, evening, April 18. the Junior class will sponsor a cruise to' Quarter Master Harbour on the boat, The Gallant Lady. The boat will leave from the Tacoma � Mart an.d a program wIll be givJth on arrival at the Harbour. . Free bot dogs and cokes wUl be served ab;o�rd ship. . The Junior class nOt oIlly guaramees a good time for all, but also a clear beautltu1 night with a brtght full moon. "How ca..n. any ona alford to m1��?" ask., Don -Kel� prealdant;

PLC's entry In the educational division of DaffodH Parade won a first prize last Saturday. A certif­ Icate of recognition Is forthcoming from the Puyallup Daffodil CO.mmlttee. "Thanks are due to many." claims Bob John80D, general ch!Urm.an. "Without the sUPP9rt of the d.,... body and the tbe· local merchants. the WQuld hav& been hn�sslble". hose ho ·An � �� � �: �� : W�� ·� i� ·� �� � �1 l. r '� � � �:� �� � � � � � f� � � �l !lon;. faculty adV1ser. April 20: ' Young, CalTOl Kastelle, Ron Chase. I2 :-1o-DRG. Day Room; 12:30 J. P: Carlstrom. Jerry Sunby, Ernest Lettermen, M-IOtl 4 :0o-.:-WA· Johnson, John Amb and Ed Roalk... k. 5: 0O-TufJels, Fourth lI100r vam, who was. also pUot tor the Lounge; 6 ·: 45-Prayer Meetnoat. Ed sacrificed his sleep for 35 ing, 9M3-B.; Missionary Emph." hours." asls Week. Tuesday, April 21 : Dean Hauge expressed the thank. 12: 30-MIssion Crusaders, TC of the faculty and stud�nt body to 6 :0o-Spurs, Second Floo.r" all the people who had given their Lounge; 7: 00-LSA CounCil, t,tme to this project at Chapel Mon­ L-116; 7 : 30-Llnne Society. day. 8-108; 9 : 15-Holly 'Hall ; MIs­ The planning of the noat was sionary Emphasis Week. done by Professor Robert Johnson and Bob Johnson. Technical draw­ Wednesday. April 22: 6 : 3O--:-Blue' Key, ASB Ottlce: Ing and design was also done by the 4 : 00-WAA, Gyp1; 7 : 30-Skl professor. Jerry Sunby and Carrol Club;. AWS, slm. Kastelle did the framing work. Missionary EmphaSis Week Roalkvam did Mt. Rainier. Sig Tol­ concluded). lefson and Ron Chase did the Horn 'h ot Plenty. Lettering was done by Thursday, Aprll 23: 12: 3O--Campus Devotions, TC Shirley Molter. Harold Hendrickson ... 6:3{)--:'-APO, eMS-122; ""' 6: 8()­ and Bob Johnson solicited. Student Council. ASB Omce; J. P. Carlstrom �onstructed the 8 : 3O-Alpha Psi. Speech Ot� Industrial scene, and the CMS was 9 , 30 - Curtail!' Call, CMS; done by Carlstrom and Marian 8 : 0 0 - Augustana C o l l e g e Taebe. Choir Conc�rt, Rock ' Island, III" OMS. PATIlONIZE OUll •n' '' '' ''MQ''.'Q Friday. AprU 24: 9 ,Oo-A1pha Sigma Lam , . South Tacoma Roller Wok; L S A Retreat. LutherhilveA. Couer d' Alene, Idaho.

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NO. 21

1953

Campus Day to Feature Grace Foege"- t:o be Crowned liy Abel CPS-PLC Softball Ga me I n I nit:ial Drama Music Fest:ival Act:ivi!y

Karen Kvem·ud Erllie Pihl Plu

If 'old man weather' cooperates, campus day will be held Tuesday, April 28. wirh (he morning hours being deVoted to cleaning the grounds and helping to turn the old chapel base­ mert( Into'a reen'arion room, and the afternoon hours being given ' 'ovtt 1.6 3 -pitnit' "a'\\-� '&i'fiual recreation ·t ime : at ,B�.f.esm.an s

on Lake Spanaway. At " In the afternoon the Lettermen of CPS and PLC wbo have not lettered In baseball will take over the baeeball field to play a softball game. The wi nners will need to

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Blue Key Chooses the latter's for Membership 16Selecting time the ne.... members l or champions be decided. e school year, Blue K y, \1 tbe coming or on tbe campus, Tuesday national junior and senior me;:: J." supervised by 16

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teacher from Independence, CiUlornla, were chosen by the class ot '54 to attend ·lhe Queen. On the sophomore ballot Kalhryn Biery at Kalls!!ell, Montana, and ?-fancy Shlnkoethe at Honolulu, Ha4 wall, were selected as members or the Queen's court.. Freshmen Thelma Nygaard or Stanwood and Janet Miller ot PUY4 alJup com plete the royalty, Queen Grace, who will be at the UnIversi ty at WashIng ton medical school next fall, 18 thrilled at the Idea ot being crowned by Walter Abel. Grace's mother has entered a

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The song recital at Marguerite Thompson last Sunday afternoon In the Student Union auditorium was a notable event, attended br a large number of students, faculll, and guests. The contralto's Ur5t group contained two very InterestIng works: "Invocatton of Orpheus," by J a c o p Perl, supposedly the composer of tbe rtrst opera, and "Arlanna's Lament." the only sur· vlvlng fragment of :Monteverdl's (Second Game) lost opera, "Al'ianna.'· These were ab . r h o1 sung effectively though not Quite In the classic style ot late Renals· Swanson ........ J 00 �0 1 U1 00 4 ...... . .... Koessler sance opera. 0 .1 a la ' �b�� ' �fl:s��r:'�n�;:�ri\ ��on� ,;:� ��(-;�-�.�.:: ��: : '�" "'1' ij" -"O' . . 3 1 : 1; ,0 � magnetic stage pe�\lty and col. RQss orful voice �e admirably suited to Larson . .. :::::::��� 0 1 0 lieder singing. "Der Schmidt," a de· Helling 3 0 I 1 0 0 IIghtful bur!lt of song, and ··Verge· Hoover . .......... . ....... 2 0 Chester[!�d bllcbes Standchen" were particular· 1 0 Iy well p;oJ.ct.d. Th. • I n g . , John,on, 'S"h"o";:;' Seo.. seemed very comfortable I n the ......... 000 300 0-- a C PL b ru. perh'8.ps er German language; ........ 122 046 x-16 U. ture .programs will Include some Seattle----Schubert and Strauss. In Greig's "Jeg Elsker Dig," Miss Thompson exhlb1ted the varied Um· bres and dynamics wbJch she hilS (Continued frum Page I) at her command, Rnd her rendition and races will be planned by was free of the schmaltz one orten games Blue Boats could not be re­ hears In this music. The song, bow­ s'ervedKey. year because of the de· ever, should probably not have been mandn this fishermen. Canoes are so abbreviated. Jeanette Foss again available,by. but wishes a displayed her abillty as an accom· rowboat they Ifwtllanyone have to seek pUshed accompanist. them on a first come, first served -Ed Kennedy basis. ...

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take on the Wildcats or Central t!} attic University Chieftains earned a split in theif double- header ' another meet today at Ellensburg. with {he Lutes. The Parklanders, on the pitching of Vern Hansen, This wJll be a tough one for the and some timely hitting by che middle of the bauing order. came Lutes, as Central has unusual talent from behind with fCrur runs in the sixth inning to ice the first ' game, i to 5. The nightcap (It end· Ross to third. Helling then walked this season. the bases. Hoover sent the As for the other events , the 1 00. ed -close to six o'clock) was a fiasco to fm yard dash and the 220.yard dash for the home forces as they blasted next pitch to the second baseman wildly to the shortstop, vis· threw the who over a ctory 3 out to Vi 15 seem to be any man' s guess, with allowing Adams (C ) and Bricker ( PLC ) "Itors . Don · Chesterfield. who was covering at second base, was the both �oss and Larson to score and InIJIng, In the fifth cause about even and Bricker (PLC )" and ·relieved Hansen d. up ere end thir to at Helling es pitcher. w 0 slng BOth(gam 9 ..*.� ;'.!-f�-";; !J:;-.; '�-"J.o-i(t ..-m �t1 .�D��"'·�� �,1'i, ';" ' !""Xl'eeted Fischer �C). .Jbe same 1n¥t.h� -'1'10 1 �I\.� '-Ul '.,�break J !JoY 'W Ul!'-eJ)" lett neld,' Hf"Ring � ' .'. all precedent by belng tbe rlrst of her sex 'to be eligi ble for The Lutes' 4010 men may take a first "Characterf'zecf' by �"TIJ� 7't;-TY to scoring after the catch, and Hoover ' ""'""' _ \ membershJp tn the "Lettermen's Club. and a second with either Mad�en fielding. In tbe opener, Hanson limill'd going to second on tbe throw In to N ext Monday marks the starting of tbe Hole.ln-one contest wbich or Jacobson coming through with annual atfalr. T his was one of the most popular activities the victories. Our ""880 men have a the Chiefs to seven bits and five the plate. Arte'r Swanson fiew to ]9 10 be an runs, no more than two bits coming center �Koessler laslfed a single to o n the campus last sprtng and It's next week, with the ex ('eptl on of good chance to take the one and center and when the centerfielder Campus Day. two spots, considering the previous In a single Inning. bobbled the ball Hoover scored tll e B ill H i t, I n Two Run. records of Dick Brown and Stan The Lutes pulled within one ,un fo",tb mn to close the game's ",0" �acobson. Indoor Softball To of the Chiefs as they scored thrice Ing. As It turned out this was In the low and higb hurdles, the Be Initiated Soon ' Lutes have a weakness to over. In the top of the thIrd. Hoover enough. Because of the many problems a and I alk with Ball and Hansen both had two w come, tor In past years no one was opened the n.nlng that outdoor softball bas to deal In the Intramural vol!eyball loop, running them, but now Allan 'fwldt, went to second as Hanson bunted h"lts while Ross doubled tor the with, a cbange has been made to Tacoma � Garnet Lund are safely. Art Swanson followed \ with Lute's only extra-base hit. E aWl remains th.e class of I softball of an Indoor nature. U the chase. So tar the city boys have var ltason an another b u n t to WI the bases. Second Gilme Clole Till Fifth takIng a cl"'ack at the job. played o-Otsru.e the games would lost only one game, that to the The mile should see Ted Slek, Koessler popped to the first base- The second game was comparahave to be started after the track smooth Ivy Hilll six. With big PLC's distance man, tak1ng a first man but JIm Ball singled sharply Uvely close until the Seattle half team bad.\y�c�.t'ed the football field, Glenn Huffman ba.ck In the IJneup €:J an to right to score H�ver and Han- of the flfth when they piled In four . which would not allow the games Tacoma has one of the top splkers and Brown, second Siek Is so sen. Huffman followed with another runs to jump to a 9 to 3 lead. 1)on runner Important in the two-mUe, to start until about six o'clock or in the league. Ivy Hall stili remains single to right. 'scoring Swanson Chesterfield started on the mound s six-thirty because of the cafeteria very much in the thick of the lght, which is hi best event, according with the third run. In an anU-cll· for the Lutes and was greeted with C to past performance. Our mile relay schedule. i however, as well as Ceritral. team 1 0 0 k s promising. Madsen, mactlc ending of the inning D ck a single by the very first maD to ll the bases face blm. The tirst run was literally Brown, Jacobson and runny M1ller Larson walked to U Helling grounded again, �ut Andy "stolen" as the runner was ad­ will run. As of now, the javelin LAURINAT'S the third baseman to force Hufr· vanced to secono, atole third a.nd C. Freel ChriJtensen looks like a clean ewe�p for CWCE. to APPAREL man at thIrd. then stole home. Seattle scored two STATIONER In the sixth, two rune down, the 'In the second Inning on a double, Apparel of Distinction 915 Pocific A... BR '1629 Patty Ann Bakery Lutes successfully I pulled t h e I r single, walk and an error In "the T....... Wuh. Parll'land Centre Bldg. "coup" and scored four big runs to outfield by Ball. They added two 9 a.m, to 9 p,m. win the game, Bob Ro-�s opened more In the third wJta a p&lr of w ith a double to left down the third doubles and singles. Opposite Nat'l Sink of Waah. 1 := = = = = = = =::::= e: = :!l : ba = B: e� = lln= .: La e� := on :, 'B: B: ln ,: : nd: g= 'e: 'n : d� g ,: B: The Parklanders got all of their I runs In the fourth Inning as Hall led ort, grounding to the first base­ GROCERIES & MEATS man, but was safe as the pitcher missed the bag In covering first base. Huffman doubled, sending Ball to third. With these two men In Bcorlng position Bob Hoss un­ 231 Garfield Street G\lanite 8.560 loaded a terrifically long triple to , rlght-centerfleld that scored both THOSE FAMOUS runners. Ross scored as Hoover bit 'HAMBURGERS IN THE RUFF" a hJgh bounder that the pitcher Fried Chicken 4. Sea Food couldn:t m..ke a play on. RICHARD'S SNACK BAR An unexpected glitter or the PLC dIamond squad this season is the hit t !ng of Bob Ross. The big first baseman batter afountl .24{) last season whlcb Isn't exactly setting the league afire. Ross Is now leading tbe Lu te s with a rutty .30 mark with the. season 4 games gone. 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Tea.led to frJends her �ngagemeflt to Vern Batton of Seattle, N., wed· ding date has been set. A coffee hour was held In the day room on Monday, April 20, In honor of Lavonne Dahl's torthcom· Jog marriage to Tommy Davidson . The couple have set the date ror April 25, Tommy Is currently servo ing In the armed forces. The Uay girls gave Lavonne two place set· tlngs of her pattern of pottery . Norma McGrath passed the tra· ditlonal box of chocolates and an· nounced her engagement to Mac Martin of Pu ya " , uP this week. Nor· ma and Mac have not set a wed·

ding date.

Need For Missions Stressed by Syrdal In her various meetings with PL{;

students, Dr. Rolf Syrdal . leader of mission. emphasis activities on the campus during the first four days of this week, presented a challenge to "go and tell." The theme, "Christ In lhe Na­ tions," was effectively carried out throu gh displays In tbe vl\.rious bulldlnga, Dr, Syrdal's chapel ad­ dresI>es, aIItJ mOvies shown at tb.e evening meetings, The four movies, two at which this missionary filI:Qecl

himself, gave a clear picture ot tbe work which Lutheran mlsRlonaries bave done and are doing iii parts· of Asia nd brlnglDg the Gospel to the people or coun­ tries and helping them raise their standards ot Ih' a gen· eral.

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Testament Drive Asks Memberships

"When you see the following pledge card belog passed to you In ebapet nert Monday. till It out," asks Ernie Johnson, PLC secretary of the Pocket Testament League, "and you wlll be attlliated with the world-wide Pocket T e 8 en League which aims to bind human lives together with God's word."

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The Pocket Tutament League Memberthlp Pledge I hereby accept membet8h1p In

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Important facts about the opportunities for YOU as a Commissioned- Officer -Pilot or Aircraft Observer­ in the United States Air Force Must I be a ,o//ege gnx#uate to tole. Aviation ea.t.t TrainMg?

No. But you must have completed a minimum of 60 eemeater hours or go, quarter hours toward 8 degree. In addition, under the new Aviation Cadet training program, you must � be­ tween the ages of 19 and 26 � years, unmarried, and in good physical condition -with high reqwrements for eyes, ears, heart and teeth_

How long beFo... I get my commission?

60 calendar weeks. You"will receive the finest aviation training in the world- training th8t not only equips you to fly modern

military aircraft but prepares you for executive and administra­ tive work as welL At the completion of your training, you will have acquired a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant and the coveted silver wings of the United States Air Force.

Where c/o I take my 'raining?

Pre-flight training will be at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Primary, basic and advanced training will be taken at any one of the many Air Force bases located throughout the South and Southwest.

What happens if I Hunlc tile training cou....?

Every effort is made to help students whose progress is unsati&­ factory. You can expect extra instructions and whatever indi­ vidual attention you may require. However. if you fail to complete the course as an Aviation Cadet, you will be required to serve a two-year enlistment to fulfill the minimum require m.ent under Selective Service laws. Veterans who have completeB. a tour of military service will be discharged upon request if they fail to complete the COUl'8e.

What pGY c/o I get CIS

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AIKl alter?

As an Aviation Cadet you draw $109_20 a month pay. In addition, you get summer and winter uniforms, ftight clothes, equipment, food, housing, medical and dental care and ilJ8'll"'Dce . . . all free. After you are commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant you

will be earning $5,300.00 a year-with' unlimited oppnrtunities for advancement.

Are all Aviation CaJets traineJ to lie Pilots? No_ You can chooSe between becoming a Pilot or an Aircraft Observer. Men who � the latter will become commisBioned officers in Navigation, Bombardment, Radar- Operation. or

Aircraft Performance Engineering.

Do Aircraft Ohserve,.. get I/yirtg training, too?

, Yes. Aircraft Observer Cadets receive approximately 200 hours of "in the air" instructions. The primary phase of Aircraft

Observer ·training is the same for all branches (navigation,

bombardment, etc. ) . The basic and advanced phases of training

vary, depending on the specific course you pursue.

What Icincl 01 airpl..... will I fly?

You will fly jets. The Pilot Cadet takes his first instructions in

a light, civilian-type plane of api/roximau.ly 100 horsepower, then graduates to the- '600 horsePower T-6 "Texan" before

until you are flying B�Cb. famous first·line aircraft as F-86 Sabre,

receiving transition training in jets. You then advance gradually

F-89 Scorpion, B--4'7 Stratojet, B-50 Superfottress_

Observer

Convair, and .the TB-50 Superfortress before.advahcing to first­ Cadets take flight instrudions in the C-47 Dakota, the T-29 line aircraft such as the F-89 Scorpion, B-47 Stratojet.

Will my commiuion be in the Regvl.... Air Force or Reserve?

Aviation Cadet graduates, both Pilots and Aircraft Obseryers,

regular

get Reserve commissions as 2nd Lieutenants and become eligible

to apply for a

completed 18 months

Air Force Commission when they have

of active duty.

How /oi,g must I ...main in Service?

After graduation from the Aviation Cadet PYogram, you are t.emlered an indefiniu. appointment in .the United States Air duty with the _ United States Air Force for a period of three years.

Force Reserve and are called to active

What recreation ancI leisure time

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Discipline will be rigid-especially for the first few weeks. 'However, it is not all work. You'll find swimming pools, handball courts, movies and other forms of recreation on the poet.

will I be --....J � , get. � con., -Ilion?

You may be stationed anywhere in the world _ _ • Hawaii, Far East, Europe, Puerto Rico.-elsewhere. DurIng your tour of duty, you will be in cU.e touch with !,be- latest deve10pmenta in new dying -tec:ImiqoM. You -will contioue to up your -dying experieDc8 and later"should ha.... no difficulty aecuring a CAA •

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WHERE TO GET MORE... DETAILS

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VOL. 30

Directo rs Give Aims,

which two ",re most important. The

P u rposes of F estival

first

val has caused a continued enthus-

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The success of last year's

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FeaU-

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past Bummer and winter Tbere�ore. Mr. Karl and

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Th "k'estlval Is tbe e.. ('ulmlnatiort of many dreams, among

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to the students at

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Second

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Annual

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Festival.

'We

valuable culturally

meet these ' great artists and

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some chance to talk to tbem an

to the college but to the hear their stortes or the profession

entire Northwest and dream In the

they have chosen. Mr. Weiss and

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future years tha.t It will grow to be are proroll ndly consclOU8 or these thEl

greatest

Festivals

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objectives

the

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throughout the country. We slncere- them in our minds as reason:J

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To Karl E. Weiss and Theodore O. H. Karl, directors of the Pacific Lutheran College Drama-Music Festival for the second consecutive year. we wish to cake this opportunity to acknowledge and thank them for their long, eirele.55 and often thankless efforts toward making these events the success we know they will be. It would go in co too much detail to tell of letters written. phone calls placed and personal contactS made in connection with arrangements for this Series of programs. Bu t Mr. Karl and Mr. Weiss have. in addition to -their heavy teaching and extra-currie· ular duties, undertaken and seen through to completion, all the preparatory phases of another great offering of talent for our enjoyment.

Students� Celebrities Combine · Efforts To Create Northwest Cultur·al Center Abel Practices Noah Chapple Ent:hralls Chorus With Student Cast; At: Rehearsal oJ "Requiem" ; � Amazed by 'Stage

By B G When 1 3 0 people sit in rapt tte tion for 2 y, hours in a 95" By Rolly Opaahl room, there is some reason. Dr. Stanley Chapple, director of a half now, music at the University of Washington was the reason. . guest actor rbr the The Festival Chorus, which is singing Brahm's . German "Noah," has been Requiem Mass" wish tbe Seattle Symphony on Saturday, re­

Thomas L Thomas Concert to Open Secon d Festival Tonight at 8:1 5

Thomas L. Thomas. one of the greatest interpreters of Welsh music, will open the second annual Drama-Music Festival on the campus of Pacific Lut1leran College in a a concert tonight. May 7, a t 8 : 1 5 . :... � .: ....:. on e 6. baa

.. week and th Mr. Thomas arrived Walter Abel, l campus Wednesday, May He Festlva.l drama, the dllt1nctJon ot baving more reo­ o beaned Dr. Chapple on Mon. turn enga«ementa than any other this week and "ander with the students wbo ue he Science DefJt. Offers a rttat in America. youn«\. re� t e l a The Thomaa tamIly Immigrated. w: o�:s �� starr Special Displays ::st:t:: "exp;es::; ��c::::u;:r: from South Wales to America whea. met and talked with Mr. Abel and Beginning Thursday .afternoon ally and mns:lca1ly. He called forth Featlvai dJrectors Karl Weiss and and cOntlnn1ng through Saturday the .,est ettort:8 ot the group. Supplementing the program Theodore Karl a week 'ago yesler- evening this week. the scIence de­ and mualc being day. It was a greal.experlence for putment of Pacific Lutheran CoIdur1D.g the FestJval days, the art de­ 118 to be able (no pun) to 11slen to lege will present H.s second annual partment at Pac1!1c Lutheran. Co14 a man so congenIel. so expressive. dlsplay "1n biology. cbemlstry. and lege bas planned an exhibit ot COD­ 80 vital and colorful. physics In conjunction with the temPorary reUgious paintJngs on Ii1rat of all several camera shots Drama-Music Festival to be beld On dlaplay In the upper SUB. were taken. Conversation drlrted the PLC campus May 7. 8, 9, to FestIval ubUcJt Abel lO. This display fits In a,a sbowed hJmselt quite the the well-rounded program of fine wblch collecta and presents exh11r interestIng and upon wblch the testJval Is Ita for the pubUc. Is lending Its cal­ Ity. builL lectlon of rellgf us paintings to Pr0'''F!"Om the very beginning," laid On the second noor ot tbe science fessor George Roskos. PLC Abel, ". wanted to becomo an actor." bundlng. the' biology department teacher. (Continued on Page 6) (bontinued on Page 6) The paintings will be while on display. Judging the temporary works will be professors the College of Puget Sound and the University of Washington. F1nt prise w1l.l be $45, second US, and third $16. Crowning Grace Foege, Queen of AagellOn, Janet Carson. Constance the May thJs arternoon at Profeaore Gerv.l � Reed and be Kathryn Biery. Nancy Thomas was 11. When asked. Walter Abel, noted actor. The May Hanson, Paul Mill. of the University have wbether Thomas 1.. Thomas was ShiDkoethe . Janet Miller and Day celebraUon whlc� comes tra4 Thelman Nygaard. a..I"� Mr. Ro.ko. In obtaining bls name. Mr. Tbomas repUed that dlUonally on May 1 wu p'oatponed Ottlc1&ll7 opening the altair the tho rellu10ue group of palntl n,U. he in Wales it is common to have this year so that it might have a b&nd wtll play a brief concert. soprano solo part to the "Requiem." wl.heeL Tho Henry Gallory eont out ftrtt name identical-with one's sur4 place among the requeata to many other art g_lIorya, name. When � Is not on a concert the Then the .royalty will procelJB Her voIce h.ss a sweet, clear Drama-Music FeaUnl. As a result throUCh putel gowned attendants uklng for plcturea which would tour. Mr. Tholll&S re'ltldes on a 125 co�pletely awes the it has become ths InJUal event of to the throne. AttendentIJ to the that fit tho need. of thl. �eclflc farm at Jutland, New JeueY Frederick Newnb!UQ. PLC the three dJLy "fIne arta" program, qneen Include the following senior profe8BOr. hi bit. Painting. from many I He Is not married. be alnging the and will take place In the �. girls: ADelIa (Dotty) Ban'et, Esth- tone SOIOB will have been ..nt to the for the "Maa:' which At the age of four. he began to ACCODUl&Qying the queen her er Brodie, Joan Gardner, Beverly a mortng cho-ral and orchestral IeI")' for the PLC exhibit. sing. His tirst pubUc appea �C8 proces81�nal will be ber court.in conaald that he haa no Idea ' Green, Ellen Heuen, Marjorie Hill. combination In seven parts. Some wu made at the age of five. Pro.. slaUng Marilyn DJarf,. Nan I (Continue palntln� he will have to � d from Page 2) (Continued f!"Om Pago 3) (Continued from Page 2) For

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rehearsing

make

day of

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Modern Religious On Display

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Let's all take a moment to appraise the Drama·Music festival. lal&n�. DUngl pre.ented an In· In the past few days I have heard many remarks pro and con terellUn« concert pro«ram In tbe . cultural movement. Some comments have CM . ThurBday, April 23. The about the value of [hIS S been t o the effect that such a n event takes too much o f students cholr's llIustt10us reputation prestudy time, some have metHioned that the Nonhwest is not the ceded It to Parkland and proaiiced pl ace for this "long hair stuff," and then therr are, of course . considerable enthusiasm for ., 'the many PE'Ol?ie who really can't afford it," but for the most part event-as well as a sllable audl· we are saylOg. "can't afford to miss it." Why? ence. No matter how we look at it-the' Drama Music Festival The singers' enunciation was i� RIGHT for PLC .� superb-far superior to that of �or .cultural re-asons . .' . the Festival gives us a chance [0 get most choral groups singing today : outSIde of [he bodk and see and hear tlw best in the arts done in Whether the language �a8 English. the finest way. ' German, French, or Swedish, prac. For person�1 reasons . . . [he Festival tales out of the �alm Ucally every word came through. o f ,TV. H.ol!y� o<?d, .�!1d our own talept show:s a�d should do The director. Henry Veld. also drew . � .. and drama. ;. �\!.{b.· - tttJ'ftf "tila K� a wtde·TI.[!� ot-{mi to lxp��a our apprecl3tlOns of m':!slt For publiCIty reasons . . the Festtval wtll PL-C on the map' I prellslve dynamics In the mustc preWhat better place than a religIOUS IOstHUtlOn such as OUrs to sented, whh�h wa�. on the " hole. fi.nd "The best thac is known and thought In the world" quite dlf(Jcult and varied. Para. I dODcally, however. the program r Arnold.) being emphasized through the fine <feU ? I seemed to lack varlety, perhaps '1 � L_ J.... beeauee there was little variation .. .ooriag lHfIlIt

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of the lecUonl are Interpretate4 desolately, otben serenely. The' E..terne ,......- Aprll 29--EWCE. "Blelllled are tbey that mourn for n I Student Hel p Wage. Mealured they ,ball ha?e comfort." 8t1l1 St.ta POll. othert are trlomphant, a8 "(I'or the 10 the by conducted t.n1lDpet .baU soun4 and we all In a lIurvey Alllloclated studenta ot washington &hall be sand." State Colle,e, Schools ot hlIher ed· DoriDC the enning program at ucaUon In 10 Western States were 8 : Hi, R.. B1'7&I'd Fritts, PLC faculty included to discoyer the a?era,e member, will play How.ard Han­ wages for student help 100 colleges. son's Concerto tor Organ accom;.an· "Seventy·f1ce cents an hour II led by the Iymphony. the wage patti bx.most 8cbools with ]n .ddltJon to the following pro­ 60c to 8(jc being the second most cram to be played by the �eattle prevalent wage." Symphony at 3, Saturday afternoon. Statistics from the survey In· BonnIe Jean Douglaa, ?loUn virtu· ( eluded . I OliO, will tend melodious 8tralns t!) . "'\ Rate Per H'r. ffie ·syz:OPllonfc'-ofki. . School 80 Washington stAtu IItU· l proviliona a 80 "Wall accepted .a EWCE . ......80 dent. He took the freahman fetters CWCE 80 ·'d aclenc'e co"-e. He n••er at· U. 0 r Wa8 h. ................60 tended a clue, but no ODe tared. U. ot Oregon . . ...70 Pledges to the fraternIty took his U. of Idaho . .. ..........1.15 test.e for him. No faculty member U. or Cal i f. . . ...............................90 enr uked to see him. Freshman UCLA cowraelon n8?er got around to InUtab State Ag. .............................. 50 tervtewlng him. He completed the ........................16 year with a good grade average, and U. of Wyoming . 70 wae made a regular Itudent. The So. Dakota State . . ............. . . ..........60 boys · decided they'd proved their U. ot No. Dakota . point. They transferred him to anPrivate School. ......................66 other 'great' unIversity. He "W:all &CPaciflc Lutheran Pacific U. . ..... . .. .....1...: .65 cepted tbere a8 a regular sopho. .. 75 more student, without Question. U. of Portland .. "That Is funny, In a tragic sort 75 Stanford of way. It shows how much your Seattle Po.t InteJll gencer, Wed., son or daughter may matter nut Apr. 29-For an article entitled year at a big unJvetlllty . , . Stunot SO neD-Iected at amall "PARE-NT8' CORNER" concerning denu "8",all V.. Large Co lleg�." by colle«es. Faculty members get acituatnted with them." Richmond Ba rbou r, Ph.D

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Keith, Rydgren, La rson, To Run On ASB Presidentia'l Ball,ptGT uesday, . 1 2th

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Let, Your Conscience Genz, Larson, Johnson on · GUIde You' At Polls; E������"�?:;h�i!�:ts VlCe-Presulent Ballot; I a Sunday brought to our campus by the Climaxing the PLC Drama-Musk Festival wi D c I D�e ,." -!_On.�g_h.� , .������:� ;':;id:�t:�t L':.:tr �!;:i �� S�;'���i�t. ; ���k };:�;�s� .tu�;�� ;,.�I�� � . .. � the theme. Singers l\rouM � lons on My. !�, Minnesota. "wtll dehver � sumoJ;l u� sttt· ASS' fo (D:y elecnon i. i . Mly , d� e On , . ' The Throne Of Grace. . . �f"'� ..d,ng carefully an dent body he introduced to the candidates for each office. artlCle- In one of our Lutheran The Mooring Mast wisba to preced t this face·to·face iDtroduccion wtU TOld �UC1l Sunday college papers about the stud�nt with a brief !ummary of each candidate's activity. �� prutdent there who had to body office because, of a raign Hnnt7.ftft 6 at · d; a1n& , Thnnda7 &tten1ouo disciplinary action . the Mast, GenZ NewFTA Heo 1tu4eut. voice, urges students' tbe 11'111 cllapel each vot..- to C O N S I rYE R As'rup State Treos. .. U... IJllf w1.ll HIS VOTE" as if it were the Inp PLC Pastor Gullixson T o Speak A t - C l ose of Festiv al, S u n da y

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Ll t ratst for this servtce be ; u Dr. Ernest B. Steen, college pastor.

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Dr. o m rn1D&. o ther &CU U all tile

i tent.,..· p Contrlbutln& to the musJe&l pro- PLC cam u w ll lDel"". t a p� cram. the Choir of the Wellt will lq bou two selectIons. The orrerlng

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daUchter.

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a t e He W1U as be liven to the "u� lD th TrlD1 J' Par1 b HOUH. oonIce .. Muelc .. . l IPMk at tho l"rIdo.'r port of the D....", dJ OIl me take u to T1J1t hi. " ad U to the rue"t "peaker, Kl.. lJlJ.Jan QulUxon, a JIl&D3" other oato()f�town friends of teacher lD. the Park l!d1ool, the coUece be Pn!JMDt. Dr. J . and a PLC tn C. JL Preua, execuUve lIecretary of

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Tbere Is NO attempt OD the part

ot the Mast �tarr to accompUllh any purpolle but to Identify tbe

C&Ddldate Even OD a'"mall campus'

luch .. o�", w. don', ge' to know was elected ev�ryoDe. We hope that thlll 1mtreaa�er of the Future Tea:ch- partial UsUng wJll help you to know of America at the conventlon aU the people tor wbom you have

etate

" DECIDING VOTE,"

Astrup of

All the candidates have prav· ere themselves worthy of a held lut '8&turday in P1lllJD.an. .to'our- the right to vote. place in student 'govern� teen collegee were represented at the Board of H15her Education During the palt few days we bave ment, or thelt namq would e Evan.ceUca1 Lutheran Church, the meet. Other. aUendllll the con- uked. the c&ndielates ,for ottJce to th . 9t �ppear on · the ballot. t IS t� nutIon were Joyce Gens., Ed H.awk.· Ult theJr YWOUI college activities, KlnDuota.. and the Board. of Tru,,pag. I) Job ?f t� voter to ,p�tgh e:a�h luon and dIrector- ot the depart· theJr teu, rueatol the Drama-Mus1c Yest· maJor IntereltJJ and their fesalonaUy. he began aa� a. member a l l ment ot education, A.Dn.a M.�n bome toWDa. R.sponsel have r:e�a:ndldat� s lftl Committee, wUl"aI.eo be present of an ensemble.. It was only alter Itles, .and attitudes on one Side Nlellen. .. at the serTlce. turned tn various lengths . FOr-'Ule 96 auditions that he received hJs of the sca e and on the other l ... In addJtIon to Ws polltlon at first solo part. and IIlnce tha.t time . Komin&: discussion themes can- moit part the people lilted only ' 0f�• ponSl' bf de' the ' hIS i around to the topics tered ot how their major actlyltlea In the elfort Luther Theological Seminary, Ur, he baa to b1s credit more than 600' m ee taiI lmproTe local FTA groupe and pos. to let the read ra know where tbelr Gullb:on repreaentJJ the EvangeJ- conc�r1.a and 1000 radIo appear- \ The president, for instance, � albJUUes of teaching tn the ltate of (the candidate I) interelu Ue. teal Luthen.n Churcb as a counselor aDces as eltl:t!lr the atar or al SU8lt- is the: k spo esman for all stu . m lD the National Lutbera.n CouDcll atar. d tt and presides over the , � Joyce Gena baa been elected pres· 00'; and 11 one ot America " moat noted PrIor to hil proteulonal sJ�ng u W •• st dent council. The presi educators and lecturen. He will career, he Ident ot the local nA tor next year, had studied engineerlng dtnt, as chairman of Inter Club come to the ooJlege today and will and waa a Junior executive wtth a The o t h e r off1c"u ' of PLC are: Council presides over the plan_ _ be the gueat ot Dr. and Mrs. Eut· finn for a brief ertod. on vice ppelldent ; Kathy C Vice preliident ot freshman clan, � ning of activities for the school J&nfllt an . --'------�_ _ __ year. The ucretary must be ac HinriChs, recording' :secretary; Inga prellJdent ot French Club, co-ch&1r-� m e ,) A r cr· an ot May Day (sophomore y ar _ Se. dln trn curate and efficient in recording lt uP '."co o�·po .t rr �; e !er president of Linne Society (Jr. Yr.• Joan E -- r m, aa , n d all events of council and just re-elected,) prelldent of jUDiOr lene Hall. ICC. also do corresponding between , Tbe trip to and from t.b.e conven· clas8, ICC rep. to AmerIcan Chem· / PLC and other schools. The t al So ciety, worked on Mast. (SOp ... � treasurer handles the stu dent UOn prayed Quite a teacher tor these e . omore ye r. future teachera. The f l o. e r techa ) body funds. •• W demo were changing tire DIques of u use Wi! urge you to yo r ... vote. and use it wi�ly, True onstrated on the way to Pullman, basketball, bWleball, Football. harmony in -student g o e rn . and on the way home the group ot E Club Lettermen's that Letter· treuurer, east Is discovered aat tour " i l ment can be ach eved on y by the whole· hearted cooperation and west Is west, and Dever shall men'a chorus. W. of overy student . . . THIS CO . the two be resolved." They landed OPERATION BEGINS AT In Moscow, Idabo, before dlsco,,"er· 6) THE POLLS ON TUESDAY. log the mls-dJrecUon.

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Candidate. for Pre.ldent Keith, Se.ttle, hlngton­ Biology .nd Chemletry M.Jor, ­ Junior CI....

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t�ing­ Dick Lar.on, Tacoma, ton-Education Major. Junior CI.

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SPEED! toNTRO�.1 IJ)NG UFE./ Set alter Nt, on ..... playjDc 11m'­ lace, _ TwiDo of ChampioJ>.mp TeDDl.o dolI_ ....... ball" performance ... maintain tbeir precloioD-built ...,....". of ·flicht aIId boUllCO I

ill fiWY NIIioDai ChampioJWIIp, u. s. Davia Cup aud WIch­ Cup matcll . • • in major _ menta everywhere • • • SpaldiDa­ made teDm. boIlo are the Oft!dal choice. Try • Spaidiug or Wright 6: Ditaon and you'll know ,..hy.

Campus capers call 'or Coke

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COCA-COLA BO'ITLING, lac.

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TH E MOORI NG MAST Friday, May 8, 1953

Clothes Drive Needs Your Unwanted Togs by H. l.

Some days ago this reporter had the opportunity (or a brief Inter·

TRIPLE THREAT MAN I ..

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vlew with the president of th� con· ference of pastors In West Germany

wbo are serv.lng the ::;tudent Con· gregatlons

of

the

\Vest

Zone,

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",.nb� tl-" ,",:""�" . .or ID� Quiring into the work of the Luth· Main. Pastor Boehm Is visiting In

€Iran

cburch

among

students

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Putor Boehm of F'ran�rort-on·the·

. t� U.S.

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In

America. When Pastor Boebm was told or a projected drive fot clothing to be sent to Europe. as well as to Korea

and other needy war·torn or pov· erty

stricken

was

one

areas,

bls response

of entbuslasm.

He

was

asked whether tb.ls was an area of concern for students. specifically. The answer was, "Of the bundreds ot

East

German

refugees

who

stream tnto the Western sector of Berlin da.lly. by far the larger per· centage are students or are of stu· dent age. Of the students enrolled In \Vest German universities over

40% are students whose original

homes were In the East Zone. In· deed.

tbere

special

Is

here an

area

for

concern among students."

Beginning next week. the LSl\. Is collecti n g . any

used

arUcles

of

clothing wblch students may be dis­ carding or willing to donate to fel· low students In other parts of the world. Don't take home with you

AIICIAPT a.ISlaVEI

clothing whJcb you haven't worn for months. Give It away!

The Brains . of the Team

Clothing sbould he in wearable condItion and mU8t be clean. Containers will be placed In dorm· itory balls for convenient givIng. Donations will be processed thrl)ugh Lutheran World ACtiOD.

Keith Be-eleeted At Linne Outing Headed for

a weekend

M ay

of tun

and relaxation, the Llnne society Friday afternoon,

I, lett tor

Rainbow Lodge on Hood's Canal, Its secon d and last scheduled outing

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the 1952·53

school

year.

Tbe

first outdoor trip of the year [or the biologists was to M1. Rainier In October.

resort, club members busied th�m·

During the two day stay at tbe

selves wltb sucb tblngs as salmon

fishing, goeducklng, oystering, clam dlggtng,

specimen hunting,

hiking

In the near·by mounWns, and bold­

marshmallow routs on th_ At mealtime everyone pitc hed in and helped.

ing

beaches .

Teamwork can work miracles, In a football game the man who sparks these miracles is the quarterback. He's the man who calls the signals. There's a 'Tlan who calls the ·signals for an Air Force flying team, tr 00 YOU hay. what It tab. to b t h . .. .n. an Aluraft ObHf"V..?

They call him an Aircraft Ob"

It isn't easy. It's tough. You have to be a MAN to qualify as an Aircraft Observer. But when you are one, brother, you're SOMEBODY ! The success or fallure of a mission in­ volving over a million dollars worth of ftight equipment depends on you. As Bombardment Officer, is number one man 6ii a bombing run, the man who controls the plane in the target area I THE AIRCRAFT OBSEIQIER IS THE SOMEBODY WHO,

As Radar Officer, is master of a new science 'and operator of the device that sees beyond l)uman sight! As Aircraft Performance Engineer Cfficer, is the one who "keeps the plane Dying", the man who knows his plane in-

Election of next year's oUlcers

also

took place during

Mrs.

HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL GETI The world's best training. Good food and plenty of it Uniforms, Hight clothes, equipment Medical and dental care. Free insurance. Flight training in Uncle Sam's greatest aircraft. AND THEN, AFTER GRADUAnON, you'll win your silver wings, and earn more than $5000 Cl year as an Air Force Lieutenant. You'll enjoy an adventurous, exciting with a hand-picked crew of real men. You'U be THE BRAINS OF THE TEAM. A TRIPLE THREAT MAN • • , as a Bombard­ ment 0fBcer. as a Navigation Officer, as a Radar Officer, as an Aircraft Performan"" Engineer.

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25, D,C., Attention: Aviation Cadet Branch. If you are

prograin. _ your Profeooor of Air Science and Tactics.

of Training, Headquarters, USAF, Washington

secre­

K"lI',or. Sunday morning, devoUons were held In· place of the regular worship servtee with Don Keith. this year's prealdent. serving ... leader. • Tbose attend1ng the ouUng were: Jim Noileberg, Nan Aageson. Don Keith, Betty RiggerB. Dick Nichol­ son, Hermy Meyer. LaeUtla Base­ sbore, Mary Olson, Joyce Puffert; KeJtb Smith, Marianne Pfieffer, StaD and Cordy Kvern, Frank and Glorla Witt. Dr. Larus and family. Dr. Ostenson, Mr. and Creso. and Prof. and Mrs. Ramstad.

TO IE QUAUFIED you must be stngle, a citizen, between 19 and 26% years old, have had �t I"""t 2 years of coUege and be in tip top physical shape. If this describes you, then YOU, too, can qualify, Today !

THE SOONU YOU A PPLY, THE SOONER YOU FLY I

oUlce were: preaident. Don Keith; vlce-\ presldent� Dick Nicholson;

yo U can accept � challenge like this, you'U take your place beside the best-you'U find your future in the clouds I

If

OIT THI DITAILSI Visit your nearest Air Force Base or Air FOrc:e Ilecuiting Offia:r. Or write to Director

the three

day evenL Tbose elected to

tary , Mary Olson; treasurer. Jim Nokleberg; ICC Rep., Winona

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As Navigation Officer, is the pilot's guiding hand on every Hight !

side and out, wbo keeps it fit for the skies and sees tbat it stays there !

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' New Aircraft Oluerver Cadet TraInIng CIa .... BegIn Every Two Week.

in a school that bas an Air Force ROTC

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SpC Stopped Twice Track Stars Add Points to ;=:===:::::L=====; By Lutes 4-1, 1 5-5 Lutes Conierttnce Hold TopMID �� Totem Pole ,....dQ'.

PacUlc

Lutheran

College

took

both ends of a nIght do.,bl"head,,,

Monday, winning 4-2 and 15-5 over

I

The O. P. all-conference seiactionB are/here again, this time t.o ac­

knowledge the outstanding players of the recently completed Intramural

In the tirat game, Art Swanson

. volleyball league. The selections were based upon the two po!ltlons of

whacked a double 'In the first In­ and

ankled

In

to

score

the game; the well-known splkers: and the often unappreciated set-ups,

on

Splkers were selected on their -ability to spike the ball effectively with·

Hurrman's line single to right. Tbe

Lutes

out' "controlling" the ball or going Into tbe net. The set-upe on their

chased two rUDS across In

tlblllty to get the ball up Into the spike �Itlon, a considerably harder

the thIrd anel added an Insurance tally

In

tbe

fifth

when

t�sk. Games are often decided by the conslslAncy Of the set,up8, Their

Huffman

job Is to get the baJJ up about 18 incheR above the top of the net wttb

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walked. stole Becond, went to third

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on a wlldJbrow. and Faced bome

Seattle PaclClc got the tying Fun

and ended the game.

tbe

Dick Larson (Tacoma)

i''alcons

In

The nightcap was a wild affaIr wblch thE! 4 5 fans saw Lute base-

runners every Inning, a mUd rhubarb, and several humorous sltua· tions,

Chesterfield went tbe dJstance on

tbe mound for the Lutes.

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'CoIltH)e Cleaners . Free Pick Up &; �lfvery

The Lettermen have played the only a�tual game so far, that being the Campus Day loss to a similar team from the College of Puget 80und.

In the Dast few years sOftbaJ1 bas halt a big place in some of the colleges In this' area, 1l:\e most notable example being 8eattle U. The Closing out a spectacular athletic Cbleftal Q8 have been a �ower In tbe Seattle city leagues. :-Jow, without runner, provided track enthu81asts careGr at PLC thls.. spring Is btg Ole the aid of Bob Fesler, their acc Dftcher, the game has dlmlnlsbed, some· four with a thrilling tlnIsb In last �at· Magnuson who lettered what, from the campus. Ted

PLC:s

Slek,

top

distance

of

college

Coach

racing and

Salzman

Mark

right

now

straight years In football and track It one were to take tbe time to go back over the years ot re�ent for the Lutes. He wa� elected co- PLC It tstory he would come up with a mlgbty fine team to represen.t captain of the grid squad for last tbls college. If these men were gatbered together on a Single team, J06k season and has been gtven many Evergreen conference Is

Tacoma

Park

claim on first place In the

and

dIllcus

throw,

he haa

poInts to the L�te score In

every meet. After this

will turn over his duties to a

sing frosh thlnc1ad, Dave

who has looked «GOd In competl Uo,n

Tri�Way Meet at Racket-Swingers Lincoln, Saturday Meet CPS and UBC PLC's racket-swingers will

pete against their toughest of track action In Tacoma 8atur- tion of the Se&80n this day u Fuget Bound, Unh'enlty of Tbey take on their crou-town Brltisb Columbia, and PaCific Luth· als, CPS, Saturday at 2 p.m. at

eran get together for a tr:Iangular Tacoma Tennis Club and meet meet as a preview to the Evergreen best squad in tbe Evergreen

Conference rendenous. Llltle

I.

lIPOWD

Ibe

aboul

SlreDgIll or Ibe ThuDderbird IhID·

bllt they bave good middle distance runners, ac· from

clads

UBC,

cording to PLC's Mark Salzman. PLC

son's

defeated

opener

by

CPS a

In

the St'll'

narrow

Featuring the "Var.itone." (quartette) A Senior Skit TalFnt from All Clauel

Thil

Any team woald be more than glad to get a trio of outrl eldet9 like track Rick Daniels, Hal Schrupp; �nd Dick Griswold, not to mention Paul

the state.

6:)-6a

"AFTER GRADUATION DAY" -

honors. Ole

man on the

trade him tor any other mller In

The Senior Class of 1 953 presents .

Admission SOc

the ,weight

team. Thougb he basn·t always laid

wouldn't so far.

. _________, _ ==========-_IO_tal ,-= r= 11416 80.

Pete Luvaas (De Jardlnes)

teams to appear have been tbose of the Lettermen's Club and lvy Hall.

Lincoln Bowl will b e the scene

C. Fred ChrIstenIH

Bob Piemlng (Tacoma

Phil Wigen (Ivy Hall)

Since softball bas gone Indoors on the campus this year the only

The Glads started things oft with urday's track meet with Seattle a single by Hurtman, who scored Pacttlc. Hopelessly beblnd on the when Ross pulled a triple Into last lap, Ted poured on the speed right field. Atter that, everyone got to cross the tlnlsh line some ten Into the acL Hoover led ore wltb a Ya!'ds ahead ot his opponenL The lingle In the bottom of the firth thln.faced sophomore bas made a and, eIgbt runs later. came up habit ot coming In first thll? sea­ again to be the first mao retired. son with three wins In tbree track The rbubarb came when a SP meets 80 far. Siek topped the mllers batter ....as . safe'at first via a wild In the CPS, Central Washington. throw. Ron bu.Ued back arter tbe and Seattle Pacific affaJrs and baJl and tageed the runner who had placed th1rd In the Darrodll Mara· turned the wrone way after cross· thon. Ted faces two more seaaons Ing flrsL

Larry Andersen (Central)

Donn Koessler (Tacoma)

In getting his second win of the

year.

AI Gubrud (Tornadoes)

Stu Mo�ton (Ivy �all)

Ron Johnson Pitched six Innings, gave up two hila, and atruck out 10

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Glenn--Hutfman (Tacoma) Nor:m Vorvlk (Ivy Hall )

aboard In the final frame and scor­

ed once but a strlke-out and two retired

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t e oll e pec ln g . � � . �. � . S I tlOn,s . , f . Splkers: BO�R�S (Western Dlc� Krusso (Ivy Hall) t

By- And! ne:ll

nles

� ��

enough room tor the spiker to swln'g his arm without hitting the net. On

on a squeeze' 'play neatly executed . . t«.I ' . . _,' - ,

pop-up

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the Seattle Pacific }i""alcons.

ning

TH&

M.y a, 1113

CMS Auditorium 8:1 5 May 1 5

coupon will admit a boy and

girl (011 �

SWEATER CENTER

couple) for 8Ck

GALS!

teren(:e Saturday, the UBC Tbund·

Wangsmo, Phil Wigen, or Walt Ball. T.hen with an Infield composed of

Me'tV Nyberg at tblrd. Bob Knutsen sbort, Burt Wells �econd and <Jene Lundgaard at first, backed- up by such as OIz Rosin, Harry MaInes, Hurt Bachman, StIln Stowe. Claude Hunskor, Doug M�Orath and Chuck Fora­

land the outfield wonldn't get to handle any ground balls, none would get through (look hoW' many players there are).

Pitching would rbe Tom Zurflu, Dale (SpiderJ Keller, Armon Rosin,

Larry SlaVik with Burt Wells ready to step In shOY.ld· any ot these talter" Catching them would be Rifle Arm, Speed Kenwortby

mit).

Of course this list· 8%cludes any Varsity baseball players Iince tbe

sea.eons run concurrently (and the list would be too big to record here).

but nevel'-the-Iess this Is a mlgbty formidable outfit, especially with Iron Man DanJels In the outt1eld (none of the parked cars are safe). Well, It's Just a thought (a ebrug of the shoulden) .

Doing well In the recently formed Tacoma seml·pro baaeball team

are Ron Billings, and Frank (Wart) KarwoskJ. Btlllng8 Is an outfielder

whUe "Wart" Is a third baseman, but becaUse 0: h1s ability with a vtolln. ' mlgbt be mo