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With the irst week of classes PLC eig h t ne\\ members have been ad�ed to the faculty and l\\o dor· ,�el1 on its \lay in the pattern of scholarly r o u t i n e, reglstIfLtlons mltorles ale being erected on the .. I ntrod Ct lO ns were I n order at the mplet ed In the campus Jon Ericson \\111 be were still being , Jubilee, the AWS sponsored, Big· .college offices The total enrollmen department or speech Herbert Ax· Little Sister Tea held Thursd ay at ford th department or . has been se at approximately m in the U pper S�B, as new T h e treshman Ics, Daniel Dvergsdal In the depart· regular students .

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Ucation is he r plannea vocation eDr.:g!Q- ",,����,}tt.;�.�t,.�B. , ���nJ ed.J?�!-tlc.s.".J�. 'P-J.£; -��r 9ild�ts ���.it���;Y!·l"iIk>-1bntlRent:otmuai.e.�� t,4e If111�or _ot� o..ur ....: a v i se appOI . r t" \.UV- senlor' j'eU Queefi:' �;"" a niO've"!-of.,:!"""l':""QO--·"; d l!f� ul€lfonll Lut�ess, John' will not be available .untn next is.. Others. are· Luthe�n Students Ass oclaU on ot F'oll owing the main. speaker, Miss Sa c ra me nt o, ' Calif., -Js' ma10rtng In sue, however. AmerIca. This was lear.ned· from "Iargaret Wickstrom, dean. of ",omspeech with the lritlntion of so ing the Chicago national headq uarters I en, Onella Lee played a plano selec· inlo ether radio or TV. Last year last Friday. tion, Jean .F'rleske sang and Judy she and Paul Steen w r o t e and N ational prominence was brou ght played In the cam·pu s p roduc tion , Bureker p layed a tlut� solo. Jean Forelgn M en PLC by t he ot to selection Dr Christensen gave a reading. . "Nltht Time, USA_ " Activities In. 1 guished Schnackenberg to join the dlstin- eluded AWS council Harriet Vorvlck, newly-electe and Alpha Phi, <P Welcome d group ot advisers. WhiCh t he s p e e c h honorary . She also "resident of AWS, brought greet· includes Pror. L. J. Tolle of Texas clalm.s to be able to talk to SacraHow would you like to travel half ings to t he women. Other officers I A . & M., the Rev. John Sardenson . me to without a telephone. introduced were: Nancy Turman, way around the world to go to col· n of Cornel University. and Al Ice OtT he girls e lected last year to tlll "ice p resident; Kathy Biery, secr e lege? Artin Taniellan, or Harry, if I terness ot Boston University. t he c heer leading spots were unable tary; Kathy Gulhaugen, treasure r; . you prefer, ba.s done just that. Har· ,

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dad we bave what is comically . University of �lanltoba and • E " ltRlled the Sp,lna\\ay bu:s Ho \\ e \'er, I Maste rs from the niversity of u U nothing compares \\ Ith h e fi) JOg Kuethe, :'IIiss Connie Nelson and ronto. The first meeting of the Student nice S\\ ellson provided backglound (alpets of hl:shomeland,exceptpos· Miss Ka ren Doe. Mr. Gordon Gilbertson, midwestlD�dy Council was held TU �S-day, mUSIc dUllng the lefreshments slbl} \\ ooden houses, \\ hlch be IS Ericson g rad uated from PLC in Wyoming. will join the college statf! With Don Gaarder, \' i <- e pl'esl(l ent . I living in fOI the first time. 1952. The next yea r he did graduate in the department of music. He will ope ning the de\·otions. Thelma Ny.

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le roast and Inspirational am is scheduled for the Lutheran Studenta' Association Suntraveled o verland to Norway. day, Septem ber 26, at 6:00 p.m., ac· After completion of the scbool cordl�s to Phil Wig en. president. year In NorwAy, 1he.Akres pla.n to ' go to England where they will study !�I�:�t� =\:�:!:,:a�e��: 19�5 at one r ot g unfavorable. A charKe ot 25 cents ����: u::e=:� will be made tor ·the hot dogs and Grover Akre, th e protessor's son, pop. . is now a member ot the Junior class The tIrst regular business meetat PLC; Jng wJII be. Sunday, Oetobe.' 3, at on the S

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A Sup.rcilious Publishe d every Friday during the school year b) students of Paclflc Sn.er Lutheran College. orms Carl.trom Nordqui&t ·or ror i r . ..... Entered a5 ser:ond class matter, October 2, 1952 at the Post Office at due to lnlo the room, I noticed Carol Urlle soul us curto very Being a Parkland. Washington. t l l e t I tude"tC�:�"' i> "k.�-IL'O ���·��hooe GRan"e SSIt �: ,:�, �7e omc. S t ; :�'t:: ::::�ln� :�::�nd::� ;:�t� �';:� :::' :o��:�e� , ��;.��li ;.��:: ; tiOO I P. Hall the other evening. My ope�ing over to her desk and peered 'over and Utzlnger'are gone. Question ...... JOAN KITTELSON Steen, Roegran�latlon "What 18 your opinion her shoulder. Just as 1 WitS about DI TOR IN C IE . the tabloid of the newwasDonn?" Aft. er a series ot to satl�fY my cu.rloslty 8S to what KEWS EDITOR... . .CATHERIXE SANNERUD Through �lorning Mist \,"as lIe81, t a near . f atal long, lengthy answers s ue h as: toe gals write In their lelters conF'EATUHE EDITOR. . ... . .I0AN�E POENCET blow. or this ebullient aggregation F MAKE-I'P &DI' T'ORS.. . DOROTHY JOHXSO:,,\. �IARLENE CHESLEY w·eekly�a\'e binh to a Iiterar. y ut- "swell." "wonderful." and "terri fie," cern�ng this new creation straight .... . . . . ...... .... WALT BA1..L el ance Of truly sterling Import I came to the ob\'16us conclusion from the pages of "Better Howes . SPORTS EDITOR.. . s o m e o n e cried: : impecunniolls that everyone here at South' Hall ane! Gflrdep.;,'; . ..D\\"AI!'-;E BRANDT. LOUIE SPRY tThe SPOR'T S ST,AFF'�. Indian 1'I'00ner. thinks It is the greatest and the "What In th'e world are you doing?" .. . .. . . . .. .. ...... RAY GOLD BUSl!,-;I�SS :\!A:'\AGE:R I l i ' c out of. the myself pulling After gone. real ord , w . other L. LUCKY most-in �I�� . ......... . PAt.: I� ��: .. . .. AD :\IA:-'; �GER.:. , Sg� !�: flil�\:n���� ::7.s�i::: . A-g 0;;l�terlan Due to everyone s lacks of orlginal- woodwork. I replied, "G�ttlng' Infor· HEPORTT',RS-LOIs . Erekvam. Sheldon Brooks, De\'el'ly Svenmgson. y r ellsfre ght agen , Fa t n, Bob � w O "J ! i h. 1 tilll In"·j. l,1 h � �_ul�pon a; (.0. wbl!-t..yp�> thll�r2t-�pte 1 \' Hallanger. Homi ld· Herlwall. Barbara Gronke. F'aith Blieitruan .��?:�(/,:. ,,,,,�."': ;"' �;':\'�� :� :-! ����&t;r;redt:-.'!TJ5'&OD).:twt���·��.,...:�:�:,:;"'t:.i:?,-\\ljW. .�� .- �c Q�lF ,,� . . t l\'lo . :� �IlJI W · l �::1 m�ft .�:�. d�r::t!hllit�-r� �' w.. �" ne\\; ·d orm.�' e�r6i. ·be�ng"·. A )7 :�."",,-, travelling chemist has ·transferred 1 Whilc . on my eXi�edition. I hap· tl'allsrer rrom Mt. San 'Antonlo Jun­ ::ichmlf'k, Mvrna Berg.. . . . learnTng alleglanc� f�m Luteviilc l Ior College tn California, was my to that somnolent hamlet, Pnllberg- ::�� ;I�O��ar�(� 1����;�I�gal�el:.��I:t�;e�<;�: target fo'" ttiTs question. She replied / ITIS UP TO YOU " on-the-Pallouse: Lovable little P. .ing key hole. So naturally I stopped QUietly ,t h at t h e y certainly Slll"With the prospc.c[ of .1 bright. full yeaf .lh ad of us, the stu­ �eets (slightly obese aO s a result of dor:1ll al., her fonner col· dent's of PLC look forw.1r� wiih high curiosity to what this food) and his golden horn. mis-' and placed rmy ear III) nto it.I ;\luch lta!!sed any new ye.n nuy hold in s�or('. \��1�I�erh,il�lPt!ll�lt I s ::hapen but still ha tnte reblew. s :: ��. :\�;l r :' , � �:: �f�� 71�' 1�tc� ��:�� :.� �7;�IO � ::C�l:�� a l for rl'cord to t.1S]... our is it As thl' writers of your newsp.lper. 1 placed Prewitl and Is triPle·tongue-!\ ' 1 ('xlstent. I I\ ' n Oh. well. sW'h is life: I II you the eVl'nts of this s(hool 1l'rm. so th.lt in till' futUfl' you C.ln Ing -"l,,?th SU'eet Hag-- nightly frol H : ; �� I:�(':': � ; : � :� a ;�;Si�:;f;��� .t17� hear through the grapevine that le I I rcad into t1w storil's your Oll'n memories of .1 cerr.lin h,lPPl'ning. bc�e to eternity. po::sibilities of crashin� t e fish r;ali�orninns don't n e (' d hoW;i!l� Those that arc most ,Ktiw will naturally h.1Vl' most to rl'nll'm­ The absen('c of those �halUJliolls bowl. anyway. ber. So. this editorial i" \\'rittl'll with t11l' 'intCJ1tion of arousing or rair- Ill ay will be keenly felt. But In ('a!<e yO\l ha\,en't \tl'ard the lal· Whilr- di"l'LI�:-;in,g the California the interest of our student body in col kg..: .1fL1irs. Th..: Sl't11l. '<';­ hey there: You wHh the ]lroletar( ' !<t. o t I s !< . u ' han vittl llls of 1Il� ther none h b wl i he fi Il� !1lJ]...l' rer is at the st.lning linl' no\\'. Only you I1JW till' PO\\· fa few lUore ian profile: I\rising from the IlIlIrky thf' ooys' dorm. Aftpr a I(>n�thy tli,,- weather lntel1;;e 'probing dropped . l.earn· winnl'f. Oon't h,t \' ourwlf down: till' raCl' of the .iejlths OKE8l-' E �OKr:;E "I!,;il quesl. .\lllIy. ion IIII' idea wa� rulf'd out as illl! Ihe !latHr!:' And S ) thl" suff of your ,\1oorinq Masl W.lIltS to wi"h ,111 ("oll le two almOtit legendary figures. illlpo%iblf'. I wondf'l' why: Just;l:-; Sharon and Barbara. after ('areful l the slUtknts of this (Olkgc only [he lA's1 for the wming yl'.lr. PLC ,;el'llIingly from the pages of \VAl.T tho u L kp y l I the rcmark u,ght, I came up with eave, t o was ta abo m is just Wh,lt you. with God' s hdp. t11 a]... it. This (an h,' onl' of KELLY �hOllli!lg their' journalistic . IH'ard familiar \'o]('e remarking (Continued Oil Page I"our) It's up 10 you: the fin,,::sl yr.1rs you may know philosophy. "Our best is none too about he rrom grand the front view t good." With the ..:oming of the fear- of thf' ,g irl:;' dor·nt. Say, fellows. you less pens of Carl.strom and Nord· b('tter walf'h those silhoueltes! NEAL E. THORSEN Quist. a 'e ocious pair. the dark After (Ii�('overillg that I still hall· TR CKS JOKES MAGIC Dorm Doin's I ness of ignora.nce will be banished r:'t lost illY knack of listening at <lll tl the dawning of enlightenment key·holes. I continued on down the Costumes, Tuxedoes, Serpentine seleci a new name to be announced will ( ome i.e., revolution. for Cilrl' Hall: h or :'\' na ('all from ludl until I dis('overed an open MA.4861 . Thus. ereatlng three organi· Slrom and �ordQuist are indeed a door. Cautionsly inching my way I 926Y2 Broadway "L'eat:" This seems be the later ations of women on dunpus. (DPK I revolting pair. Next week this in· main 1'0nsen SlIs of opinion about the zand DRG. also) but all three work- trepld duo of in-conoclasts, con-o· new dorm. All the boys are now I'al)- ing out sewers and bon vivants will bring idly returning the (urniture they I � s ofr oAn\VS. ing of . Christian you the fil"St in a. series of characbOJ'rowed f r? m t h e unoccupi n t . and fellog \f\.eel . ter as assllssinations. DON'T TREAD . shi Impressed p U i) moms. a;;; the irate tenants notil-ed ion eal:h girl as messages were giv- ON .IJS! . the lack of chain�.·et('. en both by 1\1Iss \Vickstrom and our r.\'eryop.e is \'ery happ\ ' exceDt i own HOllse I o t i l er Mrs. e l o n. A 5 For t e strange feeling th�t some-II very bJg well-orne was extended to It all fJ'eshma�. transfer students and ummer bs h .o e r' .n f'l h b:;"I�et! . to theIr. 5 h S:;:I� �\.�� lt�"���et \\�te: th e by the seillors espeCIally I the ligbts hooked up so can tell , many rriends returning from Eman- M ke C 00 I '5 I r .n ' I \�l; I' uel Hos�ital in Portland. ��;�! ����, ��:er t��n ��::: �h er, were not too T EaSier is beyond all expectations. Private T.be girls, howev phO�es (ten cents, pl.easel. modern ;:rl:���1 t:V��\,�h��� �::'alroS:�:;i�� I If you had taken a trip just a few furnishIngs. every.thmg except r! blrln'da y par:ty. Conspiring with O. I shan weeks ago, vacationing PLC /----:�: �:h��:u::n� Ira�:: gt� d;a::�IB. to keep her out.UD-tilll:OO, the s�udents w o u l d have �een seen I P t Senior girls, plus Mrs. Nelson and \\orkJng at any job you could IlMlle. . I could finish this Mrs. Nick, surprised Gloria Kvlnge Up North, Tom Householder Wi-S � �%.��r, maybe with a beautiful cake and the UBllal painting house. The local bakery ' . In the same town was Delphine ,party games. (Eating and giggling) Ii . Well, bow about that!" seemed The Junior girls, besides writing Danielson's summer pastime. Won­ to be echoing through the corJidors I secret letters to a friend (boy) of del' If she ever sold a cake to Merle it of :the new South Hall as more Qnd I Milly Van Buren's , are asking the Hanson, Dick Knutson, or Dick II more girts entered the building a.nd QuesUon ot the week, to which no Jardine, who were up there. inspected their prospecUve rooms. one seems to know the apswer, Friday nsh Is gOing to be hard 'I And well might they have said It.. "What Is Mary Lou Biery holding?" tor Gerda Nugaard and Ruth DullLl everyone rs more than thrilled at And to the pseudo·Intellects who to ta�e aftE!I' the salmtlil cannery. 'j the -rooms, lounges and taclUties wlll attempt to write the "Pro- Down in "Water Washington," provided for them In {he new worn- Jetarlan Profiles" we cannew sug"palnltng all only .the green you see on When you pause ... make it count ... have a Coke en's Donn_ an Intense study or ,the Golden campus," was 'FJoyd Ohman. Carol Going along wfth the new Dorm, gest Rule and TIme magazine. Drace, who lived in "pouring Parknew or�anlzation Is evolving; oomMain land," reported using 40' gallons ot posed ot the South H&!l girls. At The campus IsOl again 011 to keep warm when not working their tlrst meeUng and devotions oJ! As.SePtember 20th Ie.llalive ILdue. . at Dairy Queen. Sue Skubinna at. Sunday evening, Sept. 19. President New IJews. old will derive tende� summet:. school and learned Je.anne Frieske presided and a de· I or our campus news nd you. o play golt. (I�ew someone must lire a deion was reached to dissolve the I We see that a few sophomore ·thave some real work), name ot Delta Phi Kappa and girls have come back with diamond Outdone East of the mountains Bob rings. CongratulatiOns are in order Keller farmed. Jerry Larson just for Liz Omll and Darlene Haugen. workect at rour jobs. (No wonder TOM'S Since the new dorms are begin­ some couldn't rind work). ICE CREAMERY ning to out9' hine Old Main there , Toot, toot - here comes Wally (Formerly McCA Y'S) have b e e n some improvements Rogelstad and ,the Southern Paclflc. made. Fourth tloor has acquired a Kathy Biery rode h r s e s and Tom "!lnd Veta Whittle.ey. propL sewing room and snack roO'lll. The laughed' at the dudes all day.'Thls TOM ANO RUBY girls on all the floors bave done a she calls a job on the ranch. beauUtul job in decorating their California crops came in with 22 FLAVORS rooms. Freshman Bonnie Trol'dson knee­ Fresb fee Cream We wouid like to take thIs o'ppor-' deep. in peaches and' grapes. T·he aonLEo UNOfI AUTHOIITY Of THE. C0C4..cOLA COMPANY IV : tunlty to welcome all the new girts only CO<?A-COLA BOTTL:ING, INC., TACO�A. WASH, chance for sunshine and Dick LARGE, THICK SHAKES' ..� I, ci '�I'� trade -t. and we l'hink they really are a...swell C I"", THE C��d�,--9,!,""'NY ey sta·yed inside sewl�g.,.;urni-· OU R SPEC IALTY �u�:� J I bunch .or kids. IT o

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pillow cases and make Uke air raid si re ns. Other minor matters whJch more t h a n likely bave convineed our neighbors t·hat all college ,aludem.s are crazy are girls In pig tai ls and the boys with their shirts inside out ' Saturday. the iait day or Fresh· man Week, will begin with a meet· Ing or all frosh on the fro nt steps of Old MaIn at 9: 30 tor something very Important which ·has been kept a eecrel and a plcDl� In the after­ noon. The only consolation that fresh­ meQ &,el out or this week is that they bave three more years to pull same stunts on the freshman for the next thre4! years. So and be&r it. tre&hmen; ft's

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but not critically 'injured In "0 slUon Is Mrs. KelmerRoe. wileaeT. automobile accident early wean_ Kelmer Roe, a teacber of e gion T U l and Greek here at PLC. Miss Boe day mOrning. '

t -

��;;: bl: ��� !10m@-

of two cain'as rlats, each- 2� by 45 fe

r k

8 4-\q. :.,���1

ohest, but no bones

Second

which

eluded in tbe conversations will be men lion of the

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A crew

0]"

buihlings oh

other

� t lltlellts headed

by

thf> O: k ro[l each €\'ellillg, back 8tage in the C.\IS, trom now up until the time of the pageant. Included in Ihe �roup are Lee Horning, J ack Shullz. . 'like lirilfin. Abdul·d-::>uu· bagb, Louis GeIsert, Stan It e a d , .I

err y

Slatlum

and

adviHed

by

George Hosko�, \\'ill be working on c

Christianity leilve

Sholda"!,

Lowell Tom Reeves, Tom Swind· J o m, �:�in�o��

Hayes, Kay Wise, Jim "lorence, Jon

j

�VOB�,

at Ta·

{'obsoll . :\Iyrna Shelver. Ha.t Soder· man. Barbara Johansen.

Howell.

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. meeting, At tbe laa' ASB l::oy.ncil

Dr. Pflue,er ��l, Nj:t.4-!'9 Qc:\. �.

I

I I �� 1? 8�meel.

�Iyrwang, :\ yr

Lastitia

I na Pfar,

vi Biery, I alll, Hellan. I

:\larsh, Beverly Smith, Carol ·Vohs, Sol e g

Lee.

L.ou

Second Altos,

Caml

Edlund,

;\lary

Nancy '

Mina. Raaen, Pat Bundur·

Doris DII:\louchel. •

First Tenors

Stan Hillsman, Ed Larson, John .

Rf>ay, J

i m Simonsen. Steve Brandt.

Set-ond Tenors,

Reid

Frenl,

Ray

Reierson, Hans Hollerup, Joe Dan­ iei:lOn. Virgil Anderson.

Basi,

First

Sophomore '

"Y'tay�· Gold�· DOn-�eL.....

son, Joe Reitz, Duane Romo, Don

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Tl1gges, Ron Smith, Jerry Kalyan,

a-;;'

RoperT.. Keller. Charles Don'bum. Seco �d s Don Brunner:- Alan Jean Peterson, Janet Towe, Freed, Jim Lokin, Martin Simms,

Second Sopranos,

Ellickson. B I' u c e Hille, Norman Schnalble, Kerma Knutzen, Darlene Haugen, Birge Pearson. John Moon. Dick

I i

Sandra Jacobs, Jo Anne Knutson, Myking. Greta Johnson, Carolyn Hoogner, Le Nell Howell, Joyce Markert, La· \'o�ne Stenhjem, Jane Wolk, Shl r·

First AI

ley Buschlng, Sherry ·Lee. · .... A n i t a Schnell, Harriet Con·

to

.CWEEK'S CALENDAR

1

Monday, October ) \

verse, Pauline Skjonsby, Delphine 7 30-Rebearsal ror pageant, CMS, . rbara Danielson, V10 Iet Ru ed , Ba C.Mg..l�2, Radio Studio. ! I Skjonsby. Pat Olsen, Ordetta, Bech- 7 : 00-ICC, lA04. tel, Joan Klttelson, Barbara Ristau, 1 7 : 1 5-APO, L-117. . Koppe .

Second Alto.

16 : 45-Wednesday. October

Tuesday, October 5 '

, '7 : 30-Rebearsal ror pageant, OM,S. MC S--U2, Ra�io Studio. Nancy TUrman, Martha Douglass. 1 Stud ent Council. Hurd', Inez Isaksen, Betty

Johnson, Donna �Ig�i-, Ruth Hauge.

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Silvia Johnson, F1orence' Ohristen. 7 : 3o--Rehearsal f�r pageant, CMS, CMS·122, Radio Studio. s en, Roberta H"U m b I e, Lorraine Janet EmUson, �fars.ie Wilkins, Langeland, Marlene Babnlck, Joan 7 Rose Ann Jacobson, Jo Ann Dahle. Knoph. Dave Cbur- 7 : 3o--Pl'A, SUR Evelyn Biery, Shirley Savage, AI· ness, LaVerne Stough, Larry Peter. 1 7 : 3 O--Reheaa.ai tor pageant, eM S. ' zora Albright, Marilyn Viebrock, CMS·122, Radio Studio. , Roald Feness, Dick .F%lrne8s, Delores -Evanson,Anna Marie Grom� Bruce Dahl, Don Mortenson, 8 . eatrice berg, C �OlYD Winkler, B Orme. Maurice Fink, Alden M c· 8 : 0o.--.:-�A 'Movi e. . Kechne Scbeele, O&rol BottemUler. Sylvia y Ray Men sch Neil KVern, ! 7 : oo--PI Kappa Delta cruise, ' Herrl� �aJilyn Hefty, Syl\'la Klr' Raym ond Neh,en, Tom Reeves, og. it , _ tebo. -W1llnl� Mi·tton, Jo 'Ann Knut· er Olson. Ragna.r BenlOn. . Football away-Pactric U..uJversity , s��. June Gall Gruip, Ltv ' Ken Robinson. Ray Mag- 6:0Q-4-PO <formaJ pledging. faculty

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First· Ba.ses,

the constitution or the newly o rgan. continuance of merger negotiations ti Ized C hristian Studl!nt AsSocIa on \\ I t h t h e EvangellC1\-l Lutheran was approved. This group 1 a con8 U Churcb, t�e .n1t.�,," �an,�.U �. LU. J:1qrch and . tke Lu�era� :cderatioD or LSA. Mi ssion Cmsad· theran e ra, and- the prayel: and noon war· ..� Qqvtq,s. Hel�Q Jord�p.r, . l-'ree <?burch. Call nuson.

!

Second 'Sopranos,

Anlla Lee, :\laria Gabrieben, DOllna

More Girls Named

. 't.

Arlene

Giger. First Altos, Shirley Savage.

I

SNdent -e9Uncll Meet

:\'Ianie :\1("­

Seeborg,

lloeshore, Ka.thy GlIlhangen, Winny

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Joyce

I �I itlon. Hllth

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member of r)oor committee at . the conventlon. The (:om.mJttee ban·

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Trips Planned

Knutson,

coma's three largest churches, T.V.

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T he Freshman and

David

the group, lu cludlng a monthly radlo broadcast, engagemen.ts

Hinri ehs, il a \ Girls' Drill Team, donned I n white ���I' J���a:' �::���h and black, will be a new attraction r I tor the 195 .,1 Homecoming parade sc������� �;�i�:' �i:s����. �:I:� , nnd game.

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Schultz,

Invitations have been extended to

irIs under lAle leadership of Jane Carlson, Jo�ce PUfrert, will be accompanied by the Ruth Hlne, Bob Lundgren, Shirley !: PLC Band in a colorful haH.tlme I Buschlng, Nell ·Munson, Carol Hart· , , prograw of drills, Cormations, and ,I man, Carol Buschke, Dick Barnwell. band music. . The glTls are: Lavonne Stenbjem, Trips which are being planned Valerie Hayes, Marguerite Gnof!, this season will take the torenslcs Sherry Lee, CarolYIl Hoogner, Jan squad to TUscon, Arizona ; Port. on Durant, Jo Ann Benson, Cathy land, Oregon ; Seattle Pacific Col· B hi'ge, College of Puget Sound ; M e. ' Sannerud. Jean Grad wobJ, J o a n Flaig, Janet TryhUng, Ruth Haugse, Mlnnev1lle, Oregon ; SL Martln' s ' lIIlan Getam, Carole Clark, Peggy . � and Redlands, CalUornia . Arlt, Carol Sorenson, Sylvia John· "I would say, generally speaking, son, Lorraine Langeland, Dorotby J, P. that thIs year's forensics s Q u a d Hickman. Sharol Lawson. Evelyn prospects are prom Ising We bave a Reiman, Bev Sverungson. B e t t y vention of the Amerlcan Lutheran very well balanced senior squad. Church Toepke, Jan Rindahl. Marilyn Le and some very nice prospects com· Rud, Janice Smeby. Bonnie Troed· The conclave will be beld In flea. ing up," stated Mr, Karl son, Joan Kittelson, DarIene Haug· tnce Z\ebraska, 10 the '" eek start· .-.. " � r. Er�cson added, Meetings are n Dalpblne Danielson Marlene IIlg ursday , to be heid �t 4:30 on Tuesdays and ��eSley, Evelyn Quaas , S ndy Voss, pnu�ger, who will be one r � at 7 : 00 on �uradaY8 . . . It Isn't too at Bugbee, Lorraine Schmick . f 0 u r delegates r r o m the ALC s late to turn out yet. Everyone In· P Northwestern District, .....Ill be a tereated Is welcome." . I

This cOllvention will vote on the

Stakkestad, MJlo Scherer,

ship of ninely.four\students. Many

from Augus·

New Drill Team Girls Announced

Joan :\Ieyer . .Korman i"orne8s, Gene

sen. Alan

the convention, Including tbe vital

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tion of :\11'. Fritts, has a member·

Summer School

H\I�tad. :\l arilyn

Lowell

.

... ...:.. :-:*�-;.

school in South Dakota.

cobs, Bette Toepke. Pe;,kec,

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After her graduation

Solne, Ivan Seppala, Ddyrol Anton. :

merger question.

_

lana, she laught EngUsh in a high

Olsen. Sandra JaLinda Hurd, ' Virgin ia T ho m pse n . Judy ilure ker,

Dr. .I. P. Pflueger, profesl;or of and phi losophy, wil l . . Wednesday to attend the blennilll International delegat�

the

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time.

. �" ,

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dies all of the major' legislation or

, A"teIVIe teles

he sludying 1'01' his maHter's Tllo,," ";ig'ninJ! l I jl for t h e forensic ' Ut'gree th e re . al' l i \· i t y were : A n i t a Sctl!ll:'I\, Ue v· ! " . ,\,\� �� W i,',- h yO\1 m I \ �j�.hl��s:lgt�d�:�ll:: _ _. . , you r erly Svenlngsen, Carol ilrall, Janet \ TUrman , E8 t he r Elli t' k!;on, Connie :\l "s. Hot' . l

Dr. J. P. Pflu..ner Is I Dele9ate to Conclave !

Th Dr.

0

i '�I.,:O

tlO I"l:' Karl .

lain l)' \\'ell-ome to help." says Jerry.

pflUeger

.

.

e l oI b r l 'l l; :::;:: � o���· ;k � . '·:�:�' �:le:� � s I ,t j\ t o J w ho enjoys "slapping paint Is \.: l'r·

Dr.

ea r .

. •

.

be a large group of students con· . vet'8ing about campus ac.-tjvities. In-

t·'H1IIHI�.

_

Begl ns Yea r I n 1 9 4 9 she went to summer s('hool here and for three years she " Resolved : That the U n i t e d ! taught in the elementary grades. States shonld extend diplomatic I The Roe l'hildren are also In the ret'ognltlon to ComqnlOist China:' teaching profession. Both w e r e This is the question that debators l gratiu:ttes of PL C . Their daughter, w ill b e I)ondering tbls season. i :\1I-s. �n Sothstei n , l� aches second lry school In An adtiilioll has been made to the , grade III an element, . altilllOre. :\·Iaryland. Her husband I"O;U'hin� s t a f f or the forensics � U . 1:-; taklllg his intemship at the U, S. ti{j II ail : a Form e r PLC Htudent and Publit· · Hospital. ilaltimore, :\lary­ dt!iJator .lon Erksotl, who w i l l take land. Da vid Hoe is t(!aching chem· tltl' role or a:;si..;tanl ("oadl to Theo- i:-; try a L \Va�hi ngIOl1 State and will

Flat

second nat will be of t'be C:\1S blilldlng 'in fronl of wUl

Thl:'

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Deba te S q u'ad

Main will b e done by Ui'a Indulitrlal

y

B eg eln

1954

Two of the fin�s ( choral g{o�ps in the Pacifi,c Northwest have begun their year's �qi.yiti�s on the PLC campus. The Choir of has had to resign becau8� or poor {he West' and tbe<opLC Chorus have both filled their rosters with !te4lth" • ' talented students, who are now engaged in preparinB for the year{s . ���' _ an� Mrs. . Roe . have . l.I ��d . well-filled progra�, . . ' ?al'kl4.n d . �ve.�y.ean,.:. , ..: ,.. �tlitl:j;oii"or_tlle'·· West,.�tla�r. mii--atfettion bf Mr: �i.tnj.n}, . "Prior to coming here, Mrs. Roe's is cOlJlposed of. fifty-nine students. of which thirty-one were educationaL backgrou nd· w a s 0 n m mbe e rs last y.ear. In, a r�cent me(ling to elect officers, Don Tigges nd E n g l l s b. SO IOIOgy major � � was elected presid�nt ; Ray ReirsoD, vice�presidenr, and f0ina I ::Dakota. ;:::� ���::: �u: ;:I;..a�OU� �a:��-si:c(i:��A!Ji���S��; p��,��a(r af:JuS��J��u:of�i�i�i;:r�fc�' and also in (he ReforJ!latioD Day mass chocus Anne Knudson, English tea.cher, The PLC Chorus, under the rllrecwas attended there at the same

raer."'\ll

��� e�:����n: �: ���:�n � ��:; h o to Old Main. In front of this rlat Pl be bed.rldden (or a few days. It �s wlll be the scene of the dedi cation kno\�'n when be will be able to not The rront of the building In 1894 . �neps included "In this scene of Old return to the ela.ssl·oom, ;, one f1a ' will be the ent,"n,e

arts dep,rtUlent.

Taking the place of Miss ' Karen

was painfully Boe as. teacher of rreshman compo·

A unique backdrOD will be a high: . Rel\lrnlng tl'9m a meeting In Se' light In the coming Sixtieth Annl- aWe, Thompson crashed Into a � � ��}���� �� .f..�. "'p�,r�:� ���r .�t� .. �a;cl�_I� . �.n _ d fil' Lu(fieran College tlie weekend , Jfa�a,' 11e' "1Ufret'ed a oa:d:iT.-<ri;j,t gf October -17. The biggest drop tongue, lacerations 'In bls chin and l:'v er ' to be used a� PLC will consist lost teeth. H� also was In·

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economics and busl-

ness admlnJstraUon

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FRI DAV, OCTOBER "

P'U BLISHEO BY �HE STUDENT$ OF P-,CIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE

�tber.

Q�t.en��. �4' G4r4p.

N �pn1.

Basse..

Thursday, October

Biul

R

Second

1

Friday, October

Saturday. October

lounge. Mark Freed, Dave Steen, Gerald P r i c 4i. DttXMl .A.ndeI"8OD. ! J4nn OUUD�; Nt. RaJ�r.

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Page Two

., lie THE

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fM:t. ,��J,,jhb.r · 4., ' �' ' U . ! ,�"i".,, �� !',\ _� "l ," �, 8!\ )��lil"�.y MUVr'''·< M ••� � ; "1" ,, �, ",' 1" fi A� com plIS b ,�, .J

M OORi,.,

1 , ,'1M � .

Publlsbed every Frtday durtlll< the ""hoof year by studenle 01 Paci c:. • , Lutheran College. , I

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Another's' VI'e'ws

it

except one. When it came to her turl.l, she smiled and said. 'You do give thanks before 'You eat, don't you?' "If students would look around them in the lu�ch line or in the dining hall and picture how much food is actually prepared for each meal. 1 don't believe they would have this ,attitude. There would r:t't be much accamp!ished in the kitchen if �pecial attention were given to eae? pers?n s taste , � any of � might c�an�e our , way of thinkmg If we Just peeked IOta the kitchen from time to time."

t�'

time?

your Chrl sUan attitude at meal ..

"

.

,,1)e1�' �i.tIle

,*S>'.q;;r""��llr.;t� 'th""'_'

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that

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'..;;;: ,.., : R-,,;,n.;,;� .; ' -�"".""'h'!I�

k�,P

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smile that 'be

she possesses; it means the tangy

smell ot a. hot dog at a football

game; it means tbe thrill or listen· ing to a -hymn written 400 years 'be-

fore you were even thou'ght ot; i-t

I

means the padded sound of sboes

running across dewy gNss. befng almost late ror class' i t means .lbe

ested parties notify "Leadfoot" Carol. .

Steila's Fiowers

Flowera for All Occaalona \

d a on.

,.

The Ir.shman know! 'hot !>. 's

at the bottom but he alao Is aware

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,

.

WANTED

Men or women to do part time work afternoon_ and eveninga. 51.50 per h o u r guaranteed to w �hr���, 9���u:��fl��.!:��e �·8�: curlty Building, Aoom'�7.

'-::===========�============ GR. 7463

WE DELIVER

415·

ping-pong, fads, curf;w hours, midni ght studying, movies and all the other funtlamental trivialities which prove -so Individually vttal 1n 'obtaining that word-e uc tl t

.

Garnctd 8t.

.. .J.'

--

v�f'

'or 'the rormula to the top. For with

and Evely:n Q�aas!. .l{ Is rU' l 'hls consumate ambition. imagina. ��red that they e�n bad flowered ti on and unlimited creative abUlty napkins. T b 0 s e pa.ekages from the road stili looks long but the borne really are wonderful, don·t light bas turned green. .

n.,.ly ..I<><:I.><I yo� think?

So, upperclassmen, why not, in

One girl on third floor is destioed all seriousness, say � sHent prayer to become another "Swannle." This sometime . tor the grad uating class namely Martha Douglas (�klp ) , of 1 968. May you pray 'tbat through about 'every prank possible 'the grace of God we

Especially tbe counsel-

One night they round cookJe

mlcht

have the and Christian foreslgbt to ! and the prpud

fuitber

tracUon on c9JIl1)us. We're havtng a contest to see ,it 8.nyone can gueBs bow long it wlll take a monkey with , a wooden .leg to ldck the seeds out of a 4tlI.plckle. The -winner ",111 be­ come the tlrat on PLC's Campus wear a pair or white bucks 'with a built-In bar-ratl . . .' -the kind of shoe that leaves a diet1nct:lve tootprmt. "Tbe cot1test-:wm -be hpld the third Tue84ay' hen . week ot the. tull , moono'Thre8

cheere ror telephones. a new game

' have lear.ned.·

" (rustrate ,the operator." " The

Is 10 run. down the hall, taIdDc eT­ eryone'. telephone ott Ute hook, and .tben trying- to rePlace .them tClhe& on to wb8.:t's . -abe. oa.. PU n! It you W'1LD.t to name (or an,lnie else'.) . bring the ne.... go.lIp aDd ' to Room 517---,the one wJth tbe c;J1 a t

b!g .Jmdow.

,

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not..Jdd In""lt1elt, �!1 � trom."WI'�

"1'&11

�ro

amazll"g,

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j . Dorm' Do;n '5 ;; ;;;;�;;;=;; I. Well, student body of PLC, w,bere is

,

. .. :................................:...................:.:..B�'R���� ER . . . . . . _�O.RX�1.B i. � . �l I

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Entered as second class ma1.ter, October 2, 1162, 1M. the Post Orfice at '. lhrough Seattle'. teemin& m111io�� anl � -prid� Parkland, WuhIngton. ngl afr'elh· , W'bat are .the maln ·thl '. Ballard; tbr9ll«h the .acenlc:.. beauty spot ' which i, Lake SteT.na, .DO�. ottice: "Student Union ;: , � ;� Telephon� p:��te Ssp.. maD:. n"?U�ee',when �� . . . � ectu- ward untn obr 1"0 naUTa �Ia �, Cook arut- Tour. wi. their 1Dte1Ieotul· . r �. , Subscr1pUon pr:tc��.�O per y�� � �... "l, caUon at P&clrtc Lutheran, CoUep! b'.�U9 vlillo..n' IU'$ "bJ tO ...mlnKiJ· .... o� � .:. · · .. 41acerh. IQ the ci11t.&!lCe: . � . �O "ON A.�oii.: ,ot thi\ lower . .. EDlTOR·IN"-CHIEFl:. .... ... ...... . .... .. ... .... ..:.....l..•••••••:••JOAN KlTTIlo.Lll the horJaon the Swaah- term : ;'Klmosabe," whlch looeel,. ...·__1 ....._.1 " v NEWS EDITOR......_....... ....................�._......:...C�THER.INE SANNqt'UiQ ·campUB I teel that In' thl,� 'ca�e .'l�I- means ' ''Burlington, home or Jerry Benson." 4. ,- . .. . _.JOANNE" POENem l FEATUJtE EDITOR.........,.... . . . - '. -r .' '1. " ;1" .. . . ....._. _.. ficallon Is a ·vlrtue. ' In born, which ts .. S�. ..:": �: .. _�:. OO�OTIfY JO MAKE·UP EDlTOR llN�N , �. VmIJN ' rrbe �an has three months 'Jerry or lbe sort·brown eyes rreB l.:L T bA:i:.L ,SPORTS EDITOR................ ....... .. ... ... _....... ... . .. . .. . - �. _ . 'W . , ag � l n· lower Tlbet-okee ten okee an obscure mountainous vlll u.me. or the Sports· Starr..... .... ........ .....Dwaine Brandt, Lpuie Spry, ;Tames Jacobsl?n previouS, experle.nce:d 0 06 . , ,Jtt".(ti..'e,qe or ten 'our became {L poUtIcal eml .. EXCHANGE' EDITOR.... .. . m"Ost a.mazing mO,menrl or b ls ttte. Utat transcends �II otbers because ot' poittic"&i atrl1i.�·' Wtfh ' a( .ub- . -= . .;t \J BUSl�ESS MANAG ..................................... _ ...;.................. " '::1".::. as It.pos" th ' " . ' , . a fraterntt .BOclal V�l'II t v� , nd " AUL· L CKY Yes�gIhtsaid ... ' Beta a.r, Beta Nu. ,Tightly lacing �8 ane:a AD MA:NAGER.... .............. ...... ....:....._... ..... .......... ..... _.......__ ...t" >: q'u�8tion now rovoking thO �kv�m; �h�I� R � It Sven.lng�n, �.!:!. " I ' P ... .ri .Lbat aU:":! nu�c. �g hIS:, BP a.ce .oadet hel,�e� , our chubby Uttl� revohiUo�al'f �n . . � ks;, D � I . ..... _ ,0 "'Hli "ffil 'b;;t-;::- .:iiaI,l4 Redw.n;,ll& �II r� . .'Bu01t'liiil l . � . ·_ .. .,.. ""� _ . � JI. � ... . e as e . . , em . . i� :a , !. ' . 'le8-,. l .lld}lB: . ' . � _ " 1l Nordquist) Ted Carlstrom, Garoly:n Hoogner,'LOrralne 8�hoo.l .gr MarvQnek, Pb. • . Schmick, Myrna Berg. Arlene Baker, Tom Reeves.. selves, " \vell , here 1 am : what do- l 'But soon, because.of his great protJr;:lency In l�"e.rder.�n•. learned " . know." � You may ' h a v e rurtively In 'lbe tncense-fl1led, �colleges ot the occult Orient. the daehJng . . 'was proselyted by tbe coaching .tat¥or·BorUntton High and-, lOOn B. Mr. aI),8Wer the as laughed a:t yoursetr perhaps evolved ' Into an Immense became lbe most sougbt·after cbaUel sioce M'IlI:veloU8 HanhmAD tore and . . nothing. So you decld'ed to go to up the' cow pastures ba'ck in '06. This prowess ,In the. sport of Being editor of a college newspaper poses many problems, but we college, In this case a Cbrlstlan In- hioS arrlllation with the -small adical sect, E.L.C., caused ;the tilbulou8 also have our moments. or 'gratification. The following letter was, besides stltutlon, to further or maybe we Jerry B. to matricula.te at the ivy-covered walla and lear�e4 halls of being {Ln in-spiration, very tn�erestlng to me. My only regret.is tha t should say begin your true edue.a- A. Herbert Nedtow's ",P,L.C.''' But wbat of his life at Lutev111e? Our only was unSigned: answer can be t� rerer-you to the tiles In the Dean �r Men'• . ofNce where rUo n. you will find (under Benson, Jerry) an afternoon of ludlc.f9UB reading. "When first coming . to �acific Lutheran College 1 noticed I \Vha't is that word, anyway ? Web. about I ster define education as the syete-. Tbls has been 1be bea,rt {ending ·tale or a, child dop� addict, Jerry that it was the regular ntual before every meal to gnpe, - the food, It seemed to be contagious ; one would start and then matic training of tbe moral 'and In- "Like·un.to·a-Gazell.e" , Be'!l99�� wno truly exemplifies tbe Amerl.08n way . -: everyone at the table had to say his liule piece before finally set- tellectual factH�les. Yes, 'but actual- ot llfe, '�tbe full trealment" as It were. ' _ I Iy it I s even more than tbat. A col- -. . tling down to eat. NOTE : For a mere pittance. the magnanimous authors of the above "One day a friend told of an incident last year which I think i lege education to Q rreshman , also arUcle are willing to sublet 'thelr oUi ce, the- centre booth J� the coffee . or a tr endlY hello should be passed on. Everyone at the table had given .their gripe 1 means the sou�d 'Shop, during the mornings or Monday, Wednesday e.nd Friday. All Inter· or. and certain.

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....'.er · M ... �ftIa, IIICIJ Saturday, altomoon tho T\ctoI'7' .

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lock � � ro to , T�.,: w:u ·the bo r Clr tn, V�C�U&D�D. a r t ._f th K1�S II X couv� r, . " ..... tS.hf H.is punt· However, Coach 1)(&" J. not.� t. Saturday n �e J.. ' · he &Dd a yard� 36 e , was they bow Ing the -..1nless ThU�der� , liI ond QU4�,r '1heD. � - 'ghrlN1aD.. ' lIIt "urag �. � , booJb.i Qj punt'.""u fum bled.' b :t, � the oniy touchdowo 'for PLC. 4 y. Scouting report. re-.eal that tlIie · ;;'�on·th' e. Lo_ a pretty g� team," UBC'ers ·are. big, f...... and. nlI'Ced., :o,�l. ' , ' '. ' · r ' .. a.-� ; � . 8 h ,as a e pl . ..,." .. p ",�.., 1, . , u....... , l s. lat�; TQuimY:0 ' '., �r. ., .c.kD.�!"ledged, "bU;t we, �n and �tlng an oU�.lng pauer ,. ' �y , . d�":�Tw;"" 'p . hA .t� �..e " ln Duncan and -a grll;llt bl& ;1�poun4 . --; ..,.. " ,,,;,, � ' 'f i-o er, ; (.r"bm m .n , qU&lltet� . · . �ay � a an .elghteen 1�r 01� freah· fu J.lbaclt .ln Bold1D;g. BaldJng 11 rEtR.;te'raJ Way, hl ' t' the same " Cbpl . n

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:lu1U:� �;'::h::�;e:ae: �n: a Q .t r p , # lor. Dorlng, hiS" len ior year, 'he bro ke Har�hma�, hasn't de<;lded"as yet 8S powertul independent oUtfit wi th late ...of. tale�t . and _ brawn. . UBC may goa.l� line, That" extra. point pI1lY,ed his leg l- . . and so � unable to play, to . who will s uit up for tb e game, � -the dUfereflce. provide quite a surprise in Evergreen competition this , year, be to . , He &' laO pl1lyed bafieball and was on but . he did say that the team will Whlle 'we're on ·the subject of football.. 1m's take a look at the na· ... Tb. e Lutes dIdI 'have a. cha.qee ,to "bw all-city·tea.m fo� this sport. ' I have tO' sh, ow a 0It m?r.e liU8Ue 'than ' tional scene. rre-eeason f..vontes to knock Notre Dame out of No. ··l pull the game out of 1.he fire in the , - This slx.toot . prefers co l· tbey ''d aga,nst tlie Loggers, or ' 'rhen they,' recovered I lege football inathlete hi- fourth Quarten spot are. ' . Texas, Maryiand, Okla:homa, IIIinoI s, GeorgIa Tech , and MJco.y comparison to _the 'else � they'l1 c o m e ba.ck winless qu one of CPS 8 f , r fumbles on the r . gan State. Already Cour of these have been beaten. . . , . high school sport. again Texas went down to defeat, 21-0, at the h8.nds of Notre, Dame. The Logger 24·yard une·l The stfi)'u-t CPS "College football Is easier: hel ex. The. team wHi Jea:ve. for Vancou· . " h Irish were led by Ralph .GoUgUelml, a good bet for All American at quar· l!.ne held the Lutherans on the 14· T e plays are a lot c ea plained r· . .. ' . attem�te!i vel'. Friday morning immediately' . -terback position, He passed for one touchdown and ran the other two. yard, however,. and a1.l field goal by Pacific "Lutheran w,ent �T... . follOwing the Chapel exerc1 ges, Illinois was upset by Penn State, 14·12, ' . to PLC becausej "this Ray came . amiss State, Rose Bowl cham·ps of last season, were• out·�ought, { Ch a freshIJl1ln Is t h� place, �here the Lord guided , Ra� Chriatianson" . . H'I , y . . , me to come. He has n o t " from Lincoln in Seattle, won the FJorlda squeezed by Georgia Tech 13·12. . -I IS -but , his r o j ed is a n i . he interested award player m Okla'homa had to stage a real rall� to down Texas Christian, 21.16, game's outstanding ..:. Though 'the future is not as dark Besides scoring PLC's only touch· fores,try. in .the last quarter. as It may appear because of -the indown the surefooted Christi anson Maryland was not In action last weekend, e h ! ron� there are a nine punts for a 36.2 aver· � : �

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column appears .the world series will be underway head hl�lfJay through' ,the noose, but 1 can

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was shown In the National league when New

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to'ug>ht off both Brooklyn and MJlwaukee In the final da s. of the pennan.t

stretch, Clevel and has terrific pitching but don't s,U the Git\nt mound staff too e ho rl I tb1nk the competition-In the National league has been som.e.what b�tter and.that mJ�t proYJ'l Quite. a dlUerence. ... �___ . . I would be nice to · see· Bob FeUer win his first World S�rles game,

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to think about ba.ketball, but expectation. 'are ItIceIt. �umor ha. It that Vern Hanaon haa been "Ittlng in front of

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way. to make ugly face. at referee• • . • What prl_ce glory? ,

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p�obably have my

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pP(lgtn&- guelle-llke around ·tack· l� d�1D1ee' and . proStr&tfl well w\eh!i'I"B, we made our . "!ay tQ. �e

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studY,. N:ot v;:anttng to' talk' �D tbe h"ddle.

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�ft�r � �ueee"'ul �um��r t;.ealOn. Jam,e. LOkk�, Ja�ea 8Imo"'8On, ' French and Ronald $mItt:\. �re �,w t�urlng with the. W.orthwHt Grand

tibly brighter. "You want an Inter­ view,

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ibis baggy jeans he extracted tvlo

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Touring

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B&rbara Breur and Lu Alit, ,� '!'.... . of cJMMo II' t,qel� , l�vlD.i qwte��. t\e ��� � V-an carT)'1n& ber buck· " ev.�m �Ilo Wt � �'� 8t to cry Into at M.unlflc.nt 011... fa,::1I1ties pro�, f� .ron fo' Tbe trelt powlng In '\he room Evdn ,�be ·tyke �oz:t � o.f the 8em widows? (carol ' Brace meats ian't as paJntul 1lS was and Bel. HanSO�) ' or Dee ,Dee Cor­ anticipated, IndIvidual tele: man not typing, and the vIew o( North H·au "Supe�cmous Sneer" might well from ,the north ' add ,lhe foot�i be calle": "Dlsd�lnrUI D1epa.rage," Meld from ,the south side ,�;e un. as It Is n�thlng bat a mud-throwing N . O ch o ea m ro to advantages " piece oC perversion by a duo ot elm· ODe's complainin ,. ' ulaled plebeians. Our suggestiODs Is Elections of officers for the sOuth. \ "Sauve que peut," d organization have resulte in the follOwing selections: President,

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h I � l �: � � . • f a t t :��;�d ;�: ::�;�: �:: I l ' ;�� :; . ' uled at dCf;oratlon with the 60th . Annivcrsar Celebration delign. · Yect ha b een und ' Th l l . proj i . °" 1' A mIlestone on the road of publtc speaking wlll be reached • taken by the Itu dent counc 1 I • wltb additional help from Spur� this Thursday as PLC celebrates Its 60th year of educattng young A"'t. � ....d..an Aes, with wq,rk lmen and women culturally. intellectually and s-pir,lt.uallt. On gri-� l;;:.fJ"itsaofrlr{i -arn � to b.t·� l n af'ti� -fi;';-FT)l ;;;�..a� rYUr �n;u�:r-�� � �tp.: �� �-;:.!o --. FrJday night. on "Chnstlan Education and tne State: ' by the Han. A rth u[' B. In order to encourage a large L anglie , governor ,of the state of Washingto at 1 1 :00. In the n, wrnout., the council will be fu.... . ' . . n lsh i ng refreshments .-or those afternoon. Mr. Wdham RIeke, Mrs. Arnold l\nderson an? Mr. Glenn Johnson. former PLC students will' present topics cent�rwhp are able to help.

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T h�m pson F u neral Sa t:U rd ay 32.

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. . Fifteen new members 'of Alpha th� Student . Unlon Lounge. In Final enrollment statilltl�s were frater ," na college onal Omega, hi Eternal "The a U Slave evening the , · recently released by Dean Hauge, P Vlol�-Mrs, G. Gilbertson, Lind ni ty, are being initiated �his ! pageant, \Hitten by the Rev. Robert settl.ng total regIstration for the . , Karlsen and ShIrley Savage. The purpose of the fraternity In thlll ' rlrat semester at a. record ot 1,010 Lutness, depIcting the history ot . school, Is to assemble former I5COUt· . Cellos _ D, Rasmussen: Donald ' students. PLC, wl1l be presented. Peterson, Janet Smith, Carole Long I n the tour regular classes, an In. ·tralned men In good Christian r ei- I and to sene the student and 'Shlrley �rallum. . Membert of Cast creue at 57 over last year's total lowshlp body. facul ty. 1\nd the youth of the Double Bass-MarY Drexel. The membel"ll of the pa&'e&nt pIa,. for the same group was noted. naUon. Dick Brandi. Is president at "'Flutes-Judy B'!rekw; The seniors, with a total of 168, 'Ue: the narrator, Dan Wold a 'j Oboa--:-Pearl Venne, Ried French, number. 94 m�n and 64 women. Jun· PLC s lphla Phi m a. ' A � eg JUnior; the voice, S�u Gilbreath; Karen Melaenhelmer, Joan Meyer, 'are total nl, of which 93 are men T·he InWats are OOln« command- ' -the 'slave, Judd Doughty; H o n g, and Sandra Jacoba. and 78 are women. Out of last year's ed to exerctse their Tocal cords each Darelt Anderson; the boy In th� I I as800ns-Donald Rast and Hog. froeh class at 311 IItudents, only 201 morning at 7 a.m. this week, sereno " kicking wst" scene, Dan Wilkens, I ' er Westberg. adlng the girls with a "Good Morn· a sophom�re ; the girl tn the aame . ! SOPhOmores returned, with 116 men French Horns-Adrian Knutsen. and 86 women. All tbe senior, class Ing" call . seen,e, Roberta Bl'rkedahl, a j11hlor: Trumpets -Jerald Bayne, ROBe- n mber remained constant f r o m To Gather Cedar Dr. Eastvold, Tom Swthdland; Dr. Robert J; T hompMft anne HarUlI, Rodney Chrlsttanlon lallt.,,-Y,J!Rf. and as the juniors only Saturday thp pledges win 10 out Strunk. Jon Sollie, freSlluilan; Bar. and Norm FOIburg. 105t 30 members; it Is. to be noted in the 8chool truck t� get cedar for stad, Howard Jeanblttnc. AboUt an· . voId will gt've the' sermon. Prot. Trombone-Allan Freed, D a v e that the greatest casualty list comes PLC's alxtJeth ·annlvereary. In the other 120 students are callt In the ' Frederick L. Newnliam' will sing , ' between �the treshman and sopho- en�lng, form:a1 iDitiation � and Prof. R. B)"6rd Fritia waL: be Steen. crowd scenes. � _ • ' Tympanl-,:-Pa\ll Lucky. and ollO w �/ • -� more reera �'. ' .th � ' e. �PQ·l.i. p�. � . _F -DeW I da "1 :00 s c�ebr the . Frlelal-at '::' The iari�i clallB to bit enrolled: membe1T'W l!f� eamp KIhf"Orth �t10-; w m b The Seattle Pipe Band ol " �hl�h- ...... Plano:-::onelt.-L&i· - - .----" � opened wIth� Co n 1 o ca '"!" � � • ...l. 80 far tn th� history of PLC 18 the at Brown's Point, near Tacoma. fOr lion in the auditorium The ReV. Thomp'son 18 a member will-play a37 member freshman class wIth a pledge party. . "The Lament" a t t h e graveside H. t FOn president at the Paellic The . ney,: memben comprille ot • 187 men and 150 women. services in Mountain View Cam. Dlstrlct ot' the En.ngeUcal LutherThere are 107 apecial and grad· the following ' Stanley P a w l e y, ' Free ter)', Tacoma, an 'Church and the chairman of the ' d 36 td t omen takIng DavId Churnes8. D a v i d Dawson. t . TholDPlIon died Wednesday eve- Of Inter-elt to College BoardIi.of Trustees, will be b e nder he e1tenslon Kenne�h Gjerd�, Roger West erg, i .nlng In a Te.com:l ho,epit.lI whlle the main slJ6a er. 1. People who would like to Jolft Jim Wallin, MUo Scherer, Warren plan. ' 8 undergoing an operation for the reo the oreheltra, especial ly �reahmen • In the evening lit : 15 a concert Matthes, Karl Forsell, Jon SolDe, moval of a blood clot. The clot ha_d and, .ophomorel. , ' �hald P[rlmmer Tom Morris Rob- win be held in the chapel. T'h e col· tormed a8 the result ot a c!Jest tn: 1 2. People who plan to teach ft. 0 0n. Do��id -Roe, andChu�k lege s9J91Rs -�ense mbles W'Ul� I ert . Jury 8uf�ered In an automobHe ac· sing. Allo on the , �� f� thI!I str-umental (or- vocal) music In the Slater. . ....:.. - , cldent September 29. day Is the' cortee�hour li1 the stu· ' public "hoole Juniors and senior. For.e slc8 wUl ta�e l18Cond lac 6 � + Atter the. automobile accident, dent Union loun«e At 8:00_P.m: ' . . � Included. ' ' to ,th. LtSht of the 81h.ry MOOD "fhomp.on was .hosplCalised over. urd 0 Plotb. 16. . t a Octobe, S . y a . The beg i nning string class, � hICh I Frl�� night, october - 8, when Pi I' , nlgbt and came home. He was see�. I neers ,banquet, will be 'be� 'in the . .,.). I Ka .. ! me�ts In room 228 (the. band roo ' .' ppa Delta me�ben and other I Insly recovering well from thel a�EI. 1 dlmng baU .t 7.:00. �he KeY. Henry M Wednesda .s Monday, 1 ... tober" � C � I y Friday, Oc . and Frl IItudents cruise on the Gallent Lady . · dent when the pre8ence ot the clot F Schuh wJll be the ma:tn day during the f�fth period Is , de- under tbe 'Narrows Bridge. 7. oo-PI Kappa Delta cru se. became known Wednesday. Signed especially for you. You need Departure time is 'Set at 6 : 30 from , S oo,-Soclal, Fq,tu1tr, T eachers 0r and President S. C. Eazrtvold ,rlu be Tbompson came to PLC In the the toastmaster. ReM"'tIJ}jli for , not have had "revlous musical ex· 014 Main, -according to Tom SWlnd' ' America. . ta.U 'ot 1953. Prlo'r to that he had • this b a n q u e t may be obtained pertence, ... though at least average land, chaIrman at the cruise. About \ i through the pubUc relatlot18 office. . Saturday, Octob \ (Continue"-.. on Pake nfee) musIcal talent It: de'ltable. Thl. Is ! 10 o'clock the Gallant Lad)' will 1 7:30 a.m.-6 :30 'V.m'-U � 9 Outing, � 'f . , On Sunday� the day ,will an activity; no c h . r g e II made land at the Dockton pi nic �unds Mount Rainier. , . through the bualness office, al)(l no' where cocoa. cortee chambur'pnI 6 OO--Alpha Phi Omega 0 r m a l with the f"that wor.'htp.at 10 : 8�O f� l-.udttort � , credit II o,!ere�. . I pledgln" Fu:ulty ]o ' •� e:� aDd trlmmlnls wHl S8"ed. After � � . ctTeiii In addition' to learning to r;lay the', lome entertainment turnl8b by S}OO-FootbaH game, Paclt1c y. . . ' �.Sc�. D.D.. ..b)' 8111del\' of ·""' -· .J.- �_ �rumt · Oct.o6er 18. • • 1 ns . n' (vI0 IIft,' V I° Ia, ce ,I0, .� .. Mr. ,"c lIOn, the yacht will r cruIse . .Sunday, October' 10 the prlmav Monda)" \ g.Ueal lArt:heran Immedl· ), yoU,. get practical e'!.peT�nce under the Narrow. bride' and back : 7 OO-Lutheran ba .. f!ludents' �socla· a.tely foUOWln3 the wore!Up aen1Ce election tor Freshman. clus OmC8ra i masterlhg the f�nd.me"tall to the Top of the Ocean. tJOD, SUB. I' . wJll be hetd. The run-oU, wlU be � will be the d8dilaUonot the 1tei'{.. m(.sl�, !ut.�re t��ch�r. b6c6tne aCt. O'b the committee for the crutlle ,I . "onday, OCtober 1 1 the luccee�1l8" da.)a w1th a majority da.Dce Ham. At S :�O '-Th6 EterllAl � a u cia m a t e qu l " �i:I-'\� lth b ftd .. �hod a e Con8tance tHu�d, poeten, and 9 : �P1 Kappa De� C'fi.U2: , '" yote to declde the ..lnnwe. . Skve" wm be �re8ented in dle .n� materl !' wh\lch �.n be u••d In Ruth Hemo.... !ood. Oha1H!fOu.ee ' tor " :So:-8OPIi. cla.ii , Bua· Th08e nown.ted are: cliapel a.tidttOrluDt Theft wtlf &liO developlni �itt l n . pr,ograml )" putt. the ennln"'I' _ .. an Ilr. and Mn EriC' I .;: , 12 • •., � President: Lowell Hlnrl�ks,· Tom' tudctay, OCtOber be .tite repea't perrOrmace _61 thi� cour." en-I II hool Early n " Dd Mr. and Mn. Solbel'C. , 6 : .1--stildeiit 6nmch. Reev••• Chari.. Geldak.r. Rlcha!d . ' pipa/rt ••ptct!Dt tile � hfitIH7. I. ' bellun a.d " hl' t t mlcbt hav. � 1.So;-VI�.• �IU�: . . ' . Schwindt. RoM GoeU. . , .� ha '.. are ..ked. .k�..u. rrl ••c.. �m flill lei� to �. as .....,. as _ 6 :Sil=-lIpun. !fld noo( loung.. . • Vtc..p, ..klOD' : 10bn Huber. Lo;ral<.. U= lat� to ot r»lIllbl e. .. . � .: 13 ', �j TV ......... . \ e l Sh*ldabl, Cbarl." nonliO.. , aid It II

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Moorjllfl Mil.' Published everY the school year by .students ot Pacifte . Fnday dunng Plan 'Foli '> �l Lutheran College. ' Whtle'on miUtary man.u,.... Un. :>.-Egte.red • • second class matter, October 2: 1952, lot the Pott Otnce at . ,summer our- platoon stopped Ia. a PLC'ERS HUNGRY' Parstand. Washington. 7'" . d p amote valley to W'&it tor ' Telephone GRanIte 8111 . . OttIce: S\udeDt Union "Crlmee" •. The ·more �pie you caD la.- ee eba alan . SubscrtpUon pric�$1.50 per year . I. Alwah try to g�t. one of the Tit. to' . <at your tab�.. the iouder our rev dtPJl to mOTe up wttia ihe .. new trayS" whether or DOt you had thf! song. Ma kin« the houored gueat reat of the eGmpaDY. I remember ED .. . ..JOAN KITTELSON to ITC)R.IN-CHIEF NEWS EDITOR... . .. . . .. . .... .. ...... ... . .. ...CAT HERJNE SANNERUD tltt ott 30 or 40 of the other oneil walk aJ.\OUnd the table is alto pod. attUDI" there 1eat:l1ng alaiDat DI7 lookIng · arountl at the emptT FEATURE EDlTOR.... ..... . . . . . . . ... .. _.JOANNE POENCI7l' to get It. tor attr tln& tt nit · althobl'b' rlne' E-UP AN EDlTORS N. JOHN .DOROTH . . w,hlch· seemed to cra.lh . : Y SO ..J ET SVEEN" !. Never tell the .worken· what haVlng :: ::. m cra:l :ro::d anda blackness, :M'R Ib grasp, and thlnkJn, howIn ua � :: ou . nt until they bave dJahed and kn�a· nUglrt. be more nO I wa _! · = c � ;.! j· iA��-9P;:y: S;;�·di � ::::D;�t� : . : . : ::::::: : � g ���� s : EXCHANGE EDITOR: . BEV PIERSON out 8Omeqll.ng elltlrely different. '10 Be aure to &8' m any die- Inwardly humid :we all tell. BuddeD....... . . . . ........ ...RAy GOLD This way'yOU can test their .bUtty paraglng remarksmake N�S M'ANAGER. . . . . .. abOut the tood &I Iy my attention was. cailed: �w:anI :g. �M.AN:A.GER.. . . ... ... . ..... :. PAUL LUCKY to read your mind. ' y ou can think 0f �rougho 't the e - ·to a glpnttc shooting atar ".ll1ch Erekvam. 'Sbeldon Brooks;e.BeTer}y SvenInpon, A.g 3. AIways test th� vanoUl. truita tire meal. Thia can alwaysll be' used.tl Ialu'ed. . REPORTERS-Loia . I.ts tIery tale ot bel.J.ttr, �.. , . . itmanD. Bob Faith Bue Hallanger, Ronald0 HedwalJ. Barbara Gronk�lln.���!:.:. he c.ltfornia sll:y. [ rit.ched. !t .. . � n -t serT CODw. s be you d'lacu; re et�the topl�:for a· � slon � hen l l � e ed , � ..!A tD: � .:. ....� �R��!� ��p.l 1�..c.!-!�D). (-> om :.I�� �d fO.!.. _ ����'�� � � �nUo� -:.::- :--::: ;:..;. ..�-: ;..:.:;,;� � ��� � ��. �.o. �� 'SChimeK, MTI'lfa Eterg:--A"tIelie H&'kf)r;-_TOlij';" l(�"�"".,r.-.''-'1ANI_. . � . . �� ·" 'r-; .qy; lU d lfO' o ct . a; w . e& a.r you 1l. [tyo� e a ted atat ble an .stralght,,�-.::. 4 :r l1L � to wb.ere \ ' up to behold ooe of the . On behalf of the students and faculty of �C, we wish to are sttUog, you can a.tand and wave ,. newcomer am,ves .aak1n.g, "Hay m t beautltul. l ht [ ha ever S g l. ,.. � in my Itbort I join you!" a CieTer reply Is: "I express our deepest sorrow to ¥rs. Robert Thompson in her a napkin, the sugar. or a red fl&«. There. 5. -Mustard or catsup can usually didn't kilow [ was coming QPart." .ee� . celett�al utetlme. bereavement. . in aU ot l� beaut,., the ob be by ned mem the petitionIng I. :Eltlctency . . 12 · increased ta.1 by floods "The sorrows of death compassed me about,' and the ltlcen of h the & queen o t . �ven•• of ungodly men made me afraid . . . In my distress I called upon bers ot a nearby table. Providing placing the entire slice of bread In lD e"gmi ....7. &a only an A.:� ltr the !-ord an.d cried unto my God: he heard my voice out of his you can glre them a con'1nctng your left 'band" and applYin& the but- th story. and providing everyone at the ·ter with one «rand aweep ot the sky. can glonfy ber. temple, and my cry came before Him, even into His ears." Like . 'blind. man with & microPsalm 1 8 :4, 6 tabl. Is nnl�d with the ardcl•. knife. Following several clever remarks 13. As a fitting conclt18lon to .the scope the qu·ea1d.on, "So w-batT" may and threats, the occt!panU t18uaUy meal. pile all the 'remalnlng tood arise In the mind. Thtnk of it. -how­ s�a11 1"e are. Man wu i!ven the 'consent to let you ha�e iL and dishes together a.nd pl�e <he moat A SuperciliQus Sneer Intelligent 'brain of &Il7. an1mal 6. Always arrange to sit taclng �alad plate u side down on top but tiy w;liom·f' Toblnk of the incoming tratnc 80 that yO"Q, can It. Some peopple prefer burying It on. "earth,: intlhtte'iw:l8dom ,. W'U '�nt make -a full report to all the other· unde!' a nQ-pldn. when Chna� 2.QOO !eare .aco. spoke memb�rs at your table as to who ..,. Unlike other columns In this journal (with exception or Midget Mus. -bas . ot there beitig JD01!8" I't&nI lD. the entered� Ings), the social assasslnatlon ot Carlstrom and Nordquist do not have t..han: ift.l.n.s:"" .pf ADd on all never to be omJtted. in 'Deacon' Graa,� as their ultimate objective the dlstincUvely AmeriCan "goal ot med1- the7. aItems ' of thI!.:vrorld. ' ocnty." A prime objective ot this cOlumn Is the enUghtenment and edu. elude:bov&mentioned r e p 0 r t in.As "'selenUat once aid. "In the cation ot ·the great unwashed masses (the authors are dlstlnct1vely a) All New Couplea. (To be tol- Firel:.�g, �r Not? beginning the great" la';llot ·blie cos"dJrty--alls" and �pable ot leading these morning ablutions). Any such lowed by discussion as to wben !'lews of the dartng capture ot a moi, formulated by QOdI.lmade out educational endeavor must ot necessity have many taucets. This week's they tirst started going with each tIrebug by an Esquire Hall m� of nature ·'a �ped! whole IlIA .. frontal assult Is aimed at one phase ot the blologt<:al &ciences, the con. other, their respective qual1t:1ca- spread acrou the eam:pus of PLC. " a reault the -pl8.net on wtl1ch w-e .templatlve outdoor sport, ornithology. Blrd-watch1ng, as a sport, has long tlons. and prediction tor when Chuc� "Deacon" Dotrhowe, freah- find' our bektg wu-.ideal for claimed the author'a relatIvely undivided attention. Our conclusion: Or. they will stop going together) . man resident of the exclusive gtlmtDl" of the humap. ·rae.." the bentthological observation has been neglected! e Hall, W&8 returning from a Actually, you -and 1 are but a b) All Old Couples. (To be fol- lqui A cursory glance at zoolOgical order, as regards the binI kingdom. wfll lowed ater !thow S&tunlay evening. Octoby dbcussion air why they ber but. walt. what of even the reveal 1!hat the delicate equilibrium has been upset. This negation of all - make At appro.Dmateb' 10:45; .. 2. an adorable couple or why . Tbe amoeba. the cen, bowthat Is academJcally sound bas been -credited by many to the venerable they don't make an adorable cou· rounded the eas� �sroom buIldto us Yat h� rtse 1.Dr. 'Moom's Plbald l'iUtherscate--thls is a fallacy! [t has been selen. g ln , the "Deacon" i'topP,8d �rt. pIe). pe �-��:!=lO� in- --. t. .. .......t1tk:ally -:-pooven..-tes.t....t;Ae- d!Il".Jptil"e. Influence exerte(Lln..:th... I."!I- · · · ·C)·:YI81to�·." 'iFoI1OW� di&- ..DDUc.t.u�.:a suapld�.....SM�.Jt�U".: o I VlJ · " ma u . . J r a.r u g . . HA HA . 1Ioctt';ty can be positively traced to ,he hectIc. h an uelng. flgur� b�e.the dO�, , ana debate as to e:r:actly . aet P . erbapa' .. patteni' of .. HOOPLA HAGENBffiD. In through . an open windOW,' and they are). be 1IUCIieoted, & man Several years ago an unusually severe winter drove the exotically d) All men not mentioned In pouring ·��t ..,. 0bv!��l::r. �, whoseml8bt eyel are l11Ited. Jupward in plumed HAGENBlRD from its summer habitat,. Bri-Ush Columbia. to the above categories. (Followed � I:lne from/e$gas' can int? Chuck s �rm eom and mel'C1'. � , neurotic mores and' tolkwaye ot Washington. U.S.A. Tha·t you. the lalty, speculation on any Item suggest- own room, where ·bis roommate was It ma�ea oneonthtnk. WlH � may better know tbls oddity ot'tather nature and retuta.tlon ot Darwin­ ed by their preaence. .Notlce IS- peacefully sleepl.ng. with hl8 creation of a bomb even lam. a description Is in order. For oft as not when the novice 19 at a peelally new hair-cuts. unuaual i RecalUng the St18pected &rao1l:J to power l uuperfmentall)" � tu dIstance he wUl,mIstake It tor .. co-ed. That this grlevoU's error may be c u t t i t s. .outstanding injuries, ' in the rece-nt� burning of nel,hbor- plode, ever ,stop and thtu, "Oh 'Prages, Ch�k. f r o m t h e . corrected the tirst authenUc descrltpion Is here set down. (gJrls)' ellgibillty as a 4ate. ted. "Don·t y'GU light God, W'ha.t are we doing!'" The HAGENSi:Rn la distincUvely human in phsiognomy, weighs a , e) All women not. mentioned ' shou.Startled, 4; h'e disarming 410 Ibs., has several hands and reet Uke the rest ot us, Is ted above categories. (FoYowed hlS- eyee ehlD1Dg,- hia q1:l1ek daUy,ln the atmospheric '''House ot M:1r.rors," but what reveals her true speculation on any tlem brea�&nd. tense face clearly indlca-- _--'__-:_ ____ nature .fe the I n h u m a n, inexorable, very penetrating, omnipresent ed by their presence. (Gtrls) Ee- UTe of an inKD.e impulse to ineen­ UAUGH. On�e you've heard it you immediately see her relation to all pecially notice eu.ch items lUI new that files, pecks for worms, sleeps In trees (on one leg yet!). briDgs Into clothea, aDd clothea not 1.1ated in South Hall twigs arid pieces of strIng to make ute easY,'and bas ' an fir:st two ca:tecoriea. On Sundaira -Debate on. whether or not sbe all-consumJng desire -to blot out ot existence ·thoae thieves ot the' ahoufd wear a lmit suiL (BoYII) WOl"�, -the cowbirds, ... .. date. Certain unfounded charges were 'hurled a.t this column last nlgib1l.lty II week,NQTE: After tull report haa been CiT­ Such acc1JaaUona are of course unfounded and very rem.inl8Cent ot S. be sure that everyone at th� last year's blood feud, hJgbly original to' say the least. After Considera­ I , tl9n knows eu.ctly who ia being it waa -agreed to ·bereafter ignore any such tomfoOlery as �Iow our dlscusaeeL Following ·tlhie anDOunCe­ plane of operation. To Dorm Doln's we say. "pa.rturiunt montes. naecettlr me t. aU the occupant. eaa thea. n rkluculus mus." � around and stare at the �en- lboE' -:il"'ike nod n tJoned penon. In this can try to gu... Juat Dorm Ooin's _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ �-----------= :.:� &lid can e.I80 �."'."--"--, _ ;;;; ;; ,. 9. Blrthd..,.. are always .btc Da' from North Hall: -Monday' evenlDl'. October 4. Dr. Eaatvold made hIa tlnrt formal appea.it.ll<!e lD. Nort.b. Hall: oM will be the pract1ce -in tJie tnture on )(em. day." devOUoDe were held for entire dormitory' Inatead of ·the indI�dnal RoOrL ' " .: , Dr. EUtvold epoke On the theme. In de:Y8loplDg hi. addNu he ·In- "I. _,."._ "»,.e -hath not seen, oor ear neither uve entered. iIrto ·the of man, th. thlnp whlcb God hatll l'P��ed for them. tha�_19.,.e hlm." .I Cor, 2;'. ' eluded 80me nrx Interutlng "01��ii������;��� ����':� � ·I ���� _� vatlona on the procreu 1P&4, In �, � {,w � l'� preciate hll · takloa tlme · out of Page Two

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� ' Are i ., 1 T ...\,. \" r, ' . , , � HchI� l� �y " �in tci ·, -, PiaN .· N jaa,oclllle ." QUl m . � l MP ,.()tace' 'P ""\ " I � ' " .... ., ' -� .. '"i � . ..... .. . c---f-,- �nMA,.nmOl ng'-St ( .N (Coolloued rrom Pog� Two) In the halls. prores�or or �ngU.h 'et pacillc' Lu. , : '. ' tberan �o'He�!,:; .u:- yltgtDla sea· the admlnistraUon to keep the. In " ·)Uqutded ·Mary Lou Biery to� . ' u.L Q��Y� �__ � U � . Ul.S'9.9t 'I ' _ . .. ....:. 0M7 .lbt • e D e d 1d:t.-Mi-r�tr.mme-;:-Qu-e@eh de8k-.tgeJ:e�'.. .�t�Qhflrttbou.jLtr1..e. _ !lrl)J =UDder the theme, "Lutes Score Does the sophomore clus look �� e�ts �nr o e .wben the tlTe ot tbem threw fmd ,Mis' �rt8 a hote In which to In8tall the delk nl r h lu '54/' the annual Homecoming 11 prettt small to you? 00 you m.tN Mar) ri .AM no� ds, tlte Int!trt1C" ' lamp� ,: t;'nd .�t . soIf1� �p�e . •r�n� '��r In� the sbower, �iotheB' an4 all," r , gra PW '�I! l' � '" 0.. taeel IIcheduled tor -tM weekend at Oc- tee!bl ioale r.prtu.t tO,ra .f �merica� Bch06�a In Get- caretUl. th�y are Hable to catc� to thf.t�ne at "I'm'FOrever Blow:1,�1" pus? :We can tly no' me.ans account many. wber 29 throUCh a1. , lIt.Ue nl1�ers In It and �U8t Bubbl�s:': � !lc1 sp�aklng of bubtitee. . thel� .ot , Petitioning tor the Homecomins fa. al1 the .e.bsentees' but 'stdeeb or �� ss Virginia Sea�urg Is .teach. walt until a faculty member re. who ,did Lori Z, snap a picture , taueen wUl begin Tuesday, October t h e m a r: e at Emanuel' HospItal Ing ll! on� o� eighty' Ani���can ele- J eases. .them. Don',f laugh !,It 8:c�U�,I- I,n}�e tUJ) ,up to her neck I'n " bu'b! 12. with the Yot.\"I',on Tuesday. Oc- S'h-hool of Nursing. POrtland. Ore!. " ' f, D ot SUb "bne ned the bapp O ly bles, �o � m entary s��.Oo:ls tn Germany. Atter, , tober 19. The two runners-up will gon, Stella Andel'8OR. Janelle Bt1.c)(•. Ih.�vlng t, �ug�fr n:S\. gtade�" at tbeJ mals, 6�r apologie.s to t10rence Chrls' . .' , be., prtncesses. Any senior or junior er. Lots Danielson, Eather Edlund. t she s, �ea , tiansen tor qmlUlng, ber name .. aD s h ar l la everal s ' �o. 9C t;1d: k P . a: r Joar.n woman' Is' elIgible to be a candidate Janes. Krug, Louise Lareon, Old Mal!! has finally settled otticer at the new South Han organs'� �ro!!..p ot;�1r�. gmd!!l . student ' (or Queen. The QUj*ln and.her court Ltndeblom, ¥ar1lyn L. u tt, ,Elaine 'b�hes .agraduated down to the rouUne at t,be echool JZl\Usm; "Cbrls" is !Ice-prelll�ent tQr . !n 19,�4, _ / , S Nielson, Ahn Nelson, M.�ley, Eiols . O chapel tn ctober be announced n _ .,...--. ,,!,� lr� Ger- rear, Many at tlie. girls have been t�e ensuing year, AI�, the girls ate , �--,� : �!...��!��.!lR.�. �J..u�,J!W- �_�!...���� �� �' , ,h:oOl, 11:1 �anl\u, ;! � : ': �= �� hlAA��.!¢.'!5.d\��M!!1!S dlrr.r.�\ !'J..!I! .. ., 'Ijr.b>�·ojTh.lijb t,"*, .bl!I.x�w.i-����� lftl!\'it�� * Ing ror the. Homecoml"" royalty I '; .Wlch."tln. T.�.r. YlI!Il'e'f tfl" �t.,-.. 'has traveled much ' in her f us with too mucli newl! for 'the .cot· ·thefr e'veutiig de�on�· tfe� done by petitions, each containing and Pauline Ziemke are s�rting the Tollteldt �reer. ! ne� Wednesday evening, dev�uonB . umn, ' She year a taught 50 signatures (anyonemay take out Jhl�d month ot ..the (:lInl<;a1 portton "teaching I clan each classes, by held be will seemed has have Cornell to Don · and PhillppiQes year the a in heD t ' Emanuel. at of t training nurses a.. petltion) and accompanied by $5. their the hearts' .ot the girls using one noor. This will sene Turn the petitions in to lris Nord- They will spend two years there and at Okinawa. S'he graduated from ' captured who -are not taiPl1Iar .with I with h�s rendition oft "HoldQ M; those man, or Gerald Sch,imke. Homeeom, then return to PLC tor their senior PLC in 1949. wn class members as wen .. , Twelv,e or thirteen miles west of Hand." At &Jmost aoy ime t day ·thelr owho year. Ing co-chalrmen. are sepa�ated tram theIr Is or night you &fe -able ·to hear this those by noors. One at the high POints at the Part of PLC'a Junior class Is 0 Han'au In Frankfust, Germany, . . trom many a room. trlends blaring 80ng Is She s s Marjo le Anderson, 1 �1 Includes at group Emanuel. This { Homecoming testivlties Is the pateaching on We elemental?' level as 1 A transter student from the 'Unl- PLC's pse\1do-lntel1ectuals, t 'h a t tade' on Saturday morning through Adonna Bondahl, Norma Borgford, she did In Seattle atter her gradua- verslty at Washin&ton, Pat BonDur- pair at "long drinks of water" com­ Parkland and downtown Tacoma. Lu Frazier. Velma Harmon. Kay white ' ; ant has been dlsco,!ered to 'have monly seen with) convention,."lert Prizes are given to the top floats, Jerstad, Marilyn Krug, Oretha Mar-. lion tram PLC In 1951. u'p­ any talentll, She does sketching, Jackets and cynically curled wIth judging by three alumni on ·iQn. Eleano!" �farlin, Carolyn Pritch, Miss Doris Berg is. 'in Erdlng, , m sings, and also cuts hair, as you per lips; were perceived l)OurJng tbe basis at beauty. originality, COOl' ard, Kay Simonsen; Sandr,a Standal Qermany, teaching·tourth grade:'ln .I may have noticed by the sbort hair -throuch a ThesauMJ!J only, to swag­ edy, and ,theme. Any or.ganlzation and Sigrid Tolletson. They are start- 1951 and 1962 Miss Berg taught. in at many girls. 'ger about In borrowed words. II, S. She may Undertake to sponsor and can- Ing theIr second month at aftiliation American schools In ' Japan, s' are in order t�r S. worthy o'tthls ehallowneis? . I Congratulation 1rtruct a noat for ' the parade and in Emanuel's Maternity Hospital. graduated In 194.9, new song leaders and also. tor Writers Note: Belng .the onl]' one competition. With this year's theme Kathy Elde Is also completing her Now a counselor In one at ' the the new dorm omcera, Good luck. ·to "walk" ..way trom a tour-car col­ and the game .,,'Ith Western wash' ·c�niCal n r s i n g experience at eight Amertcan ·high schools is Miss the girls! U,slon �¥t Sunday, let me take'a tew ' ington''S VIkings, there Is plenty ot Emanuel. She Is a member of PLC's Blomquist. Miss Blomquist plans to The ,dorm �Jll be pretty well Unea to cauUon all drivera, The ae, I nut a at study university 'European room tor OriglIHLUty". Katertalll may . class at 1965 and will return to . 'cated....thl. weekend &8 JEULny girls eldent was. cau.ed because one drlY· summer, ', ' range from scOtch-tape to batling PLC seCOnd-semester. are planning to be In PQrtland to fir tollo'l'ed too closely behind an· wire to paper napkin rosettes; the Also at Emanbel are Karen Kahelp cbeer our team on to' vlcl.9l'J:. other and couldn't ltoP, so p'lunged . only requirement being t h a t the vern and Janet Olson, They are getH , nost Is able to make its way along t:ing laboratory experience In their omecomlng 'Queen imagine It will 8eem nice to. the into a line or on-comlU&' can, h!tllng remaining to be.ve' lOme pe&Cji one head-on It could have eully the !parade route. Watch tor more : chosen protesslon. M�cal Tech , F f . '0ne. , girls and Quiet. been you. . eo ured In intormation about the pai'ade In Ule , nology. They will 'graduate n e x t ' Luella VIg, spring gredua"te ot Pa· dally bulletin .�d Mooring Mast. June with PLC's class ot 1955. Lutheran, was pictured In the Althourb parties baTe taken ., First Co n cert A large number of th ue PLe/ Issue ot One magulne � back seat tbls week'in our sojourn, Emanuelltes'plan to attend the too't- �eptember In a special teature on Lutheran they hue not detracted ttom "We ball game at "orest Grove on Octo. Partdancl tY Repair ber I o e e u Be 5 e � Q eens ot Am erica A nUl"l� ! inCldents addiD, color to the dally woll 9. Tohey are looking torward to n education major trom Ketchl- routine. ' The mu '"Jc' 01 BI-_ Rom'-g .seeing many at their PLC clast!- Ing 1 .I.Q...I kan Alaska ....'.S VIC was named Two Mexlcan peons, strlcUy from wm be featured In the firat concert 233 P.rkl.nd. mates there. Homecoming Quee� Iut. taU by the SteInbeck, were seen roamlq thJ'u ! ot the Lyceum Series � hedUled tor 44se C PLC" students. She recently .marrJ.s rooms collecting alms to buJ their Noyember tint. Pertormlng will be -============; Mitton Hefty. allO a PLC graduate, . S·u n d a y breaktut: "E1 Rancho an 18«01ce choral u with s1x I Grande" '\Vb the1r tieltt (and oDly) I }JnnclP&Ift. PrtmartlY�I�t10n. wtll in Portland. r The feature tn included. c&ID� number aDd they returned to their be latoR es trom Romberl"l trill Stella's Flowers �.fI lk Sh ak es pus beauties from. 21 ot the 81 tour- ebacks 17 cents In the black. There )mown 'operetw. I y� Lutheran col1ege� In the Unit- was an odd resemblance to Ewlr S. Joseph S for AIJ !lcc�lon. ob""." lamed.7�W.� e d state. ami Canad.. All or tho end Shlrl.y 'Ii but it mu.t ·he.. THE HANDOUT . he lOloJst at the seeotld.cin_ 7»e_ Uom., JeU wtu � t ueens Q bad beeil selected to ret.n been ·the Bob.elDJan t _ ce� fi � ft .ti.e -� on December tint · I 415 over some ' event dunos the PUt .' T!'"o' otbe� , ��ce� lD -Ja..1Ia!'1 aDd ' , . school year. February ..m complet. the ..rI... 0 •._ .1. the youth ....,0. ... pubr '"'_IP ' K� w1...... 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A 21-"�ld lirl t. I)1Dr1' In aerioU8 .codtton·.fan Orepn h08pital ton�wJIit the explo,.a Of -,... :traterJ nlt,- houu. "welcome dlapl&T." Wbne beuac tn" no po.IUoD. "t9 it Me� rather Iflce l� kIl�w .tftterDiue. haTe the W"O� frOnt ot. them,

awai-..d. · ot the ' duUes .which wQrk on the �QtltuJ. pac_ . Joann with them.. background.. ltCe08l. HIli aui$. man, and Charlene Llb.dne8l.' Cb:ar­ The algos don't read "We want ant, ida places .a cloee lene was pleaBantly aurprlsed.when an �mer1cart'" · education," or ''We I 8�con:d. Jo Gronke, ' . a cake tor 'ber came aIr erpress . from Los A.n,gelee. Ordetta BeChtel see�8 . to -have ' . ; .' WHY been entertaining the girls :wIth her rend!tlon· 0\ ..th� nervous system." Wby did you come to college. Just what .weie you personally " Guess tt has mU8'f.c. -too'! ' interested in when. you decided to come to P.L.C.? A Supercilious . Snee, Fourth fioor has beeo havlng Probably' you came to work towar:h the education that· will quite a tew parties and gab-feata be your livelihood ; or was it to make the connections which Nordqulat _ Carlatrom ty ot e y ! Quess ther .waS plen later on may be of benefit to you; or perhaps it W;1S to find tbe food brough·i back tbfs weekend. companion with \Vbom you ,.ill be spending the re",ainde< of �;<:;--;'=�;;;;;� latel :i"iholl�r ;;;;-: ;';: Our-; and shout Its-; democracy, :: ;: ;;;: ;:;; ;';;';8&Y, ;; American �C; Lproponents t:,��::;:�� W:�: jU8t Yes, your life on earth. Or maybe you are one of the fortunate Gnes to'the 18 the greatest contribution I who come merely for enjoyment, with no definite reason 0r plan of man since some joker invented the wheel. It .n · ••""n'" Increasget t� y a w. pleas�nt a what C. M �e· in mind. ' '. mind, B. . O. . . ' the wheel and a later contribution or the . plump Ingly ! merA ", velY U d!lrtlnC, (the terms -are somewhat slmUar) bave ,made the To all but the "Iatter tbere is a question that orily you. can ·Groans and gripS .can be heard answer. icanized" educational system possible. Tile logical. (and very fltUng) ftom '"overcome to necessary be may it goal your achieve To second floor to fltth fioor &8 somethipg or someone. If you felt it neCessary, would YOD reooft climax to �ll this balderdash was the "�ll�g.e" J� all o� its �lcat1ons. tball practice flnally gets under· to gossip or perhaps deceive another about this obstacle in YODr loo As used ,here, the term "college" ts· rather parrow In appJ.1(!at1o�, rer8f- way. seems the girls are a little way, ring to tbe result of the American experience . in ·"educatlon.''' ,With the out otItpractice! or wou.ld· yo.u put "the · most charitable construction" on , do .or d::le cOmlng ot col.leges came ;he stereotyped, hearts and... fiow�rs your opponents. To belittle is a mark of your own weakness. To Tue,," made was Inspection Room .. , e�ta (0t for �Ima mater, and .,?ccasIO�allY unthlnkJ.ng non-entltlee-:stOO. Some ot the gtrla wtlre reall,. acknowledge shows' your own character. which the subject of our study, BoUver ShagnaBty; ·is a sort. of"persomn- day. Honest labor and study may not be the simplest method of "tha": seems It sun,rlse! by taken cation). there was .lIttle c�ng of room building for the future. but it is the only way to Build for ChacBollv�... �ame from a mi.d41e class home, went to ·the 1M-tie red school- sUps which real� worried some house, and b',an all-American . boy by prof888lon (and .cboJ.ce). granulated from- hlgh school (be' played the great Ameri.can game ""',_'1._'-.-0'" Have you &D}"thing to eay, ting through, his '!'�niQue!l we",, �ear pett�ct: he once claimed he w·hat's with �outh Hall ? A op'ened a �!.. o�� � . 'hls 1I�1rl:or ,.-.�-�_ '!'� �"'���S).. De"" ..... .n _al ' ...t.. .8u.."' i After .-cD epic sU9cess and real progress, Btli d�ded t1J.e. onlY 10�cal o1llous Bneer made us wonder! or-'.aing tor bis portentlous jDt�llectual abUlty w&8 ...college.. After much Oh j well� �hasLIKE IT ! ,. cons1deratlon he ohose tb, great repository of letrnlng, LuteviUe. ' Oa' CaU from North Hall Atter a couple ot IDDnths in the college famlly young BoUvet Shag­ 10 week busy a been bas This J1.asty (100% �ericBD, II:lIl1�nt_ defender of the Republic. generally flne tallow) ·had the place pegged. "You know, you can gtt through college North Hall. Five -commlttees have been selected to kap our "handsome , without a Jot of ectort, too." This Is truly wondertul. · College requires no eftort, so those attondfilg oan spend theIr time hacienda" In smooth operation. The tn utopIan chaseS and Idle day-dream.lng. Bol .Ure"d of thIs Idleness 80 devotions commlttea consIsts of turned to other diversions-among them. a\sort of baiting, blind attempt to go through ,the motions ot becoming educated. Dany Bol w:>Uld sit In �e rDiddle ot the great Intelleytual three-dog clrcues-tJie Reading are Ted Simonsen,chairman; Room. and with much obvious eftort 'attempt to read a couple of texts and Joe :Kettl. The C9m­ (loudly clalmtng 'he had bought them by mistake): Otten,he was dis­ keep everyone happyJ"{Sotracted. What upset him most ' -the peUtnnlal ,game ot ping pong in 8t:an ··Ftng8rs" Hul8man, the far cOrner-Ball vs. Burly Bud Lester. the peoples' choice. The . Bob Stuhlmlller. Dick wrestllng'match that usually ensued. catch-as-catCh-can. was" eDltenatDlll8 • opetatloO:s coDlIDtttee and usu&ny pve everyone a t�w laughs. Everybody's .t&vorlte; .nw.....' · '�<&rne., . figured that one out, yeL was .the dally rat �ce--:the bell would ring an'd one grou·p ot scholars would race out( to sun themselv.es on the tront steps), and o�er �ould p,lod in from a tough morning 10 ·the cottee shop. . 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to the College of Puget Sound. This ta, the same Bcore by which the Whitworth' Pirates downed them week bel�>re ls.st. By the way, CPS picked ·up 353 yards during the' fracas and. it looks Uke It'8 about tmie Under �ache. ,bar Eliason and . • JIm Jacobson' the freshmen muat someone put the stopper on them. the problem ot discovering talMe.anwhUe. last Saturday. thole " powerful Pirates" from Whitwortb . ' were slowed down quite a bit by the 'hard fighUng Central WUdcate. By ent and bu1ldlng �e team trom. the start. The trosh "team seema to be the time the smoke (or was -It tog?) cleared the Whit!: were on .top U In hat strong ne nemen girls, t · (U ' a 15-6 score. Not &s much as was expected. Note also that Central's TD was th , e t!rat Beare to be racked up against the Whitworth club tbts sea- 18). ann the coaches are looking tor a good. quarterback a m 0 n g th'e son. Could be Central Is an underrated, Improving team, elI.? won Its first game ot the season. defeaUng U.B.C. by the �e:�: :�ih:l�:. t score 0 1 to 6, British Col�bla has to win a game pre�ty soon, but I back ',positions' who ' will glv. · guess it was Just time for Eastern to win one Instead. opposi on a busy day on ·defense. U While talking about U. a: q.,- it mlg�t be interesti ng to note what tor the upper las gi ls, As e the Thunderbird coach, Don Coryell, bad to sa,. in the Vancouver, B. C., a r coach BrIan PrIce and assistant paper on the following Monday. ApparenU,. he was dJ.saaUsfled to 88Y Dennis Rodin feel that �ven the least. Here's what he had. to say: "I've seen. some poor officiating in coach :!n::�= my day but thlB' caps it all. I'm convlnc� the touchdown which beat Us :O:�h :-� l �:: a nJ t1 e julrt didn't ha'Ppen.'! Team Captain Bob Brady Is QUoted as saying: "I'm , Jll be\out soon. One bIg factor this sure the referees were In no position to see the play ; I know the ball w year Is that the up�rclasa team never got 'Past me, and I was one yard .out from. the goal Hne." · does have experience 0 v e r t h e Well, tough luck, boys, but'why don't you 9tart talking your way Into ' young�r team. ,Bolstered by a large wlnnJ.ng instead ot out of .losing. nllDlber of last year's w1Dll1ng. freshI'll never give up unUl I hit 1.000 percent. s Whitworth's men team membere, plas some of Probably the ' moat important game this weekend I almost an 1m. th� t a lwarta of the upper class clash with C.it.S.• out tn the �0r:th end SatUl"day. Thls teams, the older team looms as the po881ble one to predict 500t that they all aren't). Both teams �ve virtually .the same record all around. W'h.1tworth and C.P.S. &1ao are the favorite !o_r _ �e Bo,;1 game thJe year. . . Evergreen ·Co-Champions of last eeas6n, and. neither one 'has lost

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En�Two- lettermen and 881'era! freahmen make thIs poelUon one of the strong pointe ot the teain. T&ckle--Four lettermen. Guard-'r.b.ree exPerienced athlates. Cenier-Wealr.. ' this yea.r, but that ' easy .to undenrtand Considering l06S ot L1tUe All-Amedcan Bob HIbbard. by the way, is helping eo&oh the WUd(:at Hne this year. A t quarterback. this year 18 Bill

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tempts, one a 3O-7&fd piner to .ep.d Phil Nordquist wbleh set up Lan- , cuter's final jaunt. A� lJtt1f1 later in the !JUDe 'period sub halfback Don Gaarder entered the -PLC llD.8UP and. on the first pia}, caupt a stri.te froDl'Tommy Gllmer on the Badpr 45, from which he proc",,-ed,( io Show his .heels 'to the betUdd!ed P.U. secondary. This made'it a 13-3 " ' ball game In faTor ot the GJ.�tors. In the thIrd quarter the tute. · were on their way again as freshman John Fromm lit the '"tire ":h1eh 1ed'to the LuteN' third touchdowu... The husky halfback set up tim IT.D. wJth a 47-yard romp' oTer :right tackle, and then cllmu.ed the S6-

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-Convention to Be- Held Her• Tomorrow I

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10:30-11:�Bible 'Study, led

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11: 0()..12:06-Buslne88 mee t i n g

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12: 15-1: I5-Luncheon, FtiendabJp

Room at T.r1nlty .LuthenLn Church.

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Coronation of , Queen, Court Op�ns . Homecoming Festjvities wiildlie

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two qU.Arters 0�...p)a�,th8 �raie8 leet Central ",as . quick Jdck one's, game. Fro.pl he:re on, Bob Ward. and Boyd Wl�klns UteraUy ran SO-yard .Une to set up the tint PLC through, over. and around everyone on 'the ftpld. WllkJns, IncldentallJ', touchdown. Captain..... Frank L&JlcU. was rJ replacement tor the Injured Wa7lle Buchert. ter m..de a ¥&rd. diminutive Tom:m7 WhItworth ran trom a .�.. and "Winged. T" formaUon, plcklD&" up Campbell picked uP. a .palr aDd LaA­ most of their yard..ge around the ends. They tried several paas plays In caster two mote to the Wlkloat 25: the flrs1. quarter. and, being unable to more through the ,alr, they stuck S�em1ngly stymi . Gllmer.kept the !¥'to the ground for the rest of the afternoon. It might be , tnteresU!l' , to attack rolllng b � pass�_ to Phil note that WhItworth U!!led 68 difterent plays durin« the game. This, plus ( S.S.) Nordquist tor a Jlrst down the fact that the backs seemed lateral happy, made for wlde,t)pen foot- on Central's 13. A Centr&l ottaJde ball. . � _ , putthe ball on the 8. Moving up north we find that UBC J�sUll looking for Its first wIn bucke d to the 6 and' frosh ',halfback and nl be "ha.nged'� It I'm going to be the one...io ., predict that they'�l find Joho·Fromm lOOk_over from� there.. It. Western found'the rang& and scored their tftst TO for the year-that He picked' up 4 yar.ds on bls ·puts them 1 pOint ahead . of UBC 'In the scoring department for l!,ague tr aud · on hi' nut. y compeUtlon, plunged Into tbe end SOne to Most important of al1, however, waa... our win over Central 20-7. The th� "Lute! a 6-0 lea4 wttii' fo,uc min­ . boys dIdn't pick up a tremendous amount of y�da&e, but did h,lt pay dlrt utes to play in the ft,rat quarter. � L1..tefJ ..1me's and that's what mU8s the- scoreboard look nice." I ...oca", ... placement'was no I'Oocl, , Eastem 'went out or conference last'Saturday and 'lost 2.1·7 to !Vhlttaking the kickoff. Central man, a rather mediocre � In the Nortb:�est COnference. Eastern paya to thei r own 42-yard. Une, us a visit this ",eekend and althoiich they �yen't shown too much thus where a fourth down paaa fell 10. llu.rol.o'·001101 01 far In th·e 19 54 campi1p. " the 9&va«es could aullT beco me spoilers In complete and the: GladJatOn toQk PLC's champlon.liIp up1.riuona-Let'. hope noL Campbell lpat a yard op. t11s N;It Tbui-edq, oCtober 18. Ta 's nsuc bopeful, heavywellbl tint carry. bot plcke4,. up 12 Qq tIl& Pat �)(c)(v.rtri, Will � out after another win. Tbls Ume the compeUUon next play, .h.91Veyer, for . first down detlDttet7 abo",. an Im.provemeut. Pat w1ll meet Cbuck Wood:worth ot on �1IIh, tQ.e the 31 mm .Ibot Salt �. City. Utah., IJ! � ,�t itch!, Woodwortli manaPd to gO, 10 line-for ,,!,o t!ier figt cIo� OIl, III<t rowids with Rex L&7Ile a1tboUc� loalnc bJ' decleton. Layne's e:rperie�ce 9 6 p 9 1 .nd Opn G rd r ...aprj..Dte4 1 ..... 140 f.ctor.; . • yards W th� five &4vl.. PLC, l\a TIi�' �ml to J)8 It. feJVeiLailon luIng .pla In the �DI" .c.ene t4Ird ..u� : U r. .·t ';[hree . here u1 the NQUh:;e.t. an�lt·. foi,out 'time. The State WjWi'!!>8�i'- �!O pi.,... �r CaPtaIn produced. many rill&' creats tD -pUt years.. the beat -8teele,-� ·toit.-and-�,-ec.eDU,;-,�-M&tthews. -Althouib rID. no great judge ot boxt� throughout the :world and oobody conaulta me In connectIon with the mont.hly uBJ.i1c �t1DP," I am �nUu� to 1117' own o�n..ind �ulUna: precHcUona. 1 'have a8eD. Pat IlI'bt aad. I Wne tbat ....ti eQerlence aDd a real couc1enUous eUort pius gQ04 �.JDeIlt be JriJl crack '�e "toP ten" In two yean or leas. .. From there oa.. ..-110 kilows f Good-lack, " Ir1ah Pat." Back to football and .lOme ot IIlJ" "pn�d plckl." Central Was�n Comes to ,..cOma next Saturday � -meet the CPS I,pgen. Prd1nar1b' the Notth Enders shouldn't have any trouble :Wltli-!he- WU_. -lMlt· CPS,lnJurlee-ai!ght malte & dlll._I, game 01 IL ' CPS haa to wln' th1. o�e, lO· rll give them l! polnti.· rubblng of CPB;. wll1 pro":' Wbltworth, fleah from last week's sa-13�d ably coast .�UtUe aplnst UBC .tomorrow.� The PlratN shouJd be able' to ' " " take tho TbUDderbl1'dO bT,�O pj;jolL " _ " , , . •• • " ",,,, Tbla week. Ws W8ll�rn's.turn to 10 out of.con1e�nclJ an� Jhey � .to P6rijand to meel-Lew•• �nd OlaJ;:k�. what abould be Juat about a toes up. , Tomorrow nJlbt. we'll get our tlrst .look at the Eastern Wublngton Savages. I hope�,the,. look � � �e can lOO� be tt�r. · Let�s 8&Y' PLC I ' ,13 or14 • , �_ t... Good luct.. ..te&m.! ;

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L1,i:es Will play Ce ntral Savages T{)n:iO.rrow ' Nig ' ht .

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A ,tter winning theIr I a e t three on the road, and bellll" .unde­ ' In conte�ence &cUon. our tlnaUy return 'home tor a con­ test w i t' h · Eastern' Waahlngton'. Savag�s �rom Cben8y._·Kt¢kotf .ume Is at 8 : 0Q o'clock tn U ncoln Bowl·

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�at�rda" lllght. ·

margin. . The r�ason for .tbe . slow start coul d well be e:rpl&l.ned by the fact that Ed ChluU8, now In hIs second year at the �elm of the ebeDe,. club, lost his entire ltarUng Une �: c�pt tbr4e-year.' letterQWl , WUtard , J,ulum. by the way� I. al� stu dent..body pr�s�d�ot at the east-, ern school. To fill theae posiUona

Chlssus baa called. on leTeral � men. Among the 76 uplranta whlcb. turned out tor football at Eastern.. 64 were' fce&bmen. .nd oDly teD ., were le tt�r.w�ers.

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o.. �\11 1ro"l the . The s10.1..,n� with � �... ¥anced I1D�. There �. eXl"!rt­ at eve..,. �e� PO�;

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hands ot Whitworth. W'bltman. Their · Ione vlc toI'J was last nek .against USC �f a 13,7 .

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Hanluua''' lul lmpioYlD&-'' uiUi_ will '",..b17 ... _'1Iie ' aW .wu... UD.up .. .I h a·1 It a . broqbl __ '!b" �o In the lui WMv

trio Oi _i. TM b&cklleJd _ ' would' ''' _ Lan_ al fIIll· Tom Campbell a-D do 10 b..a FromiD .t the hal.,..,' ud TOJIIID7 oii"r at (lQI.IWr. w1tti DoD 0..... dar, Qury � Gary.. Bam� &lUI g.Jen N...baaiD 10 opeU; in th. , lorward waII'_aN ... Gary a.te at< ' cell\W;' Klntll, aDd ,.Plmp.trIck.'at gwlnl. .. . .. _ _ and WaddeU at the aDd NordqWt &lUI Chrio: al .... w!Dp, IIte1Dc p18017 ..wI U '" DIe); Grlawold._

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"or thoee HOMeCOmI,.. Oh.'r " *CIi4 .... ....... ,_ � week . mMtlne. ' It . .. . .. .... r�.. for ih. parllde. Ii J'OU 1taY. a y que.y�Mt Me Jack Hoov.... or Min. "R... 'mmedlatel),. 1. The floate "'... be ready for Judel " by .:30 ...... �rd.y mor"l� Thl. f. PJ I 0 to ttM time that the pa . ...rta me.,.

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N I :::t :u:� ��o�:S!'':r. ;;!� .uceeeded. .". Myrna-Shelver Junior advJeor! . ' -I .. j thl.Tbe,.8ar'. .... tollowJnc put omceti and . members were p r a's e n t: Ruth ' ' Heino. pr.aldeot; Mildred Van Dur­ en, vlce-pre.ldoft; Vlrgtnfa Grahn, ; 1un� WlgdabJ, treaaurer; Donna SWanson, hIstorian; KJTDa and tee ropreseneditor; Shelver, Inltall" three In . Many U¥DI'S come . ments, �Dc)udlng Perry MUon thr1l1· ; taUve. Betty Jean Condray. AJao era and a briet resume � PLC's Ruth Sather, Myrna PhanneJtuchen, faculty. I joanne Pooneet. Thelma Nypard. A kni«ht on the church road pret- ' M�rlene Stnblmtller, Bartiara Mac­ t7 well desertbes Professor John Donald, LucJlle Lents Larson, Nan­ Kuethe, new professor of Church I cy Helland, Onella Lee. Karl7l So! " i terbec.t, and Mildred. Brauimer. History at 'PLC� Jut year. �er major is elementary Professor XuetIie .ttegded Capl- I Sylvia 'lOrIebo, pret1d.ent; Mar­ educatlon. She belonp to Future tol UniTerslty, • Lutheran COIf...e garet Cant., nce-prelldent;' ADgela Teachers of AiDerica and Is seere- In CoInmbu� ObJo, and received a t.a y, 'secretary; Sylna BerrtaD,. , Cathy J'oha.naen hlatarta.i-y of the Lutheran Daughters of B.A. there in 1940 and B:D. In 1943. Wetton, edltor; Pe. Travellng north he etudted. for hi. lbe ReformaUon. ICC; Glenda SlmonllOD, Maudle straub is the only Cana· Muter ot· Arts at Union Seminary De.nfellOn, d e r. d a-;' Nel'dian among the eight. Maudte trans- In New.York In 1947. Liz Oml1, Helen Jordanger, ferred during her sophomore year In the teachJD& realm he taught Bureker, Janet Wtg�n. Carol trom the Unlveraity of British church '�story In the aem1nary at JUDe 9 a t·b e r, Darlene lam'DJa In her hometown., Vancou- Capftol University t r o m 1946 to Albrecht. and Carol ver, B. C. She 11!, majoring 1n reUg- 1949. He was al80 student chaplain were tbe\liew Spur olttthere. Ion wIth ·par.jsh wOrk In .mlnd. She Back on the road Mr. Xuethe be- cers ad ,members present at- the Js a member of- the Lutheran dentB-Aseoc1a:th)Jf"8l(d-the-J::.utb;erau " . . pasior·�t-Sawt':".A.ntonio,-Tex.. c8retDoni. . infi.lon' at Odessa. TeX&.lj. Daughters of the Reformation. . he....c&lJ&e ou("' w88t to PATRON.�E OUR· ADVERTISERS. '-Ruth .Heino, also a Juluor. comes fioek at Z10n 'ABlerWinlock, Waahlngton. Ber Dia,. ...;.--,. j r--..,.-----....Church In S..ttle. 1 lor Is .ec:ondary educatlon, and Ihe I. acUve In PI Kappa Delta. d_te, IU'�ILICII,� :MAIlIET and l'ufure Teacbera of America. TOWS .' GROCEIIIES - MEATS CoDDle 'BWltad tr&naterred from - ICE . CR VEGETI-8LEII ' .. · MERY .sA SL Olaf College In· her !reohman 8AN��IC�E8 Garfield 8L . ParkJ�d Tear. CODi:J.1e, no..,. a 'juDJor. comes from BeDeTUe. wuhi.ucton. and Js AND HOM E-MADE pin el maJorlD« 1n �entary ed.uca on. ' = "-= �== She m a IIai FeaUvat prineu"_1 � =;:.:=� year-and her ac:tivlUn W. PI Kappa QIolta. debate, Ne� nme StQP At jUIpor/�lus s�ta.ry. •

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ALPHA pal ALUMS­ aE aURE TO ATTENO LUNCHEON VOLUME 32, NUMBER e

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1I0nday. Nnember 1. a program or weU-known works by that favor­

TH.

�omecoming Program I. Announced

Lyceum Series To Begin Mon.

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Moo.ring

" .u.. . TO ATTDIO II.I'OII"A� DAY "�

·The Honora""

tte-ot·many compoler, 8 I g m u n d Romberg. It will feature the 81C' mUDd Romber, company with ..

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ailor Qa..a 0aJJ I ...... �

teflOn of Taco.. ' wUJ T

Dilbt',

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CoroDaUOa ....... ... .

KacWatters. coloratura·aopraDo MetroPoUtan

opera

Olvls. tenor ; tone,

atar;

8OJ)rano.

WllH�

Glenn ' Darwin.,

.. nd Nancy Kenyon.

bart­

mezzo..

Performing along with the

.owlets are

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'Yolees and a

cb"orua of 12 mixed

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team. llu·

elc&l director tor the prelentatlon

I. Emeraon Buckley.

.Second on the Lyceum agenda.

Icbeduled tor December 1. II a con­

cert by .. ·orld-famdus cellist. JOleph Sebuster.

The entertainment _ wUl r_�

alumni and atudeDt

tal.at la ..

effectively prMtlDted .p,......, Of\.

Teicher. boall

for

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duo -piano

their

gao Interludes win be ,..,.. '" BaDs lMolerup. lDten,...... ..... thl. will be the erowa.tac tIC ... Queen. a speech ." the ..,.... 1M

team noted

sho wmanship ' tine playing abUllY.

a.nd

The Lyceum serles or four COD­

certs otters. besides top-rate mUBI-

cal entertaJnment. an opportunity

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All the concert. are to take place

at 8:30 In the Chaopel, MusJc, Speech - building auditorlu!D.

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Handl.ome Harru , 0 8• Crowned.

Alums Featured at Homecoming

, and MaoriIll' lla.t atafls and he was

WorlrJng closely with the student

nd Ger- : elected to the IntercoUeliate Seuon tlclI:etI ror the PI"OCf'&ID8 co-chaJrmen. Iris Nordman a nn-Qt.... � Wb�." Wlth �. baeQrouud' of lead· er v ,lt ' : W . are n.oe. Thle J.·'l.26- .... � .w..... � ia.. enhlp and triendly &ncf cooperatJve whereaa ,1ncle Uellett would be preeldent or the AlumnJ AllocJaUon. � personality. he II an able leader ot $1.76. The coat of the concert eeriea waa included. In the tuition bill at the students of PLoC. Konday. November

I , dinner wUl

The

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come home" to Its alumnI. In doing sO". they coordinate the weekend be I8rved In the boardlnc elub banwith the alumni ottlce. board. aDd Q.uet Ityle at 6:45 .p.m. In conneeIts presldenL tiOD with the Stcmund Romberg A graduate at tbe clus of 1948. FeltiVal.

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ane Ballet and KarJ 4JIoe .,..... on .t.a,pn.c.

alum•.

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The M. C. duU.. wUI '" � by Erv s.YOrUoll. a... ..... Body prexy, � .. _te ... .. thlL The !Iud will '" _ ..

e:lecuti'Ye secretary:.!....

Sbe Is the wife of

Snalt: .. ....

sic. Myrna Pf&DJl.tnae.... ;

gram. by llau41.

a pep rally In the .,--. ....

Located In the lower SUB. Is the

and very capable In that polltion.

Jo&un Dahle aD eD�: __

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AlumnI Association otnee. Mrs. WU­ l1am Ramstad. though sha- Is not an

I alumnus.

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Immediately after tIIO _ 01 Queen Gall tonlallt. lIMn _ '"

AssocIated Student B o d y the 2.000 alumnI.

sponsors HomecomIng ae a ..-wel·

the toou.u .......

President Walter ........

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gownIng of QUeen aall at the Student Body Day 'n Chapel I. . t rue8ciay. Queen and tor the students of PLC as well as will rule over the Homecoming Fcltlvltloa th l weeko1d. From left to right. ElICort to the Queen, the oft-campU8 patroDs, to attend ,on, Queen a.II. ElICort Glen" John.on, Prince.. Connie Hu.tlid, Prince.. Janet Geld.ker, and Re e ". - performancea of a definitely tormal . :. ::...:.:.. roo::. -' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ...: ::. _ _

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Fraok Lancaster, &D4

Mr. Kunschtk. II a teacher at Frank- sor William Ramstad. Tbls ottlce semar and bis bome Is in Odeua. torce, P l&71D&\.... ftaIlt ..... ... U you wt.h to purchue a 1866 loin Pierce High SchOOl. While at keeps the recorde .of alumni, their W'aal>lnlgton. Tbis education major -"" for tIIO _ � PLC, he waa ASB President In '48, a ddreSiel' sends out &luJDD J . belongl to B u e KeY andlipre.lSaP. to'--The write pleue Sap. cO llito 1lI.... ""1IMo. debt of the Fut�ni !reaehere":. of 1. a buketball letterman. In debate. Uns and any hiformation that PLC. Parkland, Wuh. The price La....... ..·-.... • . .... Alpha Psi Om�ga. and on the Saga talns to graduates of PLC. Amf!:rlca. '6.00. After a tew ".,.... ..... ..

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der. ThI. semor •• laiD, _UI � a t_ ....... dent .comea from Fa1Jtleld, Mont. ..markO. Doll _ _ '-II (Continued on PaCe ElIlit)

'H/O�E�.O�NG ,SCHEIMU . \

FRIDAY

EVENING

Tollefson crowning Qu_. Gail I, 9 : 00-Pep Rally, lid by chetrl.adm, in Il'maaoiaa. 9 : 30-Alumni Coff.. Hour in the Stndont UnioD.

8: OO-Coro'lation program in CMS auditoriam. Mayor

SA l''u.Roi..Y

c1aasic-,-PLC'. ,

Powder PIaIf Bowl. cIowa

tinuing to . f 2 :00-Alpha Psi . Lounge. ' 2 : 00-Homecoming game against Weatcm W....... p.m. Vikings,· Lincoln Bowl. Special balfdJDt _ tainment. 7: OO-Alumni Supper in Student UnioJ! 8 : 30-Saga Benefit Show, in the CMS, fcaturiat AlaI· andu Brothers. uN DAY . S ,

BnildiQ. tJ.

Service in CMS. � Br· I I : OO-Homecoming Worship P ling Thompson of arkland'. Triaity L'-" condusting the oerviet, • .


Page Two

THE MOORING MAST

FrMlltlt. �r 21,

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Welcome Home,

1954

. � On beh.lf of the students and faculty of P.�ific Lutheran College. we on the staff - of the: Mooring Mut w.ant to wish the finest of Homecomings to all of oar fttU mina • alumni. May you find only the pkasantat of memories waitinll to ret.ni to .,.,... as well as gaining lIJany mOre to ta.� home. ADd it ..book! Co

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No�ul"· CarI'..-om

_ _ _ _ _ 1:J'. IlIIn1D� 1Hion111 ..l llSht .... . _ I-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ coiutnuel _ _ neer S_ Whooo Supercilious Boy! _ _

n e on. Toda,., e tbe apl· The o nlK n l g berent the u e o

" m Is In dark eorners. giving lads gems to po d r .. . I Prof_•. ,,-"-It e t f n er-bons m tome 0(. � . IOI't fit .... a-ummel. _ of mID.. __ IIfke4 oeon .. PaID- ...... .. oeni .....k-elotlHa6-Ub,oa.. _mke. n....· abe 11 IiDfac:. ...... ... G. Sloppy 8e1a1iua�,,,, � than nit o r us here at without saying-To each one of you:. WELCOME� ALUMS! ,� "S t r . l _ tot .p uut . "'"" PLC. WIllie all' ....... � tab· great paIu iIo - carotully. G. , °Ml't1t.t.. W. I, iao� I Wa SkJpPT Ja. eM . ....,.. fill � Immac late; ItralCbt or pro per and jQat � 0( teIIIa& .. 1Ie NTOlta apIut_ .... If OIV ...... ... ioc,l4t,... �ODT D.t1 .DB-iD & word, ....'.. IIl7 O1t'1t .lMll1 .... .. a �' ... . ' . � _ _ 10 efl _ _ ....-T � cIa7 � wm. leto tile mirror a' hI' ,� � . HAVE VOU EVIER ",250.1.' _ ..... ......... _'t _� ,.. .- .... tIa'e of filet . _ .... epou.Ung t.. �. '" puAiDC' hie Ume NadJac taJ,B. B_l to tlloae 1M- .... an �tau..... ... a.,. ....,.ur.l• • . a:-un.c . "\ . . ....... .. :-"'O�·w1uLf .... ....er am �" . maD.7 to tllla aou WOR d praent StMIf _ .. � .... ,- . 'Jt 11 . �� NIUI'It. JMrt. ..... ... . �. � .IiH �1!Iqtb Itoota. Le.t'.. plaid &h.1rt o¥8iae1., ____ i-MM ....... =-_ � �.__ �. _ � ....� .. .-... t.Uot ��. - -L'·___ • .•• .. ........ .. ' . _.' -._

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Severlso� Speaks

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such self· teeth,and of 'kiIJat� wbola l --��� wa ....,lr. h round ttael! in OD AUPlt n, It54� " &,__.•••; ? =-c: ..�Al'.-��·tDi�t_. 'prepa�ed � . ..,..;...�. .1 . . Tile 1954 8ap .... III contract<wtul: _ _ W-=a T_ lit _ _ .. . . . ... '---. tiiot ..· _. _ �_at 1dtL . . e olt&bl. tardy .... . .. Iit _ or�� Iillr � amt � . h. Ie la C<>mpan, of Lot Anpl.. , . compan, wtlll _ _ _ , " -.lr � 1Iiit ·.... ' a . B&nk or Amer1J::a on down. to �Hah a IIdr ..... .r � ...,. .c tM- � r• • • ..-rtt... .� .... ....... el' " .... ....'.. Iboat � � trkUoua QuelUoo. to be deUverec1 DO later tMn Aacust a. III&. TtIt� "' ''' ''''' .. ..... at tM-·.....,. IIttIe ....... . ....'. I11III ---... ....1 .,......... ,, '* ,....... M 1lArIoo. or bow D<> book _.... Gnat WootwD .... ---. _ _ _ _ _ ....... ,. -. --.. �,' _ _ '" _ -. » ... oiMm a, '07<» wttll . ·_ clutch." Willa ....e .. ,. 11k. all tbedr other CU...... _ .. IIIe ._ ..- _ _.· ... _1It we _ or . __ a __ . ...... .... 110 ..- u.. .tapa or CIH. tern. to hi• •atll· ....dl7 looI·p'- "1'aJ'......y--.P_- _ .... .. _ _ ...: __ t>ia Ida -. W. _.;,ju, _ ,_ ...;.." _ ..- _ . ..... lor .... _ .u 'I11III bo"" .tatelent la""l rat. ami lienee more � to pet su. Gte telL P. . at a. �., � ....,... .at: � ... ..' �os!·· Then turutaa taM broad leatb· · ... u ahow. tlulm h1I ba.D.dhrork of .... tile -.... . � .... . ...Iitra.tPt "W&7'It .. . .... tMIIr ,fa --* :.. .1 wtae ... ... W&It . ' .... experience. Atter this fatetul t . ... Dlir't:r w. '�t �, ,,,, ....... cu-e rt..q .. ere tutened to !be j&cket, which tell for . wa,. to save the 1954 SaP anll a.. .... . ...... .. .... a club or l'tlUlau: "Parkland Cha.� _or.&at .... . . _ aII t. � _ _ rull .l.ed 1955 Sap. Our nrat toU&h _ _ . _ . ... ...... -t c � _. _1"'1 admlnl.tratioD that they could be of _ ...... .-.,. ....... '*-.. t:MIa .tato ...,. aath1t1e1. .. ..... � ; TIIae _tellda "-- ",, .'-'oted to various pursuits which rango ...... ,a.. . t\IIIlc:tIIIIl a w... From this point thInp could only co ... ...,. ... .. ... . 1'ICIfl 1ililwllb tom, &Dd till.... did Impfon. Some _ _ _ ..... or _ - ]O&t'ta of 'M _ --. - _ Il1o - - - ror the hlg datea. to meeting �· .. ,.. tlaCIII· __ "" 1IIiIIIl ng the chrome rtreta well polisbed. � I IIIItI6c.. ...,. ". t:1Iiq tIIIat .a. -...-. .. .. tion with the pmldent of Berncllft � ... .... 'CJ'O\o - ....., � wu raached by wblch both the 1954 _ _ ..... _ .. ..._ - <I _ -'A· F£W -.ne.• STERLING IMPORT ..tttholIl aacrtftce or qaaJft1 or eonter4. " .eat 1iIa .... ,. ..... .-II .. ,.... � ...... ... III up.: t, . .. ... .. .. Gerry and hia accompl1ce. [rls Nord1) III .. _I It � � ... pt: � ... theD sat down and rll'Uf'ed out hGw ... .... nil. . ...."""Ing! . fDio • 1NB ' DeOesa&l'J'. FIrat thotlKht ..... an addltieMl tao.. ......-- � ... ...,.. -Uaee � we are an. faeultJ' aud .... a 2) .&. :... � .... -- .... taken Into -Beta Beta Nu, subveralve BOr.1ber. bu.t ... �eD decided this wOlIN ... to ..... . 1ut aJt.--UTe. ....... IIIIb.. cncJK: lIP '. Percort t . .... .. simple : a perma.nent lease on ... . .... whirl .a.l 'IDIBirJJtac oo the OIl petual .... MIlar � Theil came the tdea of puttfn& 00 a ...... ....,. etuawe a so-rounda of V&Ility f"&1r. Su.ccew- fee tdIDp , .-.ot2l. a � pUr Df laded. patched Len'l (Marvooek mlu1Oll. alld lell the Itu4eots and al� OIl � ..... 10 college seems to be measured by pants) and a perennJal laek ot funds. Saturday night, October 30, the Alexandtt Brothers will pre- the list ot activities beside the sen.�3) Thank you, tba.Dk you. thank. you. Soutp. Ball Sojourn. for your sent this show. These men are tops in their field and are alone: ior's picture in Saga. College .teems too generoua conceaaion laa. week. 4) We offer th1a colunm to the pe&on who writeI the best letter on w.orth the price of admission. not withstanding the idea that this to be the time or fiowering rather the time of germinatlon_ "Why l Uke SupercilloUB Sneer" In 26 wordIJ or leu is benefit -show and we must approach S I ,000 thilt evening in than Still we do teel that higher edu· order �o put out the kind of yearbooks we know you. �a�t. Eve,l caUon ooght to be, in ltOIJ1e way, an which the pl'OTer.blal needle La hl(l­ a m�d locre s��w do�nt��n. � u.! d ��t. �?re :h� n thl� fIDt pre- adventure o�·the i,nteneet. the ap1dt _Fr:o m-T.h . �.i.s. E n. d - den. She aeemed rtO have none of tbe � _ . , . , sent3tton, so please support thls ve:ntltte for upon its success' <ie- I and. tile i magtn&UOll . It should take -�na usuall,. conaeeted with n o the "oocre" of the t .tIll pends the ty"," of yearbooks we can produce. A full house means " I t "The 11e'auty Contesto. belwl1'. ·and ... Living and the noble Dead" in hope!. I __ A e it • point, for the next the finest in ye.arbooks, ...uau . that we may discover In ourselves two weeka. to become- acquainted some shadowy possibillties of Ind!By Tom ReoYQ .' ,Hanson working In the garage vidual achienment which may In On the third da of this school with her, and 810wly but surely y tound the beauty of whicb I had one nlghrwhen Jim Colberg came time merit the approval of BUch a Bo15 Trave I told. You see, ber beauty over &Dd said. "s..,-, Rolph. a1nce I group. B� the creatin Ufe of intel. year a friend or mine �xpresBed !O been . a.n me the .1l!auty ot-. girl he had aeen Dot 80�eth1ng & tube of llpl!ltick or we.ve neTer beeo. to FlOrida, why leet, spirit and lDiagtnatloD Is Tbru Coun t:ry don ot d,.e can create. Her ttle bo ' a. 't we take a drhe down some- a!falr ot soUlary work. of ,"oicelels' on the ca.mpUB. Not t.h.J.Dk1Da �_ beauty wae, an Inward re:lec lioll tr you"ye happened to DOUce a Ume!" The next Wag Rolph kaew inner act1T;itJ. of deferred. achieve- th..1q of It [ bad' almoat _tten . which st1rred the stagnant mlDds pair of well-\ana.ed lads from Alaaka . theT were on their wa.J'! menlo ot taith QllieU,.· renewed. &Ad the subject oW· he· . polnted. ot those around her and reminded about . around tbe campus, n.,u mtshl have ThQ" lett ADchoIq'l on the 26th qo!etb' renewed apiD... wo..dered about that AlukaiL weath- ot August, ualn& Jim·s car ( !) tor ";VeU. I t1n� that [ bave conTinced. her out to me a ts,... dll7ll later. I l one of the �ell" in which our � :were placed. ar. Betore J'Qu .t&r� calUna your \r&n!,portau,n. The)- w . e Q.uit. Dl1self. 11 not you, that there Is a couldn't balleTe my -eyes a� As we learned. ' In junior high «O�resam� to demand the same I aure the car wU In IJOOd. sbape &11.4 kernel of 1I1ad.QIIl in II17 friend·s r&- ��ned. the Ttait10n of DQ' obsel'vant d . a not the abllltles we are for' the Pa�c Northweat. let me 'that thaT bad llothJ,ns in the t.ut mark. ThIs weekend· I am goln& to frien who was Q.Ulte-a .judge ot tile school. It' t�n ,,?U abOUt the trip the boya took to worl'7 about., Tl!e ba;rs stopped at&7 Ihort. but rather how , _ and cO OIL . llWe- lDwud "dMdl7 �" 8Jle.. WU . , tfolll b a prqe a few Dill... out of AD- adYeu:bU'e of m,- OWL. Bat walt.. ThW (_ journa1I8tli:.: aake'-p1�-. we· uae:.. tJasm. It We- .WIe them to IIIL . ohoraae to KeT WMt.. Flor-- at chorap and rOUlld to tlleir ...... Is � � �� It . u fa �)_ ... I ..... � -. .... iciDlNat:- � tho minds and 1 \ an started tift _: RoII!h (<;ODtlnued on Pace So.,.n) . _� dala& ""!!! �. :.lI1 [Ihort. tat. .....r � �� .- ' . at " �2 lII&IIId nd. lben y, � .

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Their program wlll range from a comedy sagebrueh sap, 'o'One Hour Betore the Posse:� to a dramatic Spanisb 'gypsy tuO"ti;-to their "tn� l)ret&t1on of characters f1'OllIl "Guys and Dolls." The homestretcb Is on the foreign 81de, startln8 quietly with the Spanlsb '"Yaya Con Dlos," building up with a eplrited Russian folk lOng, and closing wltb several roUling Mu:1can tUDes. .

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INTRAMURAL HIGHLIGHTS

We, the eheerleadera,� y'. a h to thank everyone tor the spirit shown

Teams To Clash

This Saturday at 9:00 a.m. will see the renewal ot the annuil sirla rootbali ' CODtMt, the Powder Purt 'Bowl, featuring uppercla8s BustUng Bustle� and Galloping Girdles of the !.I\eshman clul. " Both teiin. have been pracUclng hard, especIally these last few days, In prepara·Uo� for the event They have been undergoing hard calestbenUcs In order to get In good con-

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early Itt· the fiI'8t hatt. Then In tile middle ot the ttnt baIt, . the b&ll relled on. �. North H� (thlrc1).'. own S:yard· UD. Ha�le. In his 0Wll end �SOtte. ankle high pus �m center for a aafett. In touch tout..,. wben the ball muches a in a y e r and thea

pmes. BUt really, this bas . been. wu North Hall (second) against 'only a n.l'IIl-Up. The; INC' toot..at Nonh Ball (thIrd). - game ot the enUre MUOn ' 18 thl. PJ.y ....... .. ed. back ud forth

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Up In Vancouver, B. C.• the Wblt1Nre Ptrat:. ..... ... 8Jttl8l eo. lumbl& Thunderb"", 1.lt the pI&yIi.c IIeI4 at ___ _ &be _ knotted &-6. Th. tW9 teqIa had haWed· .......,. IW t_ MnI-...t ._ etrl. All the second l1&lt bepD. bO""�' It .... e1'Ne1St tMt Wldtww* coaoh Jim LounahartT � "nred WI" Ill. boyo .. _ __ _ hit ·pa;r. dlrl Ttle fin&! lcore W'U Wbttwortll IV .u tJIBC '0 bat OIl. of these time. the Prate. are SOl� t9 ftDd out that 8T..,oH """'t down tor them 10. the .ecoD� halr of � ..u ,..... f..,.be lioftalber '0 til f)

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Looks Uke Wellern WuhlnKton took it on the chJn &&&in. The, were downed by Lewla and Clark of the Pact,fle Northwest Conterence. V1kJng coach Chuck Lapp8nbuech III probably sUll racking his brain tor something new In rootball. Last time be gave the lIubject hill earnest attention. he came up with the detenslve, straight lIne T tormaUon­ wonder what ever happened to that! Anyhow, I hope he doe8n't have any new, deadly Uttle- Weapon8 with him this .weekend.

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Time once �afn.tor the eld standby, "Putrid PI�b.", Central a.nd Eutern nnaHy both. decided�to atay over in the un· claimed reglons of the Northwest. (Eaatern Waahlngtoo. tor benefit or those nnacQuainted. with writers' Idiotic style of .prose) and, I think Cen· tral wUl take the Savages-ob, maybe 19--7. CPS takes.the long trip North WI Ume and-ilbould come bome from UBC In Vancouver with a 20-6 victory. Wh.Jtworth cOM out of the Evergreen Conference jurladJ.cUon and entertainl{ Unfield Collece In Spoka.n.e; I say WhItworth II, Lio.Qe1d 11. The tact that WhItworth Is out ot conference play We weekend gives the Lute8 a chance to- maya tnto a two-way Ue tor tint. We 1)lay host to the Western Washington VlJdD&. for our HomecOlll.lng Let's ...,. . PLC n, Western O. Just a. thoq:bt: By word. of the �vine we· ·bear that Bud � and Dwaine BraDdt are 011 their way toward winning a 19&6 Cadillac, th6t la It a�1rt ..-ery team III the oowrtry pu..ij._ a major upaet th1a Satur­ day. They entered. t!!e Cr'OIIkIy T·V .core plcb. Lester .18 DOW t.rJ1nc to figure out way to· 40 .BraB4t owt ot bi_ half of· the 0&1", aDd. be'll prot.­ ably figure t:II&t on. In DO t1IDe at alL So lon�-I; bope"''ll lltlll Me lOme �,"OU Dest w� �

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him up with a few remarks. Queen Gall wtll then speak, en­ couraging the team and student body on to Ttctory In the game and ,making the usual observat.!-one ex­ 'pected of a queen. T..m Introduced

Milt Nesv1g wUl then Introduce the football team. This was done at the firet of the season, too, but the playen wHl be easier to �cognize � the gym than they were by tire­ Ught. After another s o n g a n d some yells, we'll sing the "Glad Refraln�' and then go home, so we'll be fresh for a full day Saturday. "Follow the flares to the football festivities Friday," urge the cheerleaders: Floata In Parade

Seventeen nOats will be run In this year's Homecoming Parade th1s 8,&auday. F1oa.h entered. In order, a r e t h e (01l0w1D.g: Senior clue, JunJor c I a s ., Sophomore class, Freshman class, Old Maln, South Hall, North -Hall. Clover Creek, Offcampus Students, Spun, APO, egA, LDR, WhIte Caps, Nursing Club, FTA, Alpha Sigma. Lambda and Pi Kappa-Alpha. PIrl-Curtain Club. In the parade also with the OGata wlll be our band and drill team. Queen Gall Taylor and her princesses will be driven in convertibles, as will alltO the yeD - and JK)DI leaders, Prior to the parade which begtna at 10 a.m., and will go through Park1and. at 10 : 15 a.m., there wUl � JudClDI'.to find the prise float..

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The judl1D.1 wUl beCin at 9:30 a.m. .and,· Drill Tearne, to March. c on OartIeId: atreet ·. Some blgbJJr enjoyable b&1f41me To have & poteD.Ually ·b e t t e r entertalnment hal been planned for noat, noata should be inade of dur- the Bomecolll1ni' a:ame 1D. LIncoln able material.e. ll(ater1&ll can be Bowl thh! Satu�day. The qo1red FrIday at the Student Body Involving the band, the girls'· ' · offjce after S 'p.m. and un 7: 30 p.,m. te&Dl.- a Soo.student ' card I and also a couple bours alter the and a 12s..tudent combined cofOll&tion. and: chortls, promJses to vie with The float, In order to be eUgib.le . the game lueU as the most enjoy­ for judgtng, mnst be In position In able HomecOming feature. llne for the parade, and must llave Salute to Alum. ' Its number on ·the fTont 0:' the truck. First on the program of events "Thanks go w all tOOse who are will be the welcoming of the atum­ working on noah and preparing for nae. To the music of the band the HomecomJng festivities," says tng "Hall, Han, the G a n g's A1I ChaJrman Jack Hoover, ''and bere's Here," the drill team 'will form a hoping for much success in making large HI, The card section on the thIs the best Homecoming ever," West side of the field will exprees Reformation PLC's .personal feelings by spelling Reformation Service will. be held ALUM, A tlnal trl'bute to the alum· in Pacific Lutheran College gymna- nae wllJ be given by the yeU leaders slum Sunday, October 31, at .:00 leading the student body In a we)· with Dr. TheQdore Bach- <:�me yen.

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more. !!'olo time Is� again approachlrlg and everywhere you can see small groups or girls gathered to discuss the latest developments on which will be the lucky boy! So, girls, you that haven't thought about it, don't walt too long! We wish to take this opportunity to congratulate Queen Gall and her Royal Court during their reign for D i l l Team to Perform As a second feature the girls' Homecoming-1954. team led by Jane Walk, will South Hall Sojourn &. .huge school bell After the At last! Another senior has taken formation the band, dIrected by Mr. the fatal ,plunge and. announced her Gilbertson, will complete the scene engagement. That narrows the field by the playing of "Tbe Little Red considerably and many were School House." the moans and groans Issuing forth Sa lu t to We8tern from those selllors still belonging Led once again by the drill team, to the O..M.S. (Old Maid Society). of thie resulted after the Mon­ PLC wJll greet Western w!tb the nJght popcorn party of Carol formation bf a large W_fadog the where, displaying a bad left�hand1tU8, Carol made c the exciting news. Canuck to lead the oP'poslng rooters In an Newfeld,"Sf crad, Is the fu8%change of yella. Following this croom. CongatuJatlOIl8 aDd. the PLC band will pay tribute to the VlkJD&'s with the playing of the Western f1Jht song. Combin ed Ch..-uo to 81ng For their .econd IStuDt of the aft-

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usual, are trying aomethlnc new the Une of devotions and birth· days. On Wednesday nJghts, once a month. following the class devo­ tiona, cOllllPunJty birthday parties will be held tor everyone bavlng birthdays �urlng that month. Diane Hagen and MlmJ Reule were hos­ tesses this week. The cider and doughnuts were dellclous! "Roses" Larson was more than pleasantly sW'Prlsed a week ago wben she celebrated her 21st. Llv1ng It up on punch, cake and candy, she was royally entertained by Mar­ Ion Leonard and her " bubble type balloon act" All seniors being pres­ ent and the food so rapidly disap­ pearing, it wasn't until the next morning that they discovered via Marlene Wilken's stomach ache. who had consumed the majority 01 food. The sophomores, lowly creatures In the basement, not to be outdone b;r- upper clusmen, .held a popcorn party Monday nIght Annabelle ADd Lois Sand, Seth, Carol Breece and Dee Dee H. were the partlera ADd grape" Juice from the vine was the. beverage, H&lloween paid them terrifying visit in ilie form of the "Hagen bird," gh08U1ke fowl from the outer spaces. Tbose girls were juat plaln acared. To "na' Call from North Hall" ; What kind of aJlWl? 18 It t:hat ae­ CUies South Hallites of measy bul· letin board_ and then pula "now­ en'" OD hi. own board. Let he that Is without !aolt cut the first ltone. Have you North Hallen looked ID ,"our reporter'. room latelyt 8bakeapeare's "Worda of wisdom the...thoUCht for the day on confidence: "Our doobta are tral· ton. And-m.ate us 100e the good. we oft "qht wID. By feal1nc to .t· sa

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LOR RESUME

CODventIon was held on the PLC

camp"us Saturday, October 23rd. AIl the events ran acco"rdJng to and tried their tlahln.g. As you may 8c�edtlle. begtnning with reglstra­ tak! ed U th g the student body. voted to accept other bad an outside speaker from "and service projects, have been dy ey manalrea have uess , a Ilged to land were a few little ItDap- the constitution of a new federation. Seattle. It was tinally setUed In the en out ot theIr hands, and they have ! tion at 10 a.m. in the SUB! and clo... log with a coffee hour In the South been lett with only their weeklY ! What did you accept? Will you, President's office on the Friday ey

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th thi. Wi great adventure behlnd m J urned their the , the daah ng duet t car coast and were toward the weat ft on ro o their way th ugh the deep

south and on to the 011 fielde and IntellMl heat of the Lone Star "State. From there they went to Phoen.ix, Arizona, and - on to Sa.n Diego. Tobey traveled via Hlg"h".,.. 88 up the coallt through Oregoa. and on to

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yourselves, feel "any consequences ning bef')!"e. This kind of thJng Is programs to worry aboul No in the Hall Dormitory. ODe of the b..l«hUI:hts of the con­ from this federation! Did Jt cbange truly uq..warranted and should nenr sense that -you have not lett any t our rel1gfous organitations In any be. Wt(b your new organisation and area forgotten. You h a v e o n 1 i ven lon wu" Mr. an-d" Mrs. Stiowalter way! This article Is written to help coun�lJ, such problems will be set- broadened. each tleld, elecled one from Bollrla., showU!I' ,Udes and of their uperlences there. tied as they ariee. person to head thJa field. ancL ibus,

answer these Questions.

WlII you, yourselves, !eel any con· given it more emphaSiS, which It First. "What did you accept?" You have accepted a �onsUtution sequences t rOo m this federaUon? deserves. that will put all the reUglous acU.vi- Yes, you will. A stewardship proWith your new orp.n1atIon,

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Evergreen ' Empire and P&clf1c Lu� acttvlUes on yo�r campus. than bavlng three... or tour thet-an College. ThJa was a creat "trip and a lot of re"UgiOUS- groups, every� ne will be a . ristianIty t of every phase 'of Ch travel1na done In. three short ....... par

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On October 12, the Sophomore clan met to elect officeR. ThI. clua Is composed of 16 decree .tu­ ·tram PLC and 'If diploma atu­ dente.. We felt nry proud to han two PLC girls repreeentlna the de­ gree portion of the elas. u:eeuUve­ ly. 'Judy Starw:lth Is president and Louise uirsci"n 18 secretary. Flve weeks from tbfs date C?f 'pub­ llutton the SOphomores win recaln their caps In a 't8ry lmpresltve cap.­ pine ceremony to ..be held In the TbJs wW tate place Decem3 : 00 p.m., and ' �t

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The Pt.cltlc Lutheran Collec. Stu­ dent Conareea oril1nated als. ),ean &go and bu since ' then beeome known throulhout the Northwest ' as ODe of the oubtaDdlnC speech and leaderahlp e T e D t . tal' hlah 'Schools In thJa aTeL Thll )'e&I' It w111 be held on 'Saturday, Norimber' . 6, 'from 8 Lm. to e p.m. TbJa 001l&T'8l1 I, .. mlnJature of our naUonal cancra.. In W-..bina­

toD, D. C. Each bJBb scbool which: W&.Dta to parUelpate leoo. .two len· aton a.nd a· Dumber of repreMDta· entoU·.. . .

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,,,,,IIUoIA'" bR,•• o'Yer -thetr bill.' TeaoiutioDtl. U you were' to drop- In on one of these lobbJ1ne I1'OUp., this 18 a sample of how "Ul:e, OOJlTer­ uUon Dlight run: "OK, 111 APPOrt your blll lf you'll throw. J'o'Ur 'W:el&bt my way an this reaoluUO!i. · bere. Without thll resoluUon, you know, . It would'be impossible . , ' 0 ; etc ! " Following this lobby bour 18 ·the first jOint session ot the hOUIel. At 31 this time Mayor Pomeroy Qt Se&tUe 11: Oo--HomecomJng Sernee, Pastor will address the croup "hile anoth· " Thompson, (}:M'-S. er promInent aP94ker wlll ' d.Uver . 4 : 0o..:-Retormation"Day RaUY.Um. the "State ot the UnIon" address as a "representative of the, Presldent." 1 5:SG--Faeulty meeting, S-lOS. Next comes comm1ttee meeUnaB 6": 45-AlI-&ehool Prayer Service. and bearings during which btlll are worked over and' made agreeable to CMs-.B. " 7 : 15--I.C.C., 1,104. a majority. Cabinet, membeJ1l. IUch as the Secretary of State. Secretary 7:.3G--Organ GuUd, C-M.S. " of Labor and man,. others. \rhJch Romberg Sigmund 8:ao-Lyceum, furnished by PI Ka.ppa Delta, Festival," C-M·S. hono�ary speech fratem1ty on 10:So-Lyceum Tell;, C-M-S Faculty campus, go through veritable ero.s unge. Lo examInaUon a 1& "MeC&ru.y at thete 2 meeUngs. l.2: So-D.R.G., Dayroom. In . the afternoon there are sep­ 1.2 :5o-iettermen, M-109. arate .Hssiona of the houses fol­ .R. . O of: O--L D nt'sesslon at the end 6 :I&-Spura, Old MaiD, fourth noor lowed b.J..a jQJ d aw&rd.i are pre­ ' which . rii el ,. lounge. .p �e top .partlelpanta. Juck­ sented to 6: 45--Student Council, ABBO. 6:t5--Mhtslon Crusaders. Tower Ing I. baaed upon ncor and Iineer­ Ity of 8peech, material recoUrles Chapel. endent, and contrtbuUon to clarify­ 7: aQ--C.S.:A., cOuncll Ing 188ues and "progrea. of deUbera· 7:3O-<::ontlrmatJon Class. . ( lions. 3 Except for the adVI80lI7 capacity 6:15 a.m.-Toastmasters, In Coffee of Profeasor Karl, " W. Con.gteas, Sbop. 7:30 p.m.-Alpha BtIJDl. Lambda. which I. · lP0118Ol'tNl 1»7 PI Kappa Delta, II "41recl'ed" and run entirely ClubroOm. by callace studantJ." Tbere J. & tre4 mendoua a m o il n t otspreparat1on 12:5Q-.-.Ca.inpua DevoUons, T o w e r w�b PKt! intO; thD COqreIl and c�i " over 80 ,peieona aUs.t�ID 6:So-Aipba PhI Omega. 1..-104.

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(Cownued trom Page One) His activities Include tootball, As· iated &oc Student Body vlce-presi' dent, Greek club and Blue Key. Lowell HaetteJe Is "the candidate from North Hall. He Is a senior and bls home Is In Portland, Oregon. He la an accountant majpr and belongs to Alpba Sigma Lambda. Baaltetba11 also takes up BODle ot hill Ume. Merle Hanaon Is representing the sophomore clua In th1s contest. He Is a pre-denta.l student from Seattle. He also belongs to Lutheran Stu·

ART'S SHOE SHOP Garfield Street

QUALITY REPAIRING - DYEING

" dents' AssoclaUon and Is pre sldent of the sophomore claas. a Hanson" s nominated Vern w by South Hall. Among his actfvUles are Blue Key. basketball, baseball, Letand chorus, and Is termen'. Senior cla88 president. He Is majoring 'n ed-ucaVon. Tom Housebolder Is the conten· der from Old Main. He Is a preseminary junior from Ketcblkan, .Alaeka.. He 1.- ;prea1dent ot'CampuJI " voUons and Is" a"member of pa Rho Kappa and Christian Studenu' Associ.Uon. LInne Society is sponsoring Topper Neilson. He Is a pre-medica) student originally from Drammen, Norway. His home Is now In Lake" wood. IDs activities are Linne 80clel}", Blue Key, Vlldng club. TO&I!It·

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I StucH!IIt Alpha PhI Omega, national servo �ce fraternity. will "again fiend their Student Directory" to press. The book wlll contain faculty. ma.1n. tflnance and studenu' names and addresse�. The student listing will contain their school and summer addresses and pbone numbers. . .Abcwt 1iGO people-.aiped lor the I.,t WednMday In Chapel. If students wbo ml8sed out on this

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opportunity wish to receive a diractory they may leave & signed note In Box "A" at the Irtudent mall box. The book will be edited by Adrian Knutsen and Walt Schwindt, with thEJ cover by Jerry SIa.ttum.

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VOLUME 32,

NUM.EII' 7

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1954

Congress . Will-Meet: Tomorrow

MOinecoming I. S�cc•••; 350 AI .... "•• A.·ltd

It was I'ener&lly agreed . Amon&' PLC .tudents that last week'sHome­ .co� was a hug� 8UCC8S•. Appro:!­ Im&tely 350 alumnae were on haDd to take part I n the bome�m1n« r� th'lUes. ·�� :W ct"e:'r .r-uit , .,.,..,,� . .� provJded the PLC renow. . wlUi a pleture of the BtrenJ"tb. astl­ Ity, NoDine abruty and weJ&ht of maD)' of the campus coeds. The up. perdus women's defeoBtve Une. be­ Ing of 8uperior weight and charging abfllty. held the freshmen girls to a scorelesl!! game, wbIle the upperelKs! offenlle was able to ta'ny 8 points . At halftime Don Gaarder was crown ed as the wtuner of the Handsome Harry contest. Three of the seventeen fJoats eotered In the HomecomIng parade were awarded prizes. The juniOr class (Joat -took top honors In· the U en ongress a ers_PaclfIo L.th•...., Con.re .tudo... will be m.st beauUful dlvls'.n. APO w.n the most humorous contest and the :,:�:yO� � best (Joat following the t h e m e, apeaker of the bOUle: Tore Nl lae , Tacoma, ,enerai chaInnao.. aud Stu&n Gilbreath, Taool11t1, .... . .. "Lutes Score In '54," wa!!l the (Jost _ _ " = = :... Of:...: .:: '= ...::...:.. == n&... =--______---- --presented by Alpha Sl�a Lambda and PI Kappa Alph. and Psi Cur.

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The co-cbalrmen of the drtve remarl/lIa·' tUt' �tel1 � PLC'. o ber 1946. the Chlc:ac goal woo � tJi.I itiIiJU. Dr Iii. renee wu c&lled by drl.,.e were -6ee&�. ''ihry. Lowell HlDrlelrel, treehman pre&,. �ta, � cona14er the. t.hI.n.I sinn 'wiit" ..beip.... Ii �.. abo Ident.· feels ..1I.lII! � ..Y! � � . .-'o . tho· ..... form& on . ..ilt> 1lI orgonls&U.n reet 10 com._ ....uL t o t t " . . &..n fJ>r .,.. a. ... .f felt hU h """"! CGllec .. ted t t i . i e r r .rtIIr ....... II1II7 "".. aff_ the ... 9" tD��t .. . . ... .-.. iq-oi . . pnbaUou' prepared recGmmenda- results aomewhat. rope wu qut.!" them.

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Doctor Stelnhofr, president ot the Pacific Synod, will be at PLC on November 10 to visit with all who are Interested, This I s a result of t.b.e letter received by 1I 0 w a r d .Chrlstian n : w Mr. Howard Christianson, .Pacltlc ·Lutheran CoUege

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DON' Dear Howal"d : to I ha"'� been wanUng to get up all Pa::elfle L'CltlIeran Collese to aee or 10n 1J'LCA students, and I find th6 wa,' hi opeulng for me to come on November 10. I shall' be in Se�tUe the evening befOte . ·and could drlve over the· morDlns of the 10th. have lunch with the group in the college dIoing hall and stay over a litUe while afterward to chat with any who may want to do so, I am .ager to .e. ,..u all oi:ii1n.

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Relgn'ng .ver tbe H.mec.mlng game was beautiful Queen Gall and Harold Long. National president tions on its organization and charher court. Needless to say, Hom� o.f the United States National Stu- acter. A continuations committee, coming would not have been com- dE' nt Association, was at PacIfIc elected at Chicago, prepared a draft the team s vict ry College on Tuesday and constitution and organized the Conutheran L o ' W:��:� spoke at the Student Body Council sUtuUonal Convention oC NSA, held In the evening the Saga Benef1t o-- meeting about the association. He at the University of Wh,consin In Show, featuring the Alexander Br explained the alms, history and Septem ber . 19-47. At tbat time stuthere, was presented In the C-M-S. benefits ot the organ.l�aU.on. deuts rep�8entlng over 360 colleges A disappolJiUng �sum of tt'l5 wU . tl ii·- a it 41 United · Staiee NaUonal Stu- 8st.abttsbed ··t Ii e . OOliitftUo THe .. collected fOr sea· &.lilt Ass'ociation (NSA) Is a con- mapped. a protram for ·the newl:1federation or student governments formed. UnIted States National Stu·· ltlon, xfor· n. cliett. which repretenta college student dent ....s80ch �e8- tbrougli their own democrat· Any cOlleie universItY, jdtifoil' eany elected student governments_ college, noMiuil schOOl or technical 'Mn. Her6m-t �t:. .&:iiont, ""Ite of l bf l!itrl:cken It 'ih,s created to serve the long- sci-lioot can jOin the NaUoriaJ -stti<the PLC pr essor. Was need for a representative dent Association up(jti rrittficatfolf eXtstlng . :rr t.a we;W · l at . ednes with polio last e organi z a t i o n de- of Its Constitution and payment of day she was mbved to the Plerce Inte�-colleglat to serve the American stU" annmd dues. N"S'A's meinbenhlp Is · ed County Hospital where her eoDdJ.. 1I� co unlty. and to promote more thaD' SM' h:iAtlttitlOhi. tion is crttical, ana the r.:rm:ij- Jiu mbit . � tu .nts' Interesti5 and welCare. &Ilked tor the prd1ers: of the facuity t d"e -NSA's a.tri:ls and purposes are out. aDd students. ... ..oiI. i . ... Mr. and 141'11. Axf.rd have three lined I� 1/1• •r..�bl. to lis c.n.U· •. .: l1li: ... -chlldren and llve at 1216 Violet tutiod In which the association Is M.ad.w. Mr. Axf.rd com. from IIIlIII.tted t.: "Maintain academIc f ;e e d 0 m, Knox College I n Illinois, aDd te DeW . � tn the BueJneaa AdmlnistratJon de- stImulat. and Improve dem.cratic t.Io � . .l" p . �� � � ·.�IW;h"."t:.Ml · wp tlU.u'Ca :� uve vS, ImlM l� ",","OnlU :c��_. �" ri__ � !Dlerna- "6.. t0tal. M. ""'.73: .... ..ee.lved _ ..... _ _ Uonal understanding, guarantee to tor tlie CON campus briie." report! .. ... . f ............ . .... . _ ..,.... _ rights and poBllb1l· Peggy A.r�t.· co.ciiatfiiiau·or.the drive At the last mee ua.· of:ua Student all people equal n cOUDe , Harold LUu&. 'fbi naUonai tUes for eduoation and foster the with sophomore Dean· Ubner. · n of )�� r!.ghts and re�_...l.. president o f the Unitdct States Na. recognitio ts to the . �Ch c " �DtrlbU�\ D8J'C8DtlblllU�· : tlonal S t u d e n t �Uon, ex. B pons • "If " Th. '. Jiwnanlty h " pl&lned the beDelI".f lilii orgonlg. .C oo;;� • . . tD.!!�,t!l� 1nt." g •, .t $i&. mid� flIljj .r �Ir iiiiJ ; U.n. Begnn In 1946. ttl .na"•• col- and "!"'t ' , � ' i6tern the llJgneit perc4rnlage contnbtluon leSes to confer ·� .dther :ichoola eats ... uillted f any 01 iii. claaaea. I . nt ." their app�m.u. ...�II> o . -tfJi, ••• c . ....t.. -wltb iliilui . .y.t..... .1 gof.filiont; � -TInr·"piIom....-.... . " etc. .... �w :"" ....... .rt. ...d' rr_ .. .. th uJ .. 70 . .... The other, �-of diDOr 1m. re ";'�re U.d w.lth 32.6 .... " '-" of. ·a .tu. C.

The Stud�nt Con:rre.� Will -be beld on the pacific Lutheran campus to-

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director. At leut %0 sehool, In Waahtngto�and OtelOll have been Invited to participate, The pflr·pose of this event I. to eduoate students In the affaira of the national congress or Washington. D. C.

Mayor Allan PQmeroy will give a. sbOM: address. Dean Haoge and EnIng Severtson w i l l welcome the guest!! on bebaft of the faculty and stndent bod,.. The Spurs wlll act as runners to carry the messages.

The Congress omcers are: Senlte: Spea.ker or Senate. Ste....-.. act Gllbr.atb : c h , e 1 cterk. Ellen Henry ; assistant clerk, Janet Turman ; reader , GJenn Johnson. Speaker ot House, Thomas Swlndland ; cblef clerk, Nancy Helland : ..,'stant -e'erk. Th.lma Nygaard ; reader, Spencer Aust.

House:

9... 10.: Speak.r. St.wart Gl1breath, chief clerk, Ellen Henry; assistant clerk, Thelma Nygaard; chaplain, D a v e Ensberg; reader, Glenn Johnson ; sergeant-at-arms : �nate' Gerald Schimke, WilHam norr; House; Gordon Strom, Duane �omo; commit-tee, J 0 h n Holu:bJ., Stewart Glibreath, Thomas

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Judges:

Senate. Connie Hustad, Glenn Johnson. Tore Nielsen, Walt SchwIndt; House, Shirley Buschin•• arlson, ohn Holu , udy m J J ��:: � ke . e�inet: Becretiu'y ot 8bite, B1ll Finkle ; secretary of treasury, Nell Munson, secretary of Interior, Rlchd S.ch J�dt. attorney genera), Lee . � "! ; :.rg. secretary of defense. Paul �: : · · Itteea The 'comm . for !ll · the ar . , �:

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Congr�� Director: T�re· Nlellen. ii. A..•• D1rector: Tom ewlridiaIi ·

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P1I.bltahed eTery .Frlday during the school YMr by 'stu�d&Dte ot Pactf1c Lutheran College. Entered as second claaa matter. October 2. 1952. at the Po8t Ofnee at Parkland, W..�ngton. Otfice: Mudent Union Telepbone GRanite 8611 Subeertptlon prlce--$1.50 per y,,-

the" tbeme ot forgetting and foretT·

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the Homecoming festivities! South day and lookins forward with antlcl · Hallites, most ot wbom worked Into patlon to the new dat. A m08t In· by ProfeNOr Wei.. Reflecting on tbe Rombers Fes- the wee hours of Saturday mornJll8'. spiring meuage wblcb penerated. tiva} program wblcb was presented. still were not too tired to enjoy the tbe bearts ot all wbo were there. last Monday nlgbt, I am aware that parade, game and other activities ot Tbls weekend being Halloween, the program must be considered the big weekend. But, ob, Blue Mon· also, Soutb Han was nslted by a number' ot ghosts and gboullsb crn· trom tbe point ot the art ot enter- day. talnment rather than the art ot pure Special recognition ab0t¥d be glv- tures OD Sundar nJgbt. Tbe under· l mu8Ic. A8 8ucb. the program was de- en right bere and, now, to Carol Ed- standing was that Old ·Maln alao ... .JO KITTELSON ligbttully 8ucceaaful. The prosram, hInd and Nancy Hetland tor their celT� a vl81t from tbese ·'things·' EDITOR.IN-CHIEF ....... ..... . ... . ... ......... .... . .. ...CATIIEIl.mE BANNERUD tilled with tbe 10'(811 famiUar songs tireless efforts on bebalt ot the about 8: 30 p.m. 'the creatures were .. . . . .. NEWS EDITOR.. �==. of Romberg, gave to .mAny ..ot the South Hall float With the theme, greeted by an equally gboull8b �: �'ig:s�·:.-:.-.-.·.-�·:.-�: ·=::j){)":R�·HY·JORN�O� SroRTS EDlTOR. ........... ... . ......................... . .. WALT · BALI.. older generation ·the f&ellne of nOI- ·"Lady.Lutes Score in '54." the gIrl8 buncb trom third noor. who, nbt �r:tIO.. St.Q.#f '. n-.�\� r�! LQ,\��A�pg,��e•.Jacob�D.. Dlck .lk9w. ta1J!aj And. to the (:ollege .tudent turned ,at' a noa:t that maC\e all of wanting to enter Into the Halloween EXCHANGE. EDI'rOfL.... .. ......... ...... .. .... . ............ .. _'JSIg-/� i�n�rat)on'� an ei:�«telli ·r�ew.·dt tti"nJr.r- ;' ''' " .. .... ....li?�.�� ... made ,�,l\1:! �I'\ ��'!v.'<.'J , �: BU9INESS MANAGER......... .... .. .. .. ........ ........... . .. .... x....RA.y GOLD .songs they have learned to love. to whomever cleaned tbe Recre� teacbers and toLd el"eryone to ,!O : Wbat kl�d of spirit Is tbat ome. saturday. It saw you , Lounge. solo s Ugn tour the It WllUam Of Mr. t ta ������Eii·=::::::=::=::=:��.�.�.::::::=::�:=:=-�=:::=::�::�.���:�::€t��� third floor! Defend yourselve8' Benrly Sl"enJnpon, Ag Olvls. tenor., was outstandJng. It you'll knowewby. REPORTERS-LoI8 Erekv;a.m, Sheldon Brooks. e ) � seems to me thAt we sball bear Homecomlng'was concluded in a Altbougb thl8 week was rull of �:�:�:�: �!I-b�r�s�ro�� Ca.a:��H'!,ro::; =I:: ��k. mor ot tbls young man In the role m08t betlttlng manner tor South traditional te8tivltle8. the tradlUon· lene Baker, Myrna Berg, Tom Reeves, Wally Berton, BrIan Price, of ae8010 artl8t. Virginia McWaters. Hailers on Sunday enning. Devo- al birthday party cannot be neglect and Dave Englund. soprano. was particularly effective tlon8 were led by Mrs. Ted Karl on (Continued on Page FoUr) I In the song ''Mother'' tram "My Maryland." M :'i.,Darwln. who I. manWhere Were You Saturday Night . . . 1 ager ot the co P9Y, showed amaz­ A lon g With (he many laurels bemg heaped on our Homecom Supercilious Sneer . ng ablllt� tor 10Dl phr&!ling wblcb mg chairmen and workers. we Wish to add our own However � e revea ed in �e rendition ot Nordqul.t · Carl.trom with (hiS. we also must give a verbal lashing to all those who did .. Southearted Men Two two·piano not attend the Saga Benefit Show accompaniment was particularly de· To whom it may concern : NordQuist and Carlstrom, writers of tripe. ThiS was the one event on campus thiS past weekend that fell lIghttul. Both pianists com IIm ent. woefully short as �ar as·a turnout IS cO ncern ed ; .and through no ed the school on the flnePlnstru. exponents of extra·currlcular acUvlties. and masters of the waated hour. . . , fault of the entertamment. But the pecuhar thIng IS-JUSt as many ments we possess and many memo COUldn't tlnd the time to generte tbe effort required (or a Supercilious people were missing from (he dorms that night as had been for her!! of the company lauded our Sneer. Like our draft boards told us at the beginning of tbe school year, however, "You'lI hear from us again." the Coronation or the game. stage and auditorium. Just one more thing. peasants, we offer our bearts' blood (S.S.) for I f this program had not been for such a worthy cause, this One oulstandlng observation was would ant have been so importan t . But as it now stands. the th e manner In which the enUre com· a mere .token, 'but" as yet the " S" box In Old Main remains empty. Why the literary lethargy? Ail that Is required Is twenty·five words or leBs Saga staff must think of some way to raise several hundred more pany projected the singing through· dollars. If we would just realize that this is to enable all of us out the entire auditorium. This Is of why you like Supercilious Sneer. 'fo make this contest more attractive to receive our Sagas. perhaps many of our student body would feel unquestionably the evidences of to all we offer as a booby prize a vehicle of mediocre literary expression. South Hall Sojourn. Whoo Boy! a little red·faced inside. complete theatrical training. Bye, kldleys. see you In couple of weeks. And now we move trom the art of Besides this. they should also feel more than a little disgusted with themselves for missing such a really great performance. The entertainment to the art at mU8lc.

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Alexander Brothers, along with Jerry Bayne, presented some of the most amusing and clever acts seen on our campus in a long time. As any one of the 1 5 0 students i n attendance might tell you. this show was b y far superior to any movie Tacoma might have offered. And, as is not the case with a movie. you do not get a second chance to see i t !

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other modeI:Q west coast town durIng tbe day with the only possible excepUon being a crowd of wideeyed people who line the sidewalks waJtlng tor the prominent to ven. ture past. The city baa Ita 81dewalks, aJley cats, mud puddles and garbage cans Just like any other. But &8 the sun goes down and the many neon Ughta are set ablue, some�lq. .trange happen8. A black clO&k. setUe8 over the lit, tle cl.tr tUl1lln&: It Into a land ot ajlk8 and saUna. Tbe sounds ot little children Pla71nl hqpaeotot. 0 v e Bun.baked -chalk m a r 11: s are DOW drowned out bJ' the roar otJet b�k .cadUlus. swooping cb"nl upon the pe9ple 1D: & aucoe••tul attempt ,.t r

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basketa are _119" ucbanged for bereta and �k c:J,.uaea .. the ,trange tran.tormaUon .takea place lD this tiny secUon of oW' laDd. Hollywood I. nothln« more th&Il a post ottlce .D.b-etat1� aa tar .. the U. S.· Gol"ernment t. concerned. yet to the mlDda of miWoD8 ot tan. from Tacoma to TIm--Buck·Tu It· t. the m'etropollJ of!:«l1tter and gOld. Burpu8e4 perhaps onlY b7 the ndlance ot the 'French Riviera. . It ."u on the OOI1ler ot Third and Vine where' 'we 'saw a BIgbt th1J summer we' coUld never foraet. N1), It waan�t the mocktn& waye of a petO:r1ded. 'cfaII"dma .. BIle " �

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e b O ;:s:�;��y !e:r �.�': at t�:t:u:. wh'y don't be get offa the street." WhIle being Irritated at the word mauler we wondered It the lAst part of his sentence, if carrIed out, migbt not be better. And yet-. Waa Ws the way real eTangeU8m was car· ried out? Was the 81dewalk aamarl. tan doiDg more harm than good! Proverb. 8 : 4 states, "Unto you, 0 men I call," but was it to be In tb1a way! The other da,. we beard a PLC girl l��b at. the rldlcalou.�ess of being saved. . What tna ot en.ngeIIsm would help her tee the truth ot the CbrlsUan faith! �t t7Pe of evangeUsm could k1I1 the eT1l which pecka at oW' 8l"e17 wo� and th9ugbU It the Jew � hard to con· Yen to l.!Ut Cbrlat1aD1lJ' th1Dk bow mucb harder to k&eh the churchborn. It makes one thlnJ: . Ie the Word of CbrIot to be undolr a tont. In a tower1ni" cathedral. In. a aJeepftlled chapel. on _ wIDd.7 .treet corner or �rhap. on and In all four! What :d� J'O_u �nltt "If there were only twei�. bellev· IIll' Cbrl,U&DJ In ·the world. but each beUel"8r won at least OBe other eacb ,.ear. It 1J'ould take leu, �. the llteUme of Jes11l, uit.rty.� ,,,e&ra. to CbrlstianJze the t�o bjlll�", or more '&QuIa in the world... (Dybvlg " Faith � AcUonr',) .·" , ....

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anticipating the concert to be given by the world·famous celllst, Joseph Schuster, on December first Here we shall find no catchy tunes or theatrIcal maneuver8, but rather

the concentration on the great mu· sic of Haydn, Bach, TscbaJkowsk:y, and Schumann, as it Is expressed �through the beauty ot tbe cello and plano. Here will be an opportunlty to hear some at tbe greatest music played by one of the great masters ot hI8 Instrument The student body is to be con· e l S t ��::: ���o: � :�;�c�: �:�:.

HELP NEEDED

AccordIng to ·the Spokesman·Re­ view, .8ome PLC student took 'out the tollowiO;g advertisement �n tbeir paper: "Help! Help! CalUng All Fog Me.k:ers," the ad pleaded in bold, black tiPe. �e need belp bacU,. .' Our oDly hope Is to fog up ,Memortal Stadium Saturcla7. �ant" ed-one tOI" maker to report to the PLC bench at' 2 p.m " Tbe Lutes upset Whitworth In dense Tacoma f('lg last fall to .poll &Il unbeaten SeaaoD. Uadefeated again, the Whits are favored Sat. arda,. but weather could make a difference. •

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THE MOORING'MAIT

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Time once again to take a look around the EYergreen Con·ferencA. No drastic upseta, but one close scrape-down In the Lincoln Bowl. ..

CONFERENCE 8TANDINGS W LI T

Friday. Noyember 5, 19M

INTRAMURAL HIGHUGHTS

Game or the Week. this paat week

was when tlrat place North Hall (,ocoDd) met 'ecoDd place Ivy Hall

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The game tan on an even keel with A. to-,ard pall pI.,. from Tomm1 neither being ble to score unUI the Ollmer to Don Gaarder and Captain laat four minutes of the �Int , Frank Lancaster's lIuccellllful CODwben the North Hall (aecond) line nraion gaTe the heIne Lutheran broke through to block Jerry Poea- College Gladiators .. 1-6 Homecom. eel'. punt In the end Kane. The ball

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blamed that defeat on the fog, but I can't settie for that excuse. None of the scoring was done wben the ' tog was thickest and whatever part

Upperclass Girls DeEeat: Freshmen

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Ing eleven are back from the 1961

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Captain Bud PockUnlton II at on.. halt. Two all·conference men fill the fullback &Del lett half position&Bob Ward. and Wayne Buchert, respecUvely. Ward

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teated. But here Is the catch to the w hole story. Whitworth has never

beaten Pacific Lutheran College In an Evergreen game!

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you Will, PLC has managed to come out on top every time.

every Whitworth player w1l1 be out on

that field Saturday, having In

.mlnd a notion to wipe up the netd wl·th Lutes.

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NEAL E. THORSEN TRICKS - JOKES - MAGIC Coatume.. Tuxedo... Serpentine

The only other score of the game suab� concuasion and don the bulater on In the second Q.uarter. ketbaJ,l 'toga. . hi.d the bell The "Lutel didn't �utfer an.y upper their OW'll territory when sudden· lD-the p,rde with Wntern

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�r clua glrlJ their Homeoombic weekend. But most of all �th., )njurI88 ' feel the ItfnI of humWaUoD from a "":",. around the end came (not . jet and are UpKted to be at fDli Tiew, does It! But I 'I'�. a1tu&Uon doem't, look .,.ery cood from our rom KeChon!) but Koille Wetton . atreDCth' for the "'bl&' one" 1D 8� don't care, l plckect the Lutes to Iud on top of the EYercreen Conference fCI.l'rJ'1na stl... '.. ' " \ ' U the b&U for the B . 1 �1 Seore!-PLC etanc11rap and DO ODe�., colD& to teU me that they IIoIC1" Monle .tarted around riCht end aDd. er&l

to be champa. They want to ltart c� the

they are l ElIM ot their .tart�

frosh baeb. The defensive star, whether he will haTe contact work. Denn:y' may retlr6 from Ws Cogburn, pounced on the ball out� much yeL the football Icene becaUie of h1a side tlie end SOD. tor two polnta. le.,.-

field and Whitworth has neVflr defeated PLC on the football probably IIp&re nothing lD tIlelr attempl They hal'e certain almoat are tha1 win th1s one, they reaaona to be keyed up.

year they will

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Last year's game with Jim Lounll· scoring opportunity. With fourth erry's Whitworth Pirates was noth· and four, PLC was penalized to the b lng short of a miracle. Virtually where Tommy CampbeU's pus to

The upperclass " BusUing BUBUes" 9 weather conditions played In the outcome of the game neither team was girls' football team came through Ray Christianson fen Incomplete to afforded any more ot an advantage or hindrance than the other. 8-0 count over end the threat. course, Wbltworth was the strongest team In the league but the Lutes 011 the long end of an Girdles" were certainly not outplayed that night. After 59 mln\iltes of terrifically the freshmen "Galloping the annual in morning Saturday the for attempt hard fought football the Pirates scored, but missed the Puff Bowl game. extra pOint. Then, with less than a minute to go, PLC recei1'8d the kick· Powder It was a hard fought battle with off and little Frank Karwoski showed why he had played four years ot This week's stltt llst doeso't In· 'Varsity ball for Marv Harshman. Frank returned the kickoff to the mid· both teams displaying good offenses clude any new faces, good defensive (eams. It wasn't and the to camed who Homestead, Dale to passed he Then stripe. field Big "Cousy" NordQ.uist is expect. Quarter I Whitworth ll·yard line. This, for the benefit of some doubters, was not until early In the second In couple of that the game fInally broke and the ed to 'return to aetlon this week. a lucky play. Homestead had to turn around and go back a hopes that he wJll be able to play yards to catch the ball, As far as I can remember, Dale was not gifted upperclass glrlB scored. Their first ankle the Satorda1. safety, whfch re- by game Ume with X-ray or fog vision eyes, and I think that Whitworth defenders pOints came on a saUing the doesn't expand properly, Phll will could probably see the ball as well as he could. He broke loose and got suited from the center heads, have to take another reat "on the r e v 0 backfleld'a ball hit Karwosld plAY, TD the came to the 11 betore be was stopped. Then end Jean Cogburn, ot the bench" thJs wek.�nd. Jim Ball in the end :lOne as allck as a whlsUe and there was nothing Right Icramble to back Dennlll Rodin wlUi tumID&' out that ; the P1rates just couldn't do auythlng about iL ' Ron older 'lQ.uad, raced

BllUDK'1 detenmna.tloo In kicking the astra point proved the I-point gin.of victorY.. How can 70U call th1s hi.ck!

and

IDoer will walk ott with _ . tie f�r the championship and

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SCOTeS for the t;a..t week were ' be a chance to recuperate alter own n men lnclu Sloan Jobn � cl1 . are Ivy Hall 6, NOrth Halt (second) !. )m qulte a few preparlnl' for the testa Jn at Dartmouth Homecom g. I noticed D f c II: e y. president Ineaktng up on us lowly but ItIf'&. , DeJardh;les. Western ,. o Not DIsturb" signs hanging on ,, Collfge, Robert D. Murpby, Deputy "D / y l . North Hall (secotld O, CloTer ' . l UDder-Secretary ot State. and . Lt. doore . There was a lIttle e eep lost We wl.b to oller our con_tula· Creek 6 . eekend. U you were to over tbe n aro com· ull, (ormer e d B \R. l H . G tIons to the Homeeomlng chairmen ) Tacoma 2, Ea.te' " 0 (Iorfelt . add them up, you'd have qulte a sum ! mandllnt of the NaUonal War Coland their committees for the WOll'Clover Creek 20, N e r t h Halt of dragging feet and bags under the lese. I de uI Job tbey dId to make our (thttd) 18. eye.. In Dulle" Secreta,.,. a State 01 omecom nr one ot the be.rt 19 , DeJanllne 2, Ea.tern 0 (forlelt). l -4 R There were even a tew scholars statement which accompanied the yet. North Han Wret) 6, Western O. who had their homework done tor North Hall (tlret) 24, C l o v e r �onte8t announcement said: "I hope Monday. this con test wtll produce CODstruC' Creek 24. Ray Magnuson seems to be very North Hall (third) 18. Tacoma 0, tve and helpful publ1c thinking on going Into room now. It Dear PLC Classmates : careful Central Barracks· 18. North Han a matter ot Importance to all Amer- seems that one door he opened was Everyone who attended bomecomleaos," (firs t ) 12. eupporting a cup ot water. Rather ing last weekend had a wondertul Student3 constItute one ot tour Ivy Han 12, Nor,th Han (third) 6, l time and saJd It was certainly good dampenlng experience. categorles of entrants outlined In Tacoma 18. Ivy Han O. b lson and Warren Meyers to see an at yon. They want to thank Central Barracks 24, North Hall the contest announcemen t. Other extremely healthy. Mue t be tbe you tor making them teel like a real ctltegortee embrace f o r m e r and (second) 2 4 _ nana ream pie. part of PLC again. -c Tbls week ended the first round. present State Department and ForHa een wae here again. Was Our Lutheran Student Aesociav u In the second round the top four elgn Ser ice personnel. personnel ot It ever .. Roommate and I are stlll uon elected off1cera on Tueeday ( teams play among tbemselvea and other goTernmental agenCies, and wonde.r1n« about a rather frighten- October 25. PLC EmanueHte8 rep-' the bottom eu: play among them- competen t penons other than !hoae Lng villtation last Su da y eveDing. resented &8 officers were Marilyn n In the IIr8t three categories. A total seI ee. Ther e were. atudylng llke earn- Lutt, vice preSident, and Esther T at sa.8S0 will be awarded In prlses �� , n n t when t h e r e was a Edlun:d, secre ry. Carol Hansen after tbe contest cloees December : � : ! oc� o e d . we made the Kn1edle, who, was a PLC frosh In 15, 1954. TJie contest was originally . I mistake of not astlng the password 1952-53 and Is now a nursing tuto have closed October 15. an juat .ald ".coxp,e In.'' N e v e r dent the dIploma program II ur d rull details ot the cont8lt may be ' n be �,ulIng ban.hee. bave prealdent. . by _Ung to the Forelp ag,u . T obWned nothing O ,r _ t UtUe e . � , ? P th .a T4e "Lutheran YOUD.« Adulu" of � Service JonrnaJ, C ntest ComDlltpiu Ln s ed n e to ag- the PQrtlIUld area will oieet Rentee 19 I _ W WUblDg- m li .• ure ant W'� �e_��rnaturaf. cr �- bard :hall here .t Emanuel' on Nt> 08 G street. . ton, S. D. C. e - !. tures were lappolea to repre8ent vem ber 12. w�. are bUlY plllrinllll I Looked .'n l ;;" m.; llie t .trat. nelli ln· I ALi " • ft. ,..!rQluDeDtt and mu.lca enterta ' eee '�Jij"� stua,ent. � ed .plrtt of, tb � .Ii t� merit for Wi Prosram. 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period of ho.pltal lzatlon ahead wi " be greatly a�prec:lated. The many kindne..u 'n the tion beld on the Seattle Unlnrslty form. of flowera, card., glfte and Campus on :Sovember 13. I Oo r . over the early Marly. 18 & JUnIOr, In VlkJDg Club. nc L.S.A.. L.D.R .• F.T .A.. and Jut year We have placed our tru.t In a She co ea God', mercy and compa..lon. H e m M u:,:: ;e; o �UrB. will carry us over this deep, wide The convention Included. d15oUB- ! valley and reunite us again. sion commltteell on the Local F.T..A. 1 Then we will walk In our way Chapter all a profes810n a.nd/�r 10- ; securely and our feet will not oi&1 group, or,anJlaUon and prom e r the lord will be our tion of high lehool F.T..A. Caap n.

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PLC lltudents attending we r e:

M.unce FInk. Willy Lathro•• M.r·

Iys Salterbeck, Ellen Henry, Bar­

bar. Brewer. Ruth S.ther. K.thryn Oulbauaeu, Delorel Beck. Mn. Mary

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been occupied. by Gregor P!atigor­ sky. He remained with the Berlin

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Joseph Schulter, world cel ll .t, will appear on o.,r HCond Lyceum Series concert December fl�

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appearing under such conductors as W a I t e r. M.1tropoulos,

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PubUahed. evel'J' FrIday during the acho:ol year by Itudent8 of PacJfie Lutheran College. N'O W that II _ : s ar. flnally Entered as second class matter, October 2, 1952, a.t the Post Othce at over Ith, we can again commence When our foretathers landed' on In«- HoW' m&DY .t 1 m • • haTI .70U Parkland, Washington. to begin to write this newsy column. this conUnent' the had a touch rdw picked. up the evenilll' paper and Telephone GRa.nlte 8611 Oftj'ce: StudeDt Uwon ; Last week-end marked a very 1m- ah d ot them. hey were' bect - turned directly to the tunnIes with. Subscription pric�L50_ per year : ... , n port.&Dt ooe for many of the gtrlse1r Ilves anew I a ..... ..n e out ctvtng even a glance to what t_ w -..' It! was why, of course, the � \l[hat land-knowIng nothing of the la d McCarthylsm had accompll.hed or fall tolo. Throughout the varloua the naUve inhabitants the seuon� what Commuwsm wu undermin1D& floors you cou�� see t�e girls co� of ,the year, etc.; yet they" h&d a or how the segregaUon I18ue In the coctIng their shockln stockln, s, : faith In God such that, even with all schools W&lS coming &10Ill', Some were striped, some hand-kwt thel� hardships, they g a v e their I' 'menUon this as one of the • I argyles, others polka-dot and still � first fruits In a feast to Him on a thlnga we .muat guard against If we · others jUJlt mlxed,pp. Tbe tolo waa sglvlng. day set aside for Th&n.k are to conUnue having 'freedom and talr!y well attended a.nd · eVEll'1one Does Thanksgiving m e.,a n any· the life which goes with Jt to be seemed to enjoy themselves, Con, lk n o day r ed l e e I. coUld name other . � ... � : N � � .24. ,��ulauons, g�. to..Bev ,SvenI?gson ����e�le�_t ��...� � � � �� � � nT_ ' ti�� :>o r, but 18 ' ��t' �ii � : ;: :�'��: at ;iJ���; t ';; � b w' b;-a;-;n , tb�r�'i; � de In America, but -you �e conalanUy , been chost.n by our President to p�sent t�,e .'proposed Stu�ent for numerous birthdays these past mln,d! , CongregatIOn plan. Although nothlOg definite can be deCided couple weeks. Not , too much tood '�k at the blessIngs we are..en- being remInded ot them through that day; you �houl� be in attendance i!l , ord�r that you might waa consumed over the week ! ! Best joying every day-freedom to live many sources, so we'll eklp the, be able, to vote lOtelhgencly when the deCISion IS actually brought wishes are In order for Nat Ho, and let Uve., opportuwtles to deve�- repetition. Where w1l1 we find help I 0'Y61'before the student body, Donna Methe, Janet Wigen, June op ourselves to the utmost of our ? Doesn t God, Sather, lJz OmU, and Carolyn Hoog- capacity, a living standard beyond coming 'these forcest Remember-This involves each of us personally! very one to whom ,we give the the ot country otber any In compare 1 nero ,....----, , 'Second and ,thlt\! floors were also world today. Tbese are a part ot the thanks, abo give us a pattern for for us- llte� which when a person truly scenes at birthday parties, Solvig heritage that 11as been lett to a It. gives to that per­ Lee was honored with her mother what are we doing Insure that seeks to follow for son � strength. wisdom, courage, behind lett be will heritage like and aunt as guests, who brought and all else that he needs to pro· two cakes and a galoln of Ice cream. the next generation and .the next. Since the begl,nntng of our Coun- tect these things which He has glv­ Ev"e lyn Quaas was surprised by a Culture ! The arts! To be an artist and to be truly cultured. ,one must try, men have been fighting to pro:- en to ua directly and througb our experien'ce suffering, destitution. hunger, Insufficient funds; 'and so on breakfas( birthday party Saturday teet the things America stands for. forefathers to be thankful tor. Yes, morning: It's nice to be remem. ad Inflnltux:o. ! To�ay, we, as college students and It we are trtle �hrlstIans, we shOUld bered, Isn't It, girls? W.;' here at PLC are fortunate to have one who has so suttered, a Wednesday. Nov. 3, a surprise therefore tomorrow's leaders In ev- always jOYJut;lv cele�rate a Thankstruly cultured person and a great arUst. Around tbe speech department wedding shower was gtven for Wan- ery walk ot 1Ife, are being given the I givln� Day. re�ponsl.bl�1ty of pro�cting thesa 1 1--------, she Is known as Mary Allee Axle, but In her heyday at the PaUadium she da Van e lM1kulocky by C ar0Ie G an causes e have for celebratwas known simply as HajJi Ba·ba. Pritchard and �at Burgher. For a ' � � � Her , heritage Is the theatre. Daddy was a unicyclist and mommy a, centerpiece 8. large cake was' used ng hanksglv ng. Apathy, which leads to ignoran�e" Shakespearean actress. To millions of avid theatre·goers eVQryWhere the -It ta sted, gOod, t r 0 THE HANDOUT is a force runnIng free among Amer0" Questlon was which of tbe family Interests �OUld sh� pursue. To the ela. , . Shirley Speaking" 0l showers leans today�ne which I think Is & 4. h I ta r e � b e y iO f a I s pa gero threat to our Thanks 1 an c:�p � : : � p:�e� I� �: :: c �e �:r:te;:n: ;� : a� · d __ _:... _ _ _ _ - __ - _ _ _ W! __ _ _ _ _..: &_ V ":.= = n a�l. ��; :�o 0tl�a·t ? = = = = = � = = = = =' noon and after a lIght snack, emoted before the footlights In the evening. ,Does anyone know what a provoc­ Such pbYSI�j and aesthetic carryings-on more than satisOed the diver- atIve diape is? Well, for turther In. gent IntereJts of both family and public alike. formation, contact Naomi RasmusSoon/bowever, the unicycle lost Its savor and baby concentrated sen or Don Rasl her enUre efforts to the' stage, Miss Axle was Quickly recognized aa an SUnday night devotions were held accompUshed actress, but felt that the necessary "Inner fire" was lick- with Cathy Johansen as speaker for Ing. T� search for and find thIs deep-seated Wbeeler Street Playhouse the evening. Everyone wbolebeart­ with such vIgor that a slight temblor was registered on the UoJversity of edly agreed that Cathy wlll make a . Washington seIsmograph. wonderful parish worker. ' Any day ot the week you may find her alone on the barren stage, oa' Call Hall eearchlng, ever searching, for that stili mIssing Ingredient. She will sufFor devotions last Monday evefer, she will not rest. un art's appetite Is at long last satlstled. rung, our guest night, we were forThe next time you see Miss Axle gamboling down our balls, take a lunate In having Dr. Solberg speak. long look, tor thIs Is the very essence of tbe theatre , Whooo boy! He developed the theme: "Be still NOTE: In the true splrtt of journalism ,we believe tbat the Soutb and know that I am Ood." With Hall Sojourners should tell all about the nocturnal prowllngs·about, Tolo this he kept everyone keenly Inte� night last. What's the deal on this Seattle soiree ? ested. Dr. Foss, president of the Pa­ cl:lc District, E.L.C., also a guest, this alone, warranted Investigation, gave us his greetings. These specJal which revealed an even lower ebb devotions have become very papuIn the usual mlcrocepball1c condl- lar and will remain that way I am tion ot the writers guilty ot that sure It all the speakers are halt as column. For the benetlt of those enjoya'ble as Dr. Solberg, �., __ I among you who have not analyzed We In North Hall have made a J JIIi� iiiI. the situation, note: The brevity ot �esolutIon as another unproductive While pouring over ·the current . that c o l u m D employed what fs wee kcomes to an end. We thought Isaue of Lutevtlle'B scandal sheet. ' known In literary circles, to which, taking tests Wad bad ' well we've the eyea ot the Rider came 'In con- : Incidentally, ,those writers do not tound that getting them back Ia tact with a brazen accusation stat· belong, as a gI.mmlck. The excuse worse. Anyhow, we've resolved to I ing "The rope was cut." Connected given was a lack ot Ume, which Is make New Year's resolutions. Ot with thJa sli.nderous character as. an obvious attempt to create, in the may be a bit premature, sault were the namea Lowell Hln- mInds of the tew readers of bnt It's best to prepare Idr the fuImpression the a column. that Sophrichs and the Freshman Clus. ture elen 1t you don't kDow what's omorea,."W1U you ltand Idly by and deal' of time Is spent In the in It. Maybe "Big Brother" wJU l8.y allow your good name to be dragged of that column, 'Be ye hast1ly as- he Invented New Year's and Uien throuah the' mud T Let thia Rider sured, friends, that this. Is a fals9- we'll havp to declare It unco�Utu_ ____ adYlae l!luongly agalnlt It, y o u r bood. That column )s ' written as -�ame-eIUlDot- 8trand- �e strain.- -rapidly as one I wonder It someone around here a borrowed type press the keys ot Let It be'here and now understood - hu a pet gtraffe. One that drinks that thia Rider doel not make a writer. Coke, that Is. Hanging directly out. habit of reading that balderdash, Wh1le on the subject, The 1Uder side my second. story window Is a poppycock. and paraphrastic plagarIt his duty to Inform his thou� Coca!Cola bottle suspended trom & Ism commonly DOwn as Superc11of loyal readers that extenslTe tree. Sort of makes you wO!Jder, as lou Sneer., �oday, however, It was haa reTealed that the a� , about 2;) faet from the ground. called to hia attention that that coldon't hear any volunteers clamSneer Is only umn was of unusual and particularfor ·a tlUe evidently oring to knit a turtleneck sweater Iy deUghttul brevtty. ThI. tact, and by acme genius quite pro . tor hIDi. flcJent at the art of nomenclature Speaking ot anlmalS""-8outh Hall• which fs SJtuJduggery and el8Jtbant1!1. Snoozy-oh, torget It.!! .. . . ......

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Frlday, November 19, 1854 THE MOORING MAST Page Three I NTRAMURAL I " HIGHLI GHTS CPS Ti p s PLC Hoo p Turnout: by Walt Sail By Jock Hoover In La s t Game Be9'i ns. Seaso� . Pawley Cop, Scoring Title ' . Atter two weeks I'm stili trying to think of something printable! Stan Stan Fa; 1ey, a. f reshman f Of' Grl" d p'la Y SI:a.-O WhItworth Is trying to make a clean ,weep"l guess. Last year the Lute Salem 0 Soon ..L� a e I yt t G basebaIlers were the only group able to prevent Whitworth from �ng ! 13�ks�=:'t!e In�� :.oot_ by Loole 'pry the�:tb.��, n O I t f1rst place in every major sport. The PLC boys tl'8.veled over the moun- ' all scoring PLC c1�sed out ita 1954 fOQib&ll edWith U U � b ' tWe al bstan s a for ano y , :� �g:g�; talns and came back with a win over Central In the playoffll, Whitworth I ad PawI 'y O d 21 tlmes for a I slate by. dropping a close 13-7 de- In sports at turns to b�ketl'B, Lo un previously had taken tootbcll, basketball, and track. The Pirates look ,.ow' 0( I26• po·ICnt'·N ' Fuge' So the to gge d claion s. ext In llne was , a game incidentally which 111 strong again this year all the w'sy. It was PLC's third deteat ot their ball Lowell Haeffele playing for North ' t Sound y suited. for the Fuge Back in September I chose the teams to tinlsh this way in the Ever- H 11 (thlrd) �th' 78 I ts a d ei,ht.game season and their second Ide:ll :�:a lt i s played InsIde, out ot �een chase: 1.) PLC; 2.) Whltw:orth; 3.) CPS. Well. we certainly need.· th�rd' was D�� Ross, �a�i�g �r 'by CPS. ��., n t feel' sorry tor ourselves because our two loss�s to CPS could have CI C k H U with 72 1nta. CPS scored the tirst time It got s go�e �.t.her way a�.� . �hi:��:�����r� ����s fQ�_I!�el�: . . hand It all b a the c ng s y . ' �: ' 'J :�� :t;" .,..., � t. t r: 8 ()�: b � � � J..,.:� �,�:!?,�� �,?���_ �.��f�::� . " �.� .,."".....-." . . . ., . �!\� '1'u.l'V.tI.- · �.VtA'1.U ':;'�""I.o.tti. i t;; · ,- ·___ .�J. ·__ , . Zarndt, also a treshman, playtng for ' 40 young aspirants on the maples W L PF PA f o d Cl er Creek Hall. ZarnlU passed I :I::�d ,f:� po�:: t: ;v�''the ��g:�� Graduation. last year took ente; 201 27 Whitworth 6 . tOI- 1 7-0 lead . 129 26 touch�own passes. He, was Garnet Lund, forward Bob R O B B. 46 Puget Sound 5 lowed by Bill Johnson. playtng for a The and Ron BIllIngs, guard. The PacIfIc Lutheran . . . .. .. .. 4 67 64 Lut�B countered with a touch- Force Tacoml!-, who passed 23 touchdown another re ar starter, 73 Western WashIngton . . .. 3 51 down .late 'In the second quuter Donn took passes. Third w.as John Huber, play· after Koessler. Men with experlCentral Washington . 2 65 84 a 4�yard drive. Tommy GIl- ence back �� fo r Central Barracks, .. with 20 from lallt year Include: Eastern Washin,ton . .. . . .. 1 26 158 mer tallied on a quarterback sneak Phil Nordquist. passes. Jack Hoover, Jack British Columbia .............................. 0 36 24 Captain Lanca ster's con. , Sin de rs on AI Gubrud. Vern Han· Just a thought: It would be nice to see Whitworth get a small bowl The Indlvi�al scorIng ran as lUI· and version kick was pertect to tie the son, L. Egg!ln, Lowell Haettele, and bid. They could quite concelva'bly give our league some prestige In other lows: at 7.7. Nick Kelderman. NordQulst is a 6'4'" parts of the country. TD Pta. sore .A. back eld-ln motIon p e n a l t y J unior torward, who wlU probably 126 Stan Pawley, CB 21 NOTE! PacIfic lutheran pla,cl"d four men on the first and second e r Evergreen Conference All-Star te�s. Lute Captain Frank Lancaster and ��!a;�l:�, ��3 ::::::::�::�:::!! �: I �� � ;o:np��� :r:�e�;: :.�: �::r.ac;�:� �o�:r P!;O� s::��: Guard Gerry Kluth were placed on the first team while the second team Gale Thompson, NHI . . 9 . PS 15, but the pla.y W�8 hustler and handy man to have 54 1 to th n i s t n a G .d ba0Ck. He can play guard or tor. Slnderson, DJ ............ 7 42 callCPS the wInning touch· around.Gubrud �;:�UI: :�� f�c� t�at ;�::: �:;:�:e= !.o�: �o�:;���� :� y:��:ro�o-,:�:!:I, Jack and Hanson are a H b ' CB ................ . 7 42 down Inscored being one vote short of unanimous. Alao, Gerry pulled more votes tnan JB:dhnLe�te�: the fourth period. A pass . ward. at pair sharpsho oting guards with lH 42 7 any other lineman in the league. Congratulations, fel1as! Stortini to Tom Glump cov· plenty of know.how. Haeffele, Egan Dick Kent. NH2 .................. 7 42 from n yards to the PLC 7. Rich Congratulattons to Dick Griswold, who has been elected Lute Inspir· Virgil Weed , T . .. . 6 36 ered and Kelderman saw action' on both ational Award winner for the 1954 grid season and to Gary Gale, who has Gerry Redburg, T . . . 5 30 Dodds went over on the .next play the varsity and junior varsity last ad ·7 and that been s m ate o a n u n e k e �:;;�e'�B�� ���:h�a��: ;e��, s�� �����:e� f!�t�:� :ay �a�e c;::� t::x: �:�'�u� ��:;: a;! :;I�; a �:� o�::n� �H�..:::::::::::::: : �� ��a�Ut����!� !=!r�� 13 PLO ball territory had in the CPS couple of weeks to go In the big time. 6'7 �" tall. Egan Is a 6'1" torstands , Jerry Larson NH2 . . .. 5 30 Tomorrow finds �1lchigan fighting Ohio State, trying to tie for the Duane Moe. IH . .......... 5 30 In the closing minutes butd Stortini ward. That's the tleld of talent the Big Ten championship and a chance for the Rose Bowl trip. Out here on G. Christianson, NH3 ........ 5 30 �:��:: ::;�: ::n���: �::� ::� freshmen and transfers wHl fry to . 30 dislodge as to the success they will the ocast the hi gone is U.S.C. vs. U.C.L.A. The Southern CalIf. boys are Ray Nelson, CC . 5 already assured of one half of the Rose Bowt field on January 1st. But, Don Zarndt, CC . . . . 5 30 ute Lute threat. rind in doIng. it, only time can ·tell. Statlstlc F nal New faces that have shown well In the coast conference title Is stili in the balance. Erv Severtson tells me Phil WIgen, DJ .. . . . . 5 30 I R IJSHING ! ;CB Yds. early include Dennis Ross' he has 10 or 12 tickets for ·the game January 1st In Pasadena. These The J divIduaI pass1ng for touch. LancasJer 472 Sedropractices - 129 W0011ey; Kellh Berenson, tickets are courtesy-of Old Ben and his syndicate and can be purchased downs ran as tollows : . Campbell . . . . 67 298 Anacortes; next week from 'Scalper Erv." Even ·student body preSidents have to Don Zarndt CC . D e n n i s Rodin a n d 26 make a living, I guess! 23 �=d�r --=======� �: 221 52 Chuck Geldaker, Roosevelt of Port· Bill JOhnso�, T 1and; Lute Jerstad. nlnsu and Next week the sports stair w111 pick an All·Evergreen and an All· John Huber, CB . 20 Clark 14 48 Richie Heins, JuniorPetranster from American team which will probably coincide man for man with A.P. Ray Reep, NH3 .. . 17 Nusbaum. S3 10 o o a teams-that Is, it tho "big boys" know how to pick 'em. 16 Samblla Jerry Larson. NH2 7 . ........ 4 ...... � � ::: : � � � � � ·1n o o : �d � ::���: So long, I,have to see about libel suit. Bud Lester, IH . . 14 Murry ... . ...... 8 13 Hanson, Ballard ·ot 'Seattle; Dick Iver Eliason, :21 Kent, Port Angeles; Jim Jacobson, ...... 1114 Gilmer .... .................... . 32 -34 1 Y de Ge n .. .... . . . .. .. . 6 Benson Jerry Benson, Burl1n n Jack He en, WP .. . . .. .... .. 11, PLC . 344 .1083 andThis In tAe season it's hard I�y Hall an� North Hall (llecond) Opponents .�3aa 840 to tell early what will happen. nder Garfield- Street Share Honor - e : S d� Att. Camp Int. Yd Ivy Hall and North Hall (second) PASSING QUALITY REPAIRING - DYEING were declared co-champloDs ot the Gilmer .... ........ 75 . 34 3 445 !���:u�::S �: h :a�:t e:' 5 2 34 1-----------...... r===========;:; 1 ntramural Football League, when Benson . ..... . 13 14 Nusbaum .. . . . : ...... 4 42 DeJardines, who were a halt game Murry . ....:'......... 11 3 I: ahead of both of these teams, .w4S I Campbell .......... 3 . 1 1 10 Clark . ................................... 2 31 tied 'by North Hall (third). DeJ� I PLC ....... . . 103 43 8 503 Elllott. ....... .. .. ...... . .... . 3 29 . dines had the ball on the one-foot ', Oppone�ts . . 114 53 II 628 Campbell .. .. .. ..... ........ 6 2• -:Fromm .. ..... .. 3 19 line, with three plays to run it over, 2 but ,the North Hall (third) team PUNTING No. Yd.. Ave. Lancaster ..� .. . .. ... .... 1 buckled dowh and In three straight I Christianson . ....L42 1 77 3'.2 30.'· 183 TO XP TP SCORING ...................... plays the Delardlne team gained Gilmer r6 Lancaster ... ... .._.: 4 7 81 not one Inch. T h r e e incomplete Delicious No. Vd Fromm : .. .. 4 0 24: pas.ses not only lost them the baU, PASS RECEIVING Hot Chqcolate ., but the' championship, also. The tie, Gaarder . . . . .. i .: 4 173 1 GUmer .....: .. 18 3 12 . 6-6, wIth North Hall (t'btrd) dropped Christianson .......,................11 . 86� I Gaard•r•• . .........:.......-.. 2 .1 6 119th 4. Pacific GR. 3211 DeJardines, a halt game behind Ivy Price . 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Dear PLC Classmates Fourteen stydents,;-han enrolled of l'LC H B I g0 ::' ae- ann::,:"Q�:110ween M : � : ::;:d: cording to Prof. Kelmer Roe, class ty W 8 , delayed until Tuesday. Instructor. Tbe clas8 18 beld each vember 2, 1954 It was held then In Tuesday at 7 : 30 In the Roe home at Renbard HaH at 8 p m Entertain.

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(ConUnued"1rom Page Three) scientists GD his paper route .He w hy Swannle and Repulsive Zeltner was In their laboratory collecting liked to spend time on roo b. 8eems Han and North Han (second). bo es-t ey always pay him �C In as though they'Te taken to sleeping 8t...ndl� h W s. He empue makes candle hOlders u p there And And" (Carol,n), ha, ea out or. them Anyway, he was I n / pitche� her tent up there She's a Ivy H&ll . ... . ... .... . 9 "' 1 152 100 their labolal'Jry and o erheard them' tru�blue blrd·watcher - a8k heT! North Hall (2).. . 1 198 $4 6H $outh 12oth. : ment-was provided by groups trom Honestly, that's tbe way the story DeJardlnes .. ... .. 1 1 discussing their' newest discovery. 142 t1 Membership la tor anyone oot each clas8 aod tbe taculty kept us North Hall (3) .... 8 AccordIng to them, people of the gOM. 160 101 having prevlolls trainIng In the Lu· all In stitches with thetr very u. h 192 108 future w1ll open their closets a.nd "LItUe Hagev lk, " (Doo de Doo ) Cen. Barracks .... 8 8 theran church. It Is sUIl open for morou!I skit. see not one stltcb ot clothing (look was lurprlsed t w I c e this week. C. C. Hall ..... .__ 7 21ij 2 , those student. interest.ed In begin· . Tbe Luther League convenUon of 7 In mine). NothIng bu� row upon row Tblnkln� she was gOing' bome Sat· Tacom. ... 188 17& nlng confirmation !oslrucUCD. the Pacltic District or the Evangell. orth Hall (1) . .. 6 10 150 1MIn previous years a clasJl li as been cal Lutberan Churcb wblch waS or paint and .varlous otber materials urda, night tor a tamlly btrthdaJ' N 110 118 I . .. 5 10 s IOmewbat amued W Parkland held each semest�r, but IL bas been held at Central Lutheran Church In In pressurized cans nstead or dbn· dinner. sbe ... . n ... 0 9 0 - 30 13< . . nl n« your clothes, yo u slmPly"praY ito find ber relaUns consisted o f E Parkla d dlt�c�l� to get In enough se . salons Portland, was attended by a nnm . l yours lf wJ a . t a c T oss h l n n their Sou datell' and ��� . J � t Hall�rll �! � l � �� o .· : . .. . '- � ��: �Il�. ,�·�t:'�'·"��· ' ,:,i'::1 Dej-_Oi·�-uiI(i",�-\·'.�t.I.. , � �..: _ !t: _'" _....� _ .. ... ... .......1 .. _ ""'.-. ....... u - ..........,...... bil.li:l wi., , tlMJ. totPo,," tli b ��� "1"'. ./... '-' .hJ; .""'-8'." ..''-'' • 0; . . . , { be conUnucd part .J( uie. SCCC.Dd 8� uel �r18 'trio composed of Jo nne a n I tweed. players, It was decided .anne . mink. ermine. bur· Monday. another surprise p&l'ty at era! ot the mester. increasing t h e sessions Llndeblom, LoIs Danielson and Judy I. lap, cellophane. or whatever yoor 10 p.m. made her birthday complete. that there wou ld just be . list ot the from 10 to 15. Starwlch, sang at. tbe banquet Sat. little he'lrt desiru. These a-II come November 17th seems to be birth, .A1I·Star playen Instead of the usual This Is ....the thirteenth class tbat urday night, November They ready mixed In T a I' I 0 UUs colors. day day as Barb Mc Don&1d and two teams. Tbey are u toHows : bas been organized on the campus. were accompan.!ed by Estber Ed. Then I� tbe eather looks threaten- Mickey McAllister both celebrated Bud Lester, IH; ITer 1D1Ia· In past years 125 have been con· lund. Judy Statwt ch spoke on Eman� Ing. a pootf of waterprootlng and last Wednesday. Barb with a break· son, DJ; Don Z.rndt, CC; Ray Reap, tlrmed and of this number 46 bave uel Hospital School or-Nursing antt YOU're readJ' tor anythins-. T b I s rast and Mickey wltb a dInner at NH3; John Huber, CB; Jerry Lar· been baptlzed. Joanne Llndeblom spoke on tbe sounds fascinating LuiSi's Ah, those italtanoal son NH2; Jack Hennen, FP; 8111 ' , Pocket Testament League Imagln, some ot the com· Supercilious Sneer bas reached Johnson, T. [ can What makes Ufe's contest so un· Don't torget tbe capplng cerebln.t.1on..-mlnk sweatshirts (thank an all·Ume low. The cllman: ot their Stan Pawley. CB; Low­ even Is tha.t certain people have ml)Jly to be beld at PLC n SUnday I you. Eartha), pink cashmere slacke declJne came two weeks -«e, wben, e)f Haettele, N113 ; Dwaine BraDdt. brains and are wIDIng to work DeeemlMr 5, at 3 p.m. At tbls UDl� with green suMe latticework down too lazy to put torth what Is .-sen- NH2; Don Kvamme, T; Duane MM_ thl! decree cla.as ot 1957, whom you the side . It could get almost Ual to every writer, they auctioned IH; ' Jack Stndereon, J; Phtl Wi.... To be triumphant Just add . little regard as sophomores. wilt tee.�"e D ott thetr so-called column tor 26 en. OJ; Dick Xent. NH2; Gord6D. "umph" to every "try " j their caps, which slrnltlee that they n&aseaUng. read week dear next un Well · words or less. The ridJckJemost part S t I' 0 m, OJ; Roy ' ScJtwars; NBS; , UI , have tlnlshed thetr ,re-eJJn tca1 peroommate . or the thing Is: bow could anyone Denny Ross, CC; Arden MU!UCJa. lH. rtod and wJlI from then on be r&- er. It [ could only get my to set som�ne else to read tbls thInk of 25 words to describe It, football I. o garded as sopbomores a' Em.n el � there would be three ot as. t mucb less praise It? as well a8 .at PLC. A' number ot h Quest1on: "W h 0 Is "Laughing Instructors here at Jb::Januel plan on Face?" mld.semesters, making the trip to PI.<: tor capplDS. Atter the strain tion : "Think then you are . Quota ax a e very are you ny to nxtous ,w e one Is somewhat rel ed and Today what Yesterday you weremeet them, ellpeei.I1, you wbet are baek In the rouUne ot going to b not 1 shall Tomorrow you les8''' be treebmen In tlle PLC DunlOI' pro- their cluses. -The Ru alyat. gram. We think they are wondetful We bave an Interesting bIt of In. and we know you w11l, too. formation, naniely, that one o f our , limit no to the amount 01 1 Is There Th& PLClt'Dl.nuelltes South HaIlers, Marlys SaIterbeck. • ., Serpentine good you can do--It you don't car6 haa been elected CoordInator tor all who gets the credit. ! Western Washington F.T.A. Con. '

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CONGRATULATIONS, TEAM I THOSE GAMES WERE TERRIFIC1 VOLUME 32, NUM BER .

1 6 Nursin g �a;:n: �� Thom �sons To: Students Chosea For Benefit: F rom I A 0' SL� u' d e n �L s at the Unl'e"lt, 0 Daa, aI Wh0" s Wh0 ' P-Ipe Concert: TO. GeL1; Ca. ps 1_ ;

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membedrs of the sen ior class fifteen students, These studen ts the � 8.���elec�:d I the will be listed i n the "Who's Who· Among Students in American a :��: :�: �:n; ; � �� � t 1� U ni vers�� ies a nd Colleges ," an annual publication listing �t udent ..� �e 'Col.lege. ·fl.type"t"B�=:' 7�� �."' ��"Y.�":'''' ":,,, ,! �:.�kl J?�; 9.�e ' Sn . , N .\O �.$au&-.oa -S..iu�y �ytl1),in&. lead.e�s frQrp ;l1I campuses. . BUr to c us for their aplc e recefvw.{ 0;; g. OO" · --. . ... ':'� .twtnbel: of ,.t\ld..en.t.�.�t.e!1:., '" p,m . in the �·S. , will be n the· number . In

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senior clus lyric knotted the score at 36 all. ber ot Blue Ke,.� An honOr roll sta-that AI Pta! resumed. It W&8 the.same dent, Vern Js a but"8t� ru&rd .... Mrs. story Oftt ..am. eaeh tam. match-- and bueba.Jt- pltcher.

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Student 'ite�.. to . WOri4 � ClmeU, of T�lIe". Jocik "dO"iir. , tr.:iiaf.i'ni4 ti'oill l"Ua'4ell& i6'pbciiiiIiN �, ' )jDb �­ prm_ ot Hr. oiher.liClifIfI" ii'e 1 7.- ,---,:-�� IDiJlil&. _ JIIOiIIir piI8t tii'ti ,_ ,.... 'pUIIatt

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LOR. tru Club, Spun; T...ta, and the honor 1'011 have &l8b ciaJmed '!if!' attentlon. A. day student; Pau baa been the DRG ChrIBtmaa p a r ·t .,. ehalrman:. and a two year cabinet · member. She alao participates fD. PTA, Campus DevotloDB. · Tu.....

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Malian Churnes.. Old Main: �eann.e Frleste, Blue Key; Datil �nsen. Alpba Sigma Lambda: Kathy GuI­ haUlen. Choir: and Shem. Lawaon.

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Linne Society. Campa.lp1na: 18 limited to one I a r g e poster per candidate. The posters are to be put up on Mon· day, December 6. VoUD.I will take

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.,Ian refreshmenu wtll be �ed: A abort pro.nm, will fo�� the eo... onaUon ot the LUcia Bride and a Christmas carol slnpplratJon w1U "blose the evenJ..il&. dln&tIii

ever submitted. wltb students from

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usefulness to business and society. the final buzzer sounded. Ref. Each of those selected were tbougbt I songs, "Roaming In the Gloaming," I erees Huegle and Duller, however, , to till these requirements. "The Wig Wig Waggle 0 the Kll t'' ' heard the claxon Qefore Woods lett Faith Bueltmann, an education tbe noor for his futile jump shot. and "Boss o· tbe Hoose," major, has been active In all the : Following this, Beethoven's " Eg· The game was nip and tuck all : music groups on campus. Her other , m 0 n t Overture," and "Cortege" the way. Fort Lewis taking a Interests Include Spurs. Tasse ls, (from Mlada), by Rlmsky·Korsakov, lead In the opening seconds. AS Mu Phi Epsilon treasurer. ICC om­ ! will be played by tbe Pacitlc Lu· things settled down, the Lutes bat· . cer, and a four-year member of the thcran College Concert Ba.nd. under tled to an 8-8 tie and tinally led honor roll . the baton of Gordon O. Gilbertson. 17·15 at the ten mi nu te mark. A transfer trom Montana S tate , Frederick L. Newnbam, baritone, Early In tbe second quarter, aft· Don Gaarder has piirtJcJpi,ted I n w11l sing three numbers, "Wester· er matching baskets a couple of 3 major sports, as well as being a Ing Home, " "An ETiskay Love Lilt'· times. the Lutes led 21 19. Th en Bob · member of Blue Key, and Letter­ and "The Road to the Isles." Atter ood fouled Phn Nordquist as Phil man'S Club. Moet or the IItudenu, two selections by Mr. Fritts on the drove Into the key and after e x- howenr, know him as the studen t Casavant organ, the program wil l changIng wlttlcsims was given a body vice-president. Whtle at Monbe conclud� with tlnal numhers by technical foul also. Phil hit hia two Hotel , Tacoma, will sing three Scot as

Montana participating. conduct tbe program. Registration will begin Friday Six senior nu rsing students, Bar· evening. with Saturday as the main b ara Jobansen. Helen Simonson. day wltb all scbools presenting Anna Lee\ Connie Stay. Marlan Chapter progress reports. group Gabrielsen and GaU Tylor, wJll sing discussions on varloua problems, three selections, "Prayer Perfect," and a keynote address by Herb "Prayer of the Norwegian Child," West. local scouting executive. In and "The Lord less You and Keep the evenIng &n Initiation ceremony You." All members of tbe Wbite for new membeu will be held In Caps Nursing Club on campus will CMS Lou nge, followed by & ban be parti cipating In the evenL at Top of the Ocean. The ban· The ReT. Gears-e Randolph, chapwlU Include entertainment and, la.in at Emanuel Hospital. will give blgh point. a speech by Jo- the singing pipes of tbe Seattle shots and freshman Denny Ross the addreaa. Bcanlon. national treasurer of gi'Gup, ending with tbe old favorite, potted the technic al shot which put Esther A. Jacobson, director of " Auld Lang Syne." the Lutes &head by 6 'POInts.

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Alta Preetbye, region&l secretary tor the LSA. baa Hen acUTe in rlllht:' Carol Paul, iris Nordman, Mlna R...n, Alta ��ye" N.ncy ,,:urman, F.lth B�lt· 1' many other aeUvlUee whlle on camErving leverDon, Ve",. Haneon, John Holum, Jack Hooyer', QeralCl S..hlmkc, R.mon , (Contlnued on PAle J'olll) Brl.n Prlc., Philip Willen, and Donald Gaarder. I to

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South Hall Sojourn

South HaUnes returned Sunday e...�

NoWn« Is at last ..cred but the In· �ph

nlng, stutted, mucb r e s t e d, and tegrlty of your own mInd . . .

tbree weeks before Cbrlstmu vaca· e n th I S . tion. Sa:y, isn't It time to move over !:! ; ;::� ; � ; f Is h ��a� ::;� And wbat would be a nlcer sur-- and give the uttle teHow a chance? many courses for so much money. prise to come back to tban an en· The Voice of the Valley (Tbe Clover As a consequence we bu:y our text. gagement Fo u n d posted on the Creek Boys) bave graciously conEDITOR·IN·CHIEF JOAN KITT ELSON books and our notebooks, attend doors to each floor was a Church sfdered the poss.blllty of JnformlDg E . NEWS EDITOR. SANNERUD RINE CATH . 'hlass , es reg,UlarlY and .consl derthem I with protruding doors and written I the population of the Up�er Campus .. . . . . . J. .J OANN'E POENC ET c FEAT URE EDl TOR . . .. e mpor ant part 0 r our day . An d n each doorway. " Bruce and Rutb. "· or tbe little events happening down t y a I ta t Myrwan.g and Bruce In tbe "hole." Wl tb :yopr admjrable That Isa. Rwuth ��� h:: ::; :r �� 'r:a�lz! :�: ,Da�l, : .. ' , eU:'known J�nlor couple paUence we shall attemp� to give " Pcs.fpqr:e . St. tJ q�nt Conn regalJon . =!!� �� �:!' !"'!J.l)Pl"u'.ed �v ,ibe. hap. .:J . . ' ,; : ;( ... ::.1,.�';;.-;...;!��'�a...r��� M �:plft-,- oLlh.e. 1toJ�,, �er Q . . � ....·.-::: ";.D : M .. 50 allon.�!-.!O-t-penlng � or th� da'Y ' etw n 9 . '. Rulh trea ted alt of South 'Hall r�at the same Ume bearf Yt· ill�m Wuh the consent of both :tse student bqdy and admmlstuhtd. · r and 1 0 . 30 a.m. . . . Several thin gs to choco a tes Mmmmm! Congratu. that these reporla 'are unprepared [ion. the proposed STUDENT CONGREG ATION vote was . combine to make that hour truly lations ou y to ' unr ehearsed and uneatled for. put off for anorher week. As we know. [his is to give us a chance Inspiring. . . . First or all . to see To S h i rley Buschlng, Connie Hus· IK't her or not we tru I y feel chere 'IS a need to f url her consl'd er WLWe at Clover Creek Village now � nt e u tad and Ruth Heino. we sa:y weI· : for such a congregation on our c � mpus. :�: � D:I�: �� ��: ::: ::� � personal mall service. Every s I y ev r . come back from a most successful bave morning at 11:30 ( ? ) we have our Bur before we make <? ur d�clslon, we must make sure that we bl e In one spot Is Insplratlon In It. tr ip to Phoenix, Arlzona. South Hall mall delive red to eacb room by our . only for ourselves In thiS case ' A vote for the congregation think I �:�� �X,��::n�:: ::: :�:;::. ;;� Is justly proud that you could rep. charming counsellor, Mr. Don Srunmeans we are pledging our minds in prayer. our souls in loyalty, y e . resen t PLC at tbe debate tourna· nero A very rare "rea and P....., v'Iege an d our f un ds In I f we s hou Id cast a think of an event as a success when ' ' s t ewar ds h'Ip to t h'IS unit. ment and so capably too. Otber to see Don's smiling face as he vote for the congregation. all the while thinking " I won ' t go I t Is w�1I attended So then to walk co e r n d . a there myself. but I k r:lO w some students would like to have it . " down the aisle of a building where ::� :: : � l :; ;� �: :�: ;� trudges through the sleet and rain, n B a sun and rain, mud and rain, snow o The result could be failure. every seat Is taken Is InspirationaL Elliscoand rSeaoMulford have recently and rai n ; bearing t h e s e terrific Then there Is the bea.u tlfu l We must remember that a vote at this time is our pledge for Joined our Sojourn while we bid a hardships to carry our mail. How· the future. bulldlng which lends itself so well fond to Mickey (Oh You I to worship; the organ greeting us Kid ! ) farewell McAllister, who 18 mOving I ( Conti nued on Page Four) a a e Into a private bome. -----------' ���t�:. ::�a:s �� �a �; �:: w��co�� Fresb strawberry sundaes a n d J r--T-A Supercilious Sneer HE YISELL C O . by our President ; the announce. angel·food cake was the treat that ments that bring us together as a 1.... family ; the concern expressed ror I greeted AnnIe Stewart a week ago Monday, wben she was surprised at What's goln' on around here! tn last week's Mooring M.ast we found everyone's welfare; the Cheerfdg i 12:05 a.m. by her junior buddies. that not only were we personally degraded but also our literary child ror our tea ms ; the exhortations to weddings an � ing of parties, 8utf�red Irreparable damage--it was torn apart by a couple ot literary "be good"; the gentle chldlng; the Speak ors. a Biery about the F=::::::� Lu1 l U �� ., reviews that admittedly show some degree at profundi ty . Whoa boy! shop talks that knit us together; :: t pune . . the c raning of necks to see wh o lS I Give the be efit ot the doubt and never kick a man wben be's down! t Those lIecond floo r pleblans have n Next Time Stop At We feel (In the tried and true spirit of American journalillm) that the speaker of the day. Then comes been l�ving It up again. Dee �eck singing from the Uttle blue books (able music critic), celebratinK ber these challenges must not go unheeded and hope that this occasionally w h I c h aren't rea1ly needed-the o bnoxious Intra.paper banter may come to an end , a very timely and l the night before va­ h�ns are so familiar we know !!� : r��� needed end. d o them already . . . Singing Is tbril1- decan Open-minded as we are. we accept these crIticisms with the pro-­ ers ! ) , I ce :;:: ::��� ; p a 0 verblal grain or salt, as a sort of halting, bUnd attempt to congratulate girls were seeing pInk el&* * ��!� 100r:n� �::'n ���� :��:tu�� the us. The extreme lac k of originality, the shopworn cliches and tbe jum­ that Is on cleverly decorat­ . mea. pedbants, and prayer, and reading bled words that makes up these space consumers, of course, say abso-­ sages, Jlttle gems every the white napkins. I one--un. lutely nothing. Moreover, we feel that the minds that dictate tbese B7, North Hall, ettable lessons about the build. Exclusive::fRoom "features" must In some way put 8.S. on a pedestal for wby else would forg e:�� �� �:�::: ;:: sowing phases or seed, 10 they devote their entire columns to such endless cutting criticisms and ing or altars. OIlY. !: ::I�=c e o a b f . verbose evaluatIons. ; How about that? � ! Friday, 2:00; u rd ay 3:00 I I:�; :: !�:� :::! � h ;:�� scrib­ When our tired and bloodshot eyes ran over the Intellectual Quotation for thought: Who so his people how to write good books. would be a man, ' must be a non. bUngs of Miss SOuth Hall Sojourn last Friday. they sought Uterary meat, * * Not least Impressive are thf' Tues· conform.Jst. He who would cather but sadly enough. came away hungry. But, nevertheless. we did tind. out days wben one alter another, earthat she has surreptlously turned her column Into a literary review and nest y u men read passages ,------. 1 131h ... Pacific by readlng' lt again we tried to get the complete · plcture. We got It all A

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Sojourner we kIndly advise you to cease and deslst In evaluating S.S.• for In pointing out Quite obvious faulta you Inllult the lntelllgence of your own readerll Inatead of IIteal1ne our devoted fanll from UII.

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Goodne.aa! Who and. .,,-bat Is this ghost rider In the SQ' bUlllnell? My, he cer.ta1ql:y tries to be poInted and scholarl:r. doeso.;t he? Well, we words, el9. tlnd his stutt hard to digest, all those word. and words So we han nothing but gufraws to a rider named choet. tor :rou and I

�n' �. � o� r:e&ut7. Fr.)ml!!!�_ Iiirt!"lIou1tol7 �:_ .�.� .•.., boy. from )l� �;n th� d.lD of the HALL '1llueJr' Into yelplnc . coyotes and so baa lugged h1s co�.tiq7 bOo�. wl9' Or aib&lited' :you are friend, But paper. this tine . ud loud17 algn our name. Iii well known that gbosta are not 'real and.-.if & IDaIl rider, wJiat he claims is therefore not

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TUllelB elected officers and message by Politor �bert Lutnes or planned for an Honor Roll Tea to Hope Lutheran' Churcb Taooma. j Paator Lume. Is he held In the near future. part time pro-

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Ing point fo, polnl Sindecoon IUld Football is gone, but not the memories of a good season. One platoon Hoover caught fire and the Lutes

action these past 9 or 10 Saturday afternoons.

At the end of the season everyone plckl an Ali-American team, and

now, just to provoke antagonism, I'll pick mine. Remember, however, that I rise above all personal prejudices In my selections. Here goes: . Ends: Holleder, Army; Beagle, Navy.

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Tackles: Ellena. UCLA; Fournet, LSU. Guards: Jones, Iowa; Salsbury, UCLA. Center, B:urrl s, Oklahoma. Quarterback, Guglielmi, Notre Dame.

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Halfbacks: Cassady, Ohio State; Arnett, Southern Calif.

Fullback, Ameche, Wisconsin.

On January 1 st, in the Rose at Pasadena, Ohio State goel , , ajlaln!( .�.S:9. :O�io State was ranked number one across the nation In ·

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l'lUs year'Il·'IiV��I"'"Q.ding·�:.: ';),>·\ ·.b ����, l���� �:<t��,�<��!:! ���'!.;-: �n. there. I think the "Buckeyes" should have been third behind uciJA

they're going fasL

CONGRATULATIONS to Gerry Kluth and Frank Lancaster again -this time for Little AI I-Coast honors. Gerry was named as a guard on the thirp team and Frank received honorable mention at fullback. While on the subject, I see that both· Wayne Buchert and Bob Ward

of Whitworth made first team backfield Little AlI·Coast. Too bad the

"Bucs" didn't get a bowl bId.

With the passing at football season, basketball wlll soon be In full

swing. Evergreen Conference play doesn't begin until atter the first oC

the new year, but the Lutes have more than enough to keep them busy

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On Saturday night, the Lutherans Nordquist led the PLC S4cortng with

I staved oft a last ditch rally by the 10 apiece while Denny Ross put up

a thrilling 84 to 79 victory over the UBC Thunderblrds to win the final 8 points. John McLeod contributed highly tout�d Buchan's of Seattle game of the tourney, Harshman's 22 points to lead UBC scorers.

That's everyone's

Question. Over In Eastern Washington, Whitworth seems Quite confi·

Wednesday night and In so doing dent, maybe overly so. "Jordan the Giant" Is the lone starter back from last year's squad which was undefeated In conference play. Both CWCE established an all time high in 8cor· for the Parkland school. The and EWCE fIgure to be about the same as last season, but possibly

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previous shlgh was against Alaska

might give the Pirates Quite a battle.

U., when the Lutes poured In 83,

Here in the green, ferUle valleys and farmlands of the magnificent

The victory put the Lutes In con·

coastal reglon no one stands out as a basketball power. UBC dropped

tention for the tournament cham·

(me game to the powerful Buchan Bakers by only seven points and then

plans hlp Thursday night.

we took them by only one point; so no one can count the Thunderblrds

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out. Coach Harshman commented that Western, a team which was not

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and I hope It's this time. By the way, Erv still has some tickets, but

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and Oklahoma. The Southern California boys finished with 8 wins and 3 losses, but that eleven game schedule ,�as a killer. Ohio State rates

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Last weekend the Pacltlc Luther- ern Washington- 53-U In a pre-sea­ led 55·48 with ten mInutes remainan Gladiator basketball team ven- 80n bout with the VIkIngs. The ball Ing. At the tour minute mark . our lured north to Vancouver. B. C., to game started ott &s l! the Lutes boys built a ten point lead capped take part in the annual Totem Tour- would push the Vikings ott tha­ by the accurate free throw sbooUng court, as they ran to a 15-1 advan­ ney. or Ross and Sind6fson. Fort Lewis tage early in the first half, Then . The Lutes went into the tourney really got worMed and staged a tull Harshman began a wholesale sub­ without having a full -fledged game court press from here out and with stltutlon using different combina­ under their belts. However, when two minutes left In the game trailed tlons against the Vlks. The ensuing the smoke ot the hard fought can. t s c Y acUon became a little rugged In tests had cleared, the Gladiators c e 8 a n e G ds s b found themselves the winners of a the ball. After using precious sec· i 26 ort I a nt and o ner of he u e onds try:ng to get a shot away they � lead. te r . managed to get it In to Bob Wood, Nick Kelderman filpped in 7 field but as he turned and jumped the In the first game or the weekend goals for 1 4 points to lead the Lute

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at this time beIng in the form at well placed hunches. Northwest AAU ChampIODS. with nrst, Wliitworth; second. Pacific Lutheran ; third, Fuget Sound; big name players llk.e Hartley fourth. Br1tlah Columbia; tifth, Western; sixth. Central ; seventh, ger of Idaho. and Ed Tucker ot

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CAMAS balcony. L i n n e SOCiety banquet (contact be quJte a task. It seems the boys many otJ:1er activities claiming her are FTA 7 : OO-Chrlstmas decoration ot the · hom-mom g� od work. Gerda Nergaard tor fUrther tnwho really enJoyed their vacaU on time. Included in these campus. ot Arts protormatlon). If someone comes up and slaps are the o.nes who stayed and caught treasurer, Omnibus 7: 15--I.C.C., !rIO.. Phi Epsilon, you across the cheek with a base- up on the sleep theY've mIssed sInce gram chairman, Mu ' 7 : 30--0rgan Guild, CAM-So and honor roll. ball bat don't get 8l:clted. It is Just the begInning ot t h e y e a r. Of OO--Organ Guild, C-1. ...-S. another transLowell HInrichs administerIng the course, there was not much else to 7 :P&rtland State "tinal Insult." As m a n y of you do that wasn't expensIve or �tten- ter to PLC, attended I 30-D.R.G., Dayroom. : 2 1 Ramon years. two �Irst know, Mr. Hinrichs Is an accom- ) ing. Atter all, It was vacation and College his West at 1 2 : 50-Lettermen, M·109. the ot Choir joined the pUshed swordsman. Do not by any yon couldn't study. 1 : OO-Band, Rainier State Schoo), PLC, became a. member ot the means insult him or you may find A Quick noise analysis around Buckley. S q u i r e s Quartet, Alpha Sigma. yourself Involved In a. duel behind here proves: 4 : 00-L. D. R. Lambda, North Han vice president, C.M.S at sunrise. Lowell's dennl. Reap enjoys everyone's amus6 : 30-Spurs, 4th noor lounge. senior class ICC representative and tlon or a duel : "Swords tor two, Ing remarks and everyone enjoys 6 : 45-Mlssion Crusaders. honor roll. breakfast for one." makIng them when he's there beof BIue · 6 : 45--Student Council, ASBO. The secretary·treasurer As a note of Interest, 331 East has cause he's so appreciatIve. Key this year, 7 : 00--A.W.S. CabInet, 4th noor Is DOW been officially c h a n g e d to Two hl-t! sets compete terribly the nex t PLC'er to make Who's "Nodtvedt Hall." with the music we get on Ollr litWho. He has been busy with sports, I Our "Sleplng Beauty," Ron ptrlm• • • tle s being the tennis champIon In his mer, has been In the habit of sleepeed a new mutfler. S sophomore year. Other activities Ing till :00 on Saturdays. However, Jerry Slattum should get some are sophomore class president, Saga with tough rigid conditioning and new, Quiet paInt brushes-also he o-chalrman this m l a f y be n b o . r n h p S I . r d 9th 4 h t a I c NO no The office ot ASB president Is awake at 1 2 : 3 0 and Is up by 1 2 : 45' m 0 r e basketball games In the one w.,hlch has filled. Showing the vast Improvement or hallway unless properly attired Many other activities, Including the conditionIng. tor such. Mooring Mast bUsiness manager, Alden McKechney Is happy again. the Saga advertising and business

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Last week marked the end at ma­ jor rootball for tbls year. The final standings are past history. The bowl game opponents and partici­ pants have been chosen and every. one has picked his �U·Amerlcan team. ·

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ord•. \V.hat about the oppo.ltlon .ome team. face. Doe. It com­ pare. What about that line up front. It can make ball handler. and pa••ere look mighty fine or mighty poor. Don't forget the re­ ceiver•. They kind of help In keeping a percentage up.

.All these things, along with the power of the press, make for sub­ jectIvity In choice. l·t Is a necessary tlvll, but the pol�t Is thIs: Of course .... ! . ..!'-� L �IJ�e..-,:·� � ..��,:,,' �� e�e AII -Ame �J���.",����9JU!" are think too many people will dle­ top caliber, but at any given time; agree, that probably two or three any number of ball players could or even more team. of compar­ gain at their respective positIons able quality c o u I d have been and show just as well. All of these cho.en with n e v e a player'. guys played the game and let's rEt · Phil Nordqulat, honorary captain for the Vancouver Tournament, chow. hla var.lty teammate- the trophy member, they won or lost too. name appearing more than once! . . , won In the Totom Tournament. Publicity and popular sentiment The recent Tacoma InvitatIonal are becoming altogether too much Tournament, whicb was The Critical E ye PLC ' B O W S T 0 \.... . like cause and etfect. Look at your Basketball won by PLC. was a ,e.! ,t•• lor· INTRA... URAL .. (Continued from Page Two) professional tootball team rosters. ward and I hope sets a precedent Of course most ot the All-Ameri­ 10' the lutu,s. It w., .,omoted hy HIGH LIGHTS things In which . ,tudent .tudle.? W illamette U. a1 s i cans can be round here, but wbo are these other guys, a number or �= e�!I:C:�;ga��=!��!� �:m�::!��: The tJrst week of basketball has �e���ne:� :; :h: �::aO:ba��h: ��I� By Brandt whom we have never heard any­ patlng colleges 0 e a v 0 t e ot passed wlthdut any major casual- lng of a Christian student Is to be PacHic Lutheran gat orf on the -thing before. They must have some thanks. Congratuiatlons to Man ties, though most everyone was a student? Realty, what values are wrong (oot on their Oregon road from Quiet, from study. trip quality. So what It the pros didn't WlIJamt'tte University ot and the team. Defeating trying. A couple of the close games to be gained meditation. f r o m thinking, Salem,as Oregoo, downed PLC Tues­ drart them from the headlines of a Harshman Fort Lewis or Bucban's Is a of the week were the Faculty's win from u I I I n g. sIftIng, comparing the m national syndicate. They are getttng either night 56-54 to end the Lutes' tew ball clubs have been able over Eastern and Gootch's GulCh things we've read, the Ideas that day paid plenty they must be doing feat i win over DeJardlnes. The Gulchers have come to us In one way or n· 5·game wlnnlnl streak. In the past. good job. Why are some of the to accomplish w a. l � ere previously edged by the Crew Bearcats got orf to an early coming out on top, "names" Sitting on the bench when Speakingdidof pretty other? Unfortunately suc,h valuesf8: I Cuts. All Bcores appear below. r_ 0 lead and were never beaded athletlcc well In our dis· i even nor C they are eupposedly the best. throughout , the fray,_ although the High point man for the week i ::::�:d ��o: t�:::�." . "W h 0" W h o" repre.entatlve., Then, too, In college ball do the Gladiators managed to with one eh? Vern Han.on, Jack Hoover, seems to be Dale 9torasa1l of East' Is today's "student" simply to be- point at 45·-14 late In get beat alway. get to the top_ What the second Jerry Schimke, Brian Price and ern, getting 14 and 20 points for a unit In clapping an come one about backfield. where three o r more balt. Wlllamette had a bealthy 33-22 Don Gaarder were among those total of 34 for the week. Is today's college eXl!eri- halfUme four ball carrier. have equal abil­ lead until tbe Lutes finally "Mean guy" for the week was audience! chocen thl. year. Pacific Luther. perform four ong -year· ence Ity and chore. are divided, no one a l " got into gear In the second halt and foul In a 8 B of with total Borden l I t thl. of proud Juctly be can an stu today's Intellectually. ance?" of them having a chance to make - made a close game ot it. The Salem group of student. which Includec two games. big headline. or .et national recattends lectures (which seem club only got 23 points the second the aforementioned name That'. Tbe teams curr�ntly in the lead ' dent part and unavoidable), Is a to be all for nowl are the Faculty, Ivy Hall (A) and I of an audience at a performance. halt to 'PLC's 32. the Crew Cuts, with two wins SOCially, he attends p1ays, concerts, Pete Reed paced ·WlUamette In f halt, getUng 15 at the against no losses. These are closely and chapel, numerous other the irst 33 points. He was NEAL E. THORSEN followed by North Hall (3), which �citaI8. XXX .meetings, and usually III a part Bearcats' hi how the is �a:�:a ��a;::,::�� S TRICKS JOKES MAGIC of an audience at a performance. �:�:. to hit • In the second 20 minNo� do I claim to know the an- Phil Nordquist ,totaled 18 .Loat P Costumea, Tuxedoe.....Sorpontlne et. swer. Today's student Is In & dlI FacultyJ ....................Won the Lute� to lead their 2 0 1.000 lemma. MA. 4881 926Y2 Broadway He must be a part a hOllt for ack Hoover cont;lbutedf 10 f Hall CA) ............ 2 �.OOO of activities, he must run and race Denc:IOIIs I Ivy . ! Jers. Crew . Cuts 1.000 2 PLC "ras r�d h�t at the bu e c mo & u t In ir , he at b I Hot Choc:oIate Hall (3) -.. 1 or 18 O. 20 . m.rem. UIIt- l llne as the, COnnected e h. run. the rlalt ART'S SHOE SHOP No,th Tacoma .1 erate and unawakened. to the real throws a .90 percent average. 1 1 eth .. Paclflc � GR. 3211 t 11 .1 . 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We close with t b l s Question : mlgbt bave been In them at the the bus, (on the way to Seattle) SeatUe; Roger Westberg, N a p a, well-received section or the ev8What dl4 the skiers do wlth' M.:)Unt tJme. the)' placed a call to Mrs. Nel80n Caut. nlng, Mr. Stanley Etberaon gaTe Rainier 0 v e r .t h e weekend? We Cause: Buzzy Brandt heard some [rom the nearest pbone booth. This several readings. couldn't see It this morning. noises. Direction-basement or Karl bappened to be In a tavern. Finally The concert was closed with the ; Robert Aust, Vancouver, Wn. Sojourn Forsell's residence. Extremely singSouth after 4rJvtng at a reasonably safe Jerry Bayne, Seattle; Ragnar Ben- entire cast and audience joining In Amid franUc cramming ror te8ts, speed, they overtook tbe bus at the olar. Tbere Is no basement son, Kellogg, Idaho; Tim Blaney, "Auld Lang Syne." Findlng8: One Larson, by tbe term paper8, etc , a group of third Sea Tac airport. two-thirds of the � reception afterward wu held Auburn, Wn , Ted Bondurant, SeDame of Edgar, bad obtained a kit floor seniors, who have not pre- wiy towards Its destination. This attle, D a v e Cburness, Compton, in North Hall. where refreshments ten, Given to Karl Foraell, kItten vtously been mentioned In these 8tOry Is true All -sImilarities to Cam , Bruce Dahl, G r e a t Fa1l8, were served. Mualc "Wal provided -took one look at I� new envIron- 8acred Jines, took time out to eojoy names and places are ab80lutely Mont., DIck Farness, Port Orford, by Oneila, Anna and Solveig Lee. ment (Brunner, Forsell, Cornell) a most successtul Christmas party. authentic Ofe , Roald Feness, PrInce Rupert, Has bidden under the residence Not bavlng theIr names In the SoOver my Quota of wordll now B. C.: Maurice Fink, Odessa, Wn . A small boy was surfer1ng rrom . journ before now, they bave been so long unUl next week ever since. Don Fosso, Seattle, Mark Freed' 8unburn tbftt ba,i Just rc:\chfd theProceedings: KItten was begged" hounding your reporter to plea8e I Seattle, Jim Haaland, Albany, Ore , I peeling stage. He was atandlng In 0.' from North pleaded wItb. Purpose-to Quite kit- I menUon .them as they are true pubWonder ot wonder8' The fellows Gordon Huesby. Los Angeles, Cal , front at the mirror when his mother ten by bringing out !rom under the , IIcity hound8 and want those prlviKnut80n, Kirkland, Wn., Neil heard him 8ay, "Only four years old David drapes Of are their open. leavIng house. I leged to let tbel r eyes roam over . see their Kvern, Ca�tdo, Idaho: Alden Mc- and wearJng out already_" Result: Two bitten hands. Three S UCh literary genlus to aay, "I aaw course, U's only so you can y, �alem, 9r e.: Ray ?4agnusLittle ·Boy: "MOIDm1",' dldn"t you . Kechne deep acratcbe8. O.ne gash on nose. ! your name In the best column In Christmas decoraUon8. Although It � so , Colfax; . Don Morten80n, 1411- I ten me we came from and we'U go Kitten sUll under bou��. Buzzy'a I the MoorJng Mast." ThuslY, Phyl Isn't t.he ea8iest thIng to Ignore th� ; o ton, Wo. ; Ray Nelsen. �al1a»e�l, I bact tQ 4"lt1" f5ani� retained. Grahn, Dom HanlOn, Florrie Mag. ! countenances behtnd them. Dick .Mommy: "Yes." ! Mont.; Roger Olson, Tacoma; Bm Wbo are the cents In North Hall nuaon. F10 Cbriaten8en, G l o r I a Nieman and Bob MUDson put In I Little Qqy: '�ell, �.� ..tuqarr� e. �u�e��, �l�sk�: L O"? aDd time on of effort w�o; collect "Ho:p1er and �etb.rO.. Kvlnge and Dee Hagevtk bad. good quite a bit look under the bed becitu:ae lOme:80n, �t\lelI, ,,�:: q�rald Prl,ce, recordl? Person! passIng roqm A.7 ' times Saturday niaht and l bope thefr window and have produced a either comltl&' or going." body'a very attraeUve s c e n e. One nice attl���e��y �oblnson, �n� Beacb, are g r e e t e d. with the ple�t 1 .they're satJ8fied. CaUf.: John Rorvlk. POrtland, Ore, ; strains ot ''When It's �eeth Pickln' l Here Is a tale ot two South Hall- thing-the windows get washed. MUo Scbel1}r, Sun Valley, 0allt. ; Time In False Teeth Valley:' ers that Is too priceleu to lean Na�urally ·there will be a couple at whose windows l!!JX>rt .. tfB"' R!C;��4 �chlenken, �p LInda: �.; taa�ee for mUllc! out. Marian Gabr1e1aon and BeT . Richard I Schultz. PorUand� Ore.; Cbrls;llDas" llDffi e�ly �� �av! I!-� th�t !te�! �J;I Smtth, namely,_ wefe tak:1D1 Ruth Wendell S�e.tad, BoW� Wn.; �� �l�n �� _��ro. . for hOUta HUSOD ('54 I'f&d) to the bus depot y'!<�, ,,,, . �� UE st�, MadI8�n, W!�.,. Lt· at a Ume. �e � 'Worn hli J"8CC?� 1!' tWo ....eb ago•. About. a mUe away HA. " !lt9ilih. t\l11a�lIl& 00 thln that whon th o noodle 10 from oehool lhey ran out of _. )ut Be.!����, �11-; B TO P . ' .-

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A rushing party tor girls Interested In Mu Phi EpsIlon membershIp was held by EpsUon Sl�a Cliapter on December 2 at the Lakewoo d home ot Mrs. John TravIs, Tacoma Alumnae: C.hapt�r pr�sI4eD:� Following Intro' dlicttons, Mina aaaen,

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that many at those who VO'led In the negatIve l.Jve in the nearby communltles and are members of not only LutheraD: churches �ut ot m a n y other denominational churches represented In the stu.��nt body. Thus, the total �umber tavoring the J?:rganlza.tlon c;.t such a Btudent oongTegatio� .wa·s larger than' was e��ected by �e adn:i1nia;tt8\1on. WIllie 1t Is J?ot D:I?"\¥ kl;low� j�t ho w m�i ' ot .the 36� that voted eit�er' "yes" �� "��<!e����;' w:il,l� b.e he're 10 !be ta.ll, U is certain: tha.t

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"Now IS the time tor all good Men to come to the fLtd of their party." This oft beard Quotation can be f 0 u n d wherever typewrtters are sold. On almost every machine you will nnd that someone .ha. tumbled this phrase on to a sheet ot paper,

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just wba-t their "party" I., they will bave the · blgge.t part of their job over with. Instead of Identifying yourseU w i t h George, Dick, aild Mary, and the groups to which they through dint ot sheer, hard work won many honors his treshman year. friends, this was an bonest attempt aesth&Uclsm. It means going beyond belong, try to determine youreelt review, which respect of th critical literary shop and the , at the material, empirical world and joet what Ideals are yours and how He a CQutred a permanent seat In the coffee They called reaching for the highest .plrttual you can best brtng them to germ· raconteurs. His finest bit of work -was on the afler-dlnner board ot judges this paper sorely needs, the. gentlemen from development that God haa given to Inate. Remember: there are "prt­ (those ali-seeing, aU-knowlng, always-present, scintillating remark-mak- the Rider one ot tl;le Street." Thet the world-in the form of HlI own vats partiee." ers tha.t populate Old Main after meals). Rhl remarke were voted most tbe "Hall Acros. We nod everywhere that people were wrong They a.ked It the Son Think of thJs as the high poIn.t trenchant by 500 co-eds. T, C. proved to be an astute schol\U' as he went along his academic Rider wa sashamed of his column of all our cu1.lural .en.ltIvlty. spit=- are urged to "help others help did ( tact that he ttual, mental, and physical. More them.elves." I beUeve that first you way, tAking courses with reekless abandon. Contemplative Ted the by virtue of the . , on his bed not sIgn his name. T h e y w _e r e sublime ·than the greatest ot palnt· must " help youTlelt to help others." Orfent produces the contemplative mind) would otten l1e they mIsjudged Ings, the most accompl�shed . plan- You can help yourself by becoming ag-&ln and wrong, when tell u,uany can viewsr discerning A problems. resolvt.ng protund Is a certain the purpose of this column. Its pur- 1st, the most graceful ballerina or Independent ot others. If you can Ted haa been wrestllng- with himself Intellectually--.there learn to make your own dec1.tone eyes pose Is not to emblazon the Rider's tightness around the mouth, a calculating, halt-closed l')()k to the . true name across the literary skies and respect y o u r Judgment, 'OU ree-dl�kle-doodle. Is this but . . . almost as if he had been sleeping, as before stated, . It won't need other people to lead you There 18 much more to tell about T_ C. Mung, the somnolent student of �utev11le, Utercritical at ... along. You w1ll be the leader. Then the Carl- an earnest attempt from the, Sluen house, but lack of time and a deep respect tor i gentle,remember, But review. ary you'll be able «iTe others the .. engaged be will he strom traclltiOn. force me to stop. In· a couple months Women's honor roll students were .Istance they need in order to __ of Thomas Jef4 worda the In men, foura of end the mark that aettvltte. significant In cert&tn eolemn. I honored «iv hour cotfee a tolat by an tabl1lh lndependeD.C7. tD.tea4 of bearm and terson, "Error of opiD1on can be ,ear teet1vt Then with hiB caretuUy penelled Dotes under one ; Tusels In the South Hall Lou.nce oomJng "one more clapping unit 1D the other he will begin the long trek erated where rea.aon 18 free to comtIU hUy beaten sunlamp un'der iTuea4&y afternoon. Hot .plced c1der an .udienc.... (T h a n k y o u, It." bat InstruDr. !1terary blunt this on�half'of d OaUfornia. With him goe. Since the .ubJect of 8_ S. 1. at and Chrfatmaa cookiee were 88ned. 8chnaekenberg). artlU men!. the lltted eyebrows w11l be gone and only . the snIde smIrk with 141"1. Nelson and Ne1.on MI88 , comment to te ria p ro p p a I. It hand, neTelop youraelf U aD tDdh1dual, gain will be Callfornla'. 1088; Is that· ·bow it goes1 here, Washlqton's . that the style of that column at the pourtng. not U' " reOeetion ot your auo­ S Faith �� gave & � ef&te.. You baye UDdoubtedl, heard beg1nn1ng of the e&80n waa much to be preferr&d to the pre.ent mode' enUUed • •'it C� Com...• A of ,"the 'bllDd-- _I!I tile blIDdo"

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Paclt}.c Luthen.1L dropped: O;lelr and SJlldorson entrlbutec1 13 and At a coat of nearly $10,000 levan second straJgbt ga.m.8 of the week PhIl NordQUlat Ii apJn. 3 of U8 from nrlou8 parts of the In Oregon by 1081ng to Pacttlc Norm Hubert &«aIn W'U the thom United States attempted to scale TenHy 58-63 In Forest GroTe' last In the aide &8 be conneeted for 2, !V �I�� !:a�' �: '!I:h;'! ,i� Thu'rsday night; The Lute. ,Jt ott poInts. He had 25 Tuesuy night to n �� :e o to an ear er Pacltlc U 58-53 cone .g�C:� ��.:7 !::ge��a;n;:e��� D;�::O!� � : y Badgers went ahead .". 1 t'h ·three The arklanders return bome to P rugged t o' located In one t the n QuIck baakets arter lDotenOt,slon. p I '8. Y LewJs and Clark Saturday parts ar Alaska. We were organ· They stayed in the lead for the re- nIght at Memorial gymnutum .,. Ized by Dl'. Paul Gerslmann of Se- malnder of' the game. Jack Slnder· tore they head homeward tor the . 21.13 ,ttle, a tonner protessionat . .goJde. 90n was high '�or PLC with 14 boUdays. Othbr m6mbers of the expedlUon points. , whlie Dennis Doss, tresh- 'StaU�cs tor the Or$gon gama Tbls Cbrlstmaa season brings to Larson went wild). Ohio beat North- had .. . ���� . �!'.�"':t��� "Ala!��n tI�t..���.!_.��eck�d. � �� 1 �: : _�. complied. by Dwaine Brandt: ;jo.:;���&- a.�: st('��� ; : ;. Lu� "teftM--at.D·· fie�-:-wii!--U8iJ7-of- .JIrestOi'Zf� :_ asdrtts, 8Ouclr'"" .&tum CliU � eOjJ h.a:'·nii�'r5O'c. �l �; ....;;;:� · �-p"""�,:: a " .."" . ·... entertainment In every field. ·Un· them 12.7. The Buckeyes blanked and c1!mbs In the European Alps. broke a two-game Il?Slng skein by .lolordqulst .21 13 13 66 13:i doubtedly the bowl games wUl draw Pittsburgh 2&-0 and Soutliern Cal. Bush ....... ...11> ' 1& .9 36 tona piloUl transported two trlmmlng Lewis �d Clark ot PortHoover .. 9. the· largest krtmp ot sp�ctators In landed pn top, taln. Atler a long hike over glaciers J8.nd 84-73. The score 'tied a record Ketderman ... 11 6 7. 28 the sport.8 tleld during the next two The three losses suUered by the ot to the mounmen and the equipment Lutel had' Jut made 4'D1'fD1' the Gubrud . ..... ...14 13 9 39 .7 weeks, Trojans this year wert! at the hands to t e toot of P we estab shed TAC Tacoma. In Tourney 26 6.6 . Ross ... .... .... ... 8 10 U To most of the Rose Bowl con. of Texas Christian, Notre Dame, ba�ehcamp. U. ., : the despite won Lutherans The . 6 4.7 14 RodIn .. .. . .. test Is the big one and many lollow- and UCLA, and this Is certainly Our .. 3 2.7 8 tlrst problem was to retrieve tact that both of their bJgh scorers Hansoners of Pacltic Coast competlUon are nothing tobe ashamed ot. 10 3.3 air-dro�ped on a snow were benched wltb 6 fouls. Al Gu- Geldaker- . ... 3 ot the opinion tbat the best team Well, January I will tell-at any our supplIes J the In sec· .. . early le game brud the . . . .. tt ... 2 . I.S erstad plateau two thousand feet above isn't representing "us" this year. I rate the Ro.e Bowl .hould provide camp. .1> fI'wo nn81lccesstul attempts ond halt with 14 points ; Phil Nord· Heins . . .... ..... 0 certainly won't argue that fact, but a colorful garTIe and, a. u.ual, I' ll credo 1 his to with bowed t qulst . .2 1 Berentson u made 7 before were gear our reach to USC I wonder It theae same people don't go along with the underdol. The " , teams. Glad· both L tor high It, ess than games. we reacbed the plateau. This climb ' tend to underesUmate Southern by 3 pol,nt.. crawling around buge ioators wer.e down a point at inter- ! r----, CaL U.S.C. didn't have any All. It .eem. that Phil Jordan I• •tart- necessitated mls-slon but came roaring back in i p sIze the , Ice butldln of of blocks Laurinat's Ap"'" Americans (except on my team a.nd I ng 0ff fa t t Whit orth thl• •earequired to the second halt hittlng 5(1% of their , one or two others) but they · did .on. Th e '6 ' \O"'j un�or I• •corlng and eleven hours were "Dlatlnctlve Merchandlae'.' climb. Ice slopes shots. NordqUist, Hoover and Kel. have a well·balanced attack. They b etwe e n 30 and 40 point. a game. make the complete rman w�tb pr:c�I�� ac�u;ac I 409 Garfield St. Parkland moved well on the ground, especial· Looking back to l a.t yea !"', league up to seventy degrees were sur· :: run t:lt po n s a� e Lu e lea Iy, and specta.tors can always count play, Jordan .cored 262 polntt In 1 2 mounted. The exposure was hidden one time I n the game. Harshman Phone GRanito 5317 c i t c r a or seml-darkness tbe by on somethlng expIos1ve Irom Lln- game. to .et a new Evergreen rec- nights. l I substituted free y. using the enUre I den Crow, Jon Arnett, or Aramls ord, the prevlou. record being 257 , ClImbing on a rock wall one mem- 12.manntraveling SQuadDanday. point. In 14 gamu by H al Jone. · a 'TOM'S Ohio State comes west with a of Central In 1 951 . Ouch l I her caught his root between two-� pa���! �:��� :�:t::; !w�: ICE CREAMERY -season record of 9·0 which speaks Central Is looking stronger as boulders, and relaying food down to, Pac1t1c University for the second I anhit and well rock a wall the league play approaches and mlsht SA N DWICHES - HOT DOG. .tIme In a week, losing 72-68 In the h other member on tbe arm�Result last "5 seconds. The Lutes outHOME-MADE PlEa But It's VERN'S were e two broken bones. was : � � �OO ::� S ba e n �iI:;=�:ya�;!el� scored the Badgers from the tleld, for cooked to order DeLuxe Ham-- lot Ilks our own Lutes, have ple�ty prepared with two doctors and a 26 field goals to 19 for Pa· r hitting the wben on carry to mortician, FI,h and Chip. of scoring potenUal. burger. ' but the Badgers won the game Fry•,I Record Shoppe RadJo contact could cl!1c Home.made Plel Vacation begin. a little late for doctors failed. e thr llne mak go a.' the lre.. stayed Injured the and made be not " c.u_ the' Lutel� ar.�iflan have they as crew and 9th 4. Pacific fl Tacoma no 34 occ lonGs: s l6. od Wi.hlng You the Beat Chr'l8tm.. a game here Saturday night. It will on U. P whlle tbe res t 0f us con- I Four Lutes b.tt the double figures on Record , I be a return claah with Lewl. and Unued our attempt. divided. well scoring the ·kee� to , most the poor of The weather was A.-...--Pacific ...... I JEWELRY GIFTS Clark', the Gladiator. prevlou.ly t1me that two caches ot food were Freshma.n Denny Ross ba.d H to having won 84-73 during their O re. lead the Lutherans wbJle Hoover r An mountaIn. the on hlgb placed gon trip. l Our next game Is with the College avalsnche swept one cache Into a i or Puget Sound on January 4-oee crevasse. The second was used In ' ARTS SHOE SHOP the first summit attempt. Two Ice you then. I Street Garf'e1d blocks lell withIn 75 yards 01 In Watch a nd Clock BrCYCLE RE NTAL QUALITY . a hall hour perIod whll8;jtrYlng to THORSEN E. NEAL A G R RE N - DYEI N G p: J f force a route upward beyond 10',500 GRlnlto 5172 Garfield St. Repairing feet. We jeWsoned all that was I TRICKS - J O KES - MAGIC the and down expendable hurried Parkland,Wn. 23' Garfield St. Coatume., Tuxedoe.. Serpentine II monnLaill. It fs Quite Int�resUn( E. L. Ga�le, prop. MA.4861 t26Y2 Broadway when the fce blocks you are cUmbIng on groans and mOTea. Later we · e8.tabUshed camp One ' r near the food caCh••.' T ..... ava­ For a I I of your Automotive Service needs . lanches bit our camp, knock1n& . Our Regular I. Supreme - Supreme I. B� the tenta and conrlng cUmb- 1 era and tents with ·snow and I e.. 1 ! GLA�TOR SERVICE Some food and gear left outsJde the Mechanic Oft Duty �ept .W"aJ'. Camp ab>J,doned

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TJ:ie -St. bl� pray tha.t God'. will may be dODe Hurd; Bet.ty Toepke and Janet Tur� enter the �terpretlve Read1�g C·O·NGIltEOATION OF oC�ngregatIon �Iao IpdDllo� con· and tha:t tB.e' succen o( the mOT. man, and alternatel P� Venne v�a1on. Tbe board or trusteel, deacons, Discusslnc "T�e American lIdu· ' and generfJ council a'r6' to be elect.- flrmaUon classes for th�18 Don·La·. � ment will be to HI, glo , (dr the and Marie McCarlson. • . .. of Hie Klncdoa. and to be onal Sy.tem n i t a J gd by the .tudent memo therans who �ICht wlah to become , turtheranc will A: tid from a' Tbose speak ng on "The Amerl. catl Scbnen. Venita BUeener, Virginia bera o( the congrecat Jon. FacultJ members o( the L� e.� Churcb' l tile upbulldln. ot ChrlIU&Il' cl1arac· Pastor t1It!re II an.llable T�e (or I ter In the llvel of those ",!ad Will be Thomsen, Pearl Venne, and Karle memben tmd others cannot become McCarlson. Margaret Canis, Beverly membera of this c.,n8'l'egation. A studenf conferences and the aver- toucbed thriJiup theae etrortr dl· Sventnglon. Kenny Robinson. Tom C'Onstltutlon ,,111 be drawn up and age weekly aupolntIIi.ents for the rectly and fndfreetly fn the future. ----"'' ---Reeves' �Od Pearl Venne will enter adouted by the congregation and Pastor last year were between 150 60. The PalrtOr at the SL Olat Mr. Blnka was buaUt ·enpgad Alter Dloner Suea.king. amen'ded trom Ume · to time as sit. , and Congregation dUrlpg the ftnt three wltb a spade In the mucl" Jii1de his I Other parts whicb bave not been uadons arise. for determined yet are In the Radio- SInc:e the student congregation yean o( Its ex.isten'ce write. to us car wben a stran,.er· !ia.Ued hIm.

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7 he �Ioo"ing Mast PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS .pF PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE

S peec h De pt. New Book By G ives Con tes t Dr. Eastvold 19,

SKATING PARTY An all-achool roller akat(ng party will be eponaored by the South Hall Dormitory tonight from 9:30 to 1 2 · 00. Tickets ate on sale In the front hall today or �o centa. Tranaportatlon will meet In the front of Old Main for the S o u t h Tacoma Roller Bowl.

GIVE YOUR SUPPORT TO THE ALL-SCHOOL ORATORICAL CONTEST: FRI DAY, JANUARY 7, 19&5

Scie nce Profs

: Scholarships A tten d Mee t Offered To In California PLC Students

Wednesday. January at 8:00 - the Annual All-School Oratorical 5 U IS Contest sponsored by the Paclf1c Dr. Eaatvold's recent pubUcatlon, OpportunlUes tor foreign study Dr Strunk and Dr. Ostenson, pro· Lutberan College Speech Del()&rt· "Tbe Pastor Qnd His Splrl lual Lite," fessors ot biology at PLC, attended In fifteen countries are listed In a lhe meeting ot the American Asso· Foreign Study Grants, ment and the Washington Epsilon has julrt lett the presses. It waa elation for the Advancement ot Sci· pamphlet publIshed by the Institute Gbapter of PI Ka.,ppa Delta wlll be published by Augsburg Publishing , I ot InternQilonal Educ&Uon H 0 u s e, MJnnee.poUs, Mlnn 1 East L___.:..._____•__.J ence from December to January . . • � � MZ ...;'t.;!. � I � . .�'..1d1tor\.\'ll} .-: •. booJ(' tione- ura 8eJ1B1J'�f �'�1 " .I. u.1> t..-ecU.;--.itiif, m>W--!"''Y.-r'I 6'l't.b.. St. �""'"f .� rJ�r _ . Study awarQs at lhe University All students who wish to enter old, met for the tlrst time on the ra the Ceylon at Teher· ot University .. must see Margar:et Canis or Beverly West Coast, In Berkeley, California, an In lrap, and the Free University Svenlngsen, co·chairmen. by Jan· at the University at Calitornia uary A ten minute oration on Five thousand scientists, repre. at Berlin are deserl.bed. as well as Mildem�iaelle has announced a sentlng every phase of Science and other awards administered by the any subject may be presented. Pre, Umlnaries wlll be held on Monday, new art contest, which Is designed ' Including a host of foreign seien. Institute. Universities, p r 1 v a t e I January at 4:: Faculty memto discover young talent In, colleges tlsts from European, AslaUc and groups, and governments in Eur· and LaUn America have bel'S ·wlU act as judges. 91:1: speak· d a r t ,chOOIS tbroughout the Western hemisphere unlvenltles, ope, ASia, ottered fellowships American ers w11l be selected for Jap-uary country. Any woman under twenty- attended this meeting. students for the academic The finalIsts will be introduced · six years old enrolled in a college An outstanding feature at this year. by John" Holum, · president at · Pi l or art scbool Is eligible. meeting .ws:s a major symposium tor Earliest dea appllca· 1Uines · Kappa Delta, on Wednesday nlght. The two winners of the art, con- covering pre.medlcal and dental reo tor the two The judges will be citizens trom teRt will llIustrate the two winning ' qulrements tor admittance into mao tions are January the area who are Interested In coilege fiction contest stories and jar medical and dental schools at awards at the UnJversHy bf Ceylon tor advanced study speech. First prize Is · and U'Oeach for publica- the United States and Canada. This and January will receive In Brazil. Closing dales ot other phy honors, second prize and tion of their work. Honorable men- pre.medleal and def!.tal sympos.lum competitions are in F e b r u a r y, lhjr.d prize to five other art· was one of the reasons why Dr. tion will be given I March, April, and May. Ists and photostatic copies of their Strunk attended the meeting of the The contest was begun In· General ellglblllty requJrements work wlll be kept on flle for pos· A.A.A.S. The symposium covered by Miss Clara Chilson, former PLC for the feIiOwshlP5 and scholar\ sible futUre aSSignments commls· every phase of lIason and currlcu. speech Instructor. A standing troships, designed mainly for graduate sioned by MademoIselle. The win- lar activities between liberal arts phy was established on which the students., are: U. S. cWzenshlp; ners of the art contest wlll be an· colleges and major Medical and name of each year's first place proof of good academic record and Issue. Dental schools. nounced In the Aug\ist, winner Is This may be seen In �apaclty for Independent stndy ; A maximum or five samples may the t"rophy case In the C-M·S. In addition to attendIng this sym- good cbaracter. personality, and be submitted. They . may coq,slst ot poslum, Dr. trunk did a considerContest .chairmen encourage "all . adaptablMty; and good health. Abll· those who are not speakIng to par. �. papers o[ general I nterest to the w&rk previously done or work sp&- able number r special research pa. ity to read, write, and speak the church. Lutheran t.9 clflcally done for the contest. Those pers on various fields of Biologlca� Mclpate by coming and listening language ot the country of study :Is Sections of the publication in· who choose to do a few samples Sciences. the Ideas or your fellow stUdents." a tor most eompet!· -elude Sin and Grace, Assurance · and spec IfI caI Iy ror the contest shouId He beld Interviews with the Med· . Interpreting a pIece 1caI an.d DentaI Deans and Chair· tions. Salvatlon, Some Pastoral T.empta· do A private donor w1l1 ciTe a o tions. the Pastor's �er Life., The of Mademolaelle tiction published b- men of Zoology departments at the grants ·tor study In Sprun. Olher I U S IC Pastor's Self Exa mlnatlOn and The during the past year. You may su rn a j 0 universities ot the West countries In which awards are avail. . Lord's Supper, and The Pastor's mit the Original work (any medium coast as we11 as the UnIversities t . able are Austria, Brazil, Ceylon, Is acceptable) If It Is no larger than Utah and Colorado. Faith and Courage." I Cuba, Denmark, Great Brlt.a1n, Ger· submit Dr. � o'tvold S tL whIch w r -"'""'" 72 " by 1 1 " . O r you may k' "Th e prlmary purpose ot these · Dthe 0 many, France, Iran, Italy, Mexico, has authored Inrlude: "Paul a�d photographs ot your work, no largo Interviews was to lay the ground· the Netherlands, Sweden and Switz. Luther," " Life Bf'yond the Grave," er than S Yz" by 1 1", either in black work for future graduates of PLC erland. Many students have asked when " Co utlrmft.tion ." "'!" be Sacramenta," and white or color transparencies. who would 4eslre to enter schools Largest number ot grants is at· the Mu Sic Library will be open for and 'Re \'. C. J. Eastvold ; His Life A l l work submltted should be un- of Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary fered by the French government. matted, unmolinte� and untramed' Medlcal Schools as well as post Is now, and has been and Wul'�." student use. be postmarked graduate work In various nelds of Forty assIstantships and thirty fel· All 'entrles At present Dr. Eastvold Is prelowshlps are offered. February 1 is since about the first of October. 1, the . Biological Sciences," said Dr. paring lor publlca�:on a series ot no later than midnight March the closing date tor theee awards. on to 1 The hours are 1955. Every pIece of material must Strunk. radio addre8se� Under the French government as: be clearly marked with contestant's Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and _. alstantshlp program· Americans will name, age, home address, school on to 1 : Friday; an d trom Engllsh CODveraatJOD. cluses teach address and school year. An S IAl" by I Wednesday. The Library may be P IIi French secondD"P"II' -# schools and manUa envelope, seU-addressed • teacher training iosUtutlo08_ .A �w used by groups of students In the and stamped, should be enclosed To teaching appointments 10 French evening, by making the necessary with all entries. Mademoisell� will universities wI\� be made to appH· not guarantee to send back any en· arrangements tn the office ot lhe Mademoiaelle has announced her n will tries received unless they are a ' ot lhe department at music, � annual College\ Fiction Contest tor a l e t d Friday night Dr. Eastvold c mpanled by a return envelope. The two winners ot the col· college teaching. The Frencb teJ. Mr� Karl E. Weiss. IDs oWce la fly -to Washington. D. C., to attll9-d qThe judges for the art contest . III Iv h CMS.206; and Biudlo Is CMS-207_ . .three conterences there. He w1Il tor o I e elr st 96 l lgh n t t The Music Library, the tull name return January ct Tbe National Lutheran Education B. Hess, executive editor of Art and publication 1n MademOiselle. ot which Is the Erickson Music LI· runners·up wUl receive honor· brary. has & large collection of mu· Conference meets January News; and Miss MJldred Constan. The By se a e e o o ll t ua t o s c rv h �g General Foock. &rc.t n ; b s �e e n enc nu The ABsoClaUon of Non·Tax-Su� ern jazz; tram Scarlatti to Gersh· of American Colleges wlll be held. Art. The Judges' decisions shall be at regular rates. The winners will Colleges and Univemtles in be announced In the 'August, win; trom music exemplary of . the President Eisenhower ytll speak at final. Washington. ot whicb PLC Is a Issue. ChInese· seven-stringed Ching. to lhe closing day of the gathering Submit to: The Art C a n t e s t, under under wIll receive a.cOntribution woman Any member, duate l sym and organs pipe p collosal the · which I n c e s representatives Mademo aelle, Madison Avenue, recept aeUon twenty·!lx years ola who Is regu· of as & our day. The trom almoSt every state. phony otchestras New York New York. larly .enrolled In a degree-granting taken by The General Foods ·�nd, Ubrary Is equipped with 91x 11sten· Representing Washington Jt.s pres· is eligIble. StorIes that have college Inc., announced In a recent release. may I tng posta at which students Ident of the Assoc ation ot Non· C •S •A • REPORTS appeared In undergraduate publica· Each the following, members lIsten to music by beadphones, or Tax.Supported CoUeg� and Unl· Fellowship tions are acceptable it they have of the Association of Non·Tax·SuP-they may hear the music. over .the verslties, Dr. Eastvold wUl attend 'Ported Colleges and Uni�er8it1es of C.S.A. Fellowship will meet Sun· not been published elsewhere. loudspeaker. Students are welcome the meeting ot lhe presidents and Stories should run from approx!· Washington, will receJve a portion · records state day night at o'clock In the upper to .execu Uve dIrectors from to bring In lheir own to words. More ot the grant: m tely hear. The library. haa alao a num- organIzations. . SUB. ProtessDr John Kuethe wlll a�:I:, � ach contest· :�:�IC�: : n e t s i be S : \\. I b , present an Informal talk on· falth d ' d N Sl � l1' THE SIX RULES OF WINTER and doubt. "Can one have doubts V e e se regul a.�on size typing paper SeaUle Pacltlc, S",ttle ·UnIverslty, DRIVING � �ra.ry at this time consists ot JIm Wh1two�. ltten Whitman; Walla, Walla doubleand e.ltries must be wr and still be a Christian?:' Accept your responsibility. Lokken and Alan Freed ; Mr. WeIss The General Foods �d was In· spaceJ, on one side of the page Get the "teel" ot the road. An opportunity to raise ·Questl·ons beinK. In charge. They Invite "aDY . be clearly corporated in March. 1953, to make must work All only. clear. 3. Keep the windshield and all etudents to uae .the l1brari for discussion will be ot.ered. The marked with contestant's n a m e, contrlbutlons to organlza.UoDB 1D rest. 4. 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and- systematic observer." In the Hght of these definitions, ---�....,����-.,---�..,-���.� I am a bit concerned that we have more pupils at Pacltlc Lutheran Campus Cogs than we should and not because the As the purpose of this· column Is the "characterization" of the fairly people enrolled at our Institution can be seen hurrying up the basBy Beverly Sven ingae n well known on campus (a purpose from which we departed two weeks are of basically poor Quality Rather New Year has come to PLC ketball court to score agaIn for his before the holidays ) we have decided to give more con'sideration to the the difficulty lies In accumulated andThewith It new faces can be seen Alma Mater ob!lcure, by portraying an individual who renders his body and soul to h a b i t s and attitudes prevalent I campus I n lhe case or ,.1. Manlyn almost dldn t come to IJ' rest by ;taring transfixedly at his navel. among members of the group The , on a new voice. I PLC. She was going to go to the persona. week's So we have inevitably come to that segment of campus society that fellow who goes to class only be- : But to t h o s eJLty,whoIt s have 'c o me University until three days before is ,inhabited by only one person; the sbadow lurking. shlfty·eyed, Qild cause the professor takes roll ev at least one year of college she entered here. But we are glad occasionally. blatant. Who Is this boy? (We know his obscurity prevents eryday: the girl ror whom a high .through she changed her mind. The second pretty the and "olce the life, the well-calculated guess). He is Bud Lester. dynamo of uBiquitous IIv- grade point average has become tin behind the sliding glass belongsface to change since we knew her last year lng, an all·all·intramural towel boy, and Walt Ball's oply friend, end in itself and will beg, borrow or an oid friend. Many of us remember Is her job. She has just been at it Muscle Beach Bud Is a student that some have admired and yet -steal to maintain it, the scho.lar ( ?) this charming Spokane girl who since Monday morning. If you have. others ha'·e looked askance upon his activities. But to the latter cate- 1. who Is assigned a Daper and after lived at Ivy HaW last year. Now n't had a chance, why not drop in gor.y we say he isn't Quite as coarse or ungentlemanly as hE; seems. In ,spending several weeks grumbl1ng :'.I'arilyn Johnson is back to joIn and greet an old frlenrf or JIlake a idiotic professors finally the college family again. This tlme ,new one. fact. he is obsessed with the Idea of becoming the perfect gentleman. a�out the Thus' far the only real way to perceh'e Lester's gentlemanllness Is to g e t s around to copying several I she brIngs .....Ith her a new Ilame as She Is replacing Carol Foster, a convenient encyclo from view the neon sign above his door: "Bud Lester, Strong·Armed Right· pages as a new position. MarIlyn, a who, after being with us exactly a pedl a or better yet from a paper well Hander, AIl·lntramura\ Quarterback, Scholar and Gentleman." fresbman last year who graduated year, has settled down to await the l ed In conclusion, a terse but tr�nchant quote by Buddy Boy's roommate, :�l;� e�;h ��t t�::: ::hl��;:e�:: fl:"ill ,L,e :'is .nd c la 'k ln S�okane new biassing she and Chuck expect JCk HoO , e"• , '"wll Ch: very soon. Our warm greetings go : '" no I', r. "",, . Andy tbe Shlek of Bagdad: "Leave those priceless mementos alone! t O a ll tor. out to Carol Those veils aren't mosquito nets! " opera board . and her husband. Best �:�: ��� S:U : ����: �r;s th . d . T Tbe first change came August of every thing to you. Get this: Boy are our mln(I s ImprovIng! When the BCh00· I year start- ��:� fu ter!zed charac rther pil by is the ed w!'! were unread, unw�shed, unenlightened clods ; but a�ier reading person who spends great amounts 7th In Spokane wben she and Jack And ,,{Itb a farewell to Carol �lr. and Mrs. Hoover. Jack, comes a hear-ty welcome to Marilyn the untold column-s aboundIng on this page that are dedicated to the of time memorlzjng the te�tbook became Improvement of the minds of men we have become dUlIgent scholars, and the instructor's lectUre Instead a campus . leader' In LSA and CSA, and Jack. we have acquired enormous amounts of culture and we are, get this, of exercising the cortex of that �����������:;::;:; esthetes. How does that grab ya? wonderful organ, the brain,' by do � PLC'ers Journey We are going to attempt, in our bumble way, also to bring a 'lIttle Ing some analysis thInking for Dorm Doin's UgJ;l.t l�tq the dar.kness of ·Ignorance. We are instituting a Poot's Nook hims�lf. He also and asaldJously -;; p ;;;; u r;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; ;;;; = East for Vocation a,n� wll-1 teatllrEl from time to time Quotes from famous autbors, Imer- sues the co-curricular activities up Sojourn South By,-Stan Jaeoblon. &ome. H. p. Throw, e� a.I. ' We may even delve into the Intrlcades of new uot1l the nIg,b t before an exam and A"d her . weHall are ., From 'a diet of On the eve ot December 16, Dave · c�.�r risbln'. tJ tben e:pect t do p na for lost eat,s study? eep, sleep and' eat, Gold. �ls Anseth, Carol Ray Steen, l � U:d with s Is°hl !ioY( . . won't you come in for a kindly thqught? We Quote the eager South Hall1tes r:ushed back Ja�obs�, an'd mf8l!It, SUm Jacoi). Peruvian (ree-verse poet' Inca Ysuoc (Yma Sumac's half-brother) , who la�: o{ s�:e�p a:: ad:enal1: com.- fro!ll the YuleUme holiday. anticl- son, ventur�d upon ·a. lo�g and Quiet sa16 w�tb all sincerity: "Po}tergtsts make up the principal type of spon. pounds. Atter such a session be also the many engagements ex- journey, home tor Christmas vaca.ta,neoQs 1;I1atertal manifestation." expects to have a clear mind and paling e ' expects the professor to sympathize �:�; ��t:au:: :::.�:��::;��ce:;t!.':: tion. Oure destination was Wiscone · Pass the condiments! l -- -..-... � '. .... -Ia8 -1 --- :�t� :l; ��::n::s ue��: : �:: sparkle" belonged to Lyndall Lov- ���:� ::ur�:' :1��: :t��s\� vb� s a nl h r n Itt, R.N" who Is studYing tor' her tween t8 drop oft L6ls and Ray, • .,., • � J..r J.r . we In short, the pupil at college 1'5 the Bachelor of Science degree. Lucky who Uve in WIUIston, N. D., and , Publlahed 'every Frlday durtng the school year by students of Pa.cttJc o n e w h o expects to be carried man Is Anton Jobnson, PLC '52 Albert Lea. Minn., resp�cUvely. through hIs college career by his grad. Best wlsbes to you both! . Lutberan College. Our flrst night was perfect By Entered as second class matter, October 2, 1952. at the Post Otfice at professors, friends and/or r a a m- Like a bunch of dirty blrdleS l mid·mornlng the next day, fben we Parkland, WashIngton, ' mates, and expects a 4.0 grade point Telephone GRanite 8611 and a dIploma at' the' end of four third floor frIends of Ginny Grahn were In the booming country of OWce: Student Union her room at midnIght Montana sagetirush, the driver of a Subscription price--$1.50 per year years merely because he has occu- stole Intonight: And there she was; paSSing car Informed us ot our first pled a chair for !lIs morn4ng nap In Sunday climbIng ust .out of bed to the tune I tIat tire. Luckily, tbere was a gas j exa succession of olassroom'S. We of "Happy Birthday" friend ' station only coasting length away. peet pupUs.ln the elementary school roommate snapped thewhen where the tea�her can and does era, Angel _toad cake flash cam- so we hobbled In to change the tl.nd give class S.UP�rvlslon. Even one Is wegIan goodies were served Nor· tire. Because of poor faclUties at for ra- the staUon-run by a woman-we I fresbments. JOAN KITTELSON too many at PLC. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 't t1x ·the tire, and on a vir.- ..... CATHERINE S.ANNER,UD . NEWS EDITOR ... I . Old you hear a bout . . . Lo Is Sand COUldn I tua Y ,readbare spare we chanced I ...................................... ...JOANNE POENCET atulat ions Con . 9r malilng !\ suitcase home because , tbe eighty mUes to the next town JOH�SON, JANET SVEEN ��li!�: :��g:s;.................. . .. .DOROTHY ....-.....................................WALT BALL Congratulations are In order for she k�ew she'd have more things to , where we could !Jnally fix the first SPORTS EDITOI.t-.:................. ... Sports Staff: .Dwalne Brandt, Louie SPTY, James Jacobson, Dick Brown r. Jesse Pflueger and his daugh- bring back arter' vacation ? . . . or blowout. · £X CHANGE EDITOR.....,,", . . ......... . ... : . ............. .. ..BEV PIERSON ter, Marilyn. . hO\\" about 'o1lle Romp<vedt ge'lIng ! Three .hun<tr.ed miles later. on a r n b o a th���d� :: ;:�� �,·B�� 9 ::,�: ;,?� ���! J�:� n�: �0:'.t��:.�� �:; :.Wm: :,:I��:go:.�= �:� . . . 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:-O:orth Hall (3) Is alone on top from the fleld <lIS 13 at tbe Lutes' of the league right now. There Is a 25 points I n the j irst halt were from 53 �ov. 26-Western Washington at Totem Tourney . . . .. ... .... 62 hot pace being set for the second the foul line, 7 by Kelderman and . 4 9 place berth as three teams are tied 6 by Nordquist. !\ O\' . 27-Unlverslty of British C�lumbla BIt Totem. .. . ... 50 Kelderman broke 44 . .. ..... . ...... ... 53 No\'. 30-\Vestern Washington at Tacoma. These statistics Include the games the game open In the second half 7 9 played on January 4 Deo. I-Buchan's Bakery In Tacoma Tourney. . ........ 84 and shot tile Lutherns to a H 24 64 68 Dec. 2-Fort Lewis In Tacoma Tourney... lead as he went on to score 14 of his 58 Dec. 9-Paclflc University at Portland.. . .. . .. ... ...... ........ 53 total In the s�ond period Phil r h Hall ( 3 ) ... .. 8 4 73 DeC. l()-Lewls and Clark .i'\onlqulst \\as runnerup with 16 � C e Cuts :) 68 72 Dec. ll -Paciflc University at Portland. points before he fouled out late I n DeJardine's ...... ............ .. 5 56 .. . ...... 68 Dec. 18-Lewls and Clark a t Tacoma the game. Four of CPS's starting I ( A ) .. ........ .. . Jan. 4-COUege of Puget Sound... 47 . ....... 60 five were callsd from the noor on �� � . Pre·Evergreen record: 7 wins, 3 def88.ts. 5 personals, Eliaspn, :earna-tt, WII· Central Ba rra-cks . 3 kerson, and Talman, all suftered Ea-atern the same tate: Coach Harshman Every year, and this Is no exception, Christmas vacation seems to be Tacoma .... 3 ,the tavorlte -t ime for engagements. Congratulations to Karwoski Stubs and to Omegas ... ............ 2 Frank announced his engagement to Miss Carol Schuler, a PLC Jokers ._. . . . . . _.................. 2 I graduate of two years ba�k. Faculty . . . .. . .. .............. 2 Jack used to tell roe that his mother's good cooking was the reason Chimps . ...................... 1 -4te went home on w·eek·ends, but Ills engagement to Janice Nussbaum, a Clover Creek .................... 1 Rl.chland gal, explodes ·that myth. Here's wishing luck and happiness to � Y� H a� ,� 'V ...� JJ�(� B) �.� ...� -=____ .� . ...� __ O ....� __�� ..� both couples. � �

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9-0 re�ord,: C ntral 19 considerably stronger than pre-season <1,ope Indlcated. League competltlon begin8 tor .us .toulghl w:.I;1en the team travels . &ttt·�·· , ' � ·tt-, � "t.ngh'a.lJi" ilia:tb.�n�ii"tt1" " iUtt'"-\N.f'ift·'Saturtta}' '&. •. �'. ,. ,.. . . l\ . . . . . Whll'oyorth migM not be q�lte as' st�ng. a� last S�lls�n, on how well . Evergreen teams can stop Phil Jordon, They derinltel y miss . ' the added scoring punch prov,j ded by the Beach brothers a year ago. seronlhtgh tor the game as Harsh. Eastern, paced b y second highest scorer I n leasue man scored 2 1 fo r the losers. An, ? play last year (_35 points In 12 games), having Its ups and downs. other close game was Gooch's over Western and U.B.C. don' t figure to flnlsb too high I n the final etan . � the Stubs by a 47-46 count. Rich Ings but could eaally someone's (un. The C.P.S. Loggers don t S.wlndt was high scorer wlth 23 have much trouble scoring points but then their opponents hsve less. pOints for \tbe losers and ijenson . Our owt:l Lutes t,lgure better than most at the rest. As usual , Ha s h r · high for the victors with 4 1 points man has come up with a ttne defensive squad: In fact, fine enougb to In other games on TUB8day, 'the rank the Lutes no l-e.ss than fourth In tbe nation among small colleges" Crew Cuts beat the Chimps 56-43 . A gainst college competitiQn the boys bave yielded an average of only Ron McCallister was high " W ltlt 18' 57 .6 poln:1s per game. Amherst Col·le�e tops the amaH col1eg� detensl"� pO int-s. The Jokers took the long leaders with a .54.2 average. Tben. just ahead of the Lutes, are : 8out11· end of a 46.40 s core against th� west Tex!\s State (57.0) and Pepperdlne (57.4). Clover Creek five.

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Statistics T.II Dorm 00;n'5 Of ELC Growth PLC Faculty Meet ? L u te Total enrollment at et:hoola and Page Two) vacation ( 1 ) . Quiet hour conUnu4e In Oslo, N orway colleges or The Evangelical Luther- (Continuedoftram Agriculture wblch until 7 p.m. each eyenlnc. Then the Christmaa away from home was an Church this ran Is the second Department W"I n R"10 T " e lonely tor several former highest In their hIstory, AccordIng· IUwill begin probably today. Best o[ �:�:�. n;!-:'d "���r :t:��. p;��e�� Two PLC gradortes recently won not asfaculty inneapolis. dl ��c�:;::; a newsiest week, I'd unlJkely and almost Impoulble due Dr. o t ml Orville Dabl, M t ht members C 1 ..p� l pillS o) severa Janeir de Rio to trip been this put holiday season' rector of the ELC's dlYlslon ot high- like to close wIth eome of EIDer- to the verbal wrestling match (no other prizes as a rfisuit (.0( a correct have er educallon. son's Ideas on books. Remember he r holds barred) tn the next cell. answer on a telev;'5loJ'l show In New for thhey met attoOsl0, Norway. York City. The program, 'The BI« tb: �u�;��� :c:::«!n����s�� 13�1��;:�!e:cve:rtaJ.: °lf9!�c ;:;:s� Is attemplln« t� · stimull;lote y o u r I Stock queaUon: "WbadJa get for : this college ar rollment-Is reported by the ELC' s thouchta. PayoU," Is televised over KTNT· PIan ThOa! from e junior and senior colleges, bringing " Books are written by thinken, 1 Christmas!" Eully answered : "The usual" or TV Miss Grace Blomquist, Mr. Akre, not by Man Thinking, by men 0f "did pretty well " Ronald Douglas, PLC class of '53, and Carl Tandberg Also preaent at their total registration to a level 20 talent, wrong, tart that who Is, Stnta is back at the North Pole, . M&rgaret and his wire, the tonner reunion were Miss Virginia Sea- percent higher than It was in 1951. who start out from accepted dog- Rudolph's red nose Is put under r.;uca�, were .the "Inners The big the burg, Mrs. Allre, Karl and Mrs Writing -tn the October 26 luue mas, not from their own sIght of wrapa, children baTe finlsbed payoCf question \\as, ".H.ow many Skarsvlk, and m e m b e ra of the of the Lutheran Herald, Dr. Da.hl pnnclples Meek young men grow ruining the tbe rest ot their gUts with people 'vere In tb� lirk'" His an- Tandberg ta.mlly. .... . reported that, with scbool and cot. It their 1helr unbreak�ble tOYl, and ..,en swer, "'I thInk tbere .... (>re elgbt," Together- these fr.1,ends wrote a lege tallies showfng Increased stu- uptyIn t libraries, believing v!�:::� whlch j tbe diehards have dlscarded .t!l�ir :illl' .!!'h!C\ d.eA =......... hun and ll.I.I...l":t!.P... l1le, .� -4:��:' "G:l '�3.'�C '!.::.:t!.c , t Ug1atr�.u:W""Uze.. tJ)jJ:d,o.P.d�. �o accep! �e. """p"i"ft"es :.w��� ....�. a:.eO.ri. 1Bf!.t�. Chrl&tmu: .t.,�aQee41 per- . " .... . t yea�, enrollment now: �to-- l....·�e;t6" told or the r retUinl3CJng or' pa8t I'ecuh9 rorgetfUl that Cicero" gu, 'uJl11J nt!'xf week, if.,. �.� Among the other awards were a local activit1ies by viewing slides. tala 6,917 (a gain of 1 0 9 peN:ent baTekegrV'en; young : (I kl:lOw you are alone), 1 leave :you Loc and Bacon were only lSet or matche.d luggage, a wnst Mrll. Tandberg wrote, "It was Juat over tbe 195"8 tall total of 6,234). men In Hbrarles this bomely bit Of phll�aopby : ' watch. jewelry, an evening gown like being back In Parkland." . At the ELC's elx colleges (!iva these books." w.,ben they wrote , wltb If you don't look before you leap, a.nd sboes-all for Mrs. Douglas. One describe\! tbe trip as "a senior and one junior) 5 927 atu. -Ralph Waldo Emerson I You'll get your feet wet. Douglas is aOlDg graauate work · dream come true, spending 'a real dents are registered a� c�mpared -Unknown Old Main in education &:t Columbia. unlver- Norwegian Christmas." Professor to 5,232 a year ago. Total gains at b elly In New York. I...a.8t year he Tandber:g wrote, "Isben says, 'Wbat ,these l:olleges over l e past thr�e Christmas v&Ca.tlon Is just part laUgbt jn th� 0 I Y m 1 a publl� , 1a lost Is yours forever: 1 sha:ll yearf\ amount to 1,000 students. 0f th� ol� year and the tun we had r ·WEEKIS CALENDAR .... 6chools. . Whlle at PLC be was busl· probably nol bl.ve lbe privilege of Acdordlng to Dr. Dahl, the over- Is Just a page in our diary. The pll� ness manager of the college year I returning to PLC again, but even all I n c r e a s e s occurring In ELC of gifts under ·the Christmas tree 1 J anuary i day Fr , 7 book and a member of the student It is lost to me, It Is mine tor- scbdols and colleges may be three ,has turned Into an endless pile of 1 Basketball (conO, Western, away. or four times larger than tbe na· tbank-you not.es. Tbls was to most ever." councll. skating party. tlonal average .gain tor private In- of us just another Cbrlstmas, but 9 :30 p.m.-RollerJanuary Mrs. Lucas finished PLC In 1952. 8 Saturday, church colleges and to five girls eacb moment ot this Sbe was princess In t�e homecom- c rships OHered dependent and (cont.), -g.B.C., away. scbools, j u d g i n g by past vacation has become part of I Basketball Ing and May festival courts In ber S hola SUl1day, January 9 (Continued from Page One) secondary eenlor year. She Is teaching SCh�OI their futu re life. trends of the past two years and by 2.30 p.m.-Cholr rebearsal. The s t. a r ti flooded the heavens enrollmenl - . tn White Plains, N. Y. I study at universities and o t h e r thisELCfall'sschools p.m.-C.S.A., SUB. I state institutions of higher learnand tbelr 1954 en- "on Christmas Eve from tbe joy of 7:00 Monday, J�nuary 1 0 l ing. , lhese five girls for a ring bad found 6 .. 45-Pray.er rollments tollow: Contests for Writers service, C·M-S balAmong the specialized grants are Semlnarles-L . place on their hand. u t h e r (St. Paul. its I cony. · by shlps given or schola four lab (Continued from Page One) � l'otlnn.), 411; Luther (Saskatoon, Shirley Peterson's eyes started 5 I.C.C., tor Foundation : ic the Transatlant gleaming around the twenty-third 9i l() -.PI Kappa !.r10Delta, 4. CMS-122. Sask.), 25. and s�!lool year. An 8"h" by 11" study in :O Great Britain. Open only Colleges-A u g u s t a n a (Sioux when her ring began to shine. manila envelope, self-addressed and to candidates T esday , J a nua ry 11 from the labor union Palls, S. D.) , 817; COncordia (Moor- Pearl Venne, Pat Bugbee. and u etamped, should be enclosed with three awards are given bead, Minn.), 1,255 ; Luther (De- Carol Sorensen made the earth's 4 : Oo--LDR, Sjoding. all entries. Mademoiselle assumes movement, 12:3O-DRG Cabinet, Dayroom. Ruskin College, axford, and one corab, Iowa), 1,001 ; Pacific Lutherrays give ocr a little extra light 12 no responsibIlIty tor manuscripts 1 for : 5O--Lettennen, M·109. an (Parkland,· Wash.); 1,010; · St. w:lth theIr rIngs. and will not return a.ni' manuscripts (or COleg Harlecn In Wales. --Spurs, 4tb noor lounge. will 91. awards Woolley Foundation la! (1\"orthtleld, Mlnn) ' 1,612, Wal- Esther La VoId did the strange 6:3O reeeived unless they are aecom- b m O e a.de to four candidates for the dorf Junior College ( Forest Oily, thing of all, for Ala,ska had two 76: 045-Stu dent Councii, ASBO. panled by a return envelope o--Llnne Society, S-108. study of art and music In Paris A Iowa), 232 midnight suns instead of just one. 7 ::3O-Judges wlll be Mademoiselle edl· limited tion, Roe's. onflrma C number of social work teltors, \lhose decisions will be final, Yes, these five glrls left with a 9 : 0o--C.S.A., Council room. lowshlps are available to expert- PLel e-s 1 dirty and c oth of suitcase full and entrIes must be postmarked by II enced _ ers Journe.y , January 1 2 came back with heart (uti· ot 6 : 15 a.Wednesday midnight April IS, 1955 and mailed . American social workers for l (Continued m .-Toastmasters. Two) Page from tn dreams, eyes full of stars, and an 6 :00 P,�.��. Phi Epsilon, Music to, College Fiction Contest, Made- j ... ork,c s t u cd y, and observation e n Avenue, New �: :� ��;::;��: Cll:d::te; ��� �t:;�·s v:: I���dt:dt�:es��: �tU::I:k� engagement rIng. ty t t ra �::� �12�' �:���:��� Da' Call from North H all 7:aO--Curtaln Call. cal knowledge or the varIous kinds a '47 Buick convertible up ,a bill), . Augsburg Conte.t Psi Omega, CMS-123. of social work .In France work hoping the motor would' k.Jck In and At last! Back to -8 C h 0 0 L Tbe 8: 3O--Alpha Th ursda.y, January 13 'rbe Augsburg Publishing Hou&e with delinquents, group work, pu� start running. It didn t, About that scholar returneth 10 wend his mer2 -mpuB a Devotions, Tower 3O : C. is Interested In !lndlng toung pea- lIc welfare, medl<:al social work, time a truck came barrellIng down ry way through many musty vol- 1 Chapel. . pIe wbo are In college or recently and factory welfare. the road behind us, approa.cblng urnes of easily forgotten lore. out of college, who would write ac- Summer school opportunities in- rapidly, In the half-<tarkness of the In anticipation or test week and 6:30--Alpba PI Omega.. lrl04. 7:0o-Gennan Club. ceptable copy for their three pa· clude eight awards for the Univer- evening. to make up for lost sleep during 7:3�Vlltlng Club, !.rl04. pers. They are: Little Folks, Ch l l slty of Vienna Summer School and Dave jumped beblnd th� wheel, Fr iday, J anuary 14 dren's Friend, and Our Young Pea- eeveral partial grants toward tuI- madly pumping the brake llghts, d ht PLC W-II Se E n ig Basketball I (-conf_), away, C.P;S" 8 pie_ Pay is about a ha.1f a cent per tlon and maJntenance &t the Eng- whlle Ray and I ran frantically to. o'clock p.m. a�::�d:r To LDR Workshop e t copy w·bleh Is used In their s 8 W S :�: n !. :-U �:.!� ; :,���::, �::O:l �0��:: !t !:� �!i::r:�:: � e for an instant. I saw the head- th:��RP�r:��:pW:!1 ::u:I��:: PATRON IZE OUR ADVERTISER8 - ------ ot Oxford, Edinburgh, London, and head. ht f g n g m e��:�::d:�e:�: tbls ·Saturday, January 8. TOM'S �!:�:: ::�h:k�:p:��e �nd ��Z: �e ��lss�:: Two P� students nominated for Laurlnat"s Appanl to when the antos dIstri say, Needle E C fOrd: a.t Strat betha held Is drama .ll REAMERY IC ct officers are : 2nd vIce-presmet. all three vehicles were ,trreon-Avon.. "Olatlnctlve Merchandl",' SANDWICHES - HOT DOGS ident, Joanne Dabl, and ·secretary(Editor's Note: More Information parably smasbed and we were all treasurer, 401 Garfield 8t. ParklalJd Delores Beck. t:'l0ME.MADE PlEa carr be obtained In' the Mooring tragically killed. gIrls going will be El· Phone GRanito 5317 Seriously, ,thougb:.the tru<:;k ek1d- enTheeotberdistrict I Mast omce. secretary; Bev ded approximately thirty feet. com- J H nry,ocal : �_.,--____� , ing ":;;:":"':"::':": president; Thelma r to a screechIng balt only a. few Tranum, l It'S. VERN'S . Sylvla. Nygaard, Kirkebo, Stella's Flowers . P e g g y JEWELRY feet from our rear bumper, turning OIF.T8 ' · for cooked to order DeLuxe Ham· and MarIlyn LeRud. sideways acrOS8 the highway only Arlt Flowe,.. for All Ocea.lon. burgen - Fish and Chipi At the converrtion ;nU be L.D.R. I d 1 r the other car had WE DELIVER ::���:d �;� members from· Raymond, S o u t h Home.made Plel Tacoma, and Pacific LUthern J I ·s tth .. 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In tbe Interes t of pubUc semce Once again the Pacific Lutheran ' teres l and participation In Its and enlightenment, the Radio Din· College deb&te squad has ' come Wea, Alpha Phi Omega, service tra. Sk.1 Club, continuing Ita acu.ve sian of .the PLC Speech Depart· I On Monday. January 17, members . hOme with 'the bacon. , ern1 ty, Is �ponaOrl ?g; two p the all·school ment Is recordln� for future broad- T ot the journaUsm st.a.tf a.t Pac1f1c ect.s. y r, bas planned an o : � � . ..,�1I, "i. m � 4h-e J�?l" J [ s e e Para mount an� ll�� to �Ule I <:a.trtin.g ... � e ... t� :.�n_�{'II�A _�JI �8 hosts to ..: !team swept the Seattle Paclfic Colg v , hour radio plays on the subject of the Puget SOaa.<r ATea-membtl!9- �« lege invitational tournament held much Interest, jf not aome debate. dates set for the trip are February J uvenII e d e1\ DQuency th e na.tional journe.lIsm fratt,lrnlty, In Seattle 18.8t Friday and Saturday on the campus among the co-eds, la . 5 and 6 The outing will be at Stev· Entitled "Joey," the dramauza" Sigma Delta CtiJ, both gradua.tes The neopbyt es, mostly first year th es -gr c s and the skJers will stay tlons are wrtliten by Leone Marlatt and under·graduates ! ens Pas � speakera, brought home the 8weeP�c e gl ble and at the S ummlt Inn, ju:;rt across the Teeters, who places special ya em baEll ruer C Vogel, pr&61dent of the atak8S troPhY have nothing to do In the way of highway from the skIIng area. The sis on tbe home 8.9 basic con rtb- Jou.rnaitst&, and night edItor for the Leadi ng point getter tor PLC wall requirements except to put away I cost tor the overn1 ht tr1 Will be uUng factor to juvenHe authority Associated Press Seattle, wUJ [)errol Anderson, Eatonvi1l8 fresh· their 'razors," reports Paul Lucky. I a b o u t $10.00, g 2.11 for 'Problems. They are produced In con- ; preside a meet::lng a.t 7:00 o'clock man, who took first place in oratory tee lodgln $I 25 t r transportaUon 1n junction ith the chairman. There 18 neither , . Youth w In the PLC banquet room. ° g' and second place In radio speak.1ng. nor any sIgning up to be done. The rI p vat cara, bout I2.70 lor towe Division of the Tacoma Police DeAn1ta Scbnell won first in extem- conteat y,.111 end February 5, the Two Democrats and two Repubfor the .two days and the remaln. partme t rr h f1l ha poraneous speaking, and Beverly date of the .pLC·Whltworth game. Ileans from. the Washlng.ton State der of tbe $10.00 l ng for tood and been a s hls rles Sveningaon was second In Legislature �11 give oft4.be-record The second major activity will : Incidentals. the basia of the tal ks on tbe matters being soted dinner apeakJng. occur January 15, Saturday. This is : The purpose ot the Plays Is o Reservations muat be made tn t upon the current Beeslon ot the Judith Bureker was In tile finals a play night In the gym, trom 7 vance and the money for lodging preeent One exemplary case, that legislature that opened Jan1l8.ry in oratory, and Donald LUes was a o'clock to 9 : 30. It promises to be , 10. . of Joey. which may serve as a I finalist in extemporaneous speak· entertaining and fUD tor both boys 1 also paid In advance. The deadUne erson from all phases ot jourI a P has been set for JalUlary 21 for &pearhead In the 'In I n d s ot the i In'g nalism and girls. In Washington wiH be here '' I these reservations. They may be AmerIcan pu bll c, pIerc Ing theIr con- I, Tbere was no coml)eU· The c l o a I n g of the semeater the Seattle gro up coming In a char­ e with eHher Betty Johnson, sclousness witb tbe Im portance of ad 'lIon for men women, and the bri ngs upagaln the subject o f one , tered bus. proper ·home relationships to lessen lO f1n s ts In eacb event were of APO's regular actlvlUes, the treasurer of Ski Club. or Marcia Members of the Mooring Mast juvenile delinquency, a.nd strength· mO'Stly men. T h i s m 8. k e s .t'he I book exchange, which has proved Leln, secretary. "No one will be alstatf will escort the visltora around lowed to go un leas they get their enlng their understanding of the -achievements of the three women to be of great value and conven. l the campus and wUl attend the 1 reserv-aUons made," says Carroll 01· problems which face the juvenile from PLC loom larger. lence to studen'ts. ·meeting of the Journalists. son, president, "because we have to autho rttiea . Debate Coach Theodore Karl and I have the definite number to hold "Joey" is the story at a tblrteen· • his assistant, Jon Ericson, took year ol boy who, unloved and In· the lodging Everyone whether squad ot 28 junior speakers to the �eglnDer, I� Invited to secure, travels a.gradual road which C.S.A. Fellowship will meet Sun· I pro or tourney. eads to crime. Throughout the encome." A group ot eight senior divls.:1on day night at 7 : 00 In the upper SUB. The ski trip held last Saturday, tire series, Stuart Morton plays the to cOmpete Pastor Robert Lutnes of Hope Lu· made tbe leading role of Joey, w i t h Dave , In debate on the seniOr level and -tbetan Church In Tacoma. and part- January 8, was a big success with Pacific Lutheran made it two the col· 37 skiers hJtting the slopes. Only Wold as Craig, the 'understandlng to judge junIor events. The four time English protessor l patien and venile tra.lght over the College of Puget s t ls o h w· ott cer ju the hit hard. skier oo one slopes PLC teams j o i n t record earned. lege, will preaent the topic on: able to help Joey find hl·msel!. Stu l Sound last night and thus assured the 15 col- "The Problem o f Human Sufter· The only casuaUy was M a r t h a them th1rd place Gilbreath and Pat Bondurant are 'lbemselves ot the city champlon­ addition there will be' spe- " Ski p" Douglass, a. beginning sider. unJverslUes which com. Ing." lege.s Skip was going up the tow tor the dramatizing the part of the parents ship, as tbey soundly bounced Ute clal music. peted. ggers, 78·63, the Logger field· Tiny, tinrt time when the glr1 In 'front of of Joey, wHh Wally Burton ber fell orr. Skip's pole got caught Joey ' s friend. Supporting cbara.c- ho use. It was the Lutes' tlfth win a In and row third without a their ters throughout to vary seriea, the In her skis and ahe ended up with a paInful fracture o f the lateral mal- s h o w different t y p e s ot back· loss in league 1954-1955 Jac k Sinderson took 0 v e r the leolus (for non-anatomy studenta, grounds trom whicb may spring the All examlnatlolls will be held In regularly scheduled claasrooms, scorIng duties as the ahUty guard near the ankle on the end ot one of seeds of youthful crime. om ition 1, Religion I, 2, & 13. with the exception of Fres6'man nder Stanley of In 24 points for the evenJng. sljpervislon pumped .tbe U . the bones In the lower leg) , plus 24: many tissues torn. Skip will be seen Elberson, "Joey" ia being produced The boys In the black and w,hlle 7 : 50-Tblrd period classes meeting M.W., M.W.F., M.T.Th. hobbling around campus with a cast and directed by WilUam Finkle and s'lripes" dldn't have too bad &Q eve­ . ....... ....CM8-B 10: 30-In1 roductlon to Old Telftament Sa.... Loren Bloom. Otbel'6 assisting are nlng either as they called eacb team ror about four months. .... CM8-B Introduction to Old Testament Sb..... Other skIers riding in tbe seven Rod Basebore, eng1neer; Eric Jor· for 28 personals. The GladJator ........ . .....L-I04 Introduction to Old Testament Sc... ":'ere : Miss Schmelder. advisor dabl and Don Roe. sound eftects; fouls were a little more bunched .. ....CMS-B 1: ::to-Life of Christ Sa.. result Phil Nordquist. Nick .. ........ CM,S·B' to the club; Carroll Olson, Fay and Jim Lokken, announcer. Life of Chrlet Sb.. Kelderman, Allen Gubrud ...... . ........... _. ...CM8-B LIte of Christ Sc... .................. . Armstrong, Ron McA1Uater, Jull 1..-104 History ot Christian Church Sa, Sd... . oJ, Ross all lelt the game. John,on. Joan Knoph. Bob Stuhl· ........8-106 History o.t Cbrlstlan Cburch Sb The game started oft close as mlller, John Olden, Kenny Mom· .S-lOS History ot Christian Church Sc... . l CPS took a 6·4 lead. The Lutes were 8On, Joanne Benson, Charlene Sand25: back tn the lead aga.ln at 12-10, bot ness; Helen Sollle, Marlene Angus, 7 : 50-Ftrst period classes meeting T.Th.• T.F.• T.Th.F., DaUY the Loggers caught them at 15'8.11. Dave Churness, Dave Knutson. Ray 10: 3�hlrd period classes meeting T.Tb.. T.Th.F.. M.T.W.Th.. The Pi Kappa. Del ta all-echool The last Logger lead was at 19-17. Ost�rloh, Curt Hovland, Nell East1 : 30-Fl-eahman Compoaltion I-all sections : oratory btl't on held be will contest the Glads took over a.t' 21-19 and void, Jim SJmoDsen. Marcia Leln, ......CMSOB Sa. Sd. Sn ......................... .. .........._..8-108 Janet Frybling. Lorndne Jobnson, Wednesday evening, January 19, at were never headed '8. g a l D. The Sb, Se, Sg . ........L104 to their lead OD fiDe Se. SI. Sm . &udttorlum. Six Lutes Ro� Ness, Norma Kempkt, Jim 8 : 00 In the C·M ......... CMS-227 Sf, SI. Sk .... Colberg. Bob Sorenson, Rose Ann students tram the c a m p u s will shooting from Gubrud and Sinder· .......CMS-122 Sh. SJ 'Jflcobson, Grover A k r e, Colleen .speak. The judges 'W111 be Supreme eon, to take 38·30 halttlme lead. 26: Hanlin, LIz Heins, Roberta Hu mble, Court Judge Bertil Johnson. Morris At this point John Helnriek put 7: SO-F1rst period classes meeting M.W.F.• M.W.• Daily Don Nelson. Rod Ohrlstlansen, Rey Summers. director ot dramatics and his boys OD '8. tun court preu and ' 10: 3O--Second -penod classea meeting T.Th.• T.Th.F., W.F. and at School, peech Hlgb narrowed the cap at one point they lJncoln s Annabelle Reece. Cbrlstensen. and [ 1 : 36--Fourth perlQd classes meeting T.Th., T.Th.F. , John Binns, Tacoma lawYer and to 55·47. PLC had a hard time mak� Neil Arneson. graduate member ot Pi K a p p a Ing to the lO-aecond Uno tor a 27: Thur.day, whIle but managed to strengthe.. Delta. 7 : 50-Second p e r 1 0 d classes meeUng M.W.F, M.T.W.F., on M.W.Th . F., M.T.T.h, M.W., Dally . • A preliminary run-oct t o r t h e their lead to 60-49. 10: 30-Slxth period classes meeting T.Th.• T.Th.F. s'peakers w111 he held Monday, Jan. "Bob Rufus and Russ Wilkerson 1 : 30-Seventh ,period classes meeting M.W.F.• M..T.Th., M.W.• 17. Tbe faculty judging Ws w1ll be 11 poin ts &!pIece for the losel"ll. M.W.Th., M. Mr Axford, Dr. Strunk. Mrs. John· Sporting an 1l�3 record, PLC 1 : 30-Elghth period classes J. son, Mn. Little. Mr. Nesvtg. Mr. moves to E1leneburg tomorrow nJte' . h 28: Weiss, Mr. Klopsch. Mr. Solberg, to meet the only undefeated coUege 7 : 60-Four:tb period classes meetlng M.W.F.• M.T.Th., M.T.W.F.• ·team In the state of WashingtoD, and Mlss·Nelson. a M.T.W.Th. Those students entering the COD- Central Wash. Colleg8 of Ed1icaUolL M.T.Th., 14.W.F,. .. M.W 10 : 3O-Slxth p e r I 0 d claases meeting teet are Elizabeth Omll, Dave Wold. Leadership In Uie Evergreen CoD­ Dolly 1: SO-Fifth .period classes meeUng M.W., 14.W.F. Al Gubrud, Joan RutJiertord, Top- rerence race rests on the outcome.. 3, a 12. S :SO-Sennth period cluees me8Ung T.Th.. T.Th.F.• T.F. per Neilson, Stu The CPS Jayvees edged the .tim­ Faith the tlrat persOn who • Bueltm&n, Tom a.eeYee. Jud7 Bur- ior Lut81 43-39 In the p�Hm1D&r7. EDm1n.atiODtl tor all special cluaea win be given durlD&' the f'8C\l' ekei'. DtuTel RumUIHD. Rota 00eU Merle B&.DMD BCOred 20 polDti for of eae In. T hank you.. . Ume durlnc eu.mlnaUoo "'Hk. lar cla and Carol � � .Lath_rp.. _

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The Paclttc Lutheran College H IGH LIGHTS ke tball squad re turned home l&8t Another week, a ouple of more wins In Evergreen play, and maybe Sun dsy. leadln g the Pack in the EvI This Saturday ni ght Coach Marv r Tllesday ni g ht saw le nty of ....- (,'re off to a cbamplonshl p--who knows ! : el'green Confere n e 8S a r;uIt Harfl hman g Gold and Black Gladt lo n In the Intramural casaba sport. . . t heir ,do u ble V l�t �� te to' With the lo ss of 6'10" Phil Jordon Whi tworth t t the streng th of Lpo probl:Lbly (eels a l ittle Th e Crew Cuts broke two records ' �:; vers �: y : a ," e to � a '" bit oh k,. go'ng i n to on e rence play . Ho weve" the S""s stili h ve Ron w a h �, a. In thel game against Centcal Ba,- I �lc �:I :' �'S heretofore undef eat ed lrltiSh �lillo'r w ho looks down from way up at 6' ", SInce 0 i urn C e " Washington Wildcats In an n a l racks. Curt Hovland the loss of the star l 9 e rgree n Conference game to be n'll!pr, o rdon, senior for-ward Ralph Bohannon has become the boy to I F'riday r.ight's actt. o n saw All �� o nd floor lads with t h ey l H poi nts l at Ellensburg. l h bas come up with a scori ng Du nch to go w th his excellent GU,brnd l ead th e L u t e W Ith �-nl\'�l. srnoth8 r�d their �ppon en ts 85-4 5 . p ayed . I pOints to a 61 -49 'Co nqu est of the . ts broke the old I Cen tral . wh l('h had only a so-so r{' boundlng s tre ngt h. Hovland s 41 POin I (6-6) record In conference play las . Vikings At the end of the first haI t t . Speaking of rebounds, AI Gubnld's efforts ag ai nst U.8.C. la st Satur- I I ndl vl dual scoring record beld by the Lutes were ' n f ront by only 3 Jim aeger who had 36. Th e tatal Ol• year, has won ten straight to open ,la\' etted him IS off the boards , wh!C' h t es the school record . 6 I ' ..' ! w . victo, ries " ast ot the 2 23 a tb y ere Jrl ng at t );> oeJ dJ e 's , co d :I th s �eason. l> . , : "" 'cL. .I;"k,""" .,."""� ·�-o:= '\""""<\"\"J$,'=.!� � ,,"",o� ''c':: : ;.�=::::,: ;::; : a1 ; .:.", :l''� "", He,;, .:;::sr. �, �c r.<>'l.t �, � . ? . , .�,' �;c �,-""_ . ...."., _:'"';; �/;;� "!��;, ('!"'"S- bel'Rllle the victim last at urd y- nI gh t, comJng out on the short end · dlvldual sc o rl ng .a g · Gubnl(\ s t a r t e d hitting the net and 50 score . of a 'I the Lutes were ahead to !}tay Phll DeJarttl ne's stopped the North any other as they have aver_ . Last year, Whitworth was ranked number one DjltlOnally In N.A..I.A. i :\ortlq uls<t fouled out ',"' I th 11 ml n- Hal l ( 3 ) winning streak in an over- aged 75.2 points per game. Their (\ef(>nsl e ho no rs, wtth a 5 .4 average per game. A t the pres ent ti me . lites to play, but Den s oss, sub- t i m e thriller, 30-27. DeJar dl ne's h i ghest total came In a 100-90 vlc­ � � unofflclally, of cour8e, PacifiC � t.be ran (:omes up n� mber one ac ross the sUtute forward, took mup Rthe slack started oft In a nurry, having a 12 tory over S ttle Pacl&. point lead at one time. North Hal l nation In that depa rtment. Agal 8t cO lege competition the Lute. have The cart.a and Lutes have beautifolly, scori,:g 8 points during 1 ( ) k � per contest. Thlg notted the count In the closing play ed sWlld 3 Yielded only a little ove 53.5 �01Mt8 sounds good, but his stay In the lineup. ()me common opponents, sO Nordquist, it·!; e ve n better when you on i der the advent of the two-shot foul rule seconds . Bromely's last.second shot t:b I Hoover and Sinderson followed Gu- fell short for the DeJardlne boys ere can be some comparisons wh i ch has u ppe d college scoring considerably this s eason . . Central downed CPS 8 1-70. bru d all thre gettlng 9 counters . In the overUme, North Hall (3) dwrhaiwn � I�'s a fact-Roger Iverson, flpeedy guard from Lincoln of Tacoma, Switchi ng opponents le 'the Lutes won by 13. 60-47. with C.P.S., scored only one gi ft toss as DeJara,radu ate of '54, ha"S dropped out up at the VnlversHy of Washington. th L Lewis & Clark, 72-70, edg Central e utes' traveling partner, the dine's p cked up a goal from the The ex-Lincoln basketballer hasn't had much rest tho ugh-It seems \V'hlle PLC had little trouble In wln­ G lad iators won their fourth straight floor a n two c h ty tosses. Bramethat all the !JD1all co l leg es In rthe vlcln�ty think he ' s just wh at the do tor 84-;3 and 63-56. Nicholson's c game and their second In many I y was Mgtl for the winners with nlng ordered. 'C a t s bopped Western 68-61 and nights, downing U.B.C. 49-33. 11 pOints. i rso n and &:hnalble 91-77. PLC won over Western three Ron Storaasll, who started in ba8ketball during the 1952-53 campaign, I well that the Lute defense sha r tbe p i n t. honors for the lo stimes. 62-53, 53.44 and 61-49. has been discharged and 'plans to re-enter at the semester. He wlil forego wast was functioning as the:lr o fense ers with 9 poi nts apiece. :"Hchol-son will probably h a v e basketball this spring In order to retain another year of eligibility. managed only 14 at 49 shots for a Other game'! during the week ;. J c ( 6-1 ) and Bob Logue rTes-h man AI Murry sI gn ed the dotted line and wJll be inducted Into .286 shooting average. As If not Ivy Hall (A l won a pair, 45-24 an 6a-0k) Brantner sta lng a t forwards, B o b ( the Army for a three-year enlistment period on January 1 4t h. Hope to i t ti n g from the field was enough 64-57, over T roma and the Chlmp s, ) (6 �ee him back here quarterback ing the football center, and Don Hea­ Dunn at -4 squad some day. the Luthe rans carried their bad aim respectlvely eat Ivy . The Faculty x (5-9) and Don Myers ( 5- 9) at Phll Nordqui s t' s 13.3 pOints per game ranks him third In pre-Everto the tree throw line. The Lutes Hall (B) 54-31. Eastern won over co guards. Don Lyall (6-3) a)1j,o could green play. Here are the sco rin g leaders to date, excluding Phil Jo rdo n missed 20 gr tis tosses and made Omega's, 51-47. S tubs over Clover I SliP Into the starting five. Dunn Is and the fact that CBC has not reported yet. good on 21. The game u ndo ubtedly C reek, 46-43. N rth Hall ( 3 ) over the tallest man on the squad a.t Name Tot, Pta. Ave. would have had a wider margin had C re w Cuts. 4 94 7 . Omegas over the 6'4 " , whi c h gives the Lutes a con� I Don Heacox, Central Washington. .. ...... 146 16.2 the Glads been a b le to take adYan- 1 Jokers, 47-3 4. slderable hei ght advaIl'tage s Nick Con Myers, Central Washington... .. . .. 144 16 tage of the girt throws. For th e Those I nterested In the Intramur- Kelderman (6-7) and Phila NordPhil Nordquist, Pacific lutheran ......... ..... ...... . .. 120 1 3.3 al ping pong tournament sign up on I, qulst (6-5) will be In the starting Bob Elia8on, College of Puget Sound... . 117 13 get ar ound me" Nordquist fouled the )fSts o n the bulletin boards as ; lineup along wi th Jack H o o v e r 11.7 Bill Medin, College of Puget Sound... 105 ou t with most of the second half to soon as poss le The tourney will (6 1 ) Jack Slnderson ( 5-1 1 ) and 104 1 1 .6 John Barnett, C.ollege of u g t Sound... go . This dubious act, ho weve r, did begi n the fi r s: part of February, AI Gu brud (6.0). Bob Logue, Central Washington... 10.7 97 no t thwart him a s he led th e scor- and all are Invited to partici pate . PLC will sport a n 8-3 re rd go96 19.2 Dick Edwa...d8, Easte ...n Washington... Ing wi th 11 poi nts . S1nderson a.nd Ing Into th e game and also has aJ. 1 1 .25 Bob Stone, Western Washington... 90 H ov er each had 10. lowed only 63,6 points per contest Nick Kelderman, Pacific luthe ...an . ...... ... ....... ........ 87 9.7 Follow ng are the summar es WEEK'S CALENDAR to their opponents. . How many people h ave no ticed the new scoreboards In the PLC gym. WhIch win prevafl? T'M Lotes' WESTERN GAME The welcome Improvement Is a gi ft trom last year's senior class and vaUIllted defenee or Central's or. Satu...day, January 15 PlC (61) 1 WWCE (49) \\;11 be presented to the school by Ri hard Stuhlmlller, presld�nt of the fense, Call BR. 2121 after el""en 0 I No rdquist , f.. 9 1 Sto ne, t . . . .. ..13 8 : C entral-P basketball conclass of 1954, at the PLC-Western game on January 29th. Saturday night to tlnd the answer. Hoover, f 9 1 Brooks, f ... . .. 8 test, at Central, Elle n sburg. Tomorrow night's game with Central IOOIDe a "big" one. Many II eld erman, c 6 ! Forbes, c ..... ... 6 Sunday, January 16 people thInk that the " Cats," b avlng legged 11 wins and 0 defea ts at ! GUbrUd, g . . .1 98 1 dli f, g .. . . 0 2 : 3O---Cholr rehearsal. present, stand an excellent cbance o f gOing all the wa.y. 'l l attek �tb nderso , g . I Jahr, g . . _ 4 7: 00 Chri stian Students' Asaoour boys! Ross, f . 8 1 Cow den . . . 4 elation, SUB. Eggan, f 2! dall . . 60 Hanson. g -..-.. 0 I Scho tt PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS � erstad, g J It's VERN'S . R SLER'S RKET

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; The Luther College Choir will the works at 15 c1aesical contemPorary composers at the far.kla.n<l C9q-c.e.r.t.,. ,c.c0f.l�4U\, �P._'Y9:l: ; lege dormitory auxiliaries ot the:" local committee' on arrangements. The choir will appear at Chapel­ Muslc-S·peech bulldt,ng on F�bruary 7, at 8 : 00 p.m. The program ot the Luther choir consists ot selections which are both new and tamillar to the con�ert audiences ot the Middle West and Pacltlc Northwest. The major classical work to be sung Is Bach's "Jesu, Priceless Treasure." Repre­ sentative of the contemporary com­ positions are" "Hosanna to the Son at David:' by Gibbons; "Advent Motet," by Schreck; "Thy KIngdom Come," by Sateren. Weston Noble, Director Miscellaneous .works t n c I u d e ----- .----"Poor Wayfaring Stranger." a spiro Itual; "ChrlsUans Awake," a Bo· hemlan carol; "Unto Us a Child Is Born:' from the 17t-h Century, and other similar sacred songs. I present

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ORATORY WINN ERS-Stuart Gi lbreath, center, sophomore, holds the trophy he won Wednesday evening in taking first place In the col­ lege'. ninth annual oratorical contest. Other winners were Mra. Jean Werle Rutherford, left, Orting, third plac·e, and Judith Bur�ker, Eug en e, Oregon, second place.

Spiritual Emphasis W e e k, announced . thls year for February 7 1 .through 11, "ill fealure Dr. S. L. Swenson, president at tbe Columbia , 0 n a o �er�:e;��rc :, :'��;:B� l:: l�; 'c, "We Who Are to Live." Dr. I, oo , Education Majors Swenson, former proCessor at the The cast Cor tbe stage play to be Lutheran Bible Instff\Jte In Seattle, A given on and February 25, 24 '" To Student Teach , was last year at M8:Y Commence- i Wednesday January 19 marked Double·Barrel Detective Story," has By POIU! Luc�y ment awarded an honorary Doctor All-School Oratori- just been revealed by Director Jerry I n Tac. Schools the finals of the ot Divinity degree from PLC. I NowI gthat we hela v e dt h e beard 'Cal Contest held Ina t·hpe C·M-Sd at Slattum and his assistant, MArlon Thirty senior education majors at h pa e I I Le r th; ;h : � : ;n �:!e e;�:;:� t:�: �:�:' �n ��;.���;e �u:� :::��:g�: �.,j)i�;p:� �:�t:ll��� :h: �;:�:� ;: ;�: �;ay Is a three-Qct mystery Pacific Lutheran College will do "Courageous in Faith," "Loyal to on all of the girl trlends that have parlment. Tbought Inspiring words comedy based on -Mark Twain's practice teaching in Tacoma and God," "Friendly to Man," "Honest left their bearded "ex" boys. Serl' were given to tbose students, tac- story and re-adapted for stage by :��n��y :�:� sc::�: :���g :�� er n s In Business," and 'Unwaverlng In ously.though. I would like to answer ulLy members, and trlends of the Robert St. Clair. Hope:' I a Cew Questions that b a e been college who attended. The Mory begins in England, at week. During Cour evening meetings, I raised as of late concer'llng the Some of the Ideas presented to us the turn ot the eentury and then Dr. Theodore Sjodlng, director ot M 0 n d a y through Thursday, Dr. contest. To the Spurs. yes, you can In the order they were given were: comes directly to Hope Canyon,_ secondary education at PLC, will Swenson will consider with the stu- enter. We stalled you ott so that Judy llureker, "The Pleading Cry" C<>lorado. The enUre plot Is lIghten j -s upervlse 15 9t.udent teachers in dents tbe outstanding characteris- the fellows could have a chance. To -Each one must take a personal tn- cd by Mrs. 'Stillman's · son, who their junior high and h1�h school tics of some 'Godly Leaders ot the Blue Key we also say yes , you terest In the yout·b we know who seems to have the "schnozola" ot work. has gotten In trouble. All are r& blood-h<lund, with hte In·human sort I The secondary teachers &lld the Men," as recorded iii the H o i y I ean use Vlgoro. aChOOIS w·here they will teach In­ Word. The subjects will be present. ! Getting down to the real stuTt, sponslble for helping a juvenl1e d& of sens'" fat' smell. ed on the order of a Bible study. A <though. we would Uke to emphasize IInquent 1.0 become a loyal citizen. Those In the cast include: Arthur, clude Kathryn Blery, Bethel ; Carol final session on Friday noon will the Book Exchange. Warren Meyers I Tore N I�lsen, "Do Unto Others" - Tom Reeves; Mrs. Stillman, Terry Brace, Clover Park; Faith Buell­ conclude a week ot promised spiro . is In charge ot It this semester and ! Foreign aid In the name ot human- Lindsey ; Nancy Palmer, Helen SI- mann. Lincoln; her Ellaaon, Juan Itual growth In faUh, love, and un· through him we hope th.a.t many ot lty must be given by the UnIted monsen; Amanda Sink, Bev SmIth; Lee; Maurice Fink, Sumner; Jack derstandlng. ! you will be able to get some good .l States. "We must help In the rice Rosemary Hillyer, Kay Wise; Sam- Foote, Flte; Rose Larson, Clover books at reasonable "(&'les. We will paddles. How many of lou know my HlIlyer, Ray Mensch; Mra. Ho- Park ; Mozelle iManhaD, Lincoln; be open starting Thursday or test whM It ' is -to 8 t a r v e, actually gan, Mary Alice \Drexel; S a d i e Frank Pavia, Bethel; Wallace Ho­ week In the ·upper SUB. See you 'Starve?" SmIth, Virginia T·hompsen ; Jacob 'gelstad, Lincoln; Suzanne Sku­ there. ' Carol B r a c e, "intellectual Sui- Fuller, Roy Nelson; Flint Buckner, blnna, Clover Park; Brian Price, Once again this year we are go- cide" -"The more we know, the Dick Barnwell; FetloCk Jones, Paul Stewart; Douglas McGrath, Puy­ We don't stop to Ba6tlng; Pat Riley, BUl Da.nll ; a11up; Nancy Turman, Clover Park; Ing to have a blood drive tor those better tor us MOORHEAD, Minn.....:.At the age ot you who are 80 full at the old think." Theretore we should "galn Ham Sandwich, Knobby Anderaon; and Helen Nel1fOn, unaaeigned_ ot elghty-one, Sivert A. Jordahl of -stuff that you just can't keep It In knowledge" and use It by the pnr and Sherlock Holmes, Larry Sho- Junet E. Runbeclr:, director ot eleberg. mentary education, :..111 have 16 BtUMoorhead, Minnesota, haa written you without h u r t i n g your con- cess at "reflected thought." and published a 126-page book aD 'science. It wlll be coming U'P pretty Stuart Gilbreath, "The Sign ot The tlrst rehearsal was yesterday dent teachers to supervise. so now soon Iron of loU! eat It by Our Tlme"-"At the present rate at 7 o'clock. Rehearaala will conNonnal Lutheran . .the of history the Dr. Sjading and Miss Runbeck . School at Sioux Falls, South Va- any chance you are a Uttle atraid ot prevailing atUtudes . . . Q short tinue after tlnal test week. spend at least tllree· lull morn.1ngs kota, where he formerly was & mem- of the idea just ask some at the time before the United States ot Committees tor the play have not per semester w i t h eaeh student ber ot the faculty and, for a year, people that had theirs drawn last America can be termed totalitarian yet been chosen. The directors stat- teacher, year. They are etJll alive and do not I . . . Discipline mind In search for ed that anyone wishing to be OD a The elementary Mudent teachers was acting .president. committee should contact either Now lInng with his daughter, teel that they have lost too much truth and reallty.." their schools are Mrs. Evelyn ot their vim and Vigor. Hang loose! Thomas Reev�s, "White Heat"- Jerry Slattum or Marlon Leonard. and College Concordia Anna Jordahl, Hayne, Sumner; Mary KnudBOD. Are we going to "devour ourselves librarian. Mr. Jordahl finds time to Whitman; Shirley Lewis, DeLong; in heat and sand . . . Sttengt!l ls In TEN STUDENTS RECEIVE do the carpenter and cah�et work CHESTERMAN ENGAGED ]tIre. Mary Jean Payne, J a m e a education." Man must restrain from AUGUSTANA SCHOLARSHIPS ot the college ca1eterla In addition TO TEACH ENGLISH S&les; Beverly Tranum, Fern Hill; to his writing. He ·belleves that as Miss Elnora Chesterman, gradu- ..uslng these new weapons if he· Ten PLC students have been gtv- Mrs. Marjorie Young, Whitman; en scholarships by the CalifornIa GeraldCashen, Lister; Roseann& retired educator, -he should not aote student at the Unl....ersl·ty at wants to Hve. Washington, has been engaged by Deyrol Anderson, "The Technol- Conterence ot the Augustana Lu- Hartill, WUlard; Malcolm MarUo.. waste time In idleness. the college to teach English the sec- ogy of Peace" -"Thls is not an age theran Church. Puyallup; Mrs. Ruth RJpell, Park­ ond semester starting :i;ebruary 1. l ot war, yet race to militarism . . . The students Include N o r m a land; SYMPHONY HERE FEB. 1 Marlene Wendt, Manitou; The Taeoma Civic Orchestra, un- Miss Chesterman Is a graduate at ' a step must be taken by some na- Kempka, Paul Basting, Betty iean Carol Paul, Horace Mann; Marion der the direction ot Dr. . Stanley the University at CaJorado and has ! lion . . . why not the United States I Condray, Glenn Johnson, Eunice Leonard, McCarver; Beatrice Han­ Chapple, will give a concert In the anM. A� degree trom 'Yashtngton. · . . . We are not trusting in justice, Swenson, Theodore Carlstrom, War- sen, Whttman; and Geraldine DLx­ ren- Meyers, Carl Hol!!!.lI!en!.. �rger on, unasslgned_ .:..... C:M-S iuanon1IIif"" Tueatta.y eV""6nIn"l';"""Sh-e- ·haflallghC ror several years In ! we are lrUs"[rng--l rf n 1 'nrs." ; secondary schools in Alaska. I (Continued on P&2'A Four) ! Pearson and Herschel HIll. Feb. 1, at 8 : 30 p.m.

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The Ly-ceum Se.nea will present Gerard Souzay, baritone, In the I on February 15 1 the ·i.blrd in the I ee'tlea sponsored by t.b�e- F� ;..; d�ni bo'dy. The admission "price WIll be $1.25 tor .those who do !TOt bave tickets. i Mr. Souzay was recognized as I lI �::o;� ��:n P::::e :::�: ��lt: ! States In 1950 fot bls concert debut ! and his first AmerIcan tour. He .p r 0 v e d to etHics and audiences alike that "he bas everything a singer needs" and that bls singing is "truly making music with the voice." C·�I·S audl-torlum at S p.m. This Is·

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c. S. A. Publlshed every Friday during the school year by student.e of Pacific Lutheran College. Entered a� second class mailer. October 2, 1952, at the Post Office at our· Parkla.nd, Washington. Prayer Is powerful! :'Ifaybe you rather it is our duty to place wHI. Ottice: Student Union Telephone GRanite 8611 don't but testimoni es selves completely under his this helleveSubscription price---$1.50 p�r year And here, on�e again. is your by DIany prove t'hl� tact One fellow The range of things for which we Ghost Rider. all set to air a few on our campus COrdl g very \"I,� to God In may pray Is words, ;n"aCatsoev:r ;: problems, so tbose of you who don't prayer when his rturned esus' own became serl. Supercilious Sneer will I like to bear other .people's prob­ ollsly ill. Shortlya1her that name, My In ask l a h afterward his s lems. read no further. Actually. father began improving father may be glorlfled Nordquist · C rl stro m and Is now do, that the there are four things to be dealt completely recovered, Many other in the Son." (John 1 4 : 131. God but space 'permi-ts consJdera- people can give you their test!· wants to be happy and wtll withhold The long predictfHl end ,has come: after a brief moment in the lime- �with. I truly good from us. W light we hUckl� back into obscurity. ith our Pogo bOOk�, press cards I, tion or onl¥ one this week. tr.onles of the ,things granted to nothing We should pray often and develop and letters of �ri C'l, sm tucked under our little Old arms we wander out In ehaDel. Monday morning, the them by praye!', . tn . good prayer habits, even though . �t ,the �!orning .�tist. off�.c_�. and, int.o the .s � k� ���;� � � I � ! }� ����I.r� s �:. : :'\"::�':�:�i�::: . . ,--,q,?�� .9.!>'I,·,Jj.�Jf��g�·. ,F;�th:e_\ t�: l!l'!Mtl*!il·prayer .can b�Q,WA.-�.s..u��, ;: .p22� some of tbat \n��ll�l4J.. .p-r-9w�-rr .we b�ve s�� � o.ec essaraOUllbTe.l. . . , .', iti l � · and .wj\,nt� l\(>."i,tD pray ; It IS. Allow1t. In tho' OM: -' on th�B' campus. "Ii hasis a m i. There is one left unsaid . , . the solu tion to this thing caned is indeedP surpris1ng to your Ghost our menns of having fellowshI a.nd - deu.u··i?"wl!. Testa.m�nl G<>d appointed certain P college. ,We say, modestly, we bave We propose_that all clubs, orga�- Rider communIon with HIm, especlally that only 80me people.,..have h 0 1\ r s during the day ,,"8 prayer . zation�. pa{'ks, gangs, festl\'als. glee II.nd perloo societies be disbanded, . f ' vi e de n e since fellowship i8 ne<�essary for periods. but nothing Is men'tioned I It would follow that all "busy work" would go, the problem would be :�t��:rd /I �i�;. I�eI�'sIna����: the sit. faith, love. and hope. However, God In the New Test:ament about prayer solved. !'othing to do but study·study·study, acquire Imagination, and lIatlon: Who are we? Students us a choice; shall we be pf'rlodH e x c e p t the Example of learn to grapple with ideas. \Ve would turn out learned m.en and women, Pacific Luthe-ran College, we reprofe. gives prayerful or prayerless, with God As y o u n g Christians we perhaps slightly stereotyped and haggard . . . no matter. ent the institution, the I nstitution or Godless? should take i,t upon ourselves to lise \Vhat of the joining instinct in people, the drive ,to get Into tha.t club srepresents \the Lutheran' Church. Jesus tells llS that If we pray, be. at least a few minutes every day in wherein your interests are found ; tl!at club that w1l1 help you prepare What do we have ? Supposedly a H evlng. we shall receive. But to earnest prayer. for your t'uture work or even that club where you can aCQu.ire a bIt of sterling example or Christian edu· have power in prayer we must live Power In prayer brings to my fame, (a few loving cups) or gain a little authority. We propose that I cation. An educational In harmony with God's w ll and a ra.mous saying that might each person ghould form his own c1� and he should be president, veep, ! with as high standards institution are to be purposes. It is not up to us tol declde help you in your prayer life. "X1ore etc, It would follow it would be tbe best organization because it round anywhere,' wtth spiritual em· an I ssue and ilien ask {or God's things are wrought by pra.yer than caters to his tastes and has an exclusive, elite membership. There would phasis Ilnex£elled, stamp or approval on o lr deciSion, Ihis world dreams 0(." l be no possible way for anyone to feel bad about not being expended How then do we live up to these -------c�---­ membership privilege. because each would be satisfied with what we standa�ds? How successfully do we had, Each club could have an annual Beauty or Handsome Harry contest o d d n r t e t (any kind of contest, in tact) and no one would feel slighted or left out 'D", ed. 'eace,,'or,'.'n"d ,'u'DDD'O,'. Student Express/'on Should because-you win. You could present yourself with the biggest trophy edly by ,ourselves? Do we, or are you could find. The possibilities are endless. H ave P..roper, Unse If"IS h M 0 t',ves There would be confliction over meeting time a.nd place. All we guilty of false advertising? These Questions are important to hind expression. High school sLUBy John H o l u m elections would be unanimous and all executive decisions eagerly car· rted out by the enthusiastic membership. Come Saturday night you could each and every one1n YOli as Chris· There seems to be an emphasis dents revere the charmIng person· d u nd V ' s I ' this school year on student ex pres· allty and the capable athlete, Some haye any kind of activity (withIn bounds) you wanted. If your favorite Ua n ' ' a � was lacking, your club could "olun'teer to do It. There could be no gripe dent, O, �LC. Tbe : sw:�� ��s;�: sian. Along wi-th such an emphasis or this reverence shifts to Intellect they turn supplied by you, and i travels the necessity of h a v 1 n g In the older and more mature col· about lack of things to d0--1000 clubs presenting 1000 different activi[ liP negative to wha.t they sbould be, something to express, and thua we t ' �����!; ti e s-dw ell on -that a minute. ion to this problem I have the birth of serious thinking. �::::��::��:��:�:��:� �� P.S.-Say, there's a pretty good little essay on humor in Walt Kelly's then tcOhemesolut u, again yo let fro it �e The process way not be as simple their men-tal powers j ust must high The Incompleat Pogo called "The Estate of Our Independence," H you . as�mdJvi�Uals, . for it IS Ii as that. bllt obviously there should school students strive to exhi bit emphaSIzed, of course. It you don't like Pogo I you like Po 0 ou have already read who stands to gam or lose the be some relation between expressed athletic prowess. In doing so we uestlo! �ur sanity ot course. It you haven't come into contact with I most by. the outcome. . I opinion and thought. orten forget our status as students, �oga, I W�Uld reco�end you do so and read these few pages, too. You flgure owe When the ooring lI.iast staff an· seekers of wisdom, and aM.empt a I PLC . I,t out,Don�tn yt oyou somethlDg u 0 w e I nounced its desire to print : new position as learned scholars. TEST WEEK AT OLD MAIN )I'Ourself something? opinion 1 thought it a fine opport- One unfortunate result i s th at we By Martha "Skip" Douglass tunity to express my views on the not only deceive others, but also 'Twas the night before finals, subject of student expression. It Is ourselves. and actually begin to be. \ . And all through the Dorm, my purpose to share something that Iieve we are wiser than we really Dorm D 01 n 5 . Every crea{llr(> was cramming to w(>ather the s.torm. Is important to me and hope that are, The students were settled all !mug at their desks, you too will benefit from it. Ano-ther m o t i v e i n expression South Hall Sojourn While v sions of test grades danced in their heads, I At the weekly Sunday meeting of I Pastor Thompson In his last sel'- may exi�t. The .desire to condemn A wash rag was hung by the desk 'with care SOllth Hall girls, money maldng mo na has spoken on famlly rela· and crjUclz� Is al l or us, for In In hopes that the Sandman would not stop there. projects were d!s.cussed and a rarh- tionships. His purpose in doing dOing so we unconsciously attempt With Wickstrom in her kerchief and Houze in her cap, has not been t o present his congre to ' cover and excuse er unique suggestion was offered. our own sh ort. They just settled down for a long night's nap. Although a date has not definitely galion with st�rtling new ideas nor comIngs. If this Is true of you as It When out in the hall there arose such a clatter, been set, the (ollowing project is to establish himself as an authorl- Is of me, then maybe you would She sprang from her bed to see what was the matter. under serious consideration. (Atten. tarian or ideal erample. He would find it valuable to memorize I Cor. Away to the door she new like a nash, rather draw their attention t o and 13 : 2. "And though I have . lion, men!). the Tore open the door and made a dash, their interest in Hvlng as of prophecy, a n d understand gift all The "Auctioning of Services" to 'I renew The ll ght from ber bedroom on the warped, chilled floor God would ve them llve. In other mysteries, and all knowledge, and t ho s e grou ps interested, namely words, it Is � Gave a s-hadow of midnight to objects and doors, hiS desire that they seek though I have all faith that I North Hall and at:her sueh tab. "The good." In\ ibI s paper articles When what to her wondering eyes should appear, Iishments, which woul� consIst of of critical a n d suggestive t o n e .::ould remove mountain�, and have . But an em.pty hall and bottles of root beer? not charity, 1 am nothing." No matoffers fr om South Hall girls With a IItUe old rlyer so gushing and gurgling, which are directed toward the stu· ter how accurate our analYSis may clean rooms, wash cars, wash and dent She knew in a moment that It could be disturbing. usually have the same purpose. be, if It ia not done In the right iron clothes. serve ,rOOd and other More .rapid than lightning wHh mops she worked, Much .the same spirit is necessary spirit it is worthless. n s And she whistled and shouted and called girls who lurked. In any form of l serious expression :� This verse may help us then to ��e�e �:�����u:: ,���:,: !:n :a: However, that Is not alwR-n the. establish Oh! EnglIsh and Anatomy, Oh! Chemistry and Zoo, proper values, so that be auctioned off to the highest bidOh! Latin and Greek, Oh! poor mind and soul. case; rather, than seeking a better when we are dISCUSSing among our. . der and on a deSignated day, they To the middle of the hall ! 'understanding by sharing Ideas or seIves or expressing our views ou . would be performed. Such a pro· To the top of the wall! o fering a kind and gentle crlt!· paper, we seek love, faith, and un. � gram has been carrIed out Quite .... ay, mop away, all! Now, mop away, mop a" Clsm, we many ti mes have other derstanding r&ther than praise or successfully at St. Olaf and the gen· motives when expressing ourselve s. self·satlsfaction. Whatever our attiAnd tben in a mom&nt you Ileard on t·be 0001', eral consensus is that it's a " good Since we have at the present tude may be The swIshing and swashing of each wooden door. n1. deal ! " (Also a good way to retrieve ! �o� cern about student expression, to deceive we must not co lnue Then down the hall she came tor inspection. es by beUeving stolen articles). It IS necessary that we have also Q. thaot prestigeourselv Her eyes how aecusing, On returning fNlDl.. a FrIday night I concern Is a. worthless goal or about proper motives 1 he Mooring ./tj aSl

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changed hands 3 or 4 times until a \'etage while PLC's Is 55.7. How- ga's 40·39. Gooch's Gulch outlasted I Central again zoomed to anmher e.ser, these figures do not Include Clover Creek 45-42 to bold down I S,point lead. With substitute Denny the Lutes ' last three games, Which ·the fourth place spot In t-he standRoss contributing two hook shots Ings. The Crew Cuts broke even I lowered the average to 55.5. and a pair or free tbrow9 PLC was On the otber side of the ledger. d ll rlng tbe week by beatl.ng Eastern bark In the ball game and rlnally West Virginia Tech leads the na· 59·48, then losing to the Omega's staged a drive that carried them to lIon's small schools In oftense with 47 ·55. a 67. 6.1 lead which Central couldn' t Other games during the week : b,.eak. a record breaking 104.4 per game

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Passed' me another sheet and said: " H ere, child, start agai n ! "

A student committee has been ap-

Jerry Sheffels, '54. grad, vl s.1ted pointed to plan entertainment In school this last week on leave tram ; the torm ot a mixer for all In-camFort Ord. He will go back the 24th ing transfer students. This will be to tlnlsh eight more weeks at basic held In the upper SUB Monday,

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our democracy

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third,

Joan

Rutherford; second, Judy BUrf�ker;

and first, Stuart Gilbreath. Awards of $3, $5 and

r�spectlvely, were

no,

made to the ranking speakers . Thomas

Swlndland,

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democracy." "When \.he right of the

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lary, and

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suits of the contest, Tom gave some

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Need tor

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(Editor's Note: Is Important that students note the change of The Omnibus Arts, an annual of e h a I d t r a n �� �:: t�::e�:u� ��� �:������ �� :o�:���·�:�·c�� ��� �d ��: ��ee I production, \\111 be February 24, 25 'nlng, to Tuead�y. February 1 5tn. and 2G In the Chapel-Muslc·Speech , . . . ' . I auditorium. This production Is stu

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school term Dave, the I.C C representauve f:om KRK, IS also a radiO engmeu and has one of the three leads 10 the productlon, Gerard Souzay, a dlst m gulshed Fre!lch ban tone, will gl�e a . dent directed and the directors for concert here on Tuesday, February 1 5 , In (he C-M -S audl[onum his year are : Jerry Slatum and "Joey . " He is a lso a member of Cu ai n Call . and was Handsome I Harry tor 1953. He was aI80 prestat 8 : 30 p.m. This (oncen, third of the Lyceum Series at PLC. <t Leonard, drama; S t e v e dent of the Luther League Circuit. will be part of a 1 9 5 4 - 5 S tour wh ich will take Souzay through - Marian PLC-WHITWORT� GAME : :;���' chorus; and Jerry Bayne, Stewart Gilbreath of Tacoma Is out [he United States. TO BE BROADCAST HERE the vice·president and Is a member His program for t.hat night wtll 1 I nclude the following: Ombra ma1 Disque for his recordings, an award i The drama producUon I'S a three- Tne Pac ific Lutheran College of Phi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omeact my�tery comedy based on Mark versus Wnltworth balketball tilt ga, APO, CSA service chairman, fu, from "Xerxes," Handel;"There's ,that 'has only been given thirteen Twain's story, "� Double.Barrelled Saturday evening will be broad· and was the first place winner of Not a Swain, S<:human; Three OP. Detective Story. The committees �ast direct from Spokane over the recent ortary contest. He I'S a eratlc Serenades, Mozart; T·he Stutare: Art--C a r o l Hartman, chair- KTAC, Tacoma, kllocyclel. pre-law student. 'terlng Lovers, arranged by Hugbes; man; Barbara r o n k e, Beverly Th� play-by-play account will be Service chairman for the coming Black Is the Color of My True Svenlngson, Vernita Blelsner, Robfed to tne 10c .. 1 atatlon by KREM Lo\'e's Hair, arranged by Niles; and will be Ross Goetz or S'pOkane. erta Humble' Carol Heins, Ordetta of Spokane. Tne broadcaat wil l Aterm I Rise When You Enter. Chandler. pre-seminary student and presl· Bechtel. Make.up-M y r n a Berg, I start at 7: 55 p.m. dent of Ivy Hall, he Is Interested' tn chairman ; Joanne Dahle, L i n d a I nl�I��:��a�I;�'::�:':le;�:c�-=;� the Young Life groups at Clover Hurd, Tom Morris. House--Betty and was famous in Europe and in Park High School in lAlkewood. Jean Condray, chairman. Proper· North Africa as a conceI't and operSophomore Judy Bureker was ties-Dick Brown, chairman; Carol H ig h 5 C h 00 I aUc artist, his meteoric success picked as pubHclty chairman. Judy Sorensen, Marlene Stuhlmi1ler, Bar'both times he was In America was ha:i been active in PI Ka·ppa Delta, bara MacDonald, Dave Scherer, Ron Debate 500 n Curtain unusual even in the unpredictable Alpba Psi Omega, OrHo. S t a g e--John Buckner, chair- On tbe 25th and 26th of this chestra, Call, world of m·uslc. Music lovers e.nd and she took second man; Jon Soine, Mark i'reed, and month, the Washing-ton State De- place In Spurs, professional musicians wbo had the recent oratory contest Don Lyles. heard Souzay In Europe, or owned bate Coaches Association H I g h on campus. Judy Is from Eugene, some of his records, packed hls "A Tribute to Sigmund Romberg" I School d sl)Onsored Oregon. urnamen<t. T by concerts expecting the best. They and "This Is My Country." arranged i Pacific Lutheran will again Helen Jordanger, also from Euwere not disappointed. by Fred Waring, are two features as last year, hold College, their debate here. gene, has b e e n chosen clerical Gerard Souzay bas alwaye loved of the chorus. Also, there will be : Approximately 350 students are chalrma!l. Helen's other acUvtUes music, and, unUke many young 'Several small ensemble �roups such I expected to parUclpa.te, as Invita- Include Spurs, and ICC representa19t5. he had fInancial and spiritual as 50105, triOS, and quartets. More tlons rto 95 high schools in thIs state tlve from the sophomore class. , our1lgement from a musical fam· t a e I n I GERAD SOUZAY e r e so o ��� I ����� �n s c ::d:� :� I ' �:k: �� � � � '�'I�r: a: :�� � :��:::n�: : :n: ::o!� Ta�:�:, �: S�l��� =o��e�ro:. I r to date--rul'llher aCknoWledge- cess, ao anyone who likes to sing His operatic appearances Include times I 150 students participated. ship ohalrman of CSA. Eddie's time performances as Aeneas In " Dido ment of a great voIce, is asked to come to rehearsalS. The style of speaking are fol· -has been taken with Choir, Arubas· and Aeneas" at the Paials des Mr Souzay will be accompanied I Men are especially needed, etates lows: Oxford Debate, Lincoln-Doug· sador Q u a r t e t and chairman of 'Beaux Arts In Brussels In 1946, as by DaLton Baldwin His managing Steve Brandt, director las Debate, extemporaneous speak- Frosh Week. Eddie Is a pre-semiIk: Adonis in "Venus and Adonis" in dl rector Is Mark Levine I LightIng will be a feature of the ing, impromptu, interpretive read- ary student. Paris In 1948, and as Conte RobinI band to produce special etfects tor ing and the oratory, son In Le Mariage Secret In Alx-en· . h certain numbers such marches · ' Provence this past summer. students wUl be housed at 0 f Fai' VISIan by Sousa and scores from "The Stu- theThe college and In the even1ng they C.S.A. Fellowship Meets Souzay In one of the most J>Qpudent PM n..."e," by SIgmund Romh.'g are By John Cook Invited the "Dou))le Bar. lar radio artists In Europe, and ·bls I see the Cro'SS He bore Small ensembles will also be used relied DetecUve Story. " records are favorites with collectors IIn'seefaith for the band program. There are the wounds that cut Him sore. C.S.A. be given Sa.tur- Dr. Knorr will spee.k atFebruary all over ,the world. HIs L o n d o n I see Him looking down at me. over forty student'S I n the band at The awards will Sunday night. and Decca recordings ·have helped ,the present date and practices are day at 5 ', 30 p,m, Tbls will take .Ia.ce 1 Fellowship , , Hts e .m., p upper 13 7 00 I th SUB � : ' free. me set to die Him see 1 Building. music Mustc-Chapel . ,w popular�e him with those going "swell," according to Jerry in the topIc v.:!ll be . The JJa,p;l1$ Of D.eUnlovers who ·have not had a chance In faith I hear a vIctory song . The 'headquarters tor-tWs tourna- J Quency Bayne, director. and there wlll\be opportunment wIll be In the upper SUB. I for Questions to attend his concerts. In 1949, Sou- p a i13 ,e His triumph o'er the and diacusslon, zay received the, Grand Prix du To wrong m Sw1ndland 1's ,the director ot lty To I ra and -is aes11rted by Con- The program lncIudas epeelal mudeba.te the ' and Judy Bureker. The mc. LIb ry i n trod u ees nle Hustad The VOlc� of all creation sing J d ges will h ,-�ous lac ul- mem C.S.A. has been Invtted by the, "0 death, 0 death. whe,. Is Iby Lady Lutes Report " U I bers. coacbes• of•_the teams .and the' University of Washington to a Un1Dr. and Mrs, Knorr will be hOSt stin«? ' S t , , N w Ine ys em F students on our debate team, versal Student Oay ot Prayer sene and hostess tor the next meeting ot In faith I see a u:dgbty king the Restitution, not revenge, is Ot general interest may be the lee to be beld in the evening ot · the La�y Lutes to be held on Feb- With eyes of tire that judgment basts ' tor the library's new policy ot f . t hat the high school students February 20th. Stu Morton Is In act ruary 16 -at 7:00 p.m, at 621 South brIng. accordIng to Mr. Frank Haley, who parUclpated laflt year In the charge of arrangements 1218t St., Parkland. There will be a He's coming 800n toClalm m'3 own fines, P-LC .librarian. When two-W:ftek debate az:e al89. srn. th&. deba��te� t�eam ;::;� __;;;;;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; =; ;; po'tluck dinner and all husbands are book Is overdue. the ebudent pays of PLC's at present. �The � � � l r ;: ���"""' T'he ones who 1���0�_ only Invlted 'to attend. t w done by he for ork added ment hu great innuence for here OL VALENT 9 ;::========================; the library start ,to make the notifi- potential top debators coming to The annual Valen-tolo preaentI ca.tion. Mr. Haley 1!ays this Is an PLC. . will be Gamma Rho Delta by ed P In keeping with an ancient trad�tion, the' Spu� <;>f LC i ethical basis that is fair an4 not T·he tournament directors cordial- held at The Farm loare sponsoring the annual celebration of Valentme s Day. punUlve. Iy Invite everyone to attend. morrow night at 7:00 p,m. The ()n February 14. from dawn to dusk the Sp,!rs w ill be takFor t bo library's reserve oks he Squires will entertain at tho I ing orders in the hall of o.ld Main � v�untee�lDg, for a me�e basIs Is .the same--no revenge-but price of 25c l Oc or 2c a :word, �elt own. �01ces or dramatlc .I a. punishment ts added because hog- The M o o r i n 9 Mast staff aeml-formal Co<h ..lrmen for the tolo are eloquence in the deh.very at �e ·ttme speci.t;led by the sender. I ging a reserve book Is and-social wishes the best of luck to OUr' Glen d a Simonion and Jean Bakof missives to loves., frlends or dear enemies. bebavtor. Boo� are placed on championship basketball team as er, Other committee heade " serve in might order that studen· t s Spokane. Don't send your �id calC;ried candY ; a Valentin telegram Violet Rued, publicity; r.,arl lyn. May i share that whlch wouldn't other- they journey to , 5c U< much better for her. and it will cost less--only 2 WI'II L StOlzenbera, , decoratlona; they . and all other. Lutes gOmg wise go . for a song. 1 0c for a limerick, or for your. own poetIC paIns, , Angela Stay. favore. 2c a word for your masterpiece to be dehvered to her own The new ftne system operates to back them. have a Vlc, tonous All former day girl. are welsuccess and a safe journey "orne. foUows: swftt face b.y a Cupid-for=-a-day Spur. come to attend. '(Continued on Page Four) ---' ......; -:L

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Valentine's Day Dates Way Back

Publlshed every Frlday during the school year by students ot Pacttic _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r e Again this month one of our many Entered a;, second dass m�t:��� �:t;:�� ��·U62, &t the Post Otfice at t Praised festivals Is fast approaching, and Marian Anderson Concer Parkland, Wru:!btngton. ' By Alan Freed Ofnce: Student Union Telephone GRanite 8611 ,that Is Saint Valentine's Day. The Subscription prlce--$1.60 per year Ll�t val�nt1ne you eend tllis month com. ? in standing, melDorMes a day of courtship at been least seven hundred years old. In VOI(C IS 30 Chaucer's time, SaInt ValenUne'� (0 was the day when the birds chose lean rather heavily on Us abundant ' herself wtthln the IAngui;elli�l I I . their mates, Our earliest record ot laurels, Miss Anderson, t h o u g h 'becomes a native part ot her. ---o- � -- - - young ,men and,. women doing the nearly fifty years old, thoroughly __:_ Low Range ........ ............. ......... ....... _...._.JOAN KITTELsON same on that day Is In a letter post· delighted the audience, particularly EDITOR.IN.CHIEF. The lower part 01 l\lJss AndN· ed In February, 1477, addressed with the latter .... . .....CATU""C<D n.""" -..u .. NEWS EDITOR_. ._ .. ... . .... ........ ...._. .... n:" .. � S�UD " " part of her ,prog1}l.m. 6On's range Wile unbelJevably ' b well U :'-:t.JIEAT11R:E �!!,,:!:-!,,"' '. � . ' .:;..':�."-�; , ..�.-:.:__.. ,.�: •..TO�. eo"&�� : n�� n�x. ':"l�._ t ,\ ' �!���I�:Y��;!'!�Il�. . ��l0 !1g �,h�_ wQ�ks" w}�h�h. ��.� ��e· "-"'.t.�nll""'. rlurl r>.1II" mQRt..o! tha 1\((1• . MAI\.E-U P EDItORS... ..................pOROTHY JOHNSON, .TANm' STEEN yne,! JOl1n 'P4�n, :1Q�. bOO U sefi.ted were the rolrowlng [amIlI8t" " ' n gl"3.m. In a brief little encore U lIl . ......................................_ SPORTS EDITOR.. ..........-...WAtJr BALL the cu'Stom grew ot sending cosUy nu m hers ; "A rloso : Dank seJ Dir, ber after one ot the early grouI),;, Sports Start: Dwaine Brandt, Louie Spry. James Jacobson, Dtck..Brown presents to one's hear:t'� desire; H err, " b Handel; " I>eI Erlkomk," . 8. she htl a 10.... G with a really �II(I .. ' . ·. · but · about e nturles t�'o the c I!g o ��·� � � · . by S( hl\�rt; "Mon coenr s'ouvre ����\ff��g�� ··�··��.·.·��.·��. � :�� : · ��� was at once star l .. ......_...PAUL LUCKY valentine card, eX�uisltelY made t.a vol:l:," from Samaon and Delilah, �:�e W MANAGER. ... ................................_. tl llJ,.: p . PHOTOGRAPHER ................. ........ .... _.. ................ ........................DAVID STEmN and bearing a poem ot love, became by Salnt·Saens, a OO ilie well.known , REP����:���� r�k��i ����: B�� ���n; S:��;:::�Pb Without doubt the most beau llflll "'ti popular, 1.00. In some parts at Eng· � egro Spirit uals, "Go Down, Moses" B e e ra l l r land, Saint Valentine's morning and "Ride On, King Jesus ," and InspIring numbet on the entin' Nordquist, Ted Carlstrom, Carolyn Hoogner, LorTaine Schmiclt, Arprogram was Mies Anderson's las t. ro � lene Baker, Myrna Berg, Tom Reeves, Wally Berton, Brian Prlee, was of such momentous meaning The first portion or t e p gram It was the 18&t encore Her accom· that no work was begun In houses and Dave Englund. a es or mills unlll the postman arrived ! l� I�C�� panist played t4e tlrst tew ohorrls An unengaged girl w 0 u }"d, ot There was frequently a distinct ten. of <the introduotlon; the eong was course, marry ,the first bachelor she dency to j ust barely.touch the bot' lmm edlatelY recognized b y t Ii e met on the morn of Saint Val en· tom edge of tbe desired pitch with house; applause hrteITUpted the ae· tine's Day, so a malden of those the top edge of a very heavy, but eompanlment. Her acoo m p a n J s t days. would be astute enough to fast, \i brato. As the program pro, stopped; MIss Anderson bowed low. avoid meeting anyone she did not gressed, however, Miss Anderson The applause .9topped, and ahe be­ gan again on whwt was w1tbout ex· In the Christian's think of to· terested-the stewardship of pos· wish 1.0 marry. If no suitable bach· and audience both warmed thor. ceptlon the mO&t elevating and in· day a word ha� been creeping up session'S, or more specific, the word elor appeared berore n o o n, she oughly to the mlLBlc. Marl-an An th g u 'n e derson s German is ve� German, ��:1�1!����1; :7::�::�:; �� � more and more into the limelight monE'Y, You know money actually ' rd ha : �� rt��� �� tl !���; � e� I:�:��'�� :� :: s :� n��:g���e:���.�p�::� t S \'" I I e it and yet, very beautiful. It seemed . h alk . doesn't actually Valentine's Day t a k e t w o b a y h d I been had she like reared and born a ridicules wbo man woman The . '\1 Scripture tells us that a ste'ward I s speak, it reveals the true Inwards leaves, sprinkle them th rose wa I one who adDljnl�ters that wWch be- of man. It publishes to the world ter, and place them on your pillow In that coun'try. And then, in the tryIng to drive through a 12·foot in 'tbe evening, When you go to bed Salnt·Saens. one thought the same garage door ll'8ually aobers up when longs to another. A Christian knows your mercy or miserliness, your u that he is a steward, because every· righteousness or your Inj ustice, p t on a elean nightgown turned In· thing about her French. It's beauti· I ,he trles to thread a needle.-Hud. a hi r I -thing ot this world and the world is rour Christ·likeness or your covet· �i�: ful ! And she so thoroughly places ! son Newsletter printed I n Coronet. kl�� :� :e� i�a;�:a�: �:� i , God's. How do we know this? In l ousness. me my true·love see'." Genesis 1 : 1 it tells us that God has I just received in the mal l the Today Valentine '� Day is stt'l l created al1 things. In Acts 1 7 : 28 we other day a record ot donations of are told- that God provides tor ev· the Northwest region local chap. widely ceiebrated among persons 50 ery t:hing tha.t he ·had created. In t ers , To date only $38 9 .01 has been of all ages by the exchange of ml$: Exodus 19 : 5 God actually tells tiS sent in to lhe regional office. Out of , 'sives or gifts called " valentines." that he Is the owner, God Is the this PLC has contributed only $50. Gay favors and decorations of red Q .. 'ner, becausE' he has redeem ed us. 1 The region should send no less than paper heal'ts and chubby cupids, In I Corinthians 6 : 19·20 it says, $1 fi(lO to the national L.S.A. and ' fortune·telling games and appro· ", . . ye are not your own; for ye PLC should send no Ie-ss than $400 'Drlate refr'!:'shments of frosted heart cakes and crimson candies, all Day were bought with a price . . ." . into the regional chapler and really So we being ste ....ards . we should $500, s i n c e we are a Lutheran 1 fltting honor to the memory of good be mindful at three things. First ot school. The year is halt oyer and [ saint Valentine, patron of sweet· all we own nothing. Secondly, that we have a long ways to go to meet hearts and lovers. you and I are possessors of all tha.t l <thls goal. a God owns. He 'has entrusted to US " Are we going to let Africa, Asia dn things, both material and spiro and the rest ot the world down? D r S L . S we n s on · . . ltual. We must shoulder the respon· Can't we surrender a movie a week . lSiblllty for everythIng tha.t bas to l or a cup of co ftee for contributions S pea ks 0 n S p'"'f uaI do with both our body and soul. In 1 to LUTHERAN S T U D E N T AC· E h . the third .place we will have tO TION, A little saying might apply mp as,s W eek by S, L. Swenson make an accounting of all that has here, "For want ot 8 Christian Stu. To us who live in an age ot tele· 'been given us, dent, Lll'theran Action was lost . . . It we have such a concept of I the Mission program was lost . . . vision, jet. planes, a.tomic power and man's stewardship, the emphasis Is Christ was lost . . . the world was automatic dishwashers, the tales placed on the possessor and not the lost, all tor want of a Chrlstl.an stU· ot the pioneer\. with his covered possessions. It isn� tile money God dent." What are you going to do wagon and sod shanty seem almost wants, but·the man. It God has cap. about It? Why don't you set aside like stories from fairyland. And yet. tured man, then man will see that a definite amount ot money to con· those pioneers were real, and they 1, PUlU! AND bls money, time, talents, body, SOUl, tribute to LSAetion every week? lived full and ha.ppy lives. It 1s con· WHOLE$oME !• • and possessions must be surren' After all, the money we have is celvable that we too could lose all Nature', own flavon. God's, not. ours. Are we spending our luxuries and converuences and dered to God. 2, BRIGHT, FRBSH There is one phase ot steward� this money the way God would want still be 'able to find ·happlness. Lite does not consist In the things we SPARKLE , . , shlp In W'h1ch I am particularly In- us to spend it? ln a.n Inn� peace and distinctive taste. �����=��===�==� ::::�:��

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After a 'hectic week ot tests, a most relu1ng weehena. and the start ot a new semeSlter, the wQmen of South Hall are begtnrung the last halt of this year's "Sojourn." Not least of all do we welcOme back to the hank ot student, the student teachers. To them we say "Congra.t� ulations," not only for compl9ting b their cadet teachIng but for eing able to Bay "I'm through! " ErtremeJy noticeable in their new "bobby eocks" are Glorla Kvtnge, Jeanne Frieske, Alta Preatbye, E'h1ra PotrM.%, Delores HageT1k, lAt.etttla

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Here is the Evergreen outlook as of laM Saturday night,:

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Looks as though that defensive depal"'tment pays off.

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Denny Ross

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Evergreen C onference title. Instru­ men tal in the PLC nctory was Jack

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Kelderman

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earlier tilts. wis & Clark tUng 14 of 21 shots for an half by here was no speCial standout ama:Jlng .667% , but tqe Gladiators for the Glads as everyone seeme<\ came back tn the second hal with to know where the bottom of the a trio of point getters In Hoover. net was.·A9 a result, the Lutes shot Kelderman and No rdquist to nothing short of sen tional as they the Lutes ahead for good. With two hit 31 of 52 attempta for a 59 .2 per- minutes left to go In the game, Cen­ centage. Ung or tral, behind -the uncanny s All five of the Lute starters hit Myers, closed the gap to 5 poInts double figures, with Jack Sinderson 6560. T h e n Sinderson, who was leading the parad'e with 20 polnts Q�led, converted both of his free Sindy couldn't seem to miss those throws to ice the game long one banders behind a screen In the preliminary attraction, the

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PLC Jayvees outscored the Park.

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PLC took the opening tip-off and

through the hoop tor a Lute lead that the Pirates never broke. HH­

tlng 10 or their first 11 shots.- PLC

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shaky

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Fo r ten minutes

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out and Ron

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The'l"" Intramural

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lay-off tor semester

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The end

went Into full swing after a week's

of the tIrst week had Ivy Hall undisputed first place

in

(A )

followed

by DeJardlnes and North Hall (3).

who were tied for second. T h e Crew Cuts wop

a couple

to take over

fourth place and Gooch's Gulch was in

tHtb.

Ivy

lost ground in the

Hall (A)

league s

tandings

as they laid Idle

this last week. North Hall (3) has come within halt a game from the

first. place spot, and has gained con­ close the gap. He scored 17 points in a row to cut the Gladiator mar­ trol of undisputed second place, as to

gin

Tbings

70-66.

weren't

too

rosy at thJs time but Miller shoved

somebody once too o[ten and wae

they won a pair during the week.

Their vIctims were the Faculty by

a 44-,10 count and Clover Creek by

whistled out of the game with four a 76-38 score. mJnutes left. One of the more happy

persons a.t this event was Jack Sin­

rson.

de

This took some of the pre9'8Ure

off but the PIra.tes began to press the Lutes

nis Ross, who

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had

earlier hit four

tree

eruclal poInts from the lin e

DeJardinetia. now in third place

Hall (3) by a. half Hall (A) Thursday

trailing North

game, ,plays Ivy

ennIng. A victory for the off

pus boys woulfi put them into

cam­

a

tie

fun COUllt. Free.hman Den­ w1th hy Hall. DeJardine's swamped

broke the

to

Ivy

Hall

(B)

56-23

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keep in the

throw race. The Crew Cuts kept their wtnn.1ng

Pirate defense by

canning a driving lay-in

stretch

ways alive by

thumping Ivy Hall

73-47. Curt Hovland poured.,Jp honora pof.D,ta to take This game was undou tedly the for ·the tracaa. pa&t. the g n 1 r u d gameS OUler Lutes' best eUor:l of the season. They nOW' go on the road to play week: Omegas over the Stube, 65-

·the · lead to

landers had

8

points, and the Park­

b

the ball game.

Eastern and ,these Spokane.

same

Rementber .s

Pirates at

(B)

28

lcoriD&"

29; Central B§,rr"cka over Go<x;h's (Continued on Page Four)

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Nordquist promptly popped the ball

Lutes cooled off a bit and left the

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hulks _ w i t n e s s their declining d of Joe Reitz and graduated rrom Snohomish HI before attending Sealitle gra e pOints. " U. He "'i ll be eligible here next year. Phil Is the leadJng scorer on the Congratulations to footballer Don :'tforrls and bis brlde-to·be, Home· ' team thus far this season and Is

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Whitworth's tall Pirates Saturday ni ght as

lowed with 12 and 10, respectively.

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Jack Sinderson

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FrIday

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throws tor his total. land Black Sox 84.59 as Roger Iver­ Jackson Hoover followed \\'"l th 19 son, U. of W. transfer, hit 19 poi nts. points. Hoover also was the deadll- Also scoring for tbe JV's were Jer­ est Lute at the roul Une as he made stad and Coffee with 10 and Han­ good on 13 tries. sen and Jacobson with 9. Billings Phil Nordquist had 17 points and I for the Black Sox had 20, followed played one of his better rebound by Storaasll wi th 13. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ games. Gulbrud and Keldennan fol_ .... .... .

however, that the Lutes are without any offense. In fact, the way the

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Conference

Evergreen

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Ave,

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standings

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Gtadl�tors

the 84 points against Buchan's and

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ney to Spokane and try to bring home a nine and zero cOftference record. �stern Washington on Friday nIght might seem llke a soft touch-but

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An amazIng band or Pacific Lu-

the

sank

. - more than enoug.h self-confJdence. The Sucs, traiUng throughout, ma1n­ tained their com sure right u to the final couple of minutes: They KNOW tI:tey had enough lef,t, considering the heighth advantage '!o'Hh "Big Nick" out. But when big 6'9" Mlller picked up his fltth personal,

THE MOORING MAST

1955

the Centr l W

No�dqu1st, better known

banter, the Central Washington Wildcata considered t'h e Lutes just a so·so t m, one that had to btl disposed -of as a matter of cour;se, on Cen­

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' Lutes Down PLC Takes F i rst In Conference By Cen tral 'Cats '. a . T',pp', ng Wh"fworth

This al"'t.lcJe Is an unpretent ous ,

Well, things have s€'ttled back to a d ll roar here on campus fo low- u"derm'inl,,. attem p t

i ng a couple ot hectlc basketball games last weekend. Friday &. Saturday night.' game. Ihowed lome of the belt overall basketball playing nesled here In a mighty long time. AccordIng 10 some or the pre-game

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tnps upstatnl at a11 hbun. ,,� tor TOa-st'1lRsters the next day or 4. It has r�lled to bring In the the day and night, ' th'rough thick not, Phil asks the Inevi,table Ques- book, the library sends the and Mne a nd thIn, riot and din. It doesn't the Red I n any case, there "How do you get OUt or, giving the price of the book .to the Busl· -seem that this duty or her's should will be somebody who "ill be ever a speech at Toa.stmasters when you ness Office tor collection. thankrul that you took a few minbe neces98.ry In a dormitory or don't feel like it?" For Rellerve utes of your time to have blood Christian "gentlemen" at a A fine of five per hour, not tian college. With this Question In mind he redrawn. And if you want to get down all, she's had

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The "M ooring Mast

VOLUME

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Lyceum G i v es Last: Con�ert: February 28

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! O mni b us of Arts To I Be F ebruary 24 2S 26

P U B L I S H E D BY THE ST U D E N TS O F P AC I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E

NUMBER 16

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. ag"m from t ilt- I-'a'-'ifll' :\ort h \\ .. .�t are \·ls . 1 . • l e d t . �:::: ��_�I:l:�L' �:::;�;'��;Il\� \\,;r:� �� eatllr ll a band (\mmatii.' pro, to tile play, Arthur Stillman (Tom , l !!' :\!onday. f'ebruary �S, i s the ! Anl('fican. AUg"llslana and F:\: angeU - F 1. (\\I,·tI01\ and a ,·hIWIl�. IhO' !<!\\(!eOl- I H('eH's ) . a �'Ulll1g man with tllp day when Ollr Chapel Auditorium ('ill i . 'lth('rall. , dirf',·{erlOlll nibU.4 of IheArts will be y t e r i o 1I� ··lhird·d!men�lonar· \�ill be ,e"raced with the twin Stein1 1;('!\lded� ill. !hf' grolll)S Is the . i"n1�·S anu" u'llUlSuaJ '1l-, dH"vi· 'A ri'l1\l� h\lm�� ...�IOodhOU1�d .. i� �'H":����"�:.'� I'.!. ..:.:,,;. f,·o, ()rf'�!) .. 1; � I.��d F.f' b rna ry 2 -1 . 2� . a 1�;ti . At the q U.1. lili b . . Perranle and Lou Teicher. duo- pian­ i .� ('olllprhi('d or S a I e Ill. EUgene. ! ,u1Tl ua r aff� lr th.e -h T.<�� . ro· hI' prE'- . sent .i.t�. hIs tlh,dlt'r tTt'r& Llf(I­ � ists par eXt't'lll'nce. Thi's !lnal C,on­ Sprillgfif'ld � \\" ..t't !lome and AI " s " n! O'd on f h \lr:-,l ay Ill!;hl. tlw dra· s('y) to HopE' .Canyon. a sIllall mill· ,'ert of thi:-; year's ASU Artlst' Series bany: Thi,.; ,gro\lp arrivt>-O Thursday ! �la on F'l'iday and t tl P ("horus on ing l"ollllIl\ln � ty In Colorado. Saturday. 1I ('r(' he IS to track down aIld a Illllst for S(,H"fal reasons, and O'v ... nln,g in a cluu'{ (,1"e-d blls and Will ' HOl ju�t bl·('all.� (· we alrea u y have St'iet tions by thE' band. dired(>d punish his father's lllurderer. Jll"ob ,.;1:1Y thrOIlg.!t Saturday . o\lr tickpt:"'. ' i OthO'r Leaguers from Oregon are by .Ierry BaynO'. include numher,.; ! Fuller (flay XelsE'n). " Ar('hy" falls from all of the Luthpt'an Churches frnlll '"ThE' �t\ldf>llt Prin("I' ' '' by Si g-· : ill .love ,,' i ul Hosemary Hillyer. ( Kay Ft'rralitE' alld Teicher h a v e a :-ollw\l"!lat unusual musical back­ in ..\,.;:orla. and tho�w from Faith , nllllld Romberg- : ·'Slnk.· LJl the ! \\-, \ se l . owner of the 101'al ho -.;t el:·y. grounJ. Till'Y have been playing to­ Band .. ' by Ger;;hwln: ··s.tar� and , but he ,'an tlot IlI'Opost' to her until dlllr.-ll of Ponland gf.'lh('r �ill("e they were six, when I (;lIe:"'t,.; f!'Om \\'a:-hillg!�ll inl"lude �trt !Jes " and 0 t h e mar�'hes b y I he l1a.: ;t" ('olllplishe-d hi:"' mission of F E R R A N T E AND T E I C H E R Ih,'Y first nH�t students at :\ew l.p<lg-I1('I"; from Hedmond. Anacortes Sousa. Playing solo numbers \\'ill be rpvPIlg-I'. He lo<"atf>"; his man. almost York ' s Julliard School of :'Illlsit-. Aft- al"1lll'" and ·· �ll1.atlna·:; Last Stand." ;[11<1 \\";\t!"l"lnall :\ortll I"osburg-. trllmp!"! : Lind Karl rllin,.; him. tlH'n di�H'oH'rs that lit' t" r graduation a.nd brief ("oncertlz- \" hen they n>" ol"dE'd " Beezw!tacks: ' LJ:lritone horn. and DavE' K n\lt 1101>' h,''' !! Oil Illt' track of lhf' wrollg . t . 1'''I·�()n 1 1l� to,getbe!". they both returned to ( their own ill tPrpre-tatlon of Him· ,.;on. " I anile J I lI1 iard to join the faculty. There sky·Kor!)ako.··s ' Plight of the Dum· M o r e CaF.t Mack Twain Stocy the) ('-uell l'(J lllbined t{'aching with bl(> Bee " ) . a/-!:l.in die)" weren ' t (·on· Only '\lark Twain ("ould eonl'('il"t. .' 1I;"�lI\Wllli at !lopl' Canyon lllHny modified sdledule of concert ap· tent with IiG kpys. so they moved a plot >'0 filII of sly hllmor. deft Inlpn'sling ",\'elll S takt> IJlal·... Fpt ..a ranl"{'s. and working together right illto the piano innartb to get I ,p twi;;ts of story devC'loplllent and ,, ' . lod, JOIlP"; ( Paul na�ting-s) kills his ,'nlargin,l.;. allgmenting. and creat- the .'<ouIHIs of a " omplete string: and IOni.'<hi11g situations as are t o ��j.>lI l JdO y e r . I·l int B \1 ,' k n p r ( Dirk ing IIPW duo-piano material. They Dl']"('us,;ion sN'lion among o tb er in- I j" pltruary 19 and �o are- Lhe dates found in A lkJllblE' Barre-lIed Detec- narnwell ) . a greedy miner. lie dol:';; rellnion. proalumni The tht' For " thO ! slnlmental \\ It conefrel"ts. a In\Valter I II I"onslder to r s "'�'1!'UI seriously e t1 ' i i e t e i �:�q� �;' :::,,� �:�';;"�';'��' :,:�,,�),,,J ,::,'o ���,: S �'� I 1:'��':;" in�� ��:�p::n � A', :;::: t ;,,�,� �',: ':; ,',:,,;''': ::, :;:"� � : : t ; ,� t i time Sherlock Holmes (Larry Rho· 1 ;::�:�;. : '; �;iel,' :; c :o�: c::,� �;:���i�;::::" :=z:�::� plett; st't;; will be used ill the pia\" . bl'r,l.':" I arrive;; in ("amp hon'ey of a Columbia platter." This day , Feb. J!I. at )r : :lu p.lll. ".'.Io.-ies which Fpatllrt'.� western garb. lr�' t�ncert tours. I of ,.; tlld"llt lift' alld events on camn e n ( a e (i l r d at f e l l l r r\ The i n etting a in ew lan be � E g u � h()"�t�;O\:�:t" �� :!��-;e p��v��:'I: �II\� f; s ; th ro\l �hout t he- years will ll �'\�:l �:� � : ;� ��: ���::t ��:g�:: � e���l � : �'I!���I�. ����ll:� ::l� ��S::� Illl: � l h< Amallda l hOll ' where le never!y ( Sink ay will a.ttend ho\ t!ten grads The nl. .'l 011 l heartl whil E' appearin atY o . a�le. all the way from pre-Bach clas- ! per }<'1 (]ells,"' \\"ill soon be th{: basketba ll ga me between P LC S � lth) all(1 � an("y Palmer ( l lelell l t "a n "on are .\Ir:;. Hogan f:\, ary AII� e �j, -.4 to Illodert: jazz. and as If this our dining hall mUHic system. ) nson Sl go throug b the prologue , Univers ity of British Co· lllO ) , D rext'l} . Sammy I I i I I Y r ( Ray W"1"('11't enough variety they have The ear!! of the long-hairs wilt nOt and the the gal�e there 1 - .--- -- --� :'Ilellf<(" h ) . " Injlln" Hattie ( Ida J� added some extraordinary planlstic I be offended. however. by the Feb- �\1.1.Illlbia . . I;'�o110Wing holr ( r ee be and hour \ rr , �I Gronkel anrl Ham &\ndw1('h ( Xobl(l rt v t he i uosi are gy mnastiL'B to their technique. Au, ! ruary Z"8 concert e A mn'es tY T 0 B e Anden!Oll l dience-s are often amazed to see one I including several stan(iar i classical limon. I < I ' O C h o rus to Sing u( the pianists suddenly rise from works ill the bill of rare. which will i On Sunday morning there will be 0:: t r I his bench and leaning over the be performed with tlleir uSlIal im- : worsh i p servic e i n the chapel audi- G I ven V '1 0 I ators y 11 th lb l < o·clock. 1 1 at torium I I : . perform The pluck pen'able boot. to technique. b�gin inner �tri;lgS The Pre�iden t of PLC ha� author. : ("h ��Il � �� 5� ,�o� �s. [�ire��� �� a nd strum them. Por drum effects j anl"t' should provt: to be a fitt ing , .\l r". G race Fink is general chair- � i z ed the librarian to grant amnes.tY i � t .. \. f' Be-andt. "'ill be present�. t ! l l'}. ha H' fashioned � mall routes to i l·on > lus�on LO thIS year' s StIl[\f'llt man for the reunion. Her c?mmittee � { O c ertain groups of antiso c ial is!;;. ' I·'rom " A Tribute to Hamberg'· tbey hea(\s are !\lrs. Stanle-y \Vlllis. ban- : T hpl"e are about 100 ,.;ludents who I will �ill,g "\Jell >'l'lenions as "Desert be I.ilat·ed o,, : r c.:ert.alll parts of the Artlfit SN I 0.;. quet pragran: : .\Irs. Harold Peter· I llavt" fail p(\ to pay the Fines imposed i Song. " " On e- Alone. " " Golden Days" of s m � I I SInn!;>'. \"anons sl7.('·' �on. deco�atlons; Darline DeJar- 1 for breaking the library code:; . �l r. a n d " Stollt Hearfed Men."' A patri\Iuolh'n :"tlcks pla(' l'd a.t specIfic dillf'. pllbltelty : and L a w r e n c e l Haley states that .'<O Ille of these utic Iribute will be "This Is My create , angl.,s anoss the strings llall,ge. Sunday servlce. stran,ger sonnds and for massed I l"l"iminals may lla \'(! violated the law : Country ,'· arranged by Fred \VarI �rembers of the nominating com- I ntentionally. while others were vlc- ' ing. ,·hon.lal effects they do not hes1tate foremit: e� are Fred H eany. chairman ; tims of (."ir("umstance. However, to I The girls chorus will 'sing such \ 0 use their elbows or whole llo� I. Larson and Mrs. Blair Ta}.· benefit by this dispensation they sa e d numbers as " 0 �lorn of arlllS on the keys. By Jim L o k k e n lor . , treatthis adapted pair , . 1l1U'>! apJlear personally at the desk 1 Beamy," by SlbellllS; "Beside Still gifted Thf' . . . . Frolll 111f> rirst �trains of Praise . . lllt>llt 10 such perFec.:tion that Coluw- to the Lord to tlw final chonls of I He�1, I \ ,ltiOnS .f�r the banquet �a) ' of ,\11". Haley and their fine slip will i \\-a.lers" · by [](>rnard Hamblen ; "0 ng or w telepholllng i bf' .made l,t by , be receipted as paJd tn full. This I Savior Hear :'lie" ":\Iy FalLh Is bia !teeords decided }'errante and TsdlnesnokoU ' s 0 Lord God the . l , has never been done before in PLC ! This," by :'Ilalmln; "Beatitudes," by Teicher s it 0 I d be the ones to ('oncert pre-sen ted last �-!onday eve- : the � I\lmnl offIce at the college, acx . I " ord11lg to Mrs. A, W. Ramstad, e - history and may !lever be done I Carl �l\leller. launch tileir new ColumbIa· Entre nlng by tllp L Ith£'r College ChOIr Label. Their first release was " Car- 1 was a r.'al thrill to all those who 1 eculive secretary of the alumni or- I I' gain . I ganlzatlon. I Those who fall to appear before : heard it. The C�lS auditorium was y i :'Ilr. Haley WIll ha e their rine SliPS ! about SO% full for the event, in Knorr and -Ramstad to the business office ! Marie ' H uth Leaves ompetiUo r e sp't f I turned over f Are Wel are Heads M�r�a: A ��:r;:n.�·who was :ln;�n� II H uthy mel1 Estate to I for collec tion and attached to the ' bill as of Friday. February 25, at lJr. F�. C Knorr, professor of so- the same evening In Tacoma. and I 1 -1 : 30 p.m. �' iollgy. was elected pre9ident of the a heavy squall whIch N)ntinu eU Pac.ific. Lutheran ' This Is another aspect of the li- i Two ra('lI lty members and !;Ix stu I Pierce e\'ening. the lett throughout I Pacific Lutlleran College was Lutheran Welfa.re SoCiety ot rrom :he college are taking Coun.ty at Its annual m eeti ng held The program consisted of an ex- the Huth f a m I I Y summer home. ! braxy's policy t h a t . has resulted I dent part �In the :r\orthwest Region workrecently. ("ellent. if unfamiliar. selection ot I known as Huthyme, In the will of from their war agalllst the anU · ,i shop or the Lutheran Student As­ the week behaviorists. social Last The Rev. A. W. Ramstad, profes- music from both classical and mod. Marie O. Huth, which was fIled for Cl atiOn at Copper Creek Lodge. of chemistry, was chosen vi ce- ern com posers. The cho i r sang with I probate wIth County Clerk Robert �Iooilng l-Iast announced their new I SO near Mt. RainIer, -this week end, fine system. pretiiLient of tbe organizatlon a.t the great pre<:lslon. and attacks and re- I L. Dykeman. The Rev. John Kuathe. professor saml' meeting. leases were notably good. It was I Miss H uth. well known Tacoma Th{' ten most aangerous crlm- t of religion. Is one of the main speak­ I evldellt .that director Weston H ' I <.'Ivlc leader and philanthropist who inals are: Nell Munsen. B. Hedlund. e :s. Dr. \V. C. Schnackenberg, re­ L E T ' S A LL S ! N G . :\oble's singers were thoroughly · was acUve in Lutheran Church elr- Gloria K"inge. H e l e n Simonson. I giOIl I Ilfl-t a lonal LSA adviser, w1.l1 nd I Prof. I prepared for theIr presentation, 1 eles. left an estate estimated to be Joanne Poe-neet. ll. Basehore. and I; partIClpR.te. . . L'AHTHAG8, 111.- (ACP) J. Shannon. On-HIe Riggs, noting that Carthage I College choirs generally bave one in excess of $100.000. , atherine Biery. regIon vice-pres�rost of her estate was left to her A list of the other Jawbreakers IS : K Cui lege s.luLie ll t.s are chec ked for .at- feature which they emphasi ze. St. : pos,ted on the bulletin board In the 1 Ident. Is . chairman of the workshop. 1t:ndance at chapel by sec reta.nes Olaf's emphasizes Its absolute pre· grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Alta I Prestbye 1s region secretary. he sitting In a balcony, suggested t c!slon; Conl-ordia features Its beau- Miss Huth , furnished the main library. 0 t h e r students attending the students adopt the t h e m e song : titul, rich tone Quality. Luther's lounge In South Hall and also gave e thr affair day 'whlch opened Fri� " When the Holl Is Called U p Yon· choir seems -to stress Interpretation a television set ror that dormitory. DR. ST E I N H O F F TO BE H E R E Dr. Steinhoff. president of Pacific I da) morning Include Stuart Mor· of the songs. This was particularly der. 1"11 Jle There." Synod of the ULCA, will be here IOn. David WOld. Philip Wigen and :\o10re ac.:holarshlps have been or· eyident In Christiansen' s F r o m N E W C I V I L. S E R V I C E LAWS and would like John Householder. fered (or various colleges In the Grief to Glory, w h e r e Professor I Announcement of new Civil Serv- Thursday, }<�eb. 24,with the United ;-"orman Hjelm, Rock Island, IlL, Scandinavian countries, Those \ n- Noble swept his singers trom a dell' i ce laws has be-en made. Those In- to meet together national LSA president, will be terested may contact the Mooring-, cate pianissimo to an t!xultant.. for· terested or affected should contact Lutheran students for dinner at the featured speaker. regular time. (Continued QIl Page Four) the Mooring Mast office. ...,[am editor.

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{;I'!lZ, Pall Ho:<�.. :ind B r i a n I'ri('e

:lpile of numerous handi caps we bravel y begin ,

Grades l'a.m� out Tuesday and this, of CO ll rse, caused a great man)' forms.

There W!l.9

flame prideful ('rowing from the rooftops. and an abundance o f self-satls' ft ed �mirks, w h i l e on tbe other hand, there were muffled gasps from tbe ( 'ellars, IndignatIon , blttE"rnp.:lH and ('v en tears In th£'n,:'

too,

wa"

two

men

gem('ster'!:!

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to

some Quarters, Then ,

work, at times " busy work ," e \' e n I nactlv,

t:nlleniably this is th(' high point, Ihe very reason for. going to college

within t h e X. The monogram

P

been

��.;... {: ...!

from

the

1)ean might well haye !lilt it�ulte re�lde

at

fre!ihmen

Clo\'er

the

Creek

VII,

class

president,

t

O'f"owd

followin�

the

t h

A:<kt'd aboll t

1 111'

their

is really all that counts,

. I t would SE"em that i n "fightlllg the good fight " ' the honor and dis,

! i tl{' ti\'eness I s In the fighting , not in buying a loving cu\) and InscribIng

)'our name on i t along

with the significant symbol "A," and I n telling

t,\' pryone what i nten!le exertion the achieving o r this

" ;\1 )'

trophy Is bigger aud better than yours, therefore

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trophy req uired, have more abU l ly

all <l Illy potential Is greater than yours. " Th i 9 wbole bus l n eH9 seems :-;omewha.t tutlle and mean lngles9 to u s , but then th e A mer l c: an &l uca, tlonal !I),!ltem at I huM �e('m!l rathN futile �nd meaningless to us. . The point or all IhlS Is SImply w e don t t h i n k that those Il ttle

En�ll!!h

Channel

,·n rr!!."

Apologi l' ;;; are

" The

npxt-wilh

hand-

to

Dean

px lpnd ed

Eklund. In th(' excitement someone

('art"'lessly neglected l o I n form him

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o f paper mean a heck of a lot. Possibly the reason for going to college

llere at PLC, a Chrl!ltlan college, hs\'e a double responsibility.

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()f these somewhat dubious dOlng!l Illo�a

s i t u ation-Solution :

d t" l f'�ation

ronsisting- of

Sand

Ted

a

Bon,

Berg, kettle d rums ; Ron Long, l:OW

\Varren �tathl� and his gal,

hpll!:!:

It you

tJon'l. sense this re!'ponsliJillly your tenure here has possIbly not been as

froitful as i t should ha"e been, AnywQ)'. I r you are going t o college to

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to

O ld Main Party Un� family

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many

gIrls

wonderIng

were

If

paclng

theIr

the

dream

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:\Iany

than

thai aud an er.luratlon cannot be measured on a grade report.

Remember us , , when you need printin9

. . . that's our business! GRanite�7 1 00

prog r a m s , cards, ribbons, p a m phlets,

or

Ihe

mail.

Tbe

lure.

The

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LaCros�e Pri n te rs

P R I NTERS FOR Y O U R COLLEGE Located across from th� Triple X at 118th and Pacific Avenue

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festiY3

one

example

like

average

vcrsp s-from the old

lovere'

day

standby olles

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like " Ro�es are red, violets are blue, I

I hate studying and so do you," Ihe s!llg�Jlirational

ones

lO

lilY l i e-art amI several olhers

�O\\"

<I. luI

to

Peg of

Ul il! \·alentin(, ' .'j Day Is over

l'Ullid

ha.'!

aimed

his

bow

!ling 1I0wn to tileir

regular

,

in .

:<I'\'l'ral ,lir(',·l ioll.i Ihe �irl;; are !let· routine

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o f la\l�h!ng late at night, leantl ng , (COlllinllf'd on Pae� Four}

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("011 , · " ;,,

love,vers('�

:<uperbly I n teqlrete<!.

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l itera' ! of modern .

Bernardo

PaS{IU ! :; '

In them Gerard Souzay demon,j(:'-1"

t'd well the extremes of patbo:i an , l

nimble dexterIty of wblch hf> . '

" Kpable,

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was' certa i n l y

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nothing

noor

went a long way in the

the

: home than any whl'fe i n the

There's

would

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wa!'! mo l' ''; ;,'

or on the way

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the hall wltbout being stopped and

llelj)ing of

Sollzay

at home, at work

and

pleaded with to "please" ha\'e some

boped

resen t..a t lon o f "�rencb voca

bave.

{'andYTllot just one piece, but two.

a com pel l l !

intf'resting piece of music, an.l :1I."rl

! perbaps, �1r_

there might be a sllgbtly fuller rep- \

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rJowlng o\'er, loaded down from the

welgbt

i Val engrams

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the A.B,B,

listeners perhaps

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per person was IHri()(lkaIlY ('olleel Iltlle slitls o f p per te�l l n g ho \\':" wonderful you are, three and Ihat Is a lot o f mall. � . � \\ Ith the ultlmalp ambitIon o f receinng a dIploma (some think this auto· ' Candy was another Item that seems lllalically makes them beller than tbe man In the mill ) ; If lhls is all to have found Its way Into every that Is meani ngrul in your eyes-I ' d quit. These four years mean more room Ju s t try walking down

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)l eille Seele " ) .

come true . , , every mail box was amount or l e lters

h:" ... .

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by

third

:\l endel 5 sohn's "O n \\-·l og.!! of Song,"

Spurs. Well , Valentine's Day eame people

Christ. Sometimes the

is added t o X ( X I ) to Man,!

songs

the

a n d Sdlumann'g "Dedication" (" Du

fellow would rememb-er her with a

memory

I word

l " t"

plain an abbreviation for th··

them the Xerxes l.oargo, by H andel, : two

pref!cnled

was down in

was la.te tha.t day

'II'" \ for I('� of I ' �I � ' ,· hll l·\. .

('once�t !-i ('['ie s. :\I.�. �uzay sang a ' \\-'ilho\lt (loubl 8.S delightful ;'" , , llumbfJ . ur fa m i l iar \\orks, among ,i any mllsic on the program were til·'

better a singing telegram from the mall

I here

little

dumps . , . I t seems l i ke every

what a

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three

box of candy or some flowers or still and

fllr I

in

C h r i s ! . T h i ll anclent l YTH"

The

lightful mllsk when Gerarrl Souza)'

I girl was wondering i f that certain

The

the

(',\1-11111. 1 C,I'l('ert,goer al1lte were treated 10 a program or very de-

day before Valentine's Day �fain

within

abbre\'[al l on

"1 .. ... -----------... \ "'ren('h music wa.." Alan Freed

times a dall J

musl,

an

ru

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!"ians Don Brunner, Cymllal s ; Jerry

and

I s placed

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J Christ.

01

abbreviate

50 mt-IIton '

Fromm,

\"a.,,, I · l � Th.· .

as w e have \nrl l cat,'d.

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df'rallt and his guitar, brilliantly as, l !'oi!<tf'fl by singers Karl Forsell , Don

X,

�t"r !"'� J flt4�": ;'

letters

two

' For· 1

011r humble opinion of the

: the Old

811PS II

i s to gain an education and make yourself more useful In this world. We

?�:: ,. :.;::r;���

first

for

use

Perf{'ction,(lemandlng mus I c ! a n

project.

next

IWO athletes annollll{'ed :

nearly eV('l'nhing. A " C " you saY? You are an unenlightened , stupid jerk, 0t'l'upied with Ihls . 1 bother Formosa, a Iilbl'lacp�1 dod a:l it wI·rf' \\'h('til('r or not you encountered anything dislurblng or resoh'cd .tt1)' 1)rObIPm;; �Iong the wa)' is uni mportant for , . LO all you scurrYlll g about IS the all,lmportaut GRADE wblch

f'hri!ltlan

By

an d

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rp" onlpll thi� l'la�sic ('vent.

I i /C O Y ( ' ( pron nu lwf' d

I f' t ! f' r of th f' Grrrk

: fo r

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youthful

,at

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Notes arid Footnotes

en-

lk e n

are tbese st'rawled symbols on a piece of paper. For u n u l these "gra.des" ; 1?llin ' washboard, and "Pal" tbe ('011 H)m(' Ollt rOil rt"'all)' cloll't know mUt'U, )'OU can , I even te-ll if rour study lie, to <:erenade Uncle George at J . has bcen sUCCE':lsful. You got an " A " ? {;ndoubtedly YOl l are an expert on )loscOw, This will keep Hussia too

lhe dimax

a

Creek word XPICTOS (pronounced

Heinrichs, I n

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t r

d

, fO\lnd an ItHli trerenee, a simple g r u n t o f acceptance, I t : C'orn E'll , John

be tilt' dimax of a

'

w e-re - a.s

dences , b llt not ht> fo r-e t 'amer<l!l ha ll

would appear 10 Lh(' r(\sual viewer that this awarding of grades tends to

i t )" .

T hese

I h l' Jowf'r bridge. �umb and ( "h I lled, the two gentlemen le tt

I n the old Amf'rit'sn game : " F'ret'dom of the

t"Aa..' t ions to take pit!'('e in many plaees and In many

proceeded

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u�l1al form ('onsists or

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gram I s rarely found at j l tor il )' , . i f'<l se 1600 year!. Consta ntine the I A rew more facts should be :)'1 . ( ; reat had Ihe monogram of Christ about abbreviations i n Ih!s (,(11\ . ' : plac ed Oil the shields of his eo ldler s, tlon. T h e abbreviation "X 11 ;, • 1 .

lI nflinehingly tore

bathing t r u n k 9,

w a l f'r

of !<(('rl in� import. Th l' lii!werning rcailer will in�Lantly

In

in

:<om (' w h a t hastily for

that w e w !'ilt! i n the HBme haphazard \'f'in. If \Vall K elly dO E'!l n ' t p ro' t!ul'e another book in the near fllture \\"e'l\ be forr e d to q u i t tor lac k of

material to stell.\.

thelll,

rore

The most

has

off their bathrobe!l and t 'loth ed only

h a l tl f'd the swollen {'urrent until at l a � l , I h ree minutes and 2 6 seconds la t !' r, Ihey were drag ged from the

!'ligbtly lI:<f>d ball 'point lien (t"om]llimpnt!O of the t"orree shop floor) ant! ,Willi' borro\\"(>d notebook riller we begin Ihi;; 5em<':lter, a Hell1e�ter whh 'h

lit"' Ull('

they

Ult'an?

Ihe

� w i l11!1lf'r� alon�the banks , the t wo

·and Ilespihl all .ledarations t o til(' contrary w e are iJ;u·k. \...·i th a

llrollli�es 10

the

!lye!; a t I h e s ituati on w h i ch l a y b e -

Ihe

' : " o w l � o f 0111' t'H-r,I()\'in� .-ricit-:I \\ ould f o n l' 11:< i n l o thi,; volulltary n' tir("

:<ee

on

rI s i n g

Encoll raged by the ('heerlng from

n

h,'!ll'\'P:<

the

�l r��:w:� ; 5:<�:�� s bI1��e�, :�:

. I"t" ' k l l'.� � l y \\;wdl'rill� 011 1 1)11 l i Tl1iJ� a n d i nto darknl'';� of 1 ile f(' l a t i \'l'ly unknown. \\'" i n t f'ndprl to quit t ill' journal , i:<tk j::alll(' alld \\' ('1"(' �Oill).{ 10 a 1 t C lll\H to l'p\'i\-,' I hl' now npar!y l i fel C:>i'I, IO!l� i!la<"lh'�' :<{'hola r'-a I H'a]' phallla:<m. I'a,.; du t O i l I , S. S., tholt flam, boyant \·('I! i.-!t> of I I l �'ra]'y f'XP]'t,,,,; i UIl. i :< bal k 10 lilaguc the r " ader of t he ' :\I.,!. We ha.1 t hought thitl the pro\t'"ting: s.- rf'l'dlc:< and till'headed Pr{'S-s"

a I o n ('

�\lrHyed

II

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la i ;� ': r � !: \5 ��:� :t! h: hll:r ;�.r ' J r r e " I

an anc i ent

mbol

ho

hnok ru;lrk". lLI11f'1H'lHlla. and stoles . W h f'r!"' dlrl il ('(Jill(' from? \Vhal does

Clover

Z.

f'r('('k. Gazing with ('001. calculating

ths

Nordqu ist . Carl.trom

1I11:-nl. bUI Our t'liitor

Feb.

Clost'ly 'r('181('d

Friedrich Re.t

hi

T i' C H "�. "1"I,loc:r<l1l1 o f ('hri�t and ollr C.S.A. +' llIbl " :ql\H';\I" 0 r l" P n on altars , UL

PLC .

G O L D order to uphold t h e rlignity or bblng

A Superci lious Sneer

1111'

:<100<1

OH'11

and

laJ!;e. As agreed,

n::V Al'"UI';

.RAY

Two

hallk�

Doth

P A l · ( . I, I ' � I { Y

aga i

\\'(',l np:<,lay.

at

S P EAKS

prominent on t h e camplls. Mr. Low, I Cbristos ) , Th l) l e tters ('II Hetnrkhs and Mr. Dan \Vllken· l -tbe name or Christ.

IJO HOT I \�:�I��I �!�.� L n u � .. S p r y . ,'Iy']., HJ-:YJ-:ru.Y PIEH�O:\", :-'I·II H I.J-;Y

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s w i lllmer�

( ' r N'k h a d bef'1l unbeaten.

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h fill' fl!!lt round of pia) Is coming nf I II(> dly or Sl}Okam', Let t e Whitworth rootera l l ll l I-� I r�repn ( onf('T{' nu' baske t � ' {'rla jll \0 an end and thr� tealDs are seekgloat if they want, the season i.n't over yet. Consilierin� the tart that I ball I"IHlSt> ,' ia a 76-62 \1Clory at e T both t�u." Whit !' and 1 1\(' LUlf's must finish with a win �reak to maintain i :;::t� l;� Ir���lf�l� ��:��I�:'; �'� ��:: The Pacific Lutheran Gl d ia o rs, i ;n��:��hn�I/:\� ; 3�n��:��;1 1 �hed il e t e an n : by breaking up Ehslern Wa S hing. ! t�{' playoff DOf'.!< lbll i t r. ! wonder wht'rE' tht> playoff game \\"HI lake place. 1 �ln.."a l :! � n a c . n k a I gam s nd tbelr round nnd ('ndc(1 till with a 12 and , ]"(Jh:tbly a n" 1 I 1 I"al 1'0111"1 sOmCWbf'H'. I don·t IIk(' the �N lIl) for the NAtA , e1ght t?n'e zo�e _defense, defeated tho : :! record. ft'rf'n{'p streak was halted at the P:\!lt week th8 Savages ".'i ·,,3 lasl Friday night at " playoffs Uli!l yenr. Arl'o rdlng to the alhlf'lle director over at Gonzaga I' (, r 1 0 a r , game". I I " nt s oVerpowered \. ni\·('!"slt)". if PLC {'omes out on top of r:vergreen standings we me e t 'I ar\' Adams 100 all scorers with eh :n('y. I GOOdl'S Gulch 62,�s and thumped . I LC, lipa \�'JOnlng their eighth (�·onza�a on ( h (' i ' homf' 1"'01l1"t, bat if Whitworth takes us, the Pirates :! .... points for the Pirates, 20 ot the .Iokf'rs n.:?:i, n e ame, had to count I h lea nlt' et the DIIlldo.i1:s on th(' netllral SPOkan e Coleslum maple s . DeJa nl i n c's ke P l In the r ace b r g t hem coming I n the ·tlrst half, while 011l rath(' 1 I twOgusharpshootlng guards." . ' b��tl�,g the C.re\\, CUU!l � 1 .3_� , th n Hoss, Jac k Sinderson. and Hy the way. did )·011 .knO\: that the Lllte�'I are first place hold('rll III ' Jack Sinderson and Al Gubrud, to ' • . th to : Hall ! I h.1l � or �IQ ul st � ere top s fo r � l Al Gub rud, bJ,1l nx the ba _ o H rcOml fll!:" ha"k�tbal1 dt"fi'n;;e in �mall 1 " . �. ,o\lp�es�. Cong:ralll, G1adll� . I i . tA�. 3� , � �. s . by . U,_ t'N � .ro�.� ...a "'nth h. '-.' -'q;Q 10 potn.t&• .I(�( I�W �.��!t rrom the y· ·��{; ,fi�·:\ ·W.h ey 'LT:;'�� "...�jO:"·�· � · . . • � , ,.. .-..tC a t Offr tbrep re1ria1nlll/l:" ,e:ame!\. We atlll have Eastern, a game but could get tle by.. win. re !' pectively. . In the rtrst half helped PLC to Its U.B.C., and C.P,S. to go, not a son touch for u". but )'et omewh .t pasl er nlng their rtnal Itame. I ' LC had one of its worst mgh18 f Iha l� Whltworth'lI two rPlllaiOtng games. We mt'eL all lhre<e foes at bomp, of the SP3 son as they hit only 15 � 6�� IP�� :: . r y 4.0 Iv)' l-�all ( A ) 811p�d to third spot . ea l willie the lUust tl"3\"('I to meet Eastern and Central. I think 1"11 &end of 56 shots from tbe field for a 26.8 I d e d 't d I f n an by thl."lr 10sM to DeJanJlne·s. The I a a lellpr to Coadl Leo �ic'holson wishing him the bE'"t of lu('k. Central's IWrt·pnlage. They connected on 32 boys from below have 0. chance to � � � s�I�� � �: � / �; a ho l h ern d t e t . be lack of height. downfall wl'1l III all probability nIake It a three·way tie j( they win of oJ :? free throw attempts, however, era I tf�es by {"niPioylng a ,. b.all their down last two games. margin \\·h victory the kept u l lch oni ·Eastern first the 0111' see bal to be cl In will b cha.nce ght T en h T he Omegas caught tire In the al'tion, the Lutes prerlOllsly having def('ateci Hed R('("se'!I boys In Ken . c on s iderably. �:: �:�a\��: :�a�:t �;f:t;;! a a t /ampalg l and now t PLC S CO R I N G e o n h i l .'! tay In the ball game by shooting I ; : �: :� �� :;: r I Pta, !t s ���t�s � �o l::�;�:��:��;r:I;�:��O:� �o��:��� t:e :�r��. 9 out of 1 1\ for a .500 shootlng, per. ! , 7 Other �ames dur\ng the woek : . . ...... 2 1 . . , \on Quist I a n t e e i l1 l I'enl gr in t.hp fIrst half. PLC, by 1 T:u'oma o\'er Clover Creek, by e. for. I i l . .. 2:)0 applying i ( 1 on a tight ti:fen:le.ln the sec· : : ��'rr:�I: t:;I�:����t�� :::: ��� I�;'� ��\�'\a :.�\ :��,��;, ��n�:I� 1:t�:�t� �: h� :.:� � l} I P '!' ff' i t : Omegas ov(>r Ivy Hall ( D L .. 217 on l hair. cau!lcd I·.astcrn 8 !l hoo U ng j 711.:!(i: C in 1 9 f d . 1'.B.C. brings along John �kLeod. who lioorPl' :In all.("onfrl"t'n('e himp ll over Clover Creek , . . .. . . .. .. 204 1 l · .a l()n g with I'hi\ .Jordon (,-om Whitworth was top point gf'tter In all·con· " I (I f> 1an fall off to an. o\·er· all � 6 O�lt 7 3 0.[ 1 fj�j.:! I : Joker� over Central, 3�.32: .. ...... ........ 1 6 ·1 - for a 3� pencn t�f'b t !l ool1n f('rpnce t('am �f> I f'!'Iloll� from Ia.st year. . .... ...... .. 1-17 a�(>. J)kk r� d wa "ds, h asteg n,aV"I · l l'I (J\ �� r (·re ek ove l" the Facully, 59for 8 r one -1-1 : (' h l mp:'! 0 \. e r Q{)och'� Gulch STRA N G E HAPPENI NGS .. ... . , .J(>r:;ta(1 of the I('ague'!'! LOp scorers, was held '.I . - '19 . � points hy the Lutes alrt i ght l Earlh.'r i 1l the wh('n lOUring the Pierce County Court House l i{ou in ' : � t ' I J l It> ( OU ell ta e tennis tourna. b b . . . .... .... 2:> fanson . l dell'ns(> . and <:ounty Jail. as part of the Crime Prevention Week program, spon. \'.'1 Ii"lkt'r "d1t·�lule will be POllted In the . . . .............. . ... .•....... :; The WIIH1 �r('d loeally by th(' sherifr� office, I learned a little fact whll'h to me .� Ian lng. • .Lut.es s<:orl�. g \\'asr iI lllfo!I('nt . .' . ar rutu n'. I 'la )' will start Immedl . I lias interesting. Sheriff Harold Bird'S office walls aN" ,overed with pl ('· J.,c:g: " a , most e\·en , �· u l stnbuled W!l h � 0 . al(' y. I . ..... . .. 1 0 1 the first 5 in the double figurelj. IIII"('S of fa mous sJlort fi.c; l rp:< of the past 30 odd years. T he sheriff's l L�AGU E STANDINGS a.ldi{ion is a picture taken of he and Rocky �Iardano lIhaklng hands. l l lpin 5 ; ·'Sindy·· was high for the Lutes und ; .\1 . Hanson . Ol1so for the game wIth 13 po1.n.ta. I (Inciudlng games played Feb. 16) t!lf' datI" bein� 1allt )"(>ar wtwn thl' heavyweight ('hamplon was on a ref· I I followed by Gubrud with :,;ol"d· 1 ,·rpeln.c: tour in the :'\onhwt"'st .The dlamp had made It a )>olnt 1 0 look : F I E L D GOAL PCT, 1 6 G me W n L ost ( � Quist with 1 1 , and Hoover and Kel· !':orth Hall (3)- . Harold bp,'flUsP he rE'memhpred h i m from his �oldlering days just : . .. .... 102 ct. �N derman with 10 and 8 poi n s each. DeJanllne's ... 4O 8 :Ift;>r Wo rld WOlr 11. _ 11 7 ' Sinderson H. .. . . .10 In· H a l l ( A l . l I t seems that our present sher!ff had hired Rocky a s a sparring ! itOHS 42· 6 . . ' 41 4 ' He sen'es a purpose in this school, C re \\' C lits .... 42 9 l�artnN for Dig Ditl Little, Tacoma heaY)'"\\"eight prospect. "Poor" Rocky, I l£oover 61 . 4 '8 On which no man can frown, Omegas ...... . .. ....... . . ... ... . . 8 over 5'10� and has only a 67" reach coul u n't even hit :\"or(\Qui s l .... 1 who stands .88 . He Quietly sits I n every class, Gooch's : Gukh . ....... 7 a 33 Bi� niH. but 11(' was IHI.PPY w i t h the small check nd the chance to exer- Gubrtu\ ........ 5 And keeps the average down. . .6 Tacoma . ...... ......... .. . .. .. . 7 71 rise. That was In 19.16-apparent!y the Bro ckton Busler has overcome I Kelderman tubs ...... .................. 6 what might seemingly be called a handicap. In fact ht' Ulust ba\'e done PATRONIZE O U R A D V E R T I S E R S Centrol S . . .. ....... .. 6 Barracks F R E E T H R O W PCT. (21 Games) . .._ __ ._ it (juitt' early in hill I.lrofessional ('areer because on his way to the world Chi mps . 6 No. Pet. .·hampionship he knol'kpd out about 90 percent of his opponenls and . When You Want Books Facul ty ....... .............. . ... . ...... 5 7 9 ,6 I . � Sinderson dt'dsioll('d the resl. . . . 10 J. p, Carlstrom. clau of '54 and former A.S,B, treasurer. who i a with ' �u b r ld ' ::: ::::::: S I Booksell er and Stationer the Army in Germany, haa been appOinted to the Southern Area Com- i oover ...... . .. Clo\·er Creek . .... ...... , ......... .... 2 11 . ... ... 95 6' •. 9 , �ordQuist . mand ski team, On the same ski team is Brooks Dodge of the 1954 winter I i 932 pacif C �� BR, 4629 h·y all ( IJI ........................ . 0 1 3 H 60. 7 � a� . Wash. Olympics. H e w i l l begin skiing with t h e team In t h e Bavarian Alps reaort : Ross .................................... 65 • Have finished rtrst round of play. 55A : 6? Kelderman .h on the 20th of · �' · PATRONIZE O U R A � E R� '8ER8 - · � ;; _ _ T __ III

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A ttentloll. all male one . act rt'asons f r I ompf'lltn , South H a l l Sojourn p:Oll \"(' 1I('\"('r seen a bargaIn berore. p l a \ s IThf'<;e " �re he d III tile C\IS (' N'd t he,.stage rrom lil(> ba('k ' r{l SN' ing one you w ant yo\l , "h(>arts and flowers" In e O the tia r ken e·d aud i torium .\" o bl y J ,t:t't yOllr room cleaned , clothes trad i u; n , \'al enWne'" Day In Soutll 1 ��II�� I�ltt h����:) �<;:I� r: :s �:�O\�� HaI I w a s a day of engagements, i rone( , {".ar washed an( som StadllllIl Th� P ot B o l I � r , Puyallup e i<opranos a lld at'ilievf'd . , \\'0 ti ng off, all ,<P l1l ors an d a j u nio r announced I t h t yon ve been put Whlt� Tabl�cloth, F'rankl!n Pi erce 1 on Car ol of th� Drum, anI.! Iht' m t e k the eJo:citing news in the fo llowIng ' arol yn , Clo\ CI Park, Good h of thl' fugue smoo treatment t .t a ft e u T h e vL a st On�; an d O rt i ng , F og i n 8 z p � ku h n , t a. o n !-'rlday Ill bht and make your bid ' , r e Are :'\o t of the F'lesh . " from u i i na al hough not a l l ey. th � m o et . J�su, Priceless Treas. S o u I HallilE', officially m a d e for whateyer yon would like done, ' l I I I l t h e r enga�eme l t to Len Xel· Wor k ('olllmences a.t 9 ; 00 a.m. Sat· k no\\ ' l Il ' s dlOir contains several ' Plly :I�UPP1�:;h t l � o er t u son . ;, 4 grad , by passlIlg chocolates urday. Don't miss this opp rtunity! Pran k l i n Pierce . ,"oi(-(>s and they \\'l're atl, fin(' , ner.llp w as a t thf' Senior girls party i n tbe TV j )lii<5 aro \IcBride was c hosen rnir"ably ulillzed In )londay's COil · o u n ge s� nda\" evening, A few min. i thl' be�t a<'" tress (or the evening ,'('rI. Thf're W('rE' a few slight dc. utes later th � girls were ask d to Roger Lrke�, (Continued from Page Two) "jatl O Il" of pitch Inn t hey corne to \t arlon Gabrielsen's r om, o I I ) Ph. all\ Moz.art l an as one can ge L hardly 1I0 tit-E'.'l ble anft did nbl d'e-I ",erf' contes tants from the troPhY ' repo t g E' 1 " here thE' rd piece of liste na b l '\ lIlnmg <:('hool It ,\ as a tnu· t f rom the exc elle n t perform. r:heIV:�gage�e �� o l a n n O ll n I mUSIC, M r Sou z a), It seems. dis MT Elberson \l as the fae ult) ad I Glorla Ah, well. perfection is a goal \ l nge and 0 B Fjelstad, rom the opera tlnetl) remo\ e-d It t we k now we {'an not al ta i n but for ' I Ber of the ('on t est , \l h i e h was , PLC semor :'\eedJess to say more and ma de a straIght concert piece , which we strl"e ne\'ertheless, s p on so red by Alpha Psi Omega, the I dlO colateS ! o u t o f i t- with no damage done. largest national speech fraternity. Orc hitis to We510n H. ;-';obJe and )lo n day e\'enlng a b o u t 1 0 : 3 0 I thInk that the hope Is u nan l- the Lu,ther Col ege Choir for a rea . through the speech departmenL The screams of " engagement" ec hoed that per tbe mous fine o level · f Iy notch perrormanC" e� L t ".; p l Y S were �Irected by Morris Hen· l .through the halls again and e"ery. � [ormances we have beard In th is d fl c k son , a 5 1 graduate of Pacitlc one went racing down to B.10 to hop e they return again soon. year'!! series will continue In future • LUlheran College, behold Jean Christianson witb that ears. Alpha Psi Omega there "certain sparkle" on her left hand. y From

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The M ooring Mas t

VO L U M E

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NU MBER 17

32,

P U B L I S H E D BY T H E S T U D E N T S O F P A C I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E

F R I DAY, F E B R U A R Y 28, 1955

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, r', ,.. ;:, � L _W� , c: '" - W. 'Vih 4-. . -::JCoach Marv Harshman Jnd hi s I-man varsity basketbJII Spokane [his FridThe ay morning forfiSaturday night's plsquad ayoff gameforwith Whitworth. two (earns n i s hed season as co-champions. WI

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On Wednesday. March the PLC debate team WIll leave for l..Jntleld I C<>llege !n Mo�f!nnville. Oregon. 30 mile� south or Portland. They \\i ll (850 leave at 2 : 30 and make their trip In Mark Twain "Detective Story v. To Be P resen te d For ,he rollege sta'tlon wagon and two cars. The.. team will return Sunday morning. Omnibus of Arts Progra m in C-M-S This Evening 8:00 PLC will be defendIng four Last night's performance of the a big ovation and an encore tol- i entertaining. The cast Includes the of sweepstakes winnings. Debate Omnibus or the Arts. featuring the lowed . following: Be\'erly Smith, Helen 51- Coach ?fr. Karl prerllru a difficult ,triel champion w111 represent the Omnibus Dand, was outstanding. I evening t h e r e will be a monson, Tom Reeves. Teresa Lind· tournament for many of the colleges �ta.te at the· natlonsl :-.rAIA to'Urney The band was directed by Jerry Mark T�-aln story pre-sentat1on of sey. Ray �elsen. Kay Wise. Paul ,have very mrong teams this year. in Kansas City, Mo. Bayne. A tew outstanding selections "A Do u b i e Ba�relled Oe-tectlve Bast1ngs, Diek Barnwell, Virginia The seventeen member squad will The Lutes ana Pirates have met were as follows: "Strike Up the I Story," UDder the direction of Jerry Thompson, Larry Shoberg, Bill Da.- be accompanied by Mr. Jon Erlc.�on twice this season, with PLC taking Mr. Theodore Karl. Mr, Karl an 8i-77 decision In Parkland and nand," by George Gershwin; "Dark I Slattum and Marlon Leonard. which vis. Mary Allee Drexel. Ray Mensch. Eyes," a Rusalon folk song; ",MBrdl J promises to be very humorous and Ida Jo Gronke and Noble Anderson. the flf't.h year will be member rthe Whits winning a.t h<J1D.e. 76�.2. ezel.'!nUT9 eommt.ttoo of the Last yeo.r the eame three teams Saturday rtlgnt maY'h the oilmas Gras," by Ferdl Grofe; "Stars and This tournament will of this yea.r's Omnibus. when the Stripes Forever." by John PhH1p I In the NAtA d.18trict meet. the SIlver Annlvel'8ary or the PLC � Sousa, and "God Bias'S America," by m n .I U S Omnibus chorus of 50 voices, direct· Gonzaga, but lost to Whitworth. ,'hQ ed by Steve Brandt. will be present.- Ltnneld Tournament. Irving Berlin. games were played ed. Selections s.re from "A Tribute The 8'ludents and the events they on the Lute nOOT. Norman Fosburg presented a Mne comp te in e unior dIvision. ' Fred. .... e In m · ar : J seven of the last el� easons to Romberg." arranged by trumpet solo. An outstanding clar- 0 rese n Ahin SyIllng, Impromptu, a I e s. PLC has been In tl1e NAIAt s�trict Waring. Inet 8010 entlUed "llacb va. Beet· I The girls' chorus will Sing some meet. 1950 the Lutes were (Continued on Page Four) bO\'en," was presented 5y DaYid I .... (rict champions and made the trek Knudson a�ol!n Raey. who were � r t S h OW well chosen sacred numbers. to Kansas City. They lost out In the also key fac to M for the presenta- ' first rou nd to Hutings (Neb.) tlon ot the Omnibus band. A trum· Along .....Ith tbe OmnJbus or the Ch ' I Teacher's College. pet lrlo number by Gerald Bayne" Arts, an art exhibit will be held Harshman plans to string along �orman Fosburg and Glen Hull was ' after each eveDlng performance In (Continued on Page Three) on the agenda also. Very outstand· the old chapel. It will also be open Don Gaarder estimates that 425 0 f W I Ing playing asa baritune 9OIoiet was ; during the performance days for �tudent body tickets will be sold To lt ke City. tah. and r r o m U for the Music·Dra.ma Festival, B.S ! '"iewlng, Lind Carlson. a· treshman Sa La O ttl' cerS Coeur d·Alene. who shows much I The exblbH consists of all.student OHr 400 had been ordered up to this back, 18 ethe plan for this y�r's I : promising ability, ' for s.d· paid the WGS $1.00 morning. . fundamentals art. of �:;S�� M���: ..God \ c.... orkifrom the After the r n I number, �: �:�will 'r ��� ve design and public school vance order of the .ticket adn the deparL a te Their first�� concert be A - W Dless America," the audience gave I arreat t classes according to Larry Pet. '. remaining cost will be paid when I \ , g I v e n In Denny Park Lutheran ' arrives, ticket tbe C erson. student director. Water OI· Church In Seattle Tuesday. night, I ors, tempa painting, clay modeling, aod Wednesday they are traveling I oIl painting sculpturing wm be AWS State Conven· Is Hosl the featured displays, to Spokane. From there their triP tionThewasyearly held at Western on Febru· SI 10 will take them to Couer d'Alene. Last night In the C-M·S auditor· and 19. All colleges and jun. ary 18 Lewiston. Boise, Pocatello, Amerl. lor tum the Omnibus band. under the colleges In Wuh1ngoton were H i gh Schoolers' direction d a a F nd of Jerry Bayne, W&8 hee..rd. I �:�ls ��S'Id!�:���den a�d s:l� Invited, Those attending tram PLC C 1'1 1'0 : Harriet Vorvick, president ; Tonight at 8 15 p m . the play. "A Lake City In Utah; and then back were e president -and vl�president for Double Barrelled Detective Story:' to Nampa, Idaho, and to La. Grande rth the following rterm, Betty Jean ConFrldl\Y and BaotW'd'ay, February b), Mark T.....ain. will be I1ven. Di· and Hermiston in Oregon. The tour <dray and Thelma. Nygaard, respec· ·111 . have the privl rected by Jerry Slattum and Marlon Tuesday, March I, at 9 50 sharp witt take two weekll. 25 and 26 PLC ... c t Wickstrom, ,the a.dvlser, lege of having students tram high Leonard, it feaures a ast or fIfteen the Student Council will present to The Choir or the We!Jt. Is present· h'lsoely..as�Uss . students Wash· of state hools all over the the student body a revised Student Ing a varied program of choral mu- a. .... presentconsisted at a con· mgton The hleh echoolers will be I Saturday a.t 8 15 p m . In the Association constitution. sic. Including Bach's motet "Jesu, The program here til take part. In the second an C·M·S aud1torlum, the Omnibus I n November a corhmrttee or five Prlooless Treaeure," Healy WIllan's cert by Rafael Mtmdez, the trum­ being �ual hIgh school tournament Chorus, under tbe direction of Steve seniors �-as appointed by the Stu- "An Apostrophe to 10he Heavenly peter ; followed by a cofree hour. sponsored by the Washington State I Drandt. ....ill be·hea.rd In "A Tribute I dent Council to take the present Hosts," "Anhetung des KJndes," by The topiCS covered at the conven­ Deb&te Coaches A980cia.t1on, to Romber�." Sacred eelectlons will constitution, wh-lch has had tew re- the con-temporary German compos- tion on Sa.turday were standards parUcipasllon In AWS Our college speech department Is be presented by the glr}e' chorus. visions In Its seven-year history, er' Heinz Lau and Randall Tbomp- Bndr allhours; women students, an AWS to happy to ad as Its hosL PI Kappa. Working ,topther to present the study it. then compare it with some soo's '·AlIelul�." Among the other constitution, the AWS workIng with D e l ;( a Is 'bandltnl' arrangements Omnibus haYe been the following thirty collBtitutions of other student works roundina: out t.be program others. programs for your AWS, and pro- are F, Melius Christiansen's "So.....Ith Tom Swindklnd, serving as directors and organlzaotlonal repr&- governments and then general student cba1rman 8.Dd Judy I sentatlves: Sandra Jacobs, Larry duce a rensed constitution, The �a" and "Lost. · In the Ntght," money-makIng projects. Saturday Bureker- and CG.n ttle Hustad act1ng Peterson, Jl;>hn Reay, Dave Knut· constitution committee, coml)O&e!d Ksllnnlkolf's "A g n u s Dei," and night clated. with a banquet.beld at as hts 8.aalstanta. Mr. Theodore 'I son, J e r r y Slattum, 8111 .F1nkle, ot OIeDD Johnson, chairI!l.8.D; Nancy "Carol ot the Drum," by Katherine I The conyentlon wlll be Gonzaga next year. (ConUnuec! on Page Fov) K. Davis. SteTe Brandt. a.nd Jerry Bayne. (Continued 00 Pue Four) I As tne cl1ief e x p l a i n s to nis friends the murder of F lint, the townspeoole l isten in rapt attention. This <'I scene taken at a recent rehearsal of "A Double Barrelled Detective Story," to be pre«ented tnl. e .... e n i n g at 8 : 1 5 o'clock t h e C h a pel-Muaic-Speecn auditorium.

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Page Two

Friday, Feb ruary 28, 1955

T H E M O O R I N G MAST

Let:t:ers To The E d itor

'l he Moorill9 lU lls,-

Publlsbed every Friday during tbe school year by studente of PacIfic Luther.. n Col lege. Telephone GRanite 8611 Office: Student Union Sub!'rri]Hion Prlce-$3.00 per year

? a��I !v�sfoIr!� I on �:�� States��rsho�high "rhe United of whether �ingld rhe singlepa��questi��on�/:��

f or no[.as" iThree its higharcprotcctive abolish pupils I, school ght ofhun­the f the weihundred speaking tarias furgently Three I nation' s decision rested on the powcr of th.e.oirnwords. a su.bjec[, that in hours put m�ny stud �aveschool dred �"-ts \�'hohigh material. credit not s partiCipating mostThis we, eass, of whetherintoor ournotstudi theas question brings toputmind much prepJrJtion quite college students. her or s hi school n i PUt must debator a high the s ect. onus.which to reflma­ nCorg subject An interesti for little embJrrassi [('butrial.JXrhaps of many g n for Thn us, a inspiration c n iwell students ss: Andng weus iss areuseleprepari s dullserveorforastheirouran work -topic theirmore fecieven do notThese e studi interested: be d shoul for graduation, '-\� '..��� . and more important,_�the future', T.im� spent in

Another semester has begun and . students eagerly head t o.... ard n e.....

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classes expecting to find .ne�' areas

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EDITC)H.I:\"·C' I I I · I'-. . . :S 1::\\·S J-:\l�TOH . .

fourth

This beIng my

or thought.

semester at PLC, I find myseH do·

g; P';

fo r (re di l .

ing the same thing. I look forward

JOA� K ITTELSON

to new elasses and new subjects- as

KATlfEHINE SA:S:S I;:RUD

a ('hange frOtll the old ones. A 1 1 < l l l ang(,I", Barbara Gronke, Ar. �TAFF-Loi� I':r-eknllll. A l change is always welcome in the ICJH' l\al("'I". ])111'1' t-':nglllllU . .Janel Sv ef"Il, J i m Lokken. routine of life. . .. ... .. .JOAN:-..' E POENCET FJ-: ATUItE 1·:J)ITOH And with tbls starched-collar In· I-'E A T e H "; ST A 1·'J·'-B(·\"t!rly S\"l:�J1ill�SOIl, Phil :'\oruQtlist, Ted Carlstrom, �J-:\\·S

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�"c �I � .��"1i�:. ��Il... ���:l�. �':.l*:�' ��(>-:.J��� �,.,.!-."n�"\,. �Wil':'�., .

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lJ"nrh;.. I �. """" .�A biggest gripe

the

...ft.

sections of

.. DOROTHY JOHNSON Mooring MasL This week

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. . . . .. JtA Y G O L D t h e hours standing a s they d o . It I s

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common lea\'es

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forgot

Carlstrom

to write

Tacoma

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to

the

at

S.S. tilis week-it could be

Lo

the

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dorm

by

fif-

eleven o'clock i f

not

fast.

that

Pity

S u s

poor

j

e

Snirkelfrltz i f she was due I n a t

se(·ont\ t:onset'uti\"l� wt'ek we cont ribute to the editorial page our mum·

just

However, for the

disagreeable of late; it could be thal lt·s "smart," collegiate, I ntellectual ;

each allegation.

We would like to discuss the seeming "festivallzlng" tendency that

we are living with at PLC, along with the concommlttant culture that come hand·in·hand \\1 th it. This Is. something that might be called the

"Attend·Concerrs-Plays-F'e stlvaIR-F'ish Fry and Stomps six nights a week a.

are voted o n by the Student Bod y.

I

if s he had t

about

e

have

e

I a unUI

elenn-thirty

How-

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r

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sit

merc pitt.ance-

fair. We wonder, couldn't some allowance be made for the bus? Much

the same thing can be said for the

Insufficient half-hour after concerts

a�d e'·ents on campus. I t I s Impos· of coUee and get

l

schedule of activities and there Is little chance for them to advance up

the scalEtt but with comparative ease they can be dropped even lower. No

other recourse seelDs open unless you are one of those Introverts \\ith

"no persona 1 Ity"-a recluse, as It were--who studies and Is snIckered at

because of his considered abnormalcy. Whatever you do, don't leave the ranks of your stereotyped brethren, for progress is ont to be had in this

I

girl in on time In half an hour,

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"intelligently" about everything-the college graduate will find this easy

JOE MYERS

shibboleths,

catch phrases and obvious platitudes and

fOOfS

or Jife.

to

dreams;

to

their

talkJa

Rest In the heart where my Jesus

accidentally miss a performance. Possibly you don't even have to have

,to the paint

where you are constantly weak-walleted. The poInt of financial embar. rassment Is, In most cases, reached with ease and should merit more attention In many Quarters. The point

ot

nIl this? Probably It's simply doubt creeping In-we 're

just not absolutely sure all this hurrying and scurrying abou1. Is neces·

sary. Maybe, In the end.-thls Is what counts. Wish someone would define the real purpose in words that have meanIng so tbat an unenlightened

person with doubts could know wbere he stands or wbere he might profitably stand.

,

ol"gnnlza4,jolls are

to

Co](cge l !'l IJke a laundry-you get _

night

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times a day at work or on the

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There's

noth1"ng \

like

a

tanclluI

diminishing returns Is reached where you are 8'imply gOing Though Fantasy's blind, yet a n an­ swer It seems, good game motions of receIving an education-you fooling yourself. Who knows, maybe some of this uproar Is But Submission succumbs and only knows he and you don't have to feel like an uncultured slob If you

of guilt If you don' t support these things financially

t he' d i fferent

f!l('el -'farch 2 at '; p.m.

are all giv'n to the giver

Others may turn

to

be a well· rounded Individual when you graduate. Maybe atter a while

unnecessary

AI! carni val booth chairmen from

less strife

And

Possibly tbere i s a sllghtly broader scope to this educaUon bUSiness,

a fcellng

P�IZ?

H lme, ad\"crl l! s l n g .

Sad sorrows cease from their rest·

honorable estate!

but are only

are

the world's throes.

lege grads are scJntlllatlng), inject the aforementioned at random with a

through the

carnival

the

Is a place of sweet refuge from all

tone of authority and Instantly you wlll pass as an expert My, what an

the point of

ot

the woes

then when en.

gaged In sclnllllating conYersation (obviously all conversations with col-

'however. Maybe (we leave room for doubt) you don't have to belong ten different organizations and attend a different conceI'lt every night

I

Grace All-Sufficient I

For from the clamor and gnaw

ellough to do, Certainly we must memorize a few large worda, aO Dle

tor

but you never recognize It.

at home,

Respectfully,

by John Cook

! ri

n

Saturday

ru les that we now lack. A t least ,tha.t is the way IT SEEMS TO ME.

I\.onts? And of course the absolute necessity is seen in being able to talk

n

t

will present their

about It ? The least we can hope tor a knowledge of our la\\'"5 and

lng to smile and to make small talk and learning to tie naHy "windsor"

..:fo" .

out of It Just wh at you put into it­

from Portland. They will offer va·

in the gym.

your comments, Mr. Reader. How

fashion! Is not college for the p u rpose or developing personality, learn-

Chairmen

cities on the coast. The carnival to

,jQmeone once drew a. ('ompari:;OD between college and the proverbial , ("hanged or modified? In follo"ing American "rate race." In many respects there Is a remarkable resem· � weeks I hope to touch other points. blance. You rush hither and yon about campus attempting to do too I n the meantime I'd like to hear

justice to notblng. Your textbooks are relegated to rtftb place In your

names

of theIr candidates

be presented by Tommy and Benny

is a situation that seems a bit un·

i the

the

asked to turn

raise funds for the Saga wHI follow

on the

rna.lter where you 50. "Dut I'm broke," comes a protestation-a trlvlnBty, yoU dolt. Perhav-, tbt:> stand we take might s�m a trifle extreme, so let 116 say that J t I e [or ThIs Is not a PErsonal irri tation o to be the sole possessors I column, I write this ·with all due he sake of argument. \\I.e certainly d n't claim us a clear, all-encompasslng view. So f respect for the rules. I only won· of�any vanulge pOi '" that gives s ....... n not p ss for the fina1 answer, i t is a personal observa' der, what are the reason s for these what we ay � . . . Criticism. rules and why couldn't they be tion whl . u Is obvlousJ} Open to

many things I n too short a time and as a most frequent result you do

In

are

by March 9 . The main program will

I

the SUD, or she may just go in. This

[ I1U

I I

( a riety acts and music. They have

front steps and talk, watch TV in

1

The organizations

twelve f r o m

to

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twelve

ul.lil h

She

_'1 81 ble to get a cup

movement" to the net end of becoming cultured, happy, wealthy and wise. E\'erybod y a p:u·venu! Al l this at a cost of only $93.73,

didn't make I t i n time.

ml esler,

maybe we haven't been getting up for breakfast orten enough. I t has

In

bus.

���� :�� � � �: � � ; �����

e ve r,

iilight be Questioned-Quite honestly we real1y can·t say why we are so

been suggested Ihat we are shallow, ill-mannered bumpkius. There Is un·

caught lhat

and

ele\'en

bl ed, Incoherent dissent. :\"ow our motives for writing I n a negative vein

doubtedly some truth

this time. The Queen, who Is n freshman, and the king, a senior,

leave Tacoma at fifteen min.

that the t'ontt"'nl o r the :'>last woul d ha\· e been better oft without our

:;(·dbbled offe i n g, A pox on all of you that concur!

S

every

ilLes to eleven. The busses are just

... ....�. ,. .

"business manager; p. m. In the Chapel-Music-SpeeCh Walt Schwindt, ! i t a Schnell, coronation; Dick building with Burt �lcMurtry as A n odl\"edL carnIval chairman ; Lee master or ceremonies. Tha Saga :\" sollclt!ng; L..1.rry sebel·g, Queen and king will b e crowned at R�

bus

all know that it is impossible to gel

.... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . __ _____ Whoop·l:l � We �lllllOst

t1owntown

mi i\ utes

teen

that

hour; well , almost every hour. We

A Supercilious Sneer Nordqui �t

knowledge

J i\ �" r.� .

a re the dates set · 61�OW. F'ollowing this, the carnival W Il l be In the gym.

]9

for the annual Saga Carnh"al. The program w i l l begin fo'riday n i g h t a.t

. .... .......... PAUL LuCKY o r the students as to the reason ror

Bl· SJ.'\"I·:SS � I A .'\" A G E I C

I

:\1arch IS and

some question i n the minds or many

. ... IIEYEULY PIEHSO:-;, SI·lIHL"�Y \,EVANGE

.t'C<U.et

First Pla ns. for Saga Carniv a I To Id

at·

. .... . . ........ WALT BALL l erupt QuesUon, not allack, lhe SPORTS STA I·'I·'- I .<loil' Spry, ('lytle Genz. Dan Rose. Rnd Orlan Price 'time schedules a·1 PLC. There Is

RI'OHTS ""l Ton

no c redit. a

r

' I

goes.

Often I wonder why one such

as

I

Should be chosen to serve Buch a One on high,

But always He answers from our

Be

secret place,

anxious for nothIng, but trust In

my grace.

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T H E M O O R I N G MAST

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s�'\.rting five against Eastero Wa.shlngton overcame a Pacific Lutheran gained a tie for the F,vergreen Conference basket. ton, Friday night. -the Lutherans 1 \\ Lth �Is usual Phil !'\o�dq�lst (leading slx·polnt halftime deficl.t to defeat ball championship by defeating their arch-rivals, the Pugel Sound Log- ; dr.ub�ed the �ritiSh Columbia Thuri- I �heorPlra��s. Pacific Lutheran 71·64 at Parkland derblrds 6-\-4 1 , which gave them a . (' f'r " tl1 320 pOllllS) nnd Jack gNS, 75-61, Wedne.sdav. . This is the first time PLC has had a share of I Hoover will be at forward . N . ick last Friday. Dick Edw'ards of the the basketball laurels since the organization of the conference In 1949 11 9 ' ('on rprence record. I Kf'ld(>rman at center, Jack Sinder- :;;� �es :�� n�� �:��er; I7It� �� i PLC did n()t look as rnllowlhg' the established precedent, the game was a lllD-"lnd-tuc� Although t WI e p h or as they have been In previous son and AI Gubrud at .gUard. affair mo:.t of the way with CPS alwars down a Few points, but neYer sharp quist's 2� and Jack Sinderson's 1 5 ,l.! e a mes this s t,he," played weU I. . Others making the trlll were Lute wel 6 beaten 1.l Iltil the Lutes started to pull away late in the game. Captain enough to winason, ' po totals. top int Lute tile �arry Eggan, Charles Gel, Pac flc \'ern Hanson hi.t, a jump shot to put the Lutes ahead In the open'ng min· II I€'ss 'Birds. easily o\'er the hap· I .llaekr'stad� ! Lutheran led at halftime, Ross, Dennis Rodin ute and thev were .never headed, although the score was tied frequeutly '1 \'}: I� ��e�:':' tll�C:�r=�en:: for· d el\'' , rn�nnls 3i,:1l, but eastern came on wlth'a. ;\O ..' � Ha�son. � . . ' during .the first half. In :the second stanza with Edrush \ d �1' spot . Onl,) 1 0 ol the men roa) SUIt up wards getting ' . 36·�9 Lute halfll. me lead soon dWindled Howe\'er, the comfortable 12 nnd Barnes 10�durto . h w hh' n Y . . r an -£S,&5':",lfUi \i.' qu·lll'l�· · .f'.· t.he ·m.U· ganU!- t�l'irai:n\ng." A'fMl' a. .�":.;:..: <rut. tlIt;" ��( ril: ':fb�{oli&�'��:kjf, 'a� � .{�� >L:o�� I � rU le� , ��� Ha r:�� : . �}�at s.pa�" n Lute!; c!"me back strong allhollgb they lost Xick Kelderman and AI had 13wf6r British Colu'mbia, the h -'tfe� -a( 56·56 Just col� s ' Wj,.t who wOUI�e:I�7���e ti��·' Gubrud on fouls. tbe three-quarter mark, Glen , ruling . Lbe NAIA . on ani), Tpast ;>kln "Despite w he scorln Lutheran I as Pacific g T om s stole the ball from the Jack Hoover had his best night in a PLC uniform as he pumped in I b e 2 3 points for the e\'ening·s.high. Phil !'\ordquisl" was also In the double ;::�: � �\'��� ::� ,�!�\: ;:��::: i ,J O. men ror this game." Ha rsh said, Lutf's tw lee for as many cripples p i . m not gOing to le�ve home aile . Ulc. Sa\'ages led 60-56. Pacific lIgure and s with 16 points. Russ Wilkerson, Bill Medin and Bob Balus were by Phil I I Xordquisl, Jack Hoover and the en who ha e rr ed t l � Luthemn rthe JAgger leatlers with 13, 12 and 10, respectively. could not stop C o a c h l � \ � The � the season GlIbrutl with 1 1 each. and Denny .l ot. Io, lOUgh \ d U . E , · "Hell" H!,p;te's inSI)lred ball playeril l Dafus kept the Loggers in the game in ute second half as be scored I AI . all 1 1· a ll (1 E'astern won going away 0. ergreen Conference permits - 1 eight points and did a tremendous job on the backboards. Altho\lgh HossI with . U I squad. 1.. l ! Th�' ?ladlators hit 35,;% of their Hoover snared 14 rebo� lHls dUring his 40 minutes. ' :�;cl o:� �\�' �:��� �� 1 DIan The team will work .out late this shots !rom the floor and i2.79'0 . Puget Sound had the better field goal percentage, 36,070 to 33.870 L(Ih0:11 b�:�! l as �:e II s eu y pu 11 ed away ley dll afternoon on the Coliseum floor. from the foul line, but they lost the lor PLC, while the [oul shooting was close with the "SleeI}), Hollows'" III' I I t I If shooting 6G.8',o and the Glads 66.0(/ � , !n the final analysis, however, it I ,;�: f�;ld1:0� percentage was the � They �\'ill be staring at the? Desert ! ball toO frequently In the second was quantity, not quality, that paid off as tbe Lutes outscored CPS trom !Hlme as the previous night ( 35.7 70) , I I-Iotel l il Spokane. It tbey win Satur. ! half aIHI tha.t cost Ulem the game, dar t,hey will remain over for next Jim Jacobson, with 16, and Hugh the field 22·18 anti 31·25 from the foul line. ! but the foul shooting average reu week �lal'sh wl,th 13 pOints, led tbe Lute s games. Evergreen I ntercollegia.te Conference rules do ont provide for a to 70.3':". Others who went with the squad I1 .1\" 5 to a 7S·49 victory over the secplay.aff in these situations, so PLC and Whitworth will be declared CQ. ! All important factor in tbe game Frid�y Include Bob. Marvonek, manl and Cascades In the City champions. However, the Lutes must meet \Vhitworth in Spokane In an : IlI'oyed to be the fouls called on agel' . the Rev. Ro) E. Olson, dlrec- leagueplace opener. Tom Rayne of the N.A.l.A. pla)'.off. The winner of this game will go against Gonzaga in c-nell team. PLC was whistled down 1I tor of public relalion�; .and Earl ��een _wave high for the game a three.game series for the right to go to the !\' ational Small College ' only nine limes while the 'Birds uebker, T a e 0 m a !'\e\\ s-Tnbune . Ith 1 1 . L �l Tournament ill Kansas Cily. I w(' I'e. caught 21 times with cLeod sports writer. h Ot er Lutes in the t\\1n digits Hugh �Iarsb agaio paced the Lute Jap'ees to a .6·59 City league vie· leanng on pefS()nals late in the I were Larrv Hoss, 1 2 , Bnd Dennis tar)' In tbe first game. �Iarsh had 15. Charley Geldaker 14 and Jim Jacob- . g a.me . There Is much material to Lbe Rodin with' 10. son 1 0 to lead lhe PLC onslaught which gave them fourtb place In tile fhe PLC Jayvees won tbelr 4th I Moor I n g Ma.t 0 rtIce a bou t Eurogame in the opener as they I pean and Scandinavian s u m m e r Yesterday upon the stair straight league . . n h cholarshiPS. Those i n t e r e s t e d Th·� Is th/ hi� PLC � O N F E R E N C E �C O R I N G ( 1 2 G A M E S ) ;�� ��::' 1)'�ve91;6 r'eoo I met a man who wasn't there. . t r ed b a i ,sshould . Smd.erson. 16:, NordqUist: 1 5 6 , Hoov.er, 142,. K�lderman, 1 2 i . 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der by President En Severtson, event which Is taking place for the Congress, one and two man debate ; wi th the welcoming ot the newly second year on our campus . tIon will be presented In such a , Tbe debate QueS'llon for the high Dick Forness, I mpromptu, ertemp. eleoted sophomore repre8lentatlve, way th8lt all the changes will be : " ew tha. the Congregs, one and two man debate ; John Olden. Followi ng a reminder s chools Is R l ved, Con. t s-pecIrically pOinted out, Among the gress of the United States should Tom ReeTes, oratory, interpretive at the final Lyc&um Sertee concert major changes are a new Tuesday a.bo Jlob o l pr tect ive tariffs," Conte1Jt8 reading, Congress, A.D.S., one man on Monday evening, the regular Chapel arrangement, Increased Stu"'ill be held In one and two-man de- debe.-te; Ani·ta Schnell, Impromptu , ! business was begun, dent Council powers and duties, a ba . t te Tbe Indh1dual events are 1m- ey empoT.. A.D.S., Congress, two Or major Im-portance was the new nominating system for , e:lpert. , promptu, extemporaneous speak.1ng, t man debate; J&oet Turman consideration or the two constltu. elated Student ottkes, and the Inmental, Interpretive reading, A.D.S., 1nterpr-e1.lve reading, and oratory. tlons; one for the atudent body, and traduction of campaign ing to the man debate; Unda The deba.tors will be spending 'Congress, two one for the student congrega.tion. Associa ted S1.udent9 electi ons . Friday night on campus, the girls Hurd, experimental. ertemp. , A .D .S., T he AS PLC oonstiJ:tut1on waa predebate As plans stand now, a.l Lbe Karch I tn Old Main and South Hall and the Congress two man seated by Glenn Johnaon a.nd s.cI meeting changes may be submH· Senior division: Stuart Gllbrea.th They will be ateepted by t.he counell members. t ed trom the fioor, and these would , oratory, radio, Con r l b U8 play FrIday e:lteoo p , g ess This co ming Tueeday the actual' be voted on Immediately. Then M. night. l o ne and two man debate , Tom deci sions wllJ be me.de by the &Lu� m m ex;tempor., Swlndland, t:be conclusion ot the March 1 meetI 'Pro ptu, So tar ap plteatlOO8 have beell redent. body In chape{ d tw ongre s, and one ing the consti tution will be posted c elv ed for 1 00 deba.te te&ms trom A . D. S., s o o.n The student congregat:1on consti� at various piaC€s on the campus, 27 schools. The tollowing schools man debate ; Judy BUreker, oratory, tuUon was brougbt to the council O n Tuesday, March 8, a vote ';111 wil l parti cipat e St. Martin 's, North extemp., Congress, Itwo man deb8.te; only so ,they might serve In t.n be tak4A_ bJl -ballot and I t the revised Central, Mercer le land , Cashmere, Connie Hustad, Impromptu. Interadvisory way. The actual adoptlon constitution receives two-tltlrds or Foster, Sumner, Wenatchee, Lewis view, Congress, two man d ebate ; will be done by the already tormed .the votes cast it will become the & Clark, Puyall up, O l m ia Belle- Bob Lundgren'l experimental, intery p , constitution committee ror the con� D l at T oruclal constitutlon tor the Student vue, Kalama, Port Angeles, Mar- view, A.D. S., COngreH, one and two gregatlon. he cOU c l, ter few AssociaUon or Pacific Lutheran cOl- Quette, Pullman Pros-ser, South K1t� man debate ; Ruth Heino, exper1. minor suggestions, passed on the enemp , Congrese, two lege. theH, Twlep, Kent-Meridian, men.tal, oop, man constitution. Finkle, action. 10.Clover Park, Kelso, St:a.dlum, Lin- debate ; William. Said the toe to the sock, "I'll put coin, Kenn ewi ck, Highllne, Frank- tterpreUv e readi ng, A.D.S., ra.dio, . Sunday clears a.way the rust ot Congress, one man debate, a bole through you." 110. Pierce. the whole week, Said tbe sock to the toe, "I'll be Association

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Th(' pro posed name for our stll '

�I�I L'lr�::':�:i ! AmllC',:ly for thE' "1Inti-�oclals" i . en nie To\�rel, .dramatlc soprano K tso \\.as grant ed . but thE' I('rm was mls· of th� i\ e t l o pol t tan .o pera Com· IIndt>l--;:tood. ""'e b;; te r defines It as: pany, w i ll a ppear as t h e opening I

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urn

Con �l tu

the student

i n the Uy·Laws.

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to

: �:�:�i:rl\ , a;.�('C�ri on� ����c1!' v

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presenlE'li

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Pardon G iven T0 Tourel To Perform d n ��:l; ��:�;���t! �IC\����: �e�:;� ���� I Student Offenders i For Music Festival S

s

Tu esd ay morning the

revisE'fi · ASPLC

i n s ; A nkh' V I , A nH'lldments, and

. l i n e . T h t:' pri z e. �o l i d ' hy ni,'k i lf' Iaro tor;; (" ha l rman ;

4,

New Constitution OI(�ed For ASPLC 011 l j I

Illustrated Program by �. PIERCE COUNTY SHE�I FF'S O FFICE .. ________________________.J

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is DIck od rveJt. assisletl I L l are Le-e noseb('l-�. I Bill Andt>r,:on. Bob tuhlm le r. Dob

strtl("tioll

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EXTRA SPECI�L TUESDAY, CHAPEL MARCH 8, 1 955

Tommy and llenny. who offer va­

r i e ti('

F R I DA Y , M A R C H

l

n

a ('hange f rom t he se\'en·day ,.ari· 1'''lIress their views on the ne w con· able peri od in April as ("ontained I n

OIlr anti qu ated document. The co n·

artist for I h e fourth ann ual Pacific

-" I i l ution.

in

Those

dmr ge

of

the

Jl!"Oceedings w ere well aware of that

by·laws further con. ! fa('1 but c nd uc ted the hurried meet. I ys temati c procedure where- ing ( rllsl\£>d largely beca.use of our

sti ltHion

and

val \\'(>f(' made �y ue I'la tch, DeO f the ten mos t w an ed-I N llS Lu the ra n College drama·music fes· tain a � 101"(',: ilel· k . nobble B1rkedabl , Je n:- � e frai n rrom the ugly term-three th'al :\lay 5, it 'was a nounc ed by by nom i nati n , elections and cam· f<l\OI:t meeting periou) not for t h e . S Ia lt u m. Gerda � el'g rd Sylna are still a t lar/!"£', and rc-aching down Profess o rs Karl F. 'Veiss and Theo· , paign s can purpose of excluding student opin­ be (' ffec ti vely I I . K rkebo, I l t·len Jordanger, and also : to the least o f them t h ere are sti ll 'Io�e , �' H. Karl, festivl I d ire:c tors' in reference with the variable Eas· 1 ion and participation but rather for : . . b� some of the Spurs. lll n ety who have not r�Cel\'ed par· CnUes have hal led �hss To�rel as ter d ate. .l purpose aimed at benefitting the dons; that Is. cancel lat o n of their one of the greatest singers I n the If the r e v i s e d constitution is Student Body,.

poster;;

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r

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li bra ry flne-s. I n !.he order listed, the

A U X I°1°la ry T0 I l I? Dus("h l ll�. Show P resent . �Irs

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fl

. H enry Paul. pre s i dent of

the Pacif!!" Lu t h era n College Aux·

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n e xt mo s t wanted "antl·soc1als" are

M ar ene Wendt. Ronald Chase, Shlr· Joh n Holum, Pat Ran·

klll.

J ean

Christlanson.

�f a r i o n

Leo nard . Robert Gregory. G. D llck'

I

world today . The Saturday Review

of Li teratu re said recentl y of her,

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"One

�erso

: l or

the

al it es

Vi rg� n la

G rahn .

D e ra n .,

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l

of

the

day. "

lle

regular busines meet·

l

adopte.1. a

Virgil

it w i l l s ti mulate Interest i n student

government.

Constitutlon'al

among

I

regulated I

os

Student Body Day in the hope that

rhomson in the Ne\ , , York Herald

�r� b

s

ill.'; sha l be held once a month on

two greatest si nging

said, .. " U nequalled DUane Thom pso n . Faith Bueltman. l il\'lllg s i ngers .

held tonight 5te\\ l Pi nf'. I da Gronke, 5, 5

iliary. annou n ces the "F"ash i o n Pa· . rude. a bE'lle-flt. will be . p.m. 1Il the Student Cnion at

lI

n

o

amendments

may

be made only once a year under the

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II .

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If

the r e v i s e d constitution

adopted a t nex t Tuesday'S

is

�pecial

elec tion the ASPLC will have the

opportunity t o try out the new elec-

I

tion and campaign system th s year, If the

I been

.

opportuni tY

for adOPtion had

df!layed to a later date In or-

:"tUss Tourel Is especially noted new document, thus maki ng it nee· del" to consider adtlitJonal student . for her Interpretations of the works : essary that only f!ssentlal articles opinion On other matters, the elee­ Beyerly of Ro ssi n i and Nahler. A versatile are contained I n the constltution tion and campaign sy!Otem could not ku bi n a, Judd s i ng er, she al so sings Carmen . Bu i !dill�. Refreshments w I I I b e � proper. The by·laws contain most of have been followed this s p r n g, sNn-d folloWill� the style sho w . D�ughty, F.\· el �· n H ayne , Ramon In ddi tio n t o �ll s s Tourel 's re- : the details, which from past expert· H owever, students may !O W l have . I. n fUr- B l T ll e p ro{'e-eds . wII,1 be us , rn (' s . 0, Ch n s tl a .sen , Dud Les- c Hal . the festival program will i n- ence have proven liable t o sudden Ihe o pportun i ty to bring up their � . rllslung the glrb room!:! l n South I ter: Jo Pearson , Jo )'c e Pll tfer!, Joe {"I ude t w o concerts by the Seattle ! and unforeseen changes, and there- c ri t i c isms of any article i n the con· :t-Iall. All s tud e n ts. members and R eI t z . Allen U ndem, M ary Payne, Sym phony Orchestra under the dl. fore have been made e a s I e r to st itution and by,laws at any reguJerry Hickman, Diane Hagen, Jo friends are i Jl vi ted lar meeti ng after the adoption of r ec tJo n of :\llIton Katlmas. A 150 amen d than the cons tl tu tlon. I Ann Jackson, :-'Iargaret Canis, and v i c e student cho rus will sing with the c-Onstltutlon, Thus, if anyone �fr;;. Lyle Greer, commentator, Karen and n forty son, almost Joh . the symphony These concerts will harbors any III feelin gs toward the ....ill .ope n the style show featuring I · · rai l road " tactics o r wordlng of arwomen ' s apparel and men's fash_ o the r�. Th,e .s e may appear at M �' be In the aft�rnoon and evening, Hale) s desk i n the I l b rary and theIr : Sa turday , May 7. ti eles i n the revised constitution, do have chosen ns. been models The io not let them carry,you away to the " " A stage and screen personality from the student body of Paclfl<.: fine wll\ be ca n� e-Jl ed. Am� es ty is I n a c u rrent Issue of One maga. e tended, b u r day ar h is will appear Friday evening ';\;th a Lu theran College and the member· . extent that you Wil l vote against H. c , �I 'ri t x zi ne, Dr. Jesse Pflueger of the fac I the deadllne. 1 student cast In a dramatic prOOuc' l ti its adoption, ship of the auxiliary. u I ty was honore d by an ar c Ie and ' Uon. ' �!rs Stella Jacobs Is in c harge p ic ture. Dr. Pf-Iueger i s known for The festlval w onclud unday o f the [JJ c e- S his l nter�st in talking things over morning with a. worship service. will consist o f spring fiowers and . with the students as well as teachI During the festival there will be g reens. w i t h an arrangement of an exhibit of contemporary art, a heather, aear:ia and daffodils on the

:-

.

cQl' ered

�liss

dent

will

Co ns

majoring

in

Hanson,

music

stU-

a

at 'PLC,

f u rni s h background musIc

as

well as play a group of p1a�o num.

bel'S

She

will also accompany Miss

Marguerite Thompson \'�ho will sing

a sp edal number

Eastvold Travels To Minneapolis Dr'

Eastvold

Is

in

Minneapolis

thiS week o.ttendlng several ELC meetings. Serving 8S !1rs-t vice president of the Church Council, he tended

its

meeting

early

in

week, He Is also representing

at·

the

PLC

o.t the Council of Higher Education meeting.' Last

Sunday

First Lutherar:.

Cla.ire,

he

served In

dedic&ted

C h u r c h in

Wisconsin,

Clarice

�1 .

Peterson .

Osterlle,

Ann

Carol

l

t e a table

tan ce

Brac('.

L a r r ),

I

.

decorations The deCOratiOnS

lace

i

art,

where

the m1n1stry.

he

the

Eau

baa

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o

Concerning the bundlng of the Thompson home, the faculty

new

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r Pfl u er H o ored

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science faIr and a display of Inter-

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Students ' Given SCh 0 Iarsh·.pS

Ten students from PLC and C PS

national books whIch are o u tstand-

'yere awarded Rotary International

ing In art and typography.

Se-holarships of

r efTickets for the festival are on ·has contributed theI U m e and tort for two Saturdays and have sale and may be obtained. through

Rotar)'

Some students have helped sevtimes

since the project was

begun, and It Is urged lhal anyono

'having time to lend

a. hand on

week·

days o r Salurdays see Spencer Ausl

or Dr. Joseph Rpnnlng for any n _ s. _ _ _ _ _ Sl gnme_ ,_

.

C S A FellOWSh"Ip Meet •

teaching contracts In the

C.S.A. Fellowship will meet Sun- mentary schools thIs fall:

day night at

7 : 00

o'clock in

In

the Gulbrandsen,

Glona

ele-

Solvelg

KvInge,

Do-

and religion departments, who

chosen for his topie : tion,"

There will

be

pas

to ShoreUne;

land,

Shirley

Barbara ElUs, New·

Lous

and

MargI e

"PredestJna- Youni", In Tacoma; Mina Raaen, in

o.n opPOrtu.n1ty

ask questJons and to take

part

the di.cusslon. All are Invited,

to in

Stockton, CaUf., and Beverly Tranum at North Thureton. Two

The se

Crystal

Ball Room of

Hotel

·

on �ebruary

ilia 22,

1955. Those s tuden ts from PLC re-

tum,

junior;

Ted

Dr,

caus e

of

his

d

un erstanding

way of

working

the students, he has become

Be-

and

with

a

vonte campus figure during his years 'here.

Phllllps,

Larson

and

liard, freshmen,

Jeaae Pflueger

ing philosophy a n d religion.

Jerome

sOP.homores,.. and ' Bondurant and Kenneth Hil-

James

ChaIrman tor the evening's din:

ner was Beecher A. MeKenzie,

coma,

and the

Ta-

scholarships were

presented by F8.rUn B. Nye, also of

fo.- Tacoma, EntertaJnment was provid25 -ed by the Melody Men and group alnglng was enjoyed, Students trom

Last Sunday the Tacoma News the UnJversity of Waahlngton en� Tribune also carried an article on .tert&ined with folk dances from the

recent graduates from Pa.- him,

(Continued on Page Four)

each by the

Tacoma .

'Ceiving the awards were Jerald Slat-

upper S.U.B. The speaker will be lores Hagevlk and'"Roseanna Hart-HI stimulati ng Professor Keethe of the philosophy

the

Wi nthrop

Students GI'ven Teachl' ng Contracts

The following students were glv.

$100

of

the Golden Anniversary Dinner held

nity or by telephoning the college.

en

Club

scholarships were awarded durIng

finished the sheeting and the root. volunteer solicitors I n the commu· eral

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I Thompson Home I is Progressi n g

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w·hich

would be of Interest to countries of Ja.pan, Ph1l1ppines and

many of the college students.

Scandinavia,


THE

MOORING

MAST

Friday,

a

M rch

l he Mooring .lf asl

4, 1955

hlbli.�I. ·-<I every Friday during the school year b y studente or Pacific LUlher4n COllege. urn, J"•• Student l,; nfon Telephone GRanite 8611 :;ub�(·ri!)t!.,n l'r;....-�3 "I) p.-.r yt'-ar

Rem i n der From

A Supercilious Sneer

Old Main Girls

Nordqufat - C a rlat rom

by Martha " S kip" Douglass

rn'lS l TIt .�" day in c hapel the revi � ed !'\tudf'nt bod}' constitution "Don ' t :lay too , much and don ' t I say too l ittle . just give them a hint )rf>Sl� n !ed. rp,'�tH ion by the stlhlent body was ralhe-r pa thetic. to , I that WI,!,' put them on Pin� and I s ay Ihe leas ! . \'umerolls changes have been made and these we,re �Isneedles , 5 a .H\ Peggy Arlt, chaIrm An I; c uss ed . \'0 !'Itlldent ob je ction was ra. isecl IInll! the section on nominatIon (or the S�r1ng-Oops, almost .....rote l� q.""'o,?" soon cut _ 1 0 1' offkf' l"s was revif'wed. A vigorous dissent was here raised, � . n allotted 1.0 ,the dl�lIs, " I :-: ho rt by thp 1),1.�!<age of the pr�iolls few minutes � PRfSS 'II' ��:;n(:d general--- ------" i(1n of Ihi!'; very important student atralr. Perhaps It Is an over d b rt l ' E I 1IT()!{· I:\ ·C i- l n:F·... seeming Indtrrerence on the part of the stu. .. JOA:": KITT8LSON ��tE'r a\l; L :: �::�r�I::��n� n":: !zation on our part, but :\ 1':\', "; EIJITO H he p!rrt and parcel of an even wider indifference KATHF:RI:"I F: SA�l'\ERUD that have gone i nto planning this ' dent body !'-f'em:-> :\ 1·:';· ... ; �� \ F,'"�-I ."OI :ol �:-rf'k v a m . Ag':1p� Hallang',o.r': Rarbara Gronke Ar tha t the gi rls. won ' t come , do you ?" I with regard to s t ud en t governm Nlt, clubs and many activities as a whol e. � f I . 11,1 \ ,. ,",1)1:111 nt!, ./ anfol s ...""'n, .I 1m I.ok kpn. I )J" I.ilk 1 about student government In the spring and scream to n f'l. of lots s t 1 : I I e I stlrf-(! Peg that �he had noth. Oh how many ._ . . . _ . .. . . _ ..JOA K :\ E POE�OfJT ' r?:I)�r J � HF.: F.:" I.l',C:H . 't: Of r) abou� b:eause eve ll I thp pre!ltlge of an electIve I� mc.e, but over a year s period . .• }) .:.A�� H�, :r:r: Ar.F--:-��e_v':�lr S\·en t �gs0n., P�!I i':'<!rdqu l��. ,!,.ed , Cnrl strom, " as gOlpg hshmg , peo.ple lhlDk con!i.tructlvely or do anythlOg bllt gr,lpe-5 per cent, not ; rr�� �e�. 0.:-'"""'''' ...... ... <UL••'" , · � """er ,...,o... .:��� ih� milt \ ve neara �i loc .."i\.. � 7'_ _ ::-- �""'.�1\:' nQ,('\l\te hl.'\ t lithe a. baru;" �I\1�� .nul.;'lY �t..the _ , ...r. .. , �4t?-.WJ)�i.:' S k a � club off:cer8 care? How many wanted the 10b hi the m· l!· pl:tcli:v-lt- · :'oI A � ;';'U I ' l-}[·)ITOH.. . - . oqft°THY JOH�SO:-'; or r1lmors echoing·throu�h the halls that the students do imply to seem this and of :'olaln, ('ve Old government what is student words The S I 'OUT� l-. ;IJI'r OR.. ' ('orne up with: the go\'ernin,g-. C Possibl)' ollr spectacles are dirty al¥i we don't s� this SPOHTS �TA l-'''·-I..ooie Spry. Clyde Genz . Oan �'���:"��:V�r7:n Bp would then bandIe Lbe arralrs of the O F:-\-' EHLY PIERSO:'\', SHIRLEY VEVA..'iGE I n the halls of O ld Main thue is a issue rlearly). Student gonrnment EX c..: I � A:'\'GE El>ITOR�.. students and sen'e as an intermediary between faculty and adm.lnlstraA I ) .\ ·A:-';AGEfl.. . .... .. PAUl. Ll,;Cf(Y talk of Spring; consulted with . ... .RAt GO LD This glad time is when Old Main tlon In nearly every kind or affair. Students would be 1 : I · S I. ' f:S� :'o!A='AGER. regard to all matters that concerned them ( tbis runs the gamut) and girls begir: to sing. ---- --------In Old Main � ere is talk of showers studenl-tarulty .admi nlstration committees woulll Interpret the standards That suc:ely will bring sweet smell· and rules. Perhaps this is a highly idealized. prejudiced view of student activity. But why shouldn't the students have a vo!ce In matters or dis· i n g flowers.

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Wha t ever you th i'nk thi s adds u p g-overnment should be vastly enlarged ' -and that students should run a broad statement, huh? The n!'!w constitution Is a step to b� I hope you k eep i n tou r h with things. Kind l a t e R t news l i n this t\irertion. although it is by no means perfect nor complete, and m l", '5y reading :<t rai,l!' ht from the li ps of the perSOIl P rob.:'lblY this is why the lack of interest on Tuesday kind at hlt home. The method of achieving this utopia aim is of course the real in ch :Hge. If yo u \\'i l l keep a secret I ' ll tell you this much . . . this obstacle-it requires work, patience. time-ail those tblngs we bumans requires an enlightened self·lnterest on tbe 5 pring - yOll know what - \\ill be find It hard to work witb. held at the "'intbrop Hotel, in Ta' part or the student body. not indifference.' :'o1aybe no one else teels this coma. and remember to keep Fri· l way and we should continue �·itb the status quo. Change requires lots dar, April 1 5, open . . . but, above or hard work and It's mucb easier not to shoulder anythIng that remotely . all �tart �aV1ng up your penOies and looks like it problem. In the end it is UD to each as an individual. Quo begin sizing up tbe otber SPECIES: I. Vadls ? (To be continued next week) I ------�--

('ollege for one sped!ic j)1lrpo :; e : to

I make ollr !i\'es more meaningful \\' i i ne",; ha;; bef'ome an <lcdden- i a nd I I !'-e flll throll�h t�e at tainment

of

the

To uS' l an d

proper a pplIcatIon of knowl a l i ,nw(·;,;s on thl:! rampu3: wir ll'�":JoI haJol become a matter of , ledc;p. Dl lt wha t I s this scholarship? r · 1 : t1,C; of tho arms. pounding of I True !< hola.r,.:hi l) is the fearless 1, 11 I p i t. alld renting of tbe , 1111 .."t 1/1" tnllh. This Quest could li\-ing out our i in\'o!\'e a ri�k. It may he that we d,,; 11 ..;.<, in�l(>ad �". an . r('1t (,o�fe�:'ion of '" belie,'e Will h�\'e t� (' hange som� or our preI Chrt!>t. lI " olll'Plved Ideas and nOllons. may JI('<:ause todar'� student is hrper- be ollr pride could be hurt by niti" al, he rebels at tbe pressure I g:i\'in.i!!: up these comfortable fallav,,·hniQue. He wants to discern and : des. b..liets or half-truths. But H e really gne ourselves over to the ( hoose for himself or at least be i In\ol\ e tbe,C; 1 \ en tbe °PI)OrtuOlty so tbat In " earch for truth It \\ the final analysis be teels he has dismIssal or the closed mind n 5 . . • done so T b I s button·hollng and I The trill) critIcal s t u d e n t Is {'oal collar petItioning approacb to "earchlng for truth-and If we as I orth H a l l � from Call Oa' l ('hi 1stjan \\ltne:;s has made us los e, Chrtswan students, expect to reach . of a bail: Due to the lDefhclency , �jght o f our first and prime area . . I ca \ th h � point pen which ran out of ink, �is <: st re!fponslbillty. � �'�n� �:��� :� ��;i:�� :�r � , :� IUID� has been absent tor a while. Our responsibUity as Cbrlstlan . neocessity, must be tn , ::'lOt:e proacb, out absence went unnouced, . lilll1lents is to be a channel througb tbe academiC area. anmake to imperative beeame it ( ' whicb Christ may come into the "Stud)' to sbow th)'self approved , otber attempt to get :-Oorth Hall in 11\'('s or our fellow students. I unto has no t.be �aper. wbo workman God-a Where, then, is our rirst area of / Tbe lion·like entrance of �larch ' wilneJols. As members of an aC41- �eed to be ashamed-rl,�htly handtorecasts an early Spring. However, l d e m ic community. our first witneaa hng tbe Word of Truth. the -II Tim. 2 : 15 atler sUrYe);ng the weather is scholarship! We are enrolled i n l last few days (In preference to studying), it seems highly improb-able that we 'll ever seen another !<ummer unless we import one from California. Tbe few sporadic gleams or sunshine seem to be only fare· put new warmth and by J i m Lokken Into an well messages before the advent or Superlatives (all to describe tbe I often cold and didactic :'otozart and another Ice Age. But receiving the (':�ppvatlng brilliance and S lntlllat- 1 painted wonderfully vivid tone-pie- usual moisture in another form Is , C i l l ;: showmanship or Artbur Fer- tures with tbeir transcriptions cif enjoyable I and 1..<:l uis TeIcher at last I Debussy's nocturnes, "Nuages" and Tbe one disadvantage to hvlng on 111{'Slla) 's concert The last of this "Fetes " campus durmg a bUzzard Is that I on tbis :\Iost popular \\ <: \ l :1I s ASO Artist Series, the audience I scb&l conllnue-s unlll yQ.U bave to I CPI t \\ .i s \\ \thollt 1I0ubt tbe best re I \\ ere the encores anel extra num- go upstairs to get out of the bUIld­ « 'I \ ed or all There are many rea- , bers not printed on the program I l ng � . sons why, The seasonal interruption of out: wbere tbe duo dep'\rTed radically Fir"t perhaps foremost was from tbe eonvemional concert rep-- door ac tivity is a good opportunity ( til(' mllsk its(>lf. The singularly well eftoire to play such spellbinders as for litlie indoor acth'ity. After all, ! I u e h a i o ln C :;:�O:�:\!����I;�tlw ascJ�:;r�r:�� I: � :::;;:::n�· ��������:"��:;s��·�.:�� ' :::l:'\�;��'e ��:: ���s: :o �. ��� :: I II:a!lII('r thaI offended none of them. they made use of their justly far.:ous ' ap�ropriate time- to do a bit of read- ; Th(' autlh� nl'(' was left manelling at inno\'atipns i n piano tet·bnlque. Tbe ' ing. and besides, after Haley's " AmI 1 : . " i lll]\et�' able technique and tbe addition of startegicaljy p I a c e d ' nesty Act of 1955," it is safe to go �i':II' k !ing- int{'rprNatiC':ls of tllJ'se mUles and wood blocks made pas- I i n the library again v';thout turning art i,.t� of Ihe dual keyboards. Fer- sible an entire new world of musical up your collar and slinKing In the 1':IUIl' <Iud Tell-her do not bind tbem- sound . ilarkened doorways. * , �* . *, ... ,'h· {'� to any tradition. From tbelr : Another faetor which added much ' After the bigbly enjoyable per· I the suc('ess of tbe performance fast but sUIl marvelously ' " ! p<\n performance or Dach's "Jesu, , was the remarkable showmanship : forwance of Ferrante and Teicher or :\Jall'S Deslt'illg" to Sousa' s ot both members of the team. :\lr. i In tbe tinal concert of the Lyceum I "Stars nn(l StrIpes ForeYer," they Teicher won tbe audience immedl- I Series, I believe we all owe our sup- I mnde It ('\('ar that their interpreta- ately when he almost knocked oyer port to this project plus a vote ot flo llS were definitely their own and a large baske.t of flowers in making appreciation .to t h o s e who bave I not tied to tradition. T h e y per· bis first entry. Througbout tbe con- made it possible. formed each number In a style ap- cert the performers gave the audl. 1 :\Uss Anne E. Knudson. the first proprlate tbereto, but with an added ence tbe feeling that they were (Continued on Paee Four) (ConUn!led on Page Four) :' ,)arkle and zest all their own. Tbey ,

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Notes and Footnotes 1

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LAST W E E K E N D I (Ion't hold a grudge and tbis isn't sour grapes, but "we wuz robbed." Last weel{end In the S-pok�n� Coliseum six or eight lo:ral or foolish (l h av en' t made up my mind yet) PLC rooters, myself included, nE'arly met an un\'imel}' end. But I still feel justifiE'd at getting bitter oyer saDIe or the calls in our game with -Wh itworth. One of the referees was a coast league official, but I don't think P.C.C. basketball i s that (Iiffel"('nt. The ball players in that conferpnce mnst not have any teeth It·ft and battle �("ars must predominate oyer natural physiognomy. "Cindy," "Big :\"Ick" and Denny Rodin know what 1" 01 talking about!

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Piayer FGA FG Pet. �inderson " 207 42.0 Xordquist 227 95 41.9 I-loo\'er 1 62 67 4l.-t Other games in League NO. 1 : son. HOilS . 9S 40 40.8 Ivy (A) oYer Tacoma, 51·37; De· Coming from Lake Stevens, Wn., Gubmd .. .. ........... 217 72 33.2 Jar-dine·.'> over Ta('oma, 67·37; and Phil has earned six letters while at J\pldennan .......... .220 72 32.7 :-':orth Hall (3) over Gooch 's Gulch, PLC, thrpe In football and three In A Q U I C K G L I M PS E F O R W A R D basketball. Sta.nding 6'-l", Phll has All the major wire servi ces across the country have this on tap. Brian FREE T H R O W P E R C E N T A G E 43·H. In League No. 2. the Stubs have learned to he fe�red by eopposing Price, backfield man and ent1- on our football team for the past two sea· l d F l Hons, still has a year of playing eligibility left. With a few pats on the ;i l��:;son t 1:: �� �;.� ��:l��� �!�t�:l �:;ra:::\3��� a�� : � b�t a\: :�! back and words of well'f"emembered pralse--wbo kno\\'s ? He's a handy GubrUd 56 41 73.2 overcommg a 9 point deficit to beat . . guy to have on that gTidlron. 168 110 6 5.5 the Jokers. This gives the Stubs a I Phil, only a JUnior, has one year Hoover I' of eligibility left and will be b""k f "oedQuj't 191 124 64.9 0 and O record. All-Con erence 1 954-1955 hi s last season next year. Good 'Veil, here It Is-basketball In the Evergreen is finished and I get Ross . ... .................. 126 78 61.9 1 The Faculty has also taken their I for . two g a m e s. First by over- luck, Phil. another cbance to 'Stick my neck out. It's time for Evergreen All-Confer. Kelderman ............ 143 83 58.0 first -----ence selections. Before I name my chcdces, I want to say this: In all whelming Clover Creek, 73-40, with I REBOUNDS fairness the Lu tes won't have as many men on this all·star team ' Pro f. Ericson canning 55 points. G No. A " e. , ye r might be expected of a conference co-champion squad. But this doesn't !\"PlaordQ Showi. ng a display of phenomenal I 21 lessen the caliber of our squad In my eyes one bit. Sure, mistakes were Kelderulmsatn................ accu racy from the floor, Mr. Eric· ' 21 .............. 7 3 154 game, every for up :0 son now bas the satisfaction of I made, errors were rornmltted, and our boys weren't 7 21 Hoover ........ 147 ........... ' PI the was games most in watched we which m tea Lutheran but the Pacific hold ing the league record (set by U ubrud .................... 21 112 45.3 Hobbs best in the league. And that's the difference-whoever would have pre- I GSinderson of Tacoma wl· t h 50 poInts). 8 by Loole Spry , 101 . 21 . ... . . . .. dieted as good a season as we had. Harshman's type of basketball pays Ross ......... . ...........- 21 62 3.0 J l a The tall, talented sr Whitworth PI�sh.;a::�ltS::����t:�s �:;��tP:��;;e� rates off. I guess we all know that. eliminated Pacific Lutberan in the record book. S E C O N D T E A M (6 Men) FI RST T E A M (6 Men) he John McLeod..... . _...U. B. C. Bob Logue .. ..................Central Life is a long lesson in humll1ty. Other games In League No. 2 : �:�9_�2 �������·�;;::::��:t�l: ...P. L. C. Ohlmps over Ivy Hall (B), 63-35 ; urday. Whitworth now moves into .. ...Eastern Jack Hoover... Dick Edwards... . ...Western ......Whltworth Bob Stone.... ::��� o:�::�::' :�·:: ; �entIal .the state f n�l s against Gonzaga. At· Ron MHler..... TOM'S s I .53 Phil NordquIst.... . .. .........P. L. C. Bill Medin... .... . ............ .... ...C. P. S. writing each team has one vic· Marv Adams . .................. Whltworth Central ........ Bud Lester galnedPthe table ten. this ICE CREAMERY Don Heacox......... ... . t Ralph Bohannon ............W-hltwortb Jack Sinderson. ................. _.P L. C. S A N D W I C H E S - HOT DOGS nls title by defeating Bob Romnes - o���t!��t�hrl:� g;s�� e:;t�:lftime two out of three games. Lester rep' Last Saturday night In Spokane wasn't the happiest, but "Big Nick" after the opening minutes of S H A K ES · MAl.oTS resents the Ivy Hall c I u b a n d and tor· elderman had occasion for a good laugh. It seems that Whitworth's etc. the second balt the outcome was Kard, names, (Continued calling e, m i t on Page Four) never In doubt as big Ron Mlller put w Ralph Bohannon, was giving Nick a bad : 1n 1 5 points In that span and came Finally big "80" came up \\ith the name "goon" wblch Is usually tacked '�:;:::;:::;:::;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;� as the game's high -point man out l THORSEN on the big men . EI NEAL ART'S SHOE SHOP . with 25. Pbll Nordquist &Cored the . It seems that Bohannon had just chided him a couple of times v.1th TRICKS JOKES MAGIC n his ! o,, over tripped turned, forward Garfield Street , I COltumel, T uxedoel, $.t.rpentlne I �:��:��:: ��;r:O:t� �:.d went on this remark when the \Vhltworth feet and fell flat on his face, QUAL ITY R E PA I R I N G - DY E I N G I This victory gave Whitworth a \Vell, It the snow stops, we'll look towards spring sports next week. M A . 4861 926Y2 Broadway on�p nli n ed�� ag�e�� That's all. ' Fo:u�,� �� : , , : � � n : = c ( � _ � � :: : :::::::::::::::: :::: :: �, H T E VISELL CO F I E L D GOA L P E RC E N TAGE

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T H E MOOR I N G MAST

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of the female portion of the faculty to have h a d t h e honor, led us I n

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dimes in ' time will grow into

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tf'a dl e r� this \1onday. Coming soon

a\;:.o

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l l age T hree ) ( \ " l ll t i 1 l f' d f rom P Homnf';:' I he Tal.'Orn'1I1s.

lInfortuti l lt' l l i n t PLC nuLit

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Judy Bureker and.Connle Hustad hull .. l ! J o n It seems th.lt th e lIlstitu O \ e r :!50 studl"nts from 2 7 high L ion ; s definlt(' l } bere to stay Next <;dwols III the st.lte entered the } C,l r s �er !('s promises to be even tournament \'l1lch ended " I t h nn �o me possibilities now un, b l' l tpl Saturday nlght� \ d (,1 ('o m l 1deratlon are A ndres' Sego :{ \\ :t.nl.." a "-"'I.' mb h F'l rst 111.1'('0) I�'(II"" -","f " '.A i'\.;' �n'en 3; \'Ia th e I1>O�)'", J'ol'€h}��� i,'tl;-,,� •• �.. tropln and ,\ p l,IQIIO " a s presented lIl t' tropol lta M opera star Dlanche

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Thurston.

Olympia, Bremt>rton . and Sl Ockton.

C:Llifornia.

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held

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S('\"('!l stud€'nts frOnl Taeoma area fo u n a l that tbere are tho.'<{· who . high sdlOol!! won tOil honors In, the I !la,'e t ilt> rlHlpness and gall to leave W ashington State Debate Coaches the a\HI I W r ! um bl'fm'p the pe-rform· Association -tournA ment which w as 1 a n("e--- w h i d \ lasts t h ro u gh an d i n·

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(or i n l e n "" i p w s : Puyallup, Shoreli n e . Hos(>.

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ha\'e be(>n on campns

Taroma. K t> n n e w i r k .

Souzay . . . .

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Administrat..rs

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G(>nlr,j

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W hat ty pe o f programs would

no 'placements �

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tabulated:

"�errantf' and T ei h er...

ha•.e be(>n ayailabJe at present be·

�a.p.""� 1b..Q-, .�I.}.�.ta.ge

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.iM(>p h Schuster . . . . .. . . .. ........

t eaching

begun

p>;;:\l ! I ,.

�igm\ltlll Homberg

graduated

.Jpanne Han!'en , in T acoma, an(\ J\ldol Dou,i!"hty. at He thel High

an':

teaching

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L u t h e ran

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r ;11"'1:11

Rogness, of Luther Seminary, Visits '\ ll"in

pl'('..;illf'111 IIf 1 . l l l hf'l" �{,ltlin ary a l J't . P all . :\I i n l l . , ! ;." " I,t> " l, :\. , i. �ltv!" Oil Ih� PLC l;3.W · [l\l'; TllIlr,;d:IY <11\(1 Friday of thi..,; I\f'ck. 1 [ 1,; I·i!'it hOI'; be('ll primarily 10 i n l f']" \· i f> \\· and ,; p c a k 10 I h c ,; •. hoo)"s pr l' . sr m i n a ry studcnts. I lr

HO,l:"IlI''''':.

TIL,· I:"la lld f·r.� returned t o Africa

l (. f i l I IL all

u f E J�.,) where hp sen-ed 5<19.1 Royalty ca ndid at e s arc: F i r s t row ( l eft to right), D a n A Blount. B o n n i e Troedson, Cali Christensen. y ear,; as a n educational B et ty Toepko:!. J oAnne K nudson, Janet Towe. Back row ( l eft to r ight), B ud Lester. Jack Hoover, Ted Carl· lIli,.:"illllary and the he.a d master o r stro m. I v er E Ii<lso n . Brian Pri ce. Vern Hanson. Balloting w i l l be done next Wednesday. Ilu· E i nal1lpanda T(>::whers Trainin�

r"r IILn'l' :'du)01. Hev.

alld

:\I rs. Holander mo\·eu i ·

l

I l ;:;;:�::� l \�l,;:��:�: � :�d ���� · ��:el :j�����:' 1 0 :'Ilessiah Lutheran Church.

:'11[",;.

H ol u nd e r gr:lIluated from the

I · n h·ersity 0 1 " \Va"hinglOn

i n Hj-l�

1\·h(,1"1': she was an a("tive partic.:lpant

tht! LS'\. bei ng national scnetary o n e year alltl II.II! Padf!c :'\ orlhwe st 1 ) 1 " . Hn,c:llf';O:'; ;O:j)okt' I n the pre.sems resident fOr olle year. S he taught in a ":IJt"'dal Il1f'f' l i l l g a t ";" : "U p. m . ]J home el" onolll i <:.� one year before go· T h u rsday {' \·l'lIill .C". Olher me m b e rs ing to Africa. I n Tanganyika she o f th(> ,;tlltil'lll body 1I"('l"e introduced lll,,.:idl'';

l ILt'

privale

inler\" ie l\' ';,

in

h (' lped to him 1\ 111'11 he "11(,k., for e l'enin g

w i th

erJucatiou of

the

the

i\f'votiolls In bOlh So rth and SO llth \\ u men and ehihlren, taught sewing I I a I I l\ormitode:l :t II d in today':; and k n i tting classes ami family and dliltl care. l·hap('1 period, Tht" H.olaluJcrs have three cbil· In a gf'lleral slatement to tbe pre· L)I'. Ho�n(>�� reviewed th� Ila· u ren . Tom, i, J ohn, 5, and Ruth, 3 ,

';+o""IU S .

tions hi":lory durin/-: this century i n

light of I h £> slllritual attitudes o f the IH�Oldt>. He statcd '.hat pre\"io\ls to the fit' �t a n d s(',·olld world wars

t h e nation·s people felt a self-sllffl·

("jPlil·Y which led them to believe I hf'l"e wOlild be no famines or wars

Soprano WI' II 0pen S p r 'I n g Fest'lval

Saga King, Queen To Be Crowned BY' KTAC Personal ity Next Friday Night

Students A d o p t New Constitution

�:lga Hoplty ('antiitiat£'" for tlH' PLC h av e adopted Constitution by a ,·(I!llin� Sa�a Carnival, _\I a rdl l 'l · l � . rel:elll.ly announced by \Val!. Ilf'r" \· 0 1 (' or" �j:-, .li per t"I:'nt. "'t'oting look plar. ,. i n the lobby or Old :\Iain Tue�. :;,·h\\ indl. director, T h i .-; ,·oming , i ;\v a f te rnOOll. \\· t!clneslia)· members of the stm!ent SOllie of the major .: hanges i n the body wi]] elt:d two finalists f ro m CO Il :<t ! t lHion were as follows : th e ,; j x frf'::.hman women and the I. T h e iO�!Dpr na fl1.! Associated ,: ix senior men nominatetl last we€'k. Swllt'nt nody. ha::; b�t'n changed to A final \·ote w i l l be , ·ast t he followA S P I .C, AssociatE.u Students of Pa· i ll/! day . An nOll !I, · ('nH'll t t h e dlo,.:!'inc Lutheral: Cullege. e n Kin,c: and Qllepon lI'i \ l not be matle l 2, One T l esjay of each month Ilntil the coronation, Prilla}" a t 1\; ')1) will be tI e \. 0 t e d to the of fi cial ]l.Ill., in the C)IS. St\ldf'!1I';

t he- nell·

of

ASPLC

of

ASPLC

meeting ;

all

other Tues-

days w i l l b e under the juristlict10n

of

of

th e Student cot1f1cn .

3.

A new system

and elections

wa�

!laminations

de v

I

sed

adopted. This new system

wit!

and be

used i n the coming spring elections,

Kin� and Qu een candidates and

th e i r sponsors are a s follows :

world wars and the depression, faith i n human competence dis· appeared, "Pews are now being filled with hungering and thi rst"­ ing soul .... According to h i m this situation pre.ents the opportun­ ity and respon .ibility of leader· .hip to the present and future spiritual leaders of America, " You are being called at an auspicious time to m l ni.ter to the explicit and Implicit yearnings 0 f t h e age," he .ald,

The position of the pre·sem stu­

dente In relation to the campus was then

Jlre�ellted

and

various

Ques·

tions were Ilsked by the students,

hailed by critics

as

e-st singers In the

Virgil

Hel'ald

Thomson

Tribune

among living

one or the great­

w or id

today and

In the New York said.

singers."

"unequalled

The festl-,;al will also Include two

('oncerts by the

Seattle Symphony

Orchestra, under the d'trection ot Milton Katims. The orchestra will

be accompanied by an I50-volce stu·

dent chorus. Tbese concerts will be in

the

].Iay

afternoon

and

evening

7.

of

On May 6 a stage and screen per·

sonality will appear with

a

student

cast In a dramatic production. The

Arter the meeting, he was asked restlval wlll close with a worship

what should the voice of the churcb

be during these times. To this he replied

task

that

the

Is to call (Continued

cburcb's special to Ii selt Pace Four)

na.tlons

on

sen-ice 00 �Iay

An

s.

exhibit of contemIKlrary art. a

science fair and a display of inter­

naLional bo.:ks w i l l be feRturad dur­ In, tbe festful.

Stutlent Council

will

begin

per cent of ASPLC must be turned Jack

Into the Student ConDell by March 29. '!'he final list of nominations

be PO!5ted

?tlarch 30.

w111

Campaigning for ASPLC o.)Uices

hi"

Hoover, Parkland,

more class ;

Oregon,

Bud

by

Price, Longy iew,

sopho-

Lester, Silverton,

by rreshman class;

13-19.

,

(ul

11.'n

gym!l;!

g"rams. 1300111s 1\ iLi f.:-atllr(> variolls enif'I·lainment.. Uhe:-:\: .1',01· prizes a�4' jJ!"Omised, w ; 1 1 I tinwiJ:";- llt the dOf: e o f eac h e\' t:"n l n g Th .. ,> I"hairmi'u for thp t ar n i \'al

I G

iJoO lhs are

l holo s :

Quet

b:�'�

Cornt>ll

l e nda

Dwaine

Sioraas\i,

Siruo nso ,l, Spurs.

Orandt ;lud

GI"Uln

and

D'.1le

:i l\· ing a era· H:lll, 1�<lllO; Don

Lettermen. Carl

For3ell,

���:�� � ��:t !��:� rt I o I,

by OJd Main.

Linne,

Rieke,

wood

:\Iarly!:'

Clover

��� ;:�::�

shufOeboard ;

Salterbeck and D e l 0 r e s

Uet:k, Viking Club, food; Jim Cliff­

ton ,

ACS,

!'lack s ;

gun

shot

at

old

chern

Bob :'Ilonson, Alpha Sigma

Lambda, penny pitch;

Glenn John­

son, Blue Key, electric wire; )Iarg&

Devail,

White

Cap�,

shoe

shine;

Del illIine D'.loielson, Old �lain, dart

Brian at

faculty;

Greta J ohnson,

AWS,

s[>onge throw; Dave Jaech, fresh-

Bert :'tlc)lurtrie, radio personality m a n class, fish tbrow.

for tbe ensuing year w i l l be con­ rrom KTAC, w i l l crown the royalty

dut:ted April

at

i n the C:'Irs

Thc Saga Cai'l1 I V a l lr, · �lt)

Ua na Dionnt,of Seattle, by sopho· Howaru Jean01anc, APO, b.1.s!tetball mor p cl ass : Call Christiansen, of and rootba l l ; Dale Schimke, ITA, Ev erett , by the Letterme n ; JoAnne darto; Bob Sundberg, suphomores . Kn ll d �on, Ar\ l ngton , by· BI u·e Key , balleball a t boWes; Stu :\Iorton �nd De i l Y Toepk �, F'alrtleld, Wash., b l Elwootl Rieke, juniors, arcb€'ry; EI·

Kallpa Rho Ka pl'i: Janet Towe, 3tl · Jennie TOllrel, dramatic soprano, U�rthis Sjlring·s election on )Iarch 23 attie, by Ivy Hall; Bonnie Troedson, think of the :\[etl'opolitan Opera Company, when it posts its nominees for four Denair, Calif., sponsored by A.P.O. open the fourth annual Dramathat they had aspired upw llrds from \I'm offit-cs. The ma.."'dmllm number nom­ Ted Carlstrom, Antioch, Calif., will b e the monkey and were well on the '-[uslc Festival. The festival Inated for e a c h office w i l l b e three nominated the junior class ; lver )Iay 5·8 and \\"111 be rJirected by Proway to bl>('ollling angels." al:u the minimum two, h:l!ason. Kennewick, by South Hall; ressors Karl E. Weiss and Theodore Dr. Rogness said that after the :\ominatlng petitions signed by 5 Vern Hanson. Seattle, by Spurs; O. H. Karl. �lIss Tourel bas been

to

ill IiiI.' futllre. ·'The theories of

w i n had l n ftuellced them

The

ning

.� ilHll will follow b()lh eVl'ni!lg pro·

aod also act a s Me.

Following the coronatiog a pro-

gram .tarring "Tommy and Benny"

������_���

Spurs To Visit CPS

S purs of PLC have accepted an of Portland will offer varieties In i n V i tation to be the guests of the music, with instruments such a. ac· CPS Spurs at a pot-luck dinner OD "Chip orr t:ge Old Block," starring cordlan and trumpet, "Besides being the CPS campus. The girls plan to Donald O' Co nnor and Anne Blythe, I nstrumentalists these two young go some tim e i n the near tuture, but will be shown in the upper SUB to- men sing and .hould offer one of a d efinite date has not been decided night a t S o' clo.;:k, Admission is 35 the best programs yet seen at a upon yet. The CPS Spurs are pl.nPLC Coronation ceremony," .ald cellts per person. ning on a returo visit. Walt Schwindt, Saga bu.lneu ma".. Following tp.ls movie all students Spur President Sylvia Kirkebo i a are Invited to a game night at South commented, "Those Spurs are really ::;;'OfT�::h��:t:��:; ��e:;�� H ")· termen's Minstrel olee, even it they do go to CPS! The annual ��l..'i movie Is sponsored by Mu Show will take place Saturday eViT They' re really peppy ! " Pbi Epsilon.

Movie Tc;night I n Up per Studen�Uniono 8 p.m.

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'I II#! illflOring 1''1 11 11 ' Publish"d eq;>ry Friday tiurin2 Ihe ��honl �'ear by !'Iuclents o f LUl hpr:.n Coilp.£e,

c. S. A.

Reminder From Pacific

S P EAKS

Old Main -

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to room I�fj. Get that dol· lar (ltlt and pllt it down on your rell' ('!"vation for the tolo before :'\farch IRtlt Girl:;. how has y O H r "boy scout· lng'" J!olle? \Vhif·h person of the other !'lpecies do you have your hook hailf'11 L"lr? J\ J! I ('an !'lay i,;. "YOlt Il1ltl bPltf'r �Iart playing that fi!\h an.1 l a !i.lill.e' /tim no\'.' before he i!'. '·:l Il h h � oy :-. bf'tler fi�h('rwoman than rOl l ·· Oh. }",.�. lh.' nalllE' of tite tolo: . . \\·f'II. Lhl!\ will be " n:)Ilnl1ed rll'XI I\·(·ek: l i o l l ." tip

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a ;,('1'10.\ of h :I V i llJ! ,'x IIPrit'Il'·l'd anotltf'l' day. TIll'rt' :11'1' too re\\" al'tll· IF II" l' wall! to ('xperiCIl('C �rowlh. ill t h t> liff' o[ our w,' !!I l l;.: t not only rC('r-ive :-;\lste. t · ,, '(I · II II·wb" 1" · · ! l a p py I·':nnily"· Tht> n:I II " " , hi l t ,e:i\·e of ollr�('h'(>� also. ('flll�f'(IIl{'!lny we don'! /;0 I II meel· h"':1 of filiI" bf'in� a family alloll 1 1 1' :qlpcarancc. 1"0 ma l1Y 10 a \·n i t J re�Il1.n�ibility jn�,.; :1I ... 1 I" ntak t, ):00'\ hi lI l a ' III'!" \\ , . .,II'llIhl ,1:'0 to br-in� ;I�I.I . 0 ![l r i hl l l ioll. Tlti" b Ih"l in k·.·.·di!!!! :,:r" l I u . 1 for ..:1:1:': I1 ; 1 1 i"':1 :1 11 .1 :,ulII " l h I I I C I n 1 1I r- ,l!1"!l lI p. d.·. :I)". It j ' :1II " ll'}" p.lth tn ri nd : no ,,()m,· ,.; r1 .; t l l /111';1:< 111·,· IIIi' �r(Jllp may r.· 1 d'· I1I.III'I .�. n il lilt (11I1·" lIi,·IH "''' - h a l T" ,;r' ;11 .'n'ry ,l:rollp on I'a ! l l p l�'; i " Jll�l :1 ni . . . 1,'i�ur. ·lr ...: l r o l 1 . I� IIii" III·r . ·.' b llti,.; lilt' road lInl l!i., :,oiUlioll. Thi,; doc:; n o t :,olve \ \ ) 1 .\ · � ' 1 1l :my 1 ' 1..)blt'l!l. hul in"lcad ret'lls tile of I tt,· ,·ro:<,, ·.' IIlf)n.� t e r of ol"J.::l n i z a l i o n a l I III p o, 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 < 1 : t l 'rlo':l r I h a l YOll :t1'1' no I , · n . ' y . Then i t lIl \ L� t he seen tbat the l I i : l ,'r" l l t th" day you rf'\'l'i\"e your i ll d l \· id lla l i , ; t h e important factor. d l j,j'IlIl:l. frolll that fir"l exl"iting day ma(le b'''' : l l H,' nllt" pr,l!:l l l i 7.:ltillll.'" of .1" lllr ('nll('.!! ,' l lf.' fO llr }" " a r s !ll"l" lip "lll·h illdi\·illual.�. i " I I � . j f thi. � 1" i:< I II·,'ly � l ro l l ha:; If lli(' or�a niza l iOll Is 1 0 g'roll". . I'I'I·i" l1l' 1'. Hut. it' you h" " 1 1 �·( l U I · " \ 1 1 1 " �rl)w ! 1t l·an unly f!'OUl the To the sadly neglf:" IPd. iIU!"· and I t ,n,' IWld l' l·tI).:r,'��. il i � obl·iou,.; pro' 1 " · '··..: (1 11 . TlJ ert' fol" t,. ('al'll 11('1':;'011 has u ej ecleJ, 1'll.,hl·· :Iffected. little �· i l l l lll lJ.�I h :, \· p .·!J a ll .L: " 11 . A IlII � I l l"!l 1 )\,' r " � J ' . I I I � i !) i l l t�· of a I l' a tle r. The [p.·It·d, ,;,udell' l·itizenr), ul L\lle· h;l:ll':f' did not un'llr :1"; a t h llIl' :1 . . the of � .. " ,11 · 11 org'anizat jn n v i t l t' . . i:I t nt' .\\unring .\Ia I i r ., /I lid j:: ro'.q lt tI,·rt".it bill l a tll,' I' \1"<1:; rt':lliz ..( 1 as i n wili" '1 � ' , ll l';nf l r1 .; I ·i pa t e i� d('llend. "am i' t1 e:'(" lptiu o : 1 . J,:.ra,lu:l l . -:Li iilO� 1 imj)efl'('IHable. You ' �ht' fl.... uple \\·ho have been I I : ) ) ! ! yOl! . .l ll d not the 1 .001) l·r"J,!rt'.�.� in fOt'\\ilrJ dir('(·'ion. If memb ':' I" ,; .,( 'h t' · 'H appy Fami l y, " �·omplain·II.;: :tbo'II the qual'l)' of the \1,· I\:tlll r:.rn\\"th in OUI" li\·es it must HI' lltl' ! .. :; pa n i d pant in you r nt"ws lit. :ll"IlLg in lhis weekly scan· adin .·01111· h� bt·itl{! a liltll� tlifft"rent for organization� dal "I"'t.·.. You .Ire the people who ask 11·!ty don'L ba\'e some good or eH'1l fifteen. Quite thought reDone.;; this job who will prinl Ihat: SOlliPho\\· most of us feel one the news you want 10 heal'. Still, onght to be at I€':tst twenly by the you are the c1"Owd who gripes for all tim�' one is forty. Or perhaps e\·ell. to hear if this miserable sheet is not twenty-one . on the post at the appointed time eUP., Hold on now, Quit IHls.hing, you eal.:h i·'riday. You arc Ihe people for c;;, 7- all : \\'O:l.l hUltnds o[ bea\'en are whom this paper !'S printed. and the !hese-allywa}'� W a n t us to be staff wants to print the news that By John Kuethe grownups when we're still In col- you want to bear. but bow are they Wp start out saying it as fOllr· l ege? :-';0. perhaps not. but when to know your wishes? Yfoal'-oltls talking :t over with otuer does one begin to play bls pa,rt In If just few of you had the am· fOIl["·year-oJds. "I' m gOing to be . , the community? When he Is a sen- bitloh to write down your gripes and After he graduates? After he u b m i t them to the office rrom SOlll(>tlwes Irs firemen. sometimes lor? his first job? After Jle Is set· which this paper issues each week, cowboys. 1: doe!ln'l malter. ;"-ot has tied i n his first job? After he has perbaps the qua!lt)' or It would be t"f"'dl1 y, An 'l w e ali undprshtand that lived in a community for ten years? more pleasing to )·ou. \Vhy is It that it doe,;n't :lll\tlH /lot when one I� When? Is It Insanity to suggest that yOIi refuse to do .his Uttle thing? four. �or ' . h eo one I� eight. One no one becomes something or some- Perhaps you like to ba,'e something ("an be a hund:f',1 things before one one different aHer he Is twenty that about w h i c h you can canstantly I .... rlftcen. It !! pl o:"a tt l y part (If grow· he hasn't already been for many, complain. Perhaps you don' t know i lijo! up, I. h :" prof;t'!'!llOn of Im2ges of malty years before he became twen· just \\"hat it is tbat you do want: what·may·be pas!!ing a c r s s the ty? If we don't \'ole now in student Perhaps you are just complaining m i m I . It·s a kind of game. NQ harm assembli-es. do we really think we for ('amplaint' s sake. shall be active In citlzerfship later? It you . do know what you want. if til it . \\." aren' t amused any longer J( we are not excited now about yOllr complaints are well founded. if \\·hl·1I fort.···year-oltls �lil! play at God in Christ, how gray will our you are not just talking to bear the the plllle: "I'w going to ttl' ." hair have to get first? It we are not wind wbip against your teeth, then Espf'l·ial1y alarmed are we when the alive enough to write about our drop a note to the :,\Iast, let them "O."" ::- '·e a, ' "' 'd,. �.a ' 'le,,e' do',e anY· views in tbe �loorlng Mast. do we know \\-hat you wantL,. for you ha" e , "' ..' b U p a ... " ,, ,, ' s s a, d' O" C ke ts ,honestly aspire to edit Life l\la.ga· a. right to expect it If the editors all nis life, wbt-n he has never zine tomorrow? Who's k i d d i n g can be made aware of it. This Is played seriousl\' enougll with any w !tom-anfllO w? Of all h u m a n your paper. so get on the ball, wi ll one thing so that we could say he is dreams. perhaps this Is the Idlest. you? ";;owpthlng" or "somebody" otber that he who looks on for forty years... This article, Incidentally, was not than "playboy" or "dreamel." We will make hl�HOI'}' tn the next twen· solicited by the Mast. Your Ghost all understand that, life being what i y. No there' s one stili more be- Rider is writing i t only because he it is. a matter or twenty year� or ao deviled, thal he who is not a stu· h red up \\itb hearing you gripe left after on has become rorty, one delll by age twenty wiII ever be about lhis paper and doing nothing about il, shouldn't be tour when one is forty. I'1.C

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Fric1<1y,"March 1 1 , 1955

1

1':Lrtil"ipation be set up . Thi� commlttN) ('ould work out a lo�ical ,,('I of rlllf"!l and .<:tandards and would inlerprpt them in caile of Infrncl!ons by melllbers of tbe studf'nt body. The ;l(lvant,'l�es found in ob vi oU H thl'Y rl'ally nef'd no pxplanation. \Vith reo :-; ( 1 ( ' 1 1 a .'1" ,, 1 1' 01 are gard 10 � I h f ' r rlll(·" (for pxamplp, doml hOllrH). ilomp system I'ould be inll"odll" Cfl whereby Illember!l of thf' (jorlllil Tnpt and ;;.f"'t l i P the rules to Iw 1 0 1 1 0 w f'lI. Thpre would be ( ·omplf· l (' rule i n the dorm:; by the student J,!ovt'rum.'nl of th{' dorlll". A l l matu'r" \\"oul d bf' handlNI by this dorm /.!:()\·f'rnmr·nt. Thiil ;.:y,.;t(>m WOUld. of ("ourse. rr-<lulre work. bone�lY. coop­ '·ri\tion-mo.� tlr work (if tllP ('on (·omitant r('''JlOn�ibiliIY look" di\rl� ominous 1 0 you Forgf:t tlJf> whol , · thing-I. 1I0wf'\·"r. we here III l'l.e no longer I'hildr{'n . W I' :tn' sr-If·lI,·knowl.,I!j.:,·d adult,.; and ;.:Iwulol bp <thh-. with work, make Ihi,; "ystem np" :'a/(' ('ffil"if'lltly and \\·" 11 11II·t f·ly Sf't down any f'xtensivl! :o:el of This ,·olulIln i " too "lion to l'ilan.l'(>". bllt ,.0:<;.:ilJly YOI[ .e' N thf' !.oint. Thpre are prowl ltrf'as here at I'LC that have a profollnll influen('e and ef[PI·l on tllP !\tudent holly. How· ever. lIup to \· ari ou ,; ['alL";";;; . ml)"t of the an:as :l.re not a("ce!'.;;ibte to stu· dC'!lt enlry. t il .... .'<lUt\f'llts han· no \"IliN' in milch tha.t if! extremely import· ant as far as thr· )" a r e ('onl't·rnf" !. \\"f' believe that thi:; i� not the way it should bf' and many I'llatlges should bt, made: indeed are necessary. Our Ihell!s is simply that stlllio:llt j.;overnment should be brcadened 10 1. 11(' point \\' 1I('re all a!'lpc('t;; of t·ampll" life and u r U v i t y are run by an.I left to the stndf'nt ..... Do we have an elixir that will bring tlt!s a b o u t ? R i g h t : J·lard work. an intense inlf't'est. wanting to make it \\"orll. £ome good old fashioned enthusiasm and perspiration. \\'c won·t ,get any\\,herp w i t h our present running violently about doing nothing. ollr apathy and intlifference antl ollr "\\'hy should I do anything" atLimdes. Htud(>n!

f'ohen'Il1

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Mediocray--A Mal ign a ncy? By Topper Nielsen

There Is an attitUde o r indUfer· ' S :�c�h: h�:��:::s �� �:r�:a::t:�� leges, Students or today have adopt.t ��€' �a��;::��VI�� j�setd :��:��. a�o�e:. Our own ca. mpus is not · to be exempted. It is a sorry state of affairs. The (uture can .)DIy envision con. t1nua\ degradation o( Intellect and -cultural standards, Ir this trend con. tlnues. It Is Imperative that we analyze tbe situation. Let us look to the ible B and see what Cbrist says in :'\Iatthew 25: 14-30. There we see that He wants us to do the hest we ('an witb our talents. That is exactly wbat isn 't being done . God wants it to be as one of our purposes here on earth to make his creation as perfe ct and beautiful as is possible , A s college students a special responsibility Is ours. \Ve have been gi ven the opportunity beyond others 'to help (;t'eate a more perfect world. Th€' flolntion lies in the desire to make our minds fEOrlile fields for in. telleetuai llurture. 'Ye must not stop at what i" nect'ssary to get by. Read beyond: �tudy science, philosophy, art. as well as all the other areas of learning. To be accomplished in all rields or Intellect Is the goal. Then we are dOing God's wlll ln-"er. feeling this creation. Learn to

see

·t he beauty in the finer thing.... In Ilfe. in arl1; as well as daily tasks. B)" doing ollr best to perfect our minds. tastes and bodies. this one. purpose of God's creation and our position as God's children. will be t)n a clearer road toward an accept· able solution. However, It must be remembered that power, fame and riches are not parts of the solution at all. It. these tbings foHow. they are only good it they are further used for the attainment of higher goals and the demolition o( mediocrity and lts disgust­ ing·atmosphere. As members or Christian strld(,nt body. the heavy responsibility 0,( satting the exam· pie must nOt be (>vaded but must be met head on In all united attempt to create thp.::.e standards. a

A New Song S y John Cook

OUt of the light the thunderer ca me, To torture the earth with his in. famo�s fame. He crept IlV l !n�p to lay hl S snare . And snari·lg. lEOtt us dying there. Into tht> nigllt 'he true light came, To �,��.�re love and give It His n He lived III low humanity. And dying, shroudedo1t Vindictively. In mire lfe le ' pt where I did grope. To br{'[lk the chains' or shackled hope. He ga\'e roe cause to sing a new song. And singing. m a r h on to His h eav 'n Jy 'tbrong. e


Debators To Attend Calif. Tournament

>

;.

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Judy

/ l ! I 1 "p k r r. Tom

Karl,

Kap l,a

S W i :l l ! l a nd. fnr

':11Ir]r·tlt.� . and .\11' Thp.odo r€' ,:p ...·I,1I d i rPf'tor, w : 1 J bp Pi l ) p 1ta ' �

r"prf>;;f· n : , t t i v.. "

t he n.a.t innal I ' i K a p p a

D.'I!.I

,c:fIothpr

ball",

(·(, n \· pn t io n-!O l l rn a tJI cn t.

with

Thp

rani;fI 'n

In,prnational

tOll

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fo·our e\'{,llt", debate. oratory, ex-

tournament.

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e

one

; :� :��:�

ea

�n� O f

Only 'l

' aceonl l ng to the pment .-ules,

Tom Swindlanrl. Yir'P'prbident of

;�-I:l

the local c h a p t e r of Pi Kappa Della,

w i l l be the ,'haptd, mtln, delegate

to the

CO" ,

and CYCLE AND KEY

--

B I C YCLE RENTAL

GRanite 5n2

Garfield St.

M e m b e r s o f t h e Letterman's C h o r u s who w i l l present their M i nstrel Show n e x t Saturday n i g h t . With t h e i r

a c c om p anist, C a l i Christe naen, and d " o< 'o', J e " y " a y " e ,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Le'Itermen To E L ,),..C. A wa rd s PLC Will Be Host G.·ve Annual S c ho lars hips To To Oxford Deba!ors MinslrelShow ��,�!:�,: •

face

Comple tf' w i t h bla,'k interlocutor.

m y &t f- ry

thE'

an d a

Leller-

m a n ' " C hn n l ;! w i l l prf'::1ent t h e i r an·

:'>I i n " t n· 1 Sllow , on ,\Iar( " h 1:1, at ">( : 0 0 p.m. in

n u al

a.t \ l rLla }',

ttw C :'I I :-i

a u d i ! o ri l l m Jerry Bayne i,; d i rector

of t�lf� group.

Sewing of all Kinds R e l i n i n g Cloth and Fur Coats

418

M RS. W H I T E

Parkland

Garfield

I n the �'ariE't}' program they w i l l

" i n .c::

d i go."

,,\1 ('11 "U

nllmbers

" :'Ilood

a;r

B o n e R ," '

r y

" Ol d

In-

:'>[ a n .

Price,

and " T h i s

Denlli;r

Ros;;,

Is

H

Rodin.

Riehif>

Brllce

Hein.� ,

lIille.

IJwaine

T his wi!! be the fifth annua l s h o w

o f th p group w h i c h Pr of. GU ll nar J. :\falmin

lng.

wa" i n strumental

LAKEWOOD BRANCH

PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK

MAIN OFFICE " STREET

-

_

LINCOLN

LAKEWOOD

IOJ'"'" HOUU ovo'" ,.,UU.(I c;o.�o..."o" _ no...... . . uu�, .......

E

i n SLart ·

RUSLER'S MARKET G R O C E R [ E S - M EATS V EGETA B L

Garfield St.

Open a Savings Account NO W

I . :-: A

<

1 3� ;;

((·",,01' o f ,� ()o"iology ( ·ol l pg.,

l'o J\s i d f' rs

at

thp

\V i tt e nberg

or

:;u hj ee t

a , ·a,].' m i ' t"r'-'E,dom. The es�ence of

the <lnkl .. i" Ihi' way i n w h i c h free-

<

i n Ollr I'ollege::; i ;; e ndan gered

, j O lll

what Profl's,;or He rtz terms";;in;;

by

in edul'ation."

:'Ily CO l l n t n· . .

Brandt and Eddie Larson.

Thrift is Part of Your Education

:'��'����I�

i ",;u e of F rontiers, the p l l b l i , ; I l i o n . Karl Hert z, pro -

! ; I tl ilary

A, a demi ' freedom is "the ;;elf. imposed moral d i sc i p l i n e o f the aea.. A lso fe-atu red i n two s p i r i t u a l l p l l i " co m m unity." I t is not u o re� ; numbf>f" will be a double quarte t ,; tr) " lf'd l i. berty to do as one pleases , anso n , Brian it i s "in the end th e freedom of the �'on;;istillg of Vern H i v,'r"

I.arr)"

dimes in time will grow into

S

Parkland

Stella's Flowers

Flowers for AI! Occasions WE

DELIVER

4 1 5 Garfie l d St.

GR. 7463

�======i OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS

Division

CUTCO of

Wearever,

" F i nest

See H.

to

obligat ion

te B

tr uth

the

thou,e-h the heavens fa[!."

T h e greatest threat to academic

t" r" p do m comf'S

not from evi l men bl l t f rom de rec tive I nstitutions. T he IIll)st grievous violation o f l i berty in

om ,'oll eges

i;;

not the occa s io na l

hO"T TO Jp n n i f f> r ( 'O P"'lll:t1l and [ 1.,> ,.; 1 ,'1' Hnrlo')", 11 I ,>r:1;\liol\:\1 I )L · ba l ,'

bp

r'-p l" '�" l l l a l i \'''',;

I - n:·

( )\ I o r d

from

��I:.�'�;.\1,1) �"'g�t�,;��> l it v' "� y

l I " " ,� I o don , 1 . n " a l nq i ! 1 \\ '

(J!'

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l I i ' i l :·;�:"�;;;� \��; ::: � �:.;· l; ;:.I �I�:��: \: :.: � ., il, 1 ll I . I '

S t l l a r t C i l bl','ath and Tom S w i nl!-

l a n d hal'f' bf"'n <"l1O ,, " :l to P'P)"',," T l t

PLe

i n rill' df>batt'. Ac ' n )'O\ i :l !!: 1 0 1 1'. .\ t h l" i .� onp o f I lw c:n'al" ,�t

�::���.S PLC K arl.

J0

h n

,' a n b" � l o \\'

Holum,

"p o nsori n g

11 PO) 11

11 I'''sidellt o f

ol·,e-anizat iol\. Pi

I w I ta, ha,� t h is

a

10

dt'·

the

Kappa

"ay o r PL C' s re " ' T1H�� " ord in Intf'rnational Dl"ba l � repre::lentath'es hav� a l w a y " r e por·tf'll t o th p i r .� pon so r � ,

of

i n tf' rnalional

lhat

l ilt-'

I n ,, t itll i f>

l::d 'j , 'a T i nn .

In" . .

PLC ha" been on,' of the ii:le,;L

\'

arbitrary repression o ( the freedom

' " o m pe ti t or s they hal·" ml"H."

ob;;truction

nalional debatt' p ro b l i' m of 1 9'1 ,1·::;:-;.

an

ot"

i n d i v i d ual to

te--d.eller.

effective

but

the

freedom

built i n to the very 3tructure of edu-

cation,

" Liberal education . . . Is

educa-

!io n for freedom because i t can be

properly carried out only in an atmospllere

of

freedom,

wht:re

no

i d e a s are tabu and a l l ideas are sub­ ject to vigorous, c ritical scrutiny.

The

Resolved: Should

of

Ihe

That

the

topic

till'

d,'baL�

is

CniLed

State,;

I":xtend D i p!nm:uir.: Re('ogni-

lion to the (o mmu n i s t Govern m enl

wl11 debate the neg-a­ guests, the affirmative

o f C h i n a, PLC rive, and the

of

ChlIrch ' Hev

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tile

LEAF

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111.111,' ;I\';lilablf',

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by

specified

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8tll�

0 1 " 11 1 h�.. I h .' , 'n l l " .c:". o f hi" choice.

:'\'lIlW1 ; t l ion,; fo r the grants, to be

; l j 1 j l l �t'd

I n fl'p...;hman

; 1 1 l ) ( ) ( T il .. tll;ld,.

h,.

by

rh','

year costs at

ET.C col1f'ges, mu::;t

i r w a l I,uther Leagup or-

1! ; l n I Z;l ' i llll ,;. I-l i n d e r l i f' "aid.

1 .-"

1 1" , l I l l i n , ' for apvlio'ation::l is April

l\[1 p l i o - a T i o n s �hol11d be

sent to

T il,· Ynll�lg \-'eople's Luther League,

I :: �

� _ .-, til

�I . .

:'Ilin nea[lo\i" 15. Minn.

A p p l i " :l l i o ll blank;; for UIe LutherI I I Ilml!lf'rhood awards may be ob­

l a i no->d by

writing- Ihe YPLL. Nom. i n : l l i o n s for the LEAf" awards are I,)

b,'

IIladt-'� on

L8AF' appli�atlon

r'H·Ill:'. obtainable

i;-:h,>"

or

from

the

i n all

( · III" I -= . I ian I"<incation,

ELC par­

department

4::!::!

\l i ll l � t'apo!i;; 15, :'>finn.

of

S. 5th St..

Su pport Saga Ca rnival

------

W I L L APPEAR AT SAGA CARN IVAL

· · I n many Luth" I-an colle.c::e s, tht:re

ha,; been.

01

l'OU)"oole. no problem of

a" :uj,-'mj,' freedolll becall s e : 1) their

fal"lIiti l"s have been notoriously even more powerless than tllO;;e of other institutions,

subordination

::! )

ehurdl·JolIlinul&i policies

to

often

has

plat'''' '] th .. e w p h a s i s o n religil)us i n ­

i n Cutlery"

OWEN

mo ra l

:H

Oile o f \ three n)Ilt'KP"; of rlw :\ o rl 1 1 \ ,. " t to "PI.C ha" bpt�n hOllorpd

t h .=!!

1·: 1 . ( ' :1:ld hy 1 11 , -' I :!l l l l ra l\ Bro­ : I I " I'llnoo! 1 1l � ' 1 I'a , , ' ,",o l ' i f' I ), . n ...: , ! \ " I . I I· � il I P \I l n ll" 'r� who arC' pr!',,­

' !l "

the tournament.

In

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-al,1

I,t'ag-ut-'

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$9,­

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I'LC"s

lilu,\';

during' t h f!

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I li ��:�O:'�I� :::�: : ��f'��� �<;�; ���t:, ���: I ' I

Page Three

lSA Publication

to

t i on · to u r na m P ll ! in I {('d l an d " . C a l i f , .

Ap r i l

I I , 1955

Discusses ,College Academic Freedom

C o nn i p H u ;; t a rl . S t u a r t ( � i l b rf>a!h .

"'n�io'

Mar,

Friday,

FLATBERG

PLC, North H a l l, Room

C-17 WashIngton Phone: GRanite 8671, Ext. 1 6 1 Parkland,

doctri nation a n d , lJ�etistic moral pa­ tPrnalism. alJ(i ing-

has

i�

a ssur t'd

faculty in-br:eeJ­

'sate'

profefsors ;

underpaying and overworking them

has put them i n

a

posi tion where

the poor de�'ils r.:an't afford to pro­ test."

S u p port Saga Carnival When You Want Books

C. Fred Christensen

*

ONE-DAY SERVICE

*

" It's time to get the S p ring clothes ready, ' we hope ) "

Bookse l l e r and Stationer

932 Pacific Ave_ B A. Tacoma, Wash . ..--

4629'

N E W LOCAT I O N : 415 Garfield St., next to the Donut Bar PARKLAND C E N T R E

"Senny a n d Tommy." musical variationi sts, w i l l be featured a t the Sage Coronation on

F ri da y

nig�t.


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'I

Friday, M a r c h 1 I , 1955

by Walt Ball

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f e r· i n fa.'1, t i r p j r hi nl ill rH I\' . In I h i s (" � I a ,\' atoJl l h p I a gll e hut h,\\'e t \\" o " p 1 i l l l l ! < ' IWo di l'i fli on ;:: _ 1-::1;:: \ a l l d \\'f> !<t. l'oll t a i n i l l J! ! 1 nrf' gatn '-- s I'l'mai n i n g , The Om(" 1 " :1 1 1 \ < , l ' l l i · d r o p p i n e f i l I I " P ( an"" of :1 o l i f f " r"'1!{'1' i n !<.flllIefltf>r I! H � . ; 1 1 10'1' \I ll lli n ('leven in a r w, ;': � � T " Il1� ' " I ll : 1 1 I" : r \ " � ( ' 1 ' � . \\'\\'('1-:. a n d 1 ' 1 , ( ' In l it,,: \\'.' � I I'J'!I h a l f all(1 ,1",-.: 1 it ]1[1il' l h i ,; 1:1":( \I' t'ek ;:: l i p i n t o \\· h i T \l n rT!r. 1 :\\'1 ' 1·: ; o n d 1 " ' l I t r a l in Ihe o l h"'r t1i1'i�ifln . ;:: 1 '('01\d p l , ' I' [ I(,.lanline ' !<.. once t i ed ' 1954 F I N A L STA N ,o I N G S for fir;q 1'101, ' (' w i i h :'\"orth Ha l l Ci l . . W w West L E<'Ist rp !lIlW lI"lo]i l11: d o w n t il ... I h i l'll ! ' ; " ' i fi , ' 1 . 1 1 1 h .. ra I I c ' P I ! ! r a i \\' a ;:: 11 )11;11'(> .� j)nt f t ' l' a , 'ou jJ l p :-<p t b:wk!'o . 1 ' 1 1 1t'·I ·-"" ' l l l l d . \\'hHwflrl\r JI! t il£' So. 2 I 1',1,1:' liP, C e t ra l liar· W�!l'rll \\':If:h 1·;;r !< l l'rn \\·:t"li. ra!'i, ;< \r:1S " (1[1H:' liP \ 0 1 ;l k f> o l' e r the ( 'o n l p !'l'n.·1' .'ha!lJl'i{JII�hil'

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II'a;:: a ll , i ty lafll sea ;::o n. Al s

0

n:l I ll!' l i " t o f hIlJlt'f\l I � arl' Hon � I o raa s l i . Jack l I e l 1 l l n . ! , I l t e .I!'r;:: tad a nd { ; a l f> Tholllp:<on.

:'-1 <1 \' i l\),: inl,) 1 l\f> i u fi ( ' l d WI'

1 1 (\(\11 a l \ ' \ P f' n n y Hn� :"" t ry i l \

Yt�:I I'.

Hkh 1 l (, 1 11.�

will

.lim

hI'

Bob Olfl!" \ al

find

( 'O I1 <'o rdi

:1.

Linl'oln

Tan"Hll

a;

a n d Larry :-:holwl'/!. from ;:llllny California.

" o 1'n'--'r" L:II't'y 1.:111 1' a n d F r a n k

La th'

a

\\ i l l 11., t O I l ,l: h a l l til,' \\';Iy a rollll,l an,l

ct

o

(' 011('g-f' i n Portland. l.f'adin s::- l' a tl ll i·

('

o

l I bb !' , Li llo.,:oln On']' ill the " h t.

,latP!, at "hm't :< \ o p al'l' D O ll :'-Iay from Clon'r Park; Chu('k

'of

o

flt ('r w i l l t r y t ir i r l u c k . COIllj)(> t i l i o n

el't'n'onf>

has. a n l' <Iuai chann'.

(':u( 'h" I ',; )H1�i l ioll i.� p r" 1 1 y 11'('11 na i l l-'d down by l>on Gaanlcr, who

'l iJI h., h:1L k,',j u p h y

I.ynn Calkins.

A l l 1 111' I n p 1lIf'1I from til{' moUn(\ ,,'aff arf' ba('1;, TOll ,l:'anll' winner

1",,1 � ('al' '\.:." I hl :l i t1\' I Ir:l

1Hl t .

an d 1 0 re co rd,

a 9

L E A G U E NO, O N E ;\orlll I-Ia11 ' : ' ; n �fl

Ivy

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(A)

C rew ('uts

w j l h a I·� r" ,·ort!. w h i <'il J.!'a n' h i lU a J)iac{'

Pacific Lutheran Track Squad Begins Spring Workouts with Salzman As Coach

.11

10

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W

( ' ( . 1\ 1 1'.'11 Barra r k ;::

L

11

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I"'ie.lllt)

,'omes Into fo('ug,

n s::- l e t t f'rUl f'n p lu 5 ;:onte !,f'ttl'rml'n b;rrk I h ifl p'ar are �t[1n .1;I< · nh.� o n . a j ll l1 i Q' from H i l' l i l a n d ( '('f l t t'r. \ I ;:: I'o n. i l1 . �tn. n rll11S bot h h a l f m l l f' a mi t he mile. Don t hl '' n o ' fr(lIn Fort �Ila\\'. ( ; a rd ' '. ,\I'o n l a n a , i.� h:lI'k fo r b i s l a;: year

of

rl' l ll l'n i

o \ l t � l a n d i l\S::- fr "" h lllan 1'1'0;:1)('('1;:

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high

11

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i ta,"

low�

I h ' :!·:!ll-yard > l a..:11. In Ihe �tllt:aa,;1i. a I 'a rk 1 1'1 , ,\1111'1 aud ( ' Il ly a "OIJholllo re.

\\ ,,11 a,;

t

h i e h jll III 1', Pal,'

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ju tllpt'd 0\'(,1' ,"" , ;I.: f'�" 1

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halld

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1,01,' 1',1 1 1 1 1 . broa d jllrnp and

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.

I-: iq. : 1 1 1 1111

will bf' on

fIn t il l' 1 I0 11·( 'on h-rellte lUeet�·

_ ._ ._ _• .....:.:-.. --=J:____... �_ .. _ \-�� � ••, ���r.�Z '&'o-r "i'Q�(,..�l\C& ' LowelJ II,, ;'ff('I(', e: , I n. r d. or t h nl h" t ". I l a \"l' t h l'o}I'.� he jll\, cnlin a n d a l;::o llolf' \',1 1 1 1 1 ;0 , I n t h e shotput Hall ( 3 1 . . " \'I>nt l/r('re i,; ('m·tis H v l and . a Second Team ('Tlrt Hovland. f"r\I'anl, ('rew CUls

Uil-hard �(·hwillll1. forwart!. =->lllb;<. Hill

F'oe",f', (·enler. Om£>g-n.'!I.

Hay l.. e !-lt('I', ,gllard, T\')' l I a l l ( A ) . L('st('r,

Chal'lp!I

(A).

,i.;uard: I v)'

{'harle!'. Gobbs. guard, T aco

Hall

ma .

Honorable Mention

9

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I ra ck

H I·fl r.

I I l'a l l t rac k I fl a c h , :'-l ark Salzman, p l a n ;:: n n ;, ",nO li ;:1'1\ ;:on wi t h ph'nO'

. .. . . ... 1 1

G(lI ' ll '" (:uldl

III(' " l lrr(>nt ba,;k{'tball ;::f'a·

\\' H h

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(3)

'ral'ollia

ba ,;I' w i t h Hey !'o('I'OIHI base of Ta (' lJl: r , and

f n r l h i s positinll. Tl'yin}!' fo r

:'-1oo ('{' . fn�l"hillall f m m

Ir;l11"r" 1 frl)lll

firH\

F'acll l t y a r e t i e d for

L('a,C'Ill' ;:t a lltl i n gs are as follows:

;I�(�

t l' C al l i st e r, a

the pf'r;::o l of Hon

"'a t l 1 f' .

n

I h lrd. pa('h w i t h

flob Ho�;:. ( �oj n g by tlli!"', I

10 e n l ('r \rpr(' is in

fl·... .�hm:lll frn m l . i l1f'llln o f

l h i !"

/

� � :;::;:�I�el(::.�;.:'::�(��;I;�·r;.I':\ ��I�·i�a�;��·I���.?�:�, : :::�� �: � :'t J lall o :-: wl�('rf' !I(> ,·

. I I k I . . f.;j 1' ;:�" ;:h� �)� I :;i,:II,i; \\:::1 . 1

to

(

( ' h i m p s and

I

faN'!' w i l l bf> H" 'tI i n lir(> i n fi el d allli IWO) i n lh(> uu tfif'ld for

i irrh' nl'\1

o

f'I " f> ly by t l i p plI\\,{'rful �lub". T h e

Ii

I�'l. ;:: t yNl r·f: 1:: 1 ':11\1];llioll In 1 lhf' 1 .u te' s fin' f i r;:: ! !' t ril1 s::-er;::- .I lm Dall, . •l1ul

a

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\\'a ;ohifi�lnn "

("('lit]';'!! \\·a " lr i n s::-I oll

1 :: .

Fra n k Karllo;::k i , Hnn H i l l inc:". Hi,'k I .ar!;on

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Page Five

T H E M OO R I N G M A S T

-= -:--:

1 NTRA M U RAL H I G H LI G HTS

Stan

I lIl II O £'

Pa w l e n , �Ioe.

[ f e n l n , II'}'

Centra! Barracks ; Hall

� o

Ivy

HalJ

(A) :

(A);

Clyde

.Jack

Genz.

Omega1i ; Iyel' f J l a fl n , De .Jard i n e · fI ;

t

o

,,1\1,II I,mon' frnm Canby, Oregon.

::: 7 I 1:

:-'nrf) ...

t

of !lip fresh uw \ t h a t Coal'll

a l . I 1n

to he l p the squad

n the h l �h ami ru nn in g t l l p hurdip,.; is Dave Knlll:'lOn .from Kirkl and, \\·:1. 4 h i n g l o n . I·'rom T u rlo k . ( ' a l ifornia, ' om f' L(Jwel! Sheldahl (>xPf'C\,;

i n d l l d ' Jim

(

H aala d from A l ban y ,

f l rr·coli. .lim n l n s bnth

10\1

who

h u rd l e fl . AI,;o

runs

prnm i ,;ilH:

Za rrrd t

{

the

d l fl tanl'e;:: .

d i fl t :l tH'f'

f,'om

c

fl

runner

K('n nl."l('i .. k,

A nothe r !s

DOll

Washing·

a n t I DlI·k Kent. Crew Cuts.

1" 1"

" :a !'. t t'J'l1

.Iukt-'r" . ( ' I v \� t C reek ' o Hall

II')'

1 ,1

...... .

16

1 '\

(BJ

[Ii/-: Curt Hov l an ll has been con-

and reo h'arn. \'1'1'1l Han:,on w i l h a :l.:� rccord a nti Bud I.e;::· mali t lIyh!'h iIc't ang: g ue',. leadin/-: scorer l (' r with a 1·:l :l 1' rf>ady for ,c-ootl a :<o n . Otl1£'rs trring- for a ('(>gu l a r 111' to thl' i;rte"t e o l i n :" . Ho\'land l u r n w i l l be .J , r ry i.;'!r!'ooll. Sta n P[1wl('y. anll ,John Fromm. ha s a to tal of 27-' anti i s 35 polnt;; The �" he>,llll(> for 1 11 1' !'('a!<.Oll j" a;: fol l o w·,, : ;r h r- :r II of h i s nC'arc"t opponent,

" n lite> a l l '('o1\f,�rf'nl'J� f>

'

April

f:f'

:\

:)-('('ntl'al. here.

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m.

:'-lay

,lay

l.owf,l1

- t ' n j \'l'I' i y of 1I,'iti;:!J Col u

I'

m b ia , here.

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t

wi h

t h ,'

I ' nil,.�r,;ity

:-:01111.1. h('re.

A p r i l . Ht,l'(" " h o p i n

,£:'

of \\'Ol "hi n,l!ton

sompwhcre around

t h e first of

he g N !'- plf' ll l Y of �ood weathe!' for p r ac ti ce , be('all se

l i m p i s of the !':,:<elH'e.

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Garfield Street

QUALITY REPAIRING - DYEING

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1 1 9th &. Pacific

G R , 3211

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g

g: leaders i n d \ llie e r "('ol'i n2:13 poi n ts ; S t a n

I l a ef fe l ('.

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p n i n l s ; and C l y d e Gellz.

o l fi c i a l

P ATRO N I Z E O U R A D V E R T I SE RS

!wl:J

l!'a�up

,;

of

i nt ra mu ral

the

a lll P E' t i n g' \Vedncsday

('\'{' ning a n d

fro

ru

this

m

ee t i n g

,'amI" t h e 195�·�5 all·star s el ec ti o n s. The

fi l

·!' t I{'am i nl'ilill e s :

' Hay Heie!'sO Il,

flail

labour.

ART'S SHOE SHOP 1

l\ I.'y.

The

('0,' \1'11 :'- 1 ; 1 1'\· l l a r ;: ! t m a n if: ci ic-kering a t t h e p rps en t for a (Iouble-head,

(.1'

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Oth

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H i " hard �dlWil1llt, who bas a total

A pri l l U-Cflll l l':l1 at E!I('n sb\lr�. A p r i l :!�- \\" ' ';l l'rll a t Dell i n g-h a

:<b l'n

forwarll,

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Th e b e st bal l f o r yo u r g a m e

h

has t h e excl u s .j v e

UnlO.:e Hille. forward, Omegas,

Gt"rald Schimke, center, Chimps. Dick Bramel)", guard,

D U RA-T H I N C O V E R

DeJardlnes.

Madden's Men's & Little Men's Shop

Here's amazing new durability i n a high<omprcssion ball. The DU RA·TH I N · cover provides [his great new Spalding DOT ® with real scuff rcsistanc: ' , , keeps the

GRanite 4242

Parkland Center Bldg.

DOT

uniform and UUC, even on rugged high.iron shots,

The hew DOT has a greater compactness for truer, more uniform Hight. It's actually an economical ball for you

to play.

PROMPT, COURTEOUS FUEL OIL DELIVERY

And, with all this new durability, new DOTS still offer

the long, long carry every hard·hittcr wants,

At school, or on your home course, make your next round. a better one with this greatest of all golf balls,

Poehel Distributing Co.

SPALDING

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140th and Pacific A"'enue

One of the most important habits you may ever lea rn

Ihe

i" lile ilUllf{//U',' 1I1('r/rot/ or s:wiog. It is re gil l a r, protected, compubory. and SlIre. The LUTIII::RAi'I BROTIlI' R'1l 00D

home office will be glad to supply compIeIe information on how life ins urance can serve

yOlJr needs

during lnd

,.

after c ollege.

'-

Phone GR. 8624

THIS IS

t�

sets the pace in sports

LIFE INSU RAN CE SOCIETV

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608 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH

MINNEAPOLIS 2, MINN.

. More tban $500,000,000.00 Life Insurance In force

E I N A R BOTTEN, General Agent. 312 North 85th St., Seattle 3. Washington

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THE

Page S i x

M O O R I N G MAST

M a r c h 1 1 , 1955

Friday

by Bill Johnson , ACP

. LITTLE A L B ERT

i

t

I ­

New Bill

Concerning Real Estate Take

C . S.A To Meet

t

1l l q

pr i "a l !'

>

rp,'Pll l l y

non-tax-

Ol d Main to H ave New Constitutio n

Eastvold Terms Trip Success

E H

I

WEEK'S CALENDAR

PI'. :-: . C a,: t J l d r{'t\lrned � l a r o ' h hi l'her ellll· " O ld :-' a i n rt':o; i ll r' n t� \I" i I I !-'oon 7: I I\} p,m,-C. S . A. " l a l f> have be(·1J ex· :0 froll1 :-' l i n lwapnli" \\-hp r(' hl' a t · vOl" O i l t h !' adoption of a r{'vls{'d Monday, March 14 a nnou nces :-'l a l'i l y n l . S. A . ff'l1 ()\\'ship Sunday night in I'll' pi f!'l)m p:l y i n g n'al I's ta te L.'l.xe,.; 1 " l 1 d f> 1 1 r h l1 rd\ !I\{'('tin,l!." and �poke " on"'l itnl ion," C h oi r returns, I lpr t )" , dnnn i to l'Y p re si d en t. tile u p p f' r SlTl, I·I f' "po k e to t h e Oil -II) :l r rt· s o f ea m jl us-u se property. al t \\ll lTlN'tI 11/;'" 7 : 00 p. Ill .-lIol i ss lo n phas i s. Fl'ida�' "1' P!l i n g: , :-'l;lrl·h .1 . hp l1\el The l'olllillittee for th e rev i s i on !'llnden!s [Inri a few l1)p mb p r;;: of tht' :"\0\\' i n a rf>ct'nlly p[l ;; se d bi l l ini · u : ·la-PrayPr Service, C-M-S balrNa l-iagenson , t i a t l',j hy 1 11 (' As ,,;o('i a ti o n of ::'\'on- \l i l h 7 0 PLf' a l u m n i of St. Pan l at was l'n m l}O� pd o f f a C i l I t y on "T're-df'stina� ' cony. \l f' .. p"l i na tio ll wa :: : a X' � I I I ' ; , o n l'd o l l f'):: !:e, and l' ni\'er- SL A n t h o n y l'ark Chll l'\"l1 where the i<opholJlore chairman: Janet Towe, red s ho n a.� a l 7 : 15-I.C.C . . TrIO,1. (l o l ' l r i l i P of tlH ' Ll l tll f' ra n Ch\l rch or :"it�ps i n \\·a;::. h inJ<ton. Inc .. of whidl H" \"f'rPllll Al l.,' w i s i,.; pa s to r. The rr" :o;!J m a n , and Oa rl ellf, H a l g e n , !i: OO-i"'i Kappa Delta, CMS·l��, r. }-:;I:o;I \'ol d i :o; pr,'s ident, t. h i s e x· :l l u !ll n i ,'o ll :-< i s! in g of .:3e lll i nar.r stll· :-<op h omnI'P. �1 i ,.;:l :-'I arga rp t \\'ick­ w h i c h m o s t Ll1theran� Ila \' " ra tllf'r D 1 Tuesday, March 1 5 k n O\\ I (.d �p . l I e 'sai th a t r mp l io ll h a s bf'ell extPlllle(] to 100 dl' n t � :lnd wi ve;;, fo rm e r students, " I ro m . lJ('all o f \\'omen, and :\Ilss ;, !' '�l Il l PannI' .Ioll:l ri:lI(' t ·he, ill�11Llrtor i n

r f> l i g i o : l,

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th e

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Sunday, March 13

Em

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,.; n o w i-'rt'da 11011].(', h Ol lselll o t !w r, ad\'iged ] � : :l O- n . H.n., Da y roo m . �l1 i s a lllPan s o f ,,;::' ;; 1 1 1'. :1 1 J"P ,; w i t h an a d d i ti o na l exemption a n d t(JrI1H"1 fanllty m p b e r l !",,'" : t , , \'i\nct't\ '1f'...� TPPs ('am� 1114' ,·omnl i I 1 Pt'. fl" l l:1 p:.y i n g a l r s ,,:1,1 p xc-ise taxes . .� l \ ! dy i ll ! 1 :! : 50-Lettermen, :-'1�lO�. �I!l("(': it I,o." i l i\·,. thin).: not n ega ti \· e. �::!I"P tl1(' tf'n pr i va t e ('ol1f'ge:: a 1111 from :'11 ::,11l's ('a�t allli \\,P,.;1 of St. Th(' rf'\'is('d con s titlltion \\·a.'l p rE">'I: OO-L.D.R . T h i :-< \1 ;I� po: !! 1 .... 1 O l l t i!l ;::. h o w i n g 1 (1 t" 1 : : 1i o ! a P . �f'T\fpd ne;\r· by Gr('ta n serve H i a ge l\s in o l l . !;tatE' Tlle,;e h ti : ::H-SIIlIT'!;, ·1111 floor lo un ge . l L ; .� . L E's t l lf' d i ffr'J"{'IH'f' b p T w f',�n l)re..r1esti na- \ n i Y f> ' . Ill f' e t­ e s a at \\ 1l e 1, n e dormitory h t :-'larch , d ' y t, a da rolled 1; c i : :lil- - .\l i�,.;ion f'rll;;:;ll\('rs, T. C. l i('(l l a h(' of df'nts 1 y �\lnd:t�' 1 n u t ;]"( ('·t : 0 I t N t . () n a Il d doubl{'-pr lestina ion, i n hi�llt� .. learnin,t::: i n \\'ashington, s:t1ll'[uary o r T r i n i y Luthel':lll Lu- ill).:". T h e nf'I\' co n sti t u ! i o n will be I i : ·I:,-Stu ieilt Cou n ci l , Asno. II hkh tp a ("hp s thaI Gnd pfNleRtines l,ro.-d",,' l in:l l i o n

Ea\

t

s

hf"!:l,\' f'n and

ome t o

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no t

is

t wh a

('h urc h (('ac · IH' ''.

11 (' 1 1 . \\ i t h :,' 1 (' -.; p el' ted in{'rea�e by 196;), l":1 l !h" $ 1 :,0 -' . 000 los,," to t h e state will he Lll t he I

�n f> t o m

th

f>

p r('(k�ti n <l ti on

In

benefits

('ompared to Its

small

to

Chri� t ];- n 0 \\. ;; u s a;;: a s he ph erd t he."e i n s t i tutioni'. ShN'p. \\"f' are fo)"o!"(lained

1;lI n\\"� hi,.;

f'il�tor :\"Nile

E.

of 11l'O:lo.­

:'\ei:-<on

"It:\\' LU!!lf'!'an :-'Iemorial Chur('b 11\

SPilll l£" \\' i l l ;;pt'a];CI111r('h."

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t

at

l Claire, \\"is-

F t

('on s i !) . Thi,.; ("hurd) is one or t h ree

which has branl'1H'll fro m

i rs

t !Jpr:m C h l l rl'lL:l t;u n g rl;'ga t i on

PLC Debators Return From Tournament t

Ll l'

whit'h

h t , sf'J"\"t'd from 1 8 :;3 t o 1 9·!:!.

o n the general A l i r('(\. but happy debate t ea m l i ssi o n o f thE' Sinc.:e hp plans to 1:1:1];-(' a r(' l l nlf'd from Lin f i e l d College i n

lilc;-me, "Thp "'odd

tht'ran C h u r c h ,

1'0." 1('11

in

a

Whf'Il i t b cOllied a nd then

w ppk froIU that t i m e it w i l ! he

y o! ,'(l o l1 .

Thp two lll :1in ('hang�" t ill t he

COil·

,.; t i t 11lion \\- p re that the orrk i al llaDle On \\"f>{lnpstla�', :\I arch �, Dr. E'-1St· 0 r t h e orl'illlization h a s b e () 11 Yo l d cOlllit\ c tt'd Lf>l1 f' n services ill l' ha n ge d from Delta Pi Kappa to

t

SaYior's Lutheran C h u r c h in

QUr

;-.t

:-'l i n n ea poli i'

whert'

the

B. it

es ie lll s

O ld :-'lain

I.C.C.

He\'erentl offi{'p of

Aulf Kraab(·I, fo rmerl y presitlent of

hl�('J\

a bo l i,.; h f'll.

and

Hall

the

relJresent.ative bas

The nf'W ('onstit\\­

Oreg-on, early Sunday t h p b0:1r(j of tru ee s ami brother of t i o il gi\·t·� Iht, tl u ti es of I.C.C. re p.. (·ho ;::'t·!l a s hi� topii-, "Where Do \'I'e mOrnilli!". The ;;p\'en1een members :-'Irs. :-'lorken, i s pastor. " All these I'f' s ' n ta tin to the vice·president, !tad bpPfl attending t.he Sil\'er A n n : - proopl(' ;;:t'nol gTf'f'!ings to teachers w h o i n t h e ]la s t h :1 f e ll" d u ti es . /!o Frnm 1If'r£''' r "a ry Tourn ament. O nly a fe w allli staff," The reasons for the n ew c o n s ti ui.. All are i lH-i led , and u :-ged to CODlP \,p s t a s f i r s \'ir e pres- tion \H're to give Old :\Iain Resi· I n h i c pa ci ty a to the Sl-B fo r Chris t ian f llowsh i p lJ(l:II ! .� fro m � w p{> p;;:l.ak e$ , t h e team mo l'£!

] l el'�onal

app l i ca

t io n

:-'

IH'

h:ls ' 1 c .\l in m'il lf> ,

e

ot"fen'd t o u ;::. tJy these mee t·

E'

d i d vRry

we l l .

Gi b ea h

of

iden!

the

t

E.L.C.

he

a lte nd ed

d

dpIJt ;;; their own s peC ial constitution

t

7 : ::0-ConfiI"mation. Ro e' s home.

I ::lI1-Lat\y

Lu t ef';. Club room .

9 : 00-C.S,A. COIlIlt:il.

Wednesday, March 1 6

6 : 1 5 a,m.-Toastmasters, Sh o p .

7 : i;j p, m .-A me ri ca n ciety. 8-108.

A

7 : OO-�Iission

Emphasis, Reverenll

Rolander.

7:

3U -

lp h a

i n Coff£!c

Chemh;al So­

Sigma Lambda, Club

Thu rsday, March 17

I : OO-CampllS

De\'o!ions, T. C.

6 : 30-Al p h a Phi Omega ,

7: l .'i-\\"" h i t e Caps, L-I0.1, m ee ti n gs fro m F'eb ruary 2 S s i n c e the begi nn i ng of the two wo m 7: 31 1�1··.T . A., u pper S UB . he en's dormitories o n ca m p s u and to a� f l i;::. c.:hil(\n·TI. 1\(' e ho" e us and phu'f>d fi r s t i n ora to ry, first in Lin.. 10 :-'l a r(' h ·1 . He also r epr esen ted t FrIday, March 1 8 e h t f n erenee e h t t a e colle o f ('o o t , up t i g ng i r b n e at d ex predbtined us a l l to a home i n , ·O I I l · ! Jou gl a s s debate, st-{;ond i Saga C arn iva l . , b oar(\ of education o f t he E.L.C. h eayen i f w e only ac( ppt the fa c t t e m por<lI1('o l) s ; Bo b Lundgren too k

that i;;

ings.

'lhat He has. A

que"tion

follo\�·e.j

in

eerning the topic.

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Hogness continued by saying that

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VOLU ME 32. NUMBER 20

Seattlei te. C row�ed Saga KiDg aad Queen · '-" "''''

FRIDAY, MARCH

English Debators To Appear .Here

Stuart GJl breaUI and Tom Swlnd­

Phinn"Y·RMgp·L'UrtrerJff,€·�ltntirill'Sea"le has the nonuLO".... (ounring both Queen Ja ne t Towc and King Vern Hanson as (on· grq::Jtional memlX'rs. Bot h Saga royalty arc SC3Hlc (ontriomions {O the Pacific Lutheran College scene. ---{Jueen Janet eame to PLC from

�f'attle's Lincoln

HIgh

School for

this. her freshman year. The p�tlte blond will lJut all a stude,nl nurse's

uniform next year at Emanuel Hos­ I.ital as the first step In becoming

a r egl.�te l'ctl nurse. The proud Ivy l l al] ' er�,

.J anet's

sponsors ,

think

t!Jut a whl lt! cap will l o o k almost

:\londay

evening

the

...

Caps ,

White

Life,

YO\ln�

" horlls .

and

then

,tli,< ..... ;I.nior year at ofr a

PLC has topped

slint

four·year

on

Harsh's

lea rns

, Let-

l£-rlnen's Club. Ulue Key, and Senior bast!ball alit! basketball

Cla!"s

IJI'cshlent have

been his

Uvilies while working toward a de-

Ole-

gree In math educalion, For his outstanding

ilS

a

rC('ord Vern was

member

of

\Vho's

chosen

\Vho

AIIl('rican Colleges for 1955.

in

Ca lendar OJ Saga Carnival Week-end Tonight the 1955

Carnival

Saga

opened In the CMS auditorIum

with

the eoronation of Janet Towe and

Vern

Hanson

as

the

Queen

and

ceremonies

and

King of the event. Burt

MeMurtry,

radio personality from KTAC, act­

ed

as

master o f

nowned the royalty, Tremendous

Ihe

audience's

indi cated

acceptance a t

applause

the

royalty. The blond queen, holding

I l qUet o( roses, wore the ;� :;;o::s� .\', Tiley both stepped forward to be

l l o.

Coel1r

Lake City

in

In

Spokane and unloaded all

but

four :passengers but a faulty brake

rolled

backward down an Icy hilI. narrow­

ly missing four cars . During the tol·

l wing two. days, both buses went O intO the sbops of Inland }[ a t o r FreIgbt where :-'Ir. Gus :-..'\eman. the

owner, (Dick Nieman's father} saw

to

it that net:essary

repairs were

made. Worn-out brake diaphragms

were replaced, the faulty air line

repaired, and front wheel bearings restored to good condition on both

buses. The buses ran well for nearly

all of the

remainder

of

the

trip,

a jester's crown In gold with red

lap of tbe trip home, but tbe otber,

the

queen's

head,

while the king received a replica of

porn pom�.

Entertainment was

slowed only by ice, snow, and cold ( .1 3 Q

at

Coeur

d'Alene).

O n e b u s suffered engine failure

near Castle Rock, Wasb., on ,t be last

with a double load at passengers,

furnished by . returned safely to tbe college.

Tommy and Benny from Portland,

Tbe high point ot the tour for m t �I�� ��:��� :��I: �e: !� :�r:;-�: most of the Cbolr members was Salt I e r r:.ake- Clty,- Utall.- The congregation and trumpet. Tbey are returning tbere bad arranged an excellent from a tour of 'Vashlngton· and Ore- tour of points of Interest, which oc-

tiJU.

I;'ollowlng the coronation the king

l.! nd quee=t were honor guests at tbe

carnival

In the gym,

Many gayly

dceorated booths awaited tbe huge (:rown which joined In the .festlvi·

l'e!:.

Saturday night the Lettermen's

chorus

will

present

their

annual

cupled the wbole day, First there was a tour of Temple Square, with

a special organ concert glyen In tbe

� lormon T 'aber.'cle bY, Dr. Fra,nk A s p e r, the T abernac e organ st, Chu(ch.

Following

the

concert, the choir members went

to

the home or Anne Stewart where

audltorJum. Directing

them

they

were

whisked oft to nee.rby

will be Jerry Bayne and accompany- Bingham, Utah,

(Cont1nu� on Pace Four)

(or

a view

ot

(Continued on Pue Fov)

\

wa,;

eduC'atell at Queen

geography.

He has

.\Iary College Cnion, deputy presi­

I!�nl of. the University o f London,

and he was a member of the BMUsh

Ilelegation �J)onsored by the Coun­

cil tor Education in World CItizen­ flhip

to Youth

Festival. He was a

l'orporal in the Royal Air Force and flpent his service time In the Drltlsh

Above is pictured Queen Janet Towe, who will reign over the Saga festivities, along with King Vern Han.on. this weekend.

Library Circulars To Aid Students The

student

l ibrary

committee

presented circulars to the student

body today in chapel. These circu.

lars contained eleven quesl ions to be answered by the students. This

was done to create i n terest i n the library. A similar questionnaire was

sent to over 200 students this sum·

mer to lind out different opinions

and to recel\'e suggestions (or jm­ provement.

"It must be emphasized that tbe

library is maintained for the bene·

at at tbe students and gives a dis·

tinctl n opportunity for the students to lind out i( they can make good at self government," remarked Mr. Solbert.

Se \'eral student committees have

"been formed to work on is!ues conc ernlng the library. The committees Klttelso�,

chairman,

and

Mildred

VanBuren and Elwood Rieke; poll.

Kat:hy Biery Receives CSA Scholarship Kathryn Dlery, a senior at PLC,

recently received word that she has

been chosen as one of twenty �tu­ te d

be t O 9 1 :.,l, _·O OU�� ·,' by th• " lSt·ed' . I$" .... ho ' a .�'" h , p n

l nt

:'\ational

t

LIIlr.eran

scholanihlp

r;enses

travels

that In

ta t

Council.

The

will

be

her!;

and

as

she

:-..'orway

this SUlUlller st!.ldylng the Christian

students

Glenn Johnson.

Both of the foreign debators are

Student

mo\'pment

there.

Chw!tian

Along

Federati0i'

which the CSA Is a part.

'

of

In order to apply for tb e scholar·

ship,

Ka'hj filled out- one of the

application blanks sent_ out by tbe

. :\'atlonal

Llllheran

Counl'il

to tbe

C.S.A. �roup,;;. She also bad to write

a paper or::. "What I Tbink Should Be

t he

<

This is the fourth year out ol {tve

for PLC to be honored with Inter­ national

Debaters.

The

earned b y participation.

honor

is

The students picked tor the de­

bate were chosen by Mr. Theodore

O. H. Carl, speecb director, on tbe

basis of partiCipation, ability, and

interest. This is, Indeed, an honor for the PLC debaters, for

M r,

Karl

bas this to say ot the contest, "We

bave always had the reputation that

we have given them the best de­

bates i n tht! entire country, and we want to�eep tbat." Stuart

Gilbreath

Is

a

junior at

PLC. majoring In �peech, He is ac­

holds an Q..onor degree, tbe second

highest dll>tinctlon this organization offers. By tbe end of tbls year he will have earned specIal distinction,

with this they wJII study tbe Wo�ld ,the

Pu rpose

ot

the

European

S tudy p.-ogr a m and What I Should Get Qut of .It." She was chosen on

highest

honor. This

placed ti["8t In

torical contest.

year

Stu

the all-college ora­

Stu comes to PLC tram StadJum

High School In Tacoma, Tbls i s his

third year In debate and for the liSt

two

years

has been on all major

(Continued on Page

Three)

REV. LUTNES CALLED

T h e executive committee, by issued a call to

au­

tion In C,S.A. activities during her Rev, Robert W. Lulnes, pastor

the

serve as pastor of the Pacific

Lu­

her

scholarship,

leadershIp

a n d

service ratings, and her particlpa­ Tbe boat Kathy will sail on will

evaluation, Wally Berton and Gor­ leave New York City between J�ne

the don Huesby ; alms and objectives,

Isles.

23 years old.

I!> to be used for ex­ ti ve In Pi Kappa. Delta and now

Germany

ing, Myrna Berg; ways and means, tour years at PLC.

Hinstrel Show at 8: 00 p.m. I n tbe they were red a delicious meal; then Larry Eggan and Phil Nordquist;

eMS

f l h e has been

[niver!>ilY [nion,

don. He is now reading tor an hon­

whose wife Is organi s t In the local and chairmen are : Steering, Joan Lutberan

De­

heen af'!ive as president o f Queen

the use of tire chains which sloweO

line gave way and the bus

fllutif"nt at , t i v i ti c s ,

ori\ degree i n

on Snoqualmie Pass made necessary

sooner had the second bus arrived

She hoilifl an Honor"

i�n�li:-lh.

:'oIl'. no r lp),

snowstorm

:-..'0

Kappa Delta.

:'oIAr)" College and t ' niversily of Lon­

I t s buses, b u t In spite o f it w a s late

Spokane concert.

25.

of the Cniversity or l..ondon t ' nion and cf! i l o r o f lhe Bed­ fnrd Coll e�(' literary magazine,

ally great amount of trouble w i t h

weatber

Illat'ed on

In

The Choir expertencea an unusu-

the

ill

\·i(·P·prPflillf>n l

They will be heard local­ I y this Sunday, March 20. at First Lutheran Church in Tacoma.

to

PI

prp.'lidem of the

Ihey went.

now ned by Burt �t c :-'1urtry. A gold nown with pink split carnations was

London.

Clah. and then

Jown tra\'el to such an extent tbat

Inlernational Debate I n the

l a r e :-'Ianagcment anll University of

gre('

Icndanl'e was very good everywhere

lale

will

:-'Iis!>! Copeman hai\ been educated

r�a lls,

half or the Choir was thIrty minutes

Unl·

spon·

at DeMonl Colle�e. College of 8s­

back to :\' ilmpa, Idaho, and to La

J:.

Delta

tion. InC' .. and are sponsored on the

(:ralHle and Hermiston. Oregon. At·

to only one concert.

Kappa

PLC campus by

and Idaho I"alls i n Idaho, qgden and

Sail

Jennifer

Bortey,

sponsored a5 international debaters

tired

Amerlc'an

r!

a

and

students,

by I n s titute of International Educa­

Lewj!!ton.

d'Alene,

U!ster

London

:-.n"s Copeman and :\1r. Borley are

Seattle and Spok;lne, and

Po t'at e

to

in

juniors.

of

C:\IS Frida)" :-'larch

week tour , T ll i !! year their tour took

the m (0

meet

sored

but haJJ!>:': members of the Choir o f

Ballard o f :-:;t!attle w a s K i n g liaise, \'PI'Il's hi.r.:h sdlooi fnlll' years ago.

PLC

Copeman and

r the campus as good as t h e t'l'OWIl she is wea ri ng Ihe \Vest elUrned to after ha\'ing completed their twa­ ( o n l � h t . l ' n UI Ulen, :!he takes part in

land,

versity

Choir Peo p le Tel l of Tri p Last

18, 1955

15·20. She �111 be abroad until some

time i n the latter part of Auguat.

tborlzation ot tbe college board or trustees, has

Hope Lutheran Cburch, Tacoma,

theran

College

student

congrega­

.tlon. The Rev. Mr, Lutnes

call

under advteement.

of to

haa the


T H E M O O R I N G MAST

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Friday. March 18, 1955

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Published every Friday during t h e school y e a r by students o f Pacific Luthcr:,n College.

OUlce: Student Union

SubserilHion PriC'e-$3.QO per year

I

I , !

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"�

.

Telephone GR..1.nite 8611

A Supercilious> Sn,,�r

Reminder From Old Main Spring i:: just about to appeal' into of

y('ar

the

Silring i ' Olll e,;

the

.

.

\\"i .h

along

and

1!J55

and

idea of flowers

The season of

Spring woult! not be official Oil the was not w('\·

t',II11PUS of PLC if it .. . .. . ........10AX KITTELSON

EIJITOH-I.': ·C I I I E F. .

1'EWS EIJITO IJ..

. .. . ... ..... KATl-JEHINE SAN!\EHUD

1�: lJ[TO H

I S r I i ra Gronke, Ar· ���� · j:��. : 1�;: ;��;;�::\:;;';;:t-"� \.� ��! �;��� Lo� �:�,I;�� ��; N J.���lP I

in

('tmed

Old

the

by

'1'0\0,

:'lInin

" G ard€'n i n the Ibill." Yes, at last

you know the naille ant! now IN's

learn something abollt the happen. ings of tbe '1'010.

The resernltions \rere sold in a . . .. .. . .. .......... .. C .. .J OA NE PO F.N � matter of d_�ys and now there is a N . . . . " FE"TCTIl� S'L\FF-llen�rlr S.\'erdll .�sol�. Phil Nordquist, Ted Carlstrom, waiting list of girls wilo want to :'I 1 �·rna Ber�. Wally, flerton. :'IIartba Douglass, AI }"'reed, Wilbur buy tiekets. lu · want of a more· fit� k . t} ... __ ... ......... .. .. DOROTHY JOHNSON ting atmos phere the Lakewood Tel'-

FEATL" IU':

:">L.\·K:�\; ��l::.�l� rrO ]{

..

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..

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Nordquist · Carlltrom

-

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Tolo

Main

Old

;

..

As

defined

wandel' about l'arupu;; looking for db't and (ollowing the well(I'ai\;t of red hNring we usually run smack into something to

(

Wf'

write about. 'l' his week our myopti{' d'es and keen ear'! "seized" on {\. of cross senion or the PLC mind. So, tak� the P r9:

yeritable gem. a sort

\'€l'bial ,£:"rain of !'alt and into the mire ot another S.S. observntlon. here Thp faithflll l't'ader probably knows that llllH'h of w hat. he sees shop . fir"t ('onw's i!�to being' i n t h e dark-o\"er.crowded. Inspiring coffee This \H'el,'!-; nipe i;; no eXi·eplioll. To wri ll' (hi" thing :;;O IllP !-;ort o f in",piralion had to come. As we were booth1>d in the above mentioned e.o;tabli;;hment. receiving succor. stimu· lilnt and of ni'cessity in�piralion. we chanced to hea"r a w h ispered com·

.

we rne�t from thi' n('xt booth. To .c·lear the record. let it be known \rel'en ' t eavP!'dI'OPIJing. Thl' cOoPt! t h a t mado thi� comment " aid s h e was "Oil, so worried · ' as tn when :;lle would get her . "oh, so much" studying

done: thE'1l with a raUCOU>I, bllt heart·rending sQuca.1 �lte bubbled, "it's too mud,! ['11 I�ever g-et it �Ioll e ! " ( This is -not i n t etu\.cli a � an affront

w i t h the shed· . SP0.11TS EUrrQH. ._ _ .,.� __. .,;;_.:\;.. .....__...."...... ...._. \VALT BALL race was rcserve(� for t.he: ���� - ,. J'�:JOII wh� are feminists ) . To this stat.ement we responded SPOIlTS STA F·F-I....ooic Spry, ClYlle Genz, Dan Rose. and n'rian Prh� e sellii·[onllals� -a·Iong·r ,;'·itb ,boutOn- ding o f 'us ual ihnpathi7.ing tear; ' in� \\i tll' 'taste drageU..:l'.-nu .gutp-ed .

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the hazardous pllr:;ttit of knowl-

o r Ollr rea(ling be-

;;COIW

............. . RA Y GOLD

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A.

!Juring these frantic days spent

f'd.c:e . I he

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.............. .........PAUL Ll.:CKY

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Frontiers'

it

til a t last we find ollrselves cOllcen- ,.;ugg:ests a n olltrearhing toward new trating 0111' attention on a few com· pnlsory te-xt;;; illlli very little else be·

yont! · the

·o L

ng Sam·' atlll is

Pirates:· This

"Terry and mini-

not to

mize Ihe aforesaid lIIediums of en-

liA:htenmelll, bllt merely to point up the fact t.hat mMl of us have sadly

neglected the area of reading in our li\·es.

very apparent

:(reas and idea>" a magazine with a . \·i:<ion: The €' n t i re Christian world is s t e adily moving forward, in every endeavor,

of

realm

new

opening

· · frontiers" to those who are willing to approach i t . Dut hold:

Could i t be that some

\\'e permit our eyes to be opened

tier 1ll0\'eme n t ? Or will it grow in

w i t h (he advent o f teleyision and

\·il'ted support?

cannot

ing

and

that

experience

Even

tbings.

hearing all

all

motion pictures tlte most <.:omplete

and most reliable source o f informatioll is still the writtell word.

At t h i s jllnctllse. we m u s t be m o s t

that we might be a IJart o f this fron·

,< pile of us, i nstead of with our con-

Frontiers is a n eye-Dilener. Every

area. o f the C hristian mo \' em cn t f rom the greatest to the least, indiddllal

a n d

is

universal,

b ei n g

di:<crilllinating, [or in oilr every-day opened for examination and consid. I'xperit'n('e w e come i n contact with

ri'ams and volumes of printed mat,.;orne

tel':

good.

some

extremely

otherwi..;e, and some not worUI the

pa JiN 01' Ihe effort. \Ve must choose.

We are li\'ing i n an age of pres-

!'ure.

There

comes a

finally

time

when alt are i n terested in what the l;Luc!ent has to offer Lo this confused

globe and, even more important, we

are concerned with freshness) of ap-

Notes from Emanuel Dear PLC-ites :

We heard that you

are

11 1anning

and that news

your

\Vhite

waffle

• • •

Caps

supper,

brings to mind

tbe

wonderful time we had giying ours I'�ebrllll rr 2.j. QU I' theme, around

011

which the program and decorations

("ration. Thro\\· those pre·conceived notions to the winds. This is a reve n r i rply

sometbing

publication;

o l n \ionary

n e w a n d different .

Yet

the:-<e lIlaHers are so vital that all

br

of

sophomore

Judy Starwich,

and a dramatic reading by one of the sOllbomore diploma girls.

Ollr L.S.A. has been \'ery active

since t h e firsl o f the year, so L.S .A. IIPW:-< js plentiful. When the J unior Degree class moved to Salem for

their Ilsychiu�ric affiliation, lea\' ing we sophomores as the only PLC-ites

be the major Question floating about The act of griping o r perhaps mor�

i s not wrong. :'\0; not wrong. unless

each student realizes it i s only an

a c t . not the whole play.

Disco\·ering a problem is like one

<I('t

or a step i n a math problem. T o

;ltTomplish t h e e n d o f the play or a

"olution to the problem more a n d steps m u s t be

harder

We

taken.

h a y €, done well ill ollr discovery, but the ('hallenge to do better i n our solilt ion stilt stands before us.

-"';ow step number two. I f a prob­

lem exists there must be a cause.

C sing as a prime example of our

z i n e and accept the chalenge it presents.

Dorm Dom · \s

. . .

l'llbenownst to certain elements

on

campus,

again

gins

SO�lth

Hall

sprung forth. As

to

blossom,

with

has

once

Spring bethe

extra

hours of dayligilt. the birds singing

in the early morning, and the first tou ches of tender green shoots, so

bit of nostalgia at tbe farewell to

(:erain jots and titles neglected in

tlte pas t few weeks. . What i s dOI'm news wItbout a n

engagement.

!;1Irprise Carol

to

This one was a req,1

all 20ncerned.

Edluntl

and

ment, do we know what we are crlt·

of the following Questions warrant tell ourseh'es that we have a. factual problem.

willtert w!!! attempt to 1'.llIp !!!fl.,rlze

octet

What's tlte gripe '.' This seems to

some official answers before we can

Frontiers maga-

Sneaky

Mrrna Pfallne-

kuclten planned a surprise birthday

party for "Iyrnu. After ha\'ing bel'

does

power

\Vhat

the

student

council have on our campus in gen­ eral,

specific

each

in

and

Ra

1\ d o l P h ,

we

of

'for us all Sunday, .'.Iarch 13, when ( CoillinueJ all Page Four)

they

am

had

and

part...1.ken o f

in

each

puncb

envelope

and.

wa,;

( Continued on Page Four)

a

interested

in knowing how

many freshmen

there are at

Our Regular is Supreme - Supreme

Is

GLADIATOR SERVICE

Mechanic on Duty

Pacific Avenue

Best

GRanite 7863

'======-==='

50

million times a day at home, at work or on the way There's

nothing

like

a

t.he s t u d e n t council? (E\'eryone the

heard

for

chapel

invitation

to

anyone

Friday's

In

the

attend

meetings. How can rO il make your j(\ ea � k nown to t he members of the cOllncil'! we

\Vhen

the answers

ha\'e

to

some of the thin-gs we bave been

griping

about

do:.er to

;Ul

we

will

be

much

actual. solution than

e\'er before. And i f we don't have the answers

lI�ing

we

had

.'.11'. \Vebb's

"just get !fIe facts."

better start

technique

and

There i t Is-just like tbat. Xow

all that UlUSt be done is that every

student Pllt out the time and effort

to filH\ out what makes things work

�·akt:. slIlall envelolles were passed

Chaplain

011

\Ve are

area'.'

l·�lllanuel, Iled.icatt!d "Lutlterhouse "

t here.

From now

Say. hrn( many of you have seen the LSA monthly publication, ..,' . . It·s really fine and well wor·th a subsniption. ' ··F'rontier;;; . ·

money used? \Vhat is your part in

plan to have all our I..S.A. act!\'jties

"Lutherhouse."

.'.liss Co·ed saying. "I:m o h so bllsy � It's too mllch� I'll never get it done ! " Well. thili story has a moral. a n object lesson o r something. It's so

What is its budget and how is the

friends go throilgh cOlltorlions to around here. and the reasons and keep hel' from dlseovering 'her" sur- facts behind what is done; o r stop prise pany, she shocked them by \�'asting his own (and anyone who playing a game witb them. After \\'ill listen) time griping about some

a t Emanuel, \\·e acquired the house

wltere they had lived a s our own

to satisfy 0111' fright-

For all of your Automotive Service needs

icizing and trying to improve? Some

Here is an opportunity

Subscribe now to

l

obvious we ' lI just forget ahollt emphasizing il, howe\·er.

to join the "frontier" movement.

otherwise.

).(irI8, a piano solo

an

LeUerst:o t:he Edit:or •

[ully rtlillblitl.L:

PL.C (apply this in a "broad" sense ) . \\'l1at do you s a y ?

recent criticism o f stu�ent govern­

your �nlimental columnIst, with a

by

in the Rain" dinner dat.e please (e ply w i t h :! yes and then help her

up off of the gr01lnd-for here she ha :. fallen, rill sure,

are affected by tbem, consciously or

were (·entered, was " Come to the .\{ardi · Gras.'· The jlrogram included music

the "Garden

l:l

ably stated, discovering a problem

we as

il i!<

boys, when tbat

ollr campus these last few months.

thIngs by being everywhere, or see-

individuals

So.

timid girl a"T;s :lo O U

things are transpiring i n this world

that w(' kl1o\\' nothing /about ? Will

:-<

� .s u n

to!ll U · It S \\· i lll a l·atuly bar. ( :"\u!llber one reason wby we are fund le"". ahrays h U llgry. Killd of fUllny. eh ) ? ('I'S a s Dr: Sn:lcketlberg, the Squires, · t h e Corlleues. and all outstanding \Ve were standing before the �·O\tnter transacting candy bar business band. Also memory pictures will be· when i t h;1I1pened. A familiar clutter aro"c from the rea.r of the coffee tak('n for the price of a dollar. :-<hop, a familiar hreeze whipped tllmllgh the place. \Ve turned around to I_pril Fjth a t i : OO p.m. This mOst !-;ce who's oral e;tvitv \\·a5 having the camival-guess who? The same along with s Hch other top perform·

' outst�nding dinner date o( the year

pmach Hnd c larity of thought. Into this turbulent pot pourri has come

r)\('

Iliers aud corsages, are i l l order. l\1I':-- and \\· t>re off 10 "ee the ·Queen. S'e ve ral hOlll'" I;lto:r \\'1' wPre bad< in the

Kellrhe wil1 be the guest speaker

fiction haring no basis in

fact. If

we are willing to sol\'e, let us be

llrepared to learn.

-Deverly Sveningsoll

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I NTRA M U RAL H I G H LIGHTS I Jp.Janline's sllc cessful l y defendeu

Tennis Team Begins Seaso n By Clyde Genz

lh.-·ir eh:ull pio n sbl p in the Intramur-

.11 ha�ket ba l l . by s pli tting- the han- of

L;nTY

I'''t''r

Lall" .

I )�·.Ia/"tli ll"-·. H"mo.

1'";)\\ (\11

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a

Lu\·;t;\!;.

l Iall

W

Had!""I".

�..]lllai bl{'.

C :1 ) :

i m :: .

Fink.

He1Il .C". a YOlln� an �1 I!rf'E.>!l tealll

Ditk

I II,.,

ll y ' I O els t ad .

It ' C I>

Hay

wilh

Dick

'

1 . a rry

1 ."1" Ho::,.>hTl rg·:i

Hall c :1 ,

( ' " p J. •

I

ofr". till:!

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11

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up

A pr i l

r(,Olr.

l ih'

l ..o\\('tt

i n l {) �('I'ond pla{'('

721

�!J;l

659

a

1'6 .·'

a

fro

;:

IOlal of :! S - I .

In

:'\on h

a

many.

ll

Sbootlng o S;U� b��:r���:

�\I� � �I:�I�S ��� ��c!\:� .

c 'ontes[

and

'

was over two deadeyes h i t

D

u an e �Ioe

(Ivy al l ) H

each

poured In 90 to set the new lndi· \idual record.

2':orth Hall ( 1 )

w

a

!i the winning

NEAL E. THORSEN

TRICKS - JOKES - MAGIC Costumes, Tuxedoes, Setlpentlne MA. 48E1:1 926Y2 Broadway

e l a tl;;

iv

I3ruce

Hille,

90;

r

Top Ten F ee Throwe ll

D r tree H i

e (N.H. l ) 9 0 .

" : /1 11

Ihl' StalE';; of \Vashington. Oregon,

ld(llio, -'I ol l t a ll a and t hc Territory o f

;

Ala�ka. To

be

eligible

a p P6l i n l Ulen t

for

mll,,1

1 ,,1

h \"e

a

t"oIH pletf'd

1�'!9d. :uu!

it\.it\\I;'.(",tn.t:.,

r

d ug

01' :1 �'olllbi n a ti on an i ma l h u s

ba

r

of the I1<ltu lll

nd ry . et c .

Ap·plie<ltiolls . w i l l

a

be

from collf'ge students in th ei yeilr of study.

sc i·

this

year

to

IIJI

,,{' t

i

IJI".

usf'd at

C--

b

Stelson's College of La.w th is fall when l'10rida's

bpgi lllli ng

oldest {"ollege of

l

aw opens i l s fi f ty·

fifth year and. its seconJ on

,';llllIHIS i n

new

It!!

Petersbu rg.

SL

i �c '��:d��:d

Gpr ry Re cl bll rg. Tacoma)

T o

Norm Pi ess. (K.H.

Credit must be given to the cour·

Halt (ll)

squad .

They

enl for the games and always put up a good righ t.

gets underDefending co·chamWhen You Want Book. pions are DeJardlne's, Clover Creek The c mpeUtio C. Fred Christensen and the i"aculty. m be , rough and Bookseller and Stationer be some new champs at 932 Pac fic Ave. Wash. eR. 4629 the Tacoma, looks

Ilke

there may

t h e end of

i

It

ight

o

tussle .

Parkl a.nd XXX Drive-In Delicious Double Patty HAMBU RGER-45c Delicious Hot Chocolate

GR. 3211

ing. d eba te .

n

or

U

:\1:1Y 1 3-C . P.K, here.

PLC Board oJ Trustees To M eet

a

Th€' college board of trustees w i l l

h o l d i [ i-!

nn u a

l

s p r i n g meeting o n

I" os,; o f Seattle. pre�l�

I..

Luthemn Church,

r

pre­

will

of the boa

important

rd

.

at�

decisions

fe c li ng Ihe haure expansion of the

Debate,

reception following, C �I S lounge.

:-ponsored by PI Kappa Delta.

cottege w ill be made at this meet� ing.

In the evening the board

wivE'S

will

and

their

be hosts to the college

faculty a n d

the

I I'

h11sba nds

(or'"

S

connection wit:}

the rr:orning

wor­

ship.

and oratory. He

Is tak.

no

The Re\'. S. E. Vevang. father oC

Shirley, PLC freshm an.

It's VERN'S

r

extemporaneous

for cpo

speaklQg

I m p omptu speaking. He is al30

a.ctive in drama.

1'000 and Stu for

ll&Ye

been

debating a speaker, and Tom,

the past year a n

d

ATTENTION, COllEGE M EN

'Ve need two men stud e nts w 0

I' k

any

three

n

who

ev en in gs

a

week. .. : 00-8: 30. a d 4alf days Sa.t· urday.

Applicants shOUld h�ve a car. $�5 per week. Applicants

Pay wi l be

l

will be i n terviewetl a t the Student

Lliion Bldg., i n

p . m . �'on da y, �11". Al'Ilold.

T.V.

10llnge,

March

21.

at

-1:00

A s k for

Milk Shakes THE HANDOUT

129th & Pacific

GR. 9945

.

.

ked to order Deluxe Hamburgers .... - Fish and Chips H�ome-made Pies Tacoma 9th &.. Pa�ific

Tom's home town is Parkland.

His main interests in Forensic� are

debate.

-

-

Stella's FlowfJrs

Flowera for All Occaalona. WE DELIVER - 415 Garfield St. GR. 7463

Dr.

the

h

and

Support Saga Carnival

is pastor of

St. Timothy·s.

special distinc.

w i l l recein

an d

tion In the spring.

can

GRanite 4242

r

s

'

re.l aw co u rse.

half. Stu i s first

. SANDWICHES - HOT DOGS SHAKES - MALTS

match

9-WeilterTl . t.h er e.

" . ay

Several

Gaylo rd Falde, president of Ca lifornia district, Evangelical Swindland is also a ju I r Lutheran Church, will speak a t the at PLC, his majors being speech regular chapel service next Thurs nnd history. Tom. also active in PI day. I{appa Delta, hol ds a d egre e of o ning a

the second.

TOM'S ICE CREAMERY

, ., with a

\�: �� : 2��

1

[erests are extemporaneous speak·

together

Mad den' s Men 's & Little Men' s Shop Parkland Center Bldg. .

! � 7u �e

a l this year:' The golr

both begin·

. orensics trips. His ma in speech in· ....

although they lost Tomp every game. They were always pres· up.

s

(Continued from Page One)

1 ) 7S. Kent (lS".H. 2) 7S. hy

e

be

side a!< ('hal m a n

m

English D,bators

ii.

Jerry ilensol1 (Western) is.

age-ous

\a

I!Jth.

Dave Berntsen ( Easlern) 80.

ne\'er gave

a

('ourse in

Fall term classes bE'gin Seplembel'

SS. G l e n Dlll1bllrg. ac ma ) S3. Wendel Slakkeslad (C. C.) S2.

Dit'k

ea n .

Ed

·\- 1 " . n.C . . here.

Or. II.

s. S ru k.

International

or

are

nnd

denl of the Pacific District, Evan�

Friday, March 25 Faculty \VJ"es, :\I r t n p. m. -

sophomores.

Okk Kent

.\Iay 1 0- L B.C . . there.

gelkal

1 5-W hi le Caps. L-l().1.

8 : 00

arc

" am pus n e x t Thur;<day.

fro

be obtained

SUlIlmer session fur

Dua ne :\loe ( I v y H a l l ) 90.

Tom Gilmer (CPllt. Bar.)

<i

room .

7: 30-F'.T.A.. upper SliB.

Competitil'e examillatlons will b e

may

:\1ay

1 : OO-Campus Devotions.

i:

three

.Ierry Rf'Ilf;OIl.

Apri! � �-C.P.S .. there.

6 : 30-,;\lpha Phi Omega, L-10-l.

r

O\'el' a three·year p e i od. will

which

nf\ve

.;\ pri1 I -I-We!\[ ern. he e.

lb Thursday, March 24

The ;;dlOlilrshi[Js. valued at $ 1 .500

('011"11

Illen gone

he rem:lining men.

h('re with \\'estel'll.

7 ; 00-Americ an Chemical Society.

'I[ � l e l ,;oll rni\'f.�rsity.

T

.l le;;.t ll€';<l'O.

be hard )0

Il.l11.-Alpha S i gma Lambda. u

Only

:"1€'I"on a nd

Len

" . ea."-on bf'gins A p ri l

l Wl!dnt"sday, March 23 fi: 15 a.m.-Toastmasters.

O ll ie Edmunds. president

Coacb

d€'ll!

mer' rNlnfng. (he Cute golfer.;l·g-nould

9 : 00-(:$:\ Co u nc i l, c u br oom.

· �.Ii)�. -'l o\·ie. "; : 30- L .. 'ldy Llltes, c

sea;<on.

to a good

from last year's fine MtlllHI ar� S tll­

W i t h I�f' cotioge ,l::;o lf

Con('cr[, (;.\ 18.

in g

t h i ;;. yellr'� ):olf team looks forward

fine {'ontl i t loll Id ter ('xtepsiv� sum­

"; : :�O-Col1firmation, Roe's home. .,, : 3(J- Tal'oma Civic Orcbestra in

110

;;.

w i t h a t h ree won. four lo t record,

C:\IS Bldg. ' he back f("lr hfs la�t year.

G: �O-SP\ll''', -!th floor lo un ge, (i: 1 i"'- -'1J!-lsion Crusaders. TC. G: I i," -g tut l en t Council, ASBO.

7:

Golfers To Meet WWCE For First. Match

l.arsol1. Flob Uomrr.€'s, a se nio r. will

March 2l

·I : OO- I •. D.H.

High·

rd

pl edgi ng,

:! : O�l- -Do rll\ 1\1Ix i l i a l :. .

law' at

Leroy

by

Epsiloll

Tuesday, March 22

be se·

;;tudy

Phi

1 :! : 30-0aYl"Oom Girls.

�-----

college "tlld e n ls w i l l

r ,

!J:OU:-n;_�.Ji..Kappa Delta, C�lS�12::!.

r

sett io

,

Luth era !1 Chu ch

Monday, �i: I ':' I'my('r S, n'ice, ";: \:;-1.<':'C. . L-IO-1.

cc ep ted

r

p .m .

Choir of \Vest Homeco mi ng

C-'IS I .o u n ge.

�ppli .

l..1\ l1t;i �sholllll have a d egree 'in one

9

Sunday, March 20

:� : OO-:\Iu

,It'gr('t:· Idlh ::0 !rOlLl'" i n chemistry.

__ .

.\ C I S . ..

I I : �)I)-Ser\"ice. C � I S .

I.

full

jUU . .

Cuncert. "'ir;;t

a bac�clor ' s

to

S

T;t �·om a .

applh-anr."- for the posi t io!1 of chern.

Y " a r ("IIHI"e lead i ng

18

Saturday, March 19

grm .

a t � ea t 1 e Di;;.trict. 1\' hicIt includes

r li e

r8

Intramural volley ball

&. Pacific

gym.

S a .c:a ( ' arlli ya l ,

('�I SlalE.>;;'. Some aPJlo�qtmenls ' w l l l

a mi nations

way next week.

1 19th

r�e d l i l' s throughout t b e U n i t·

la

I ii

I. �·()grilill

Bill Foege, as ea�'h had 6�.

!J{I Ollt o f Ih e 100. Bl'uce Hille (KH. 1)

ch e mi !

Frida'y,_March

Page Three

THE MOORING MAST

Saga. C arnival-S p.m., C � l S ; 9 p.m.,

76; Cl yd e Gem;. 73 ; Bill ,l::; i n' n to select the schol arsbl p win­ ( ) rmf' . tii. and (l it her nave Steen or !leI's. Time and pla..-.� [or tbese ex· I-Iall

:'\orm l-' e ::. i s

In the- f.·ee·throw conlest records I

as

i'ositions

and drug in;:per-tor;;. are availa ble In

�h l io n or LOl lis v i lle. Ky. . a cco

and ('a me breaking total of

II' p re

k und. Dean of :-.iell.

I,aug-h. Sr., o f the I- 1 ighbaugh Faun·

T h t' olt! 1'('1'01"11 !' e t by Easte rn fh' \\" a:.: :: I � . T ht:> p on the team t rom

fifth place.

100 sho ts in com pe ti t i on . J erry R d e -

;

>=- ;; and food

El

U.

law "l'Ilool:4." lII11ler the seil01 ar:;h i p

o n fi r::: t ('olllbill��d ('fforts

J ); t \" (� Berll t on had :!5[i 1101nts. weI'€' ."-hat1f!red by

m(>l1( of "{'alth, Educalion and 'Vei·

1955

18,

WEEK'S CALENDAR

Depart·

tht'J·f'.

rt:>am in t h f' I'on[(>!'t. The f

:lti.�.

ami ""Drug i n ­ Food

" om' or Amerj(·;t·s mos t intcresting

__ _____

up w i t h a re�'o nl

F'oorl

Admini stration,

far€'. ('a n o b t a i n appliratioll forms

frolll I..

ICI'led

Su pport Saga Carnival

Central llarrarks, ('orne i n 4tb

a

Drug

11'

the l as t two

a;:

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'Pastor NeaT E". XelsoD of Broa.d ' View Lutheran .\lemorial Cbutcb In

Seattle sroJi;e at the eSA fellowship

Sunday night at the SUB. ThIs was the beE:innlng of :\Iission 8mpbasis

Week an e! Pasto r Xelson spoke on the genera.l theme of "The World :'IW:�i on o f r h e Churcn." H e , how. e yer. mad\! a more Pt'rsonal appliea· t ion a nd (' hose as his topIc. "Where Do We Go From Here?" A \\ l,j" omc is again ex tended to

ilil stlld('lItr and teachers who wish

to join In the Christian fellowship that

18, 1955

by Bill Johnson, ACP .'

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CSA Fellowship Meet

g!\"�.

March

0

thi!! gathering can and does

DORM DOIN'S

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(Continue d' trom. Pago Two) �

Saga Calendar

( Continued trom Pale One ) Ing will be Cali C b rlste{lsen.

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�otes from Emanuel .

(Continued from Page Two)'

Dr. Knorr Elec:ted President of fAa.'fl.

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dimes in time will grow into

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Choir. Trip Resume

Thrift

is Part of Your Education

Salt Lake and back to the church

for supper before the concert.

Open a Savings Account NO W

wherever t h e y w e n t. Individual booth and drawing prizes �Ieals were served to them In homes Including dlnDer and theater tick· and church basements, and they ets. ---------spent the nights In homes otr mem_ reception

bers or the congregations.

The choir is looking forward to

ne;t year's tour. which will take them to Call1ornla, but It still has

"UUUIIC' no ..Al 0"01" COA'OUTIOII • fliO'Ul us....., .nn"

year. Its home concert '\\'111 be given

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