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PU B LISHED BY THE A S S O C I A T E D STU DENTS OF P A C I F I C LUTHE R A N U NIV E R S ITY, T A C O M A 44, WASHI N G T O N

THE

SAGA

1963

PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY


EDITORIAL STAFF Susan Ylarie A.mundsen, Edit01'-in-Chief Ann Broten, Business Editm-

J eni Robarge, B-usiness M (/;nagw,. Dennis Piernick, A1·t Edito1' Dr. Paul Vigness, Advise,. Ronken Brothers PhotogTuphy and

Ric hards Studio, PIIO!o[/,,.ophers The Craftsman Pre�s, Inc. Seattle 1, Washington

Lith o,,r .,.uphe/,s


TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication .

Page 6

Administration and AcademicA, faculty. stl/dent seI"vices, maintenance.

Page 10

Student Government, ASPLU, .'ltuclent "}JlIblicafions

Page 42

Religion, Student Conm'egMioT/

Page 54

Activities, clfltU?rlll, w-inte路)路, sp-)'ing

Page 68

Fine Arts, mus-ic, speech, art

Page 102

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Organizations, lz01I0ra.)'ies, intae.st {}"OU1JS, li'v"ing {l1'OUpS, athletic clubs Athletics, football, basketbaU, baseball. t1'Q.ck, trnn'is, golf, Students, flTshmen, sopholllotes,

juniO'l's, s e n io ) s, '

int1'anmrals

{}'raduation

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Advel路tising

Page 244

Innex, faculty, oruanizatio'lIs, busi.,.,.es.<ws, students

Page 258


The fellowship of worship is an integral part of the Christian university.

I shall miss neither pleasures which are

which is despicable. I shall miss only my Two things in this life are precious: thE and the second, far behind, is the intelle( it. Furthermore, it is these things that ar Who understands. There is none else. '"

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nor power w beings. is love; ppreciate

,est to Him es Berger.

The drama affords its performers as

well as its audience an opportu n i ty to enjoy the interrelationships of human character and personality. 5


"Gladly would he learn and gladly teach," ""Tote Chaucer of the Clerk of Oxford in his Prologue to The Ca.nte1'lJUI'!J Tnles. So, also, would the subject of this dedication,ďż˝

Dl'. Magnus Nodtvedt. As a profound scholar, he has searched diligently for truths which are in God and man. Trained in Theology, Dr. Nodtvedt devoted years gladly teaching the Scriptures. Later, broadening his periphery, he entered into the fascinations of human history. Here he "gladly learned" and earned advanced degrees at Princeton, Columbia, and Chicago Universities in History, Economics, and Political Science. He joined the PLU community in 1947 and in 1950 was appointed Chairman of the Department of History. Since those days he has "gladly taught" until now the 'lays of his teaching years have been fulfilled. "Those having torches," wrote Plato, "will pass them on to others." Dr. Nodtvedt's flaming torch of scholastic excellence has been passed to thousands of seeking minds and hearts who have been privileged to fellowship with him during the years. The S(Ifja staff, on its behalf and on behalf of the entire University and Church which he has served, dedicates this volume to Dr. Magnus N odtvedt, "the scholar with a heart."

by D¡)'.

['all[ G. ViglW88

A Scholar with a heart . Dr. Magnus Nodtvedt


PURSUE YE EXCELLENCE: OF MIND, OF BODY, AND OF THE SPIRIT ...

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"GET WISDOM: AND WITH ALL THY GETTING GET UNDERSTANDING." PRO VERBS 4:7


Dr. R bert A. L. Mort 'edt

Preside1�t reports 01� retrospec t and prospect M y firl<t rel<ponse a s I think o f til

g'Tatitude, Th e month,' have

past"!-' ar i"

und dem� nding, chi fly bec ause they hay involvpd peop/c, ,Just to have the privilege of meetin", hundr ds of nl'W p rsonalitics­ students, iarul ty . aud st.aff-ha, been rew' I'ding, F'rom (,:'Ich one s o meth ing has been lea rned ; to each one somdhing may have bccn �ivcn, eCll

exci tin '

Student aeliiev('ment in the whole gamut of univel' ity

life has been g)'atif�rini!', Ellvi ble l'ecords have been set. in the class)'oom, in athleti and

on

for all

the

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tag , T ring to

hese aclivities ha

ill fon,nsi ' and music, l'eate an appropriate s tting­

been a challen,nllj!' tas k ,

not least OUl' :tt'iving for the rewards (of

COl'

ora te

wOl'",hip,

A univer, j y campus is hallowed I!'l:ound, D edica ted

t

the purpose of beeking: truth-and all h' u th bel ongs to

. od-a univer'ity which sepks to he (;hristiall must not

be a refuge for the timid and the tired, A hristian camlHI. o ug'h t to be yibra n tly cr at.ive an d alive. A essing the achievement' of the pa�t ha cOl1"urned time :lnd energy-netes ' a ry prepa ra tion for th�� dem a nd i ng ks of the future. S0111e important appoint] cnts have been made in key pos itio ns . and 0111' administrative structure has be en signific. ntly altered. Vithout

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Univ 'rl;ity, have sought to tr "tb . pi"otal na Lure of the Cnll ge of Arts and Scienees. Streng'th here helps to guarani 'e strength ev I'YWh re,

minimizing th> importance of any i:lchool in th w

An institutional Self-Study has been in prog'T'ess

throughout the y aI', i nvolvin

enr

s,

bjectiv '. metho ds , acth-iti

our

hing

PPl'ais

And currit:ulal'

ut of these shldie .. a st on el' Uni e.rslty will CIl1f'rge. TI'ying to see the soul of an in t,it uti n i nd u focus is Oil long­ healthful C 'Per'i n('e. At yea .1 range jlanning. Pacific Lutl1eran must b(' prepared t

offerings .

as -u1l\e

her sha re of the natioll's gigantic edu' tion

This npr I1S

tting goals. d i e r mi ning building

lal'Shnlling'resourc s. The most immediate is a new libra 'Y in 1965-G6, our 75t.h Annive' al'y Yellt' .

sc.hedules, and ohj

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But a libra.' is not all. For the 2.000 full-time we expect by Hln, there Illu:t be dormitories,

tudent.<;

University 'enter, a F i ne Arts b u ilding, a physic I education comple x, an d a stl'ong!']' facult.y. Th b u rde n ' \ 'ill be hea T, but, relying on God's help nd the faith of OUI' people, we shall move forwal'd,

Robert M o,'tvedt., P1'I.ls·ident


Dean of the University On September 1 of this year (1963) the

re-organization of the University authorized

by the Bourd of Regents will become effective. Two basic Colleges will be

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blished:

The College of Arts (lnd .'ciences and The College of Professional and Graduate Studies. Appointed to head the latter is Dean Philip Hauge.

Dr. fll1.ug路e is the veteran of Pacif c Lut.heran University. Immediately on receiving his dtlgfee from St. 01: f College in 1920 he was engaged by the then l'LU administration. Since that time, except for the illterruption of the Second Wurld W a r , (Colonel in the Air Force), Dean Hauge has

seTV!'d this institution. Only thos路 who are familiar

with t.he history gf PLU dur ing its yea)';; of trial and testing can appreciate the devotion and

effective service Dean Hauge rendered to the cause of Christian education. Hi;, awareness of the

signiti.cant developments in the fields

of secondary

and higher education are of inestimable value in determining' the policies and procedures which characterize this inJititution.

In addition to his deanship, Dr. H1lug'e will also

serve as Vice P resident of the University.

Dr. Phi]ip E. Hauge

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Miss Margaret D. '\Tickstrom,

Assistant Dean of Students In directing the women's

residence halls, supervising dorm counselors, and sLheduling group activities, Miss Wickstrom works in direct relationship with the Dean of Students and the Director of Housing and Testing. Many of the problems which Lonfronted Miss Wickstrom this year were in connection with the campus housing dilemma first semester. When the men were forced to occupy South Hall because the new dorm was not yet completed, Miss Wickstrom arranged temporary housing assignment for the South Hall girls.

Mr. Leslie O. Eklund, Di'rect01' of Testing, Vete1'ans' Afla'i1's, Housin.r;

As Director of Te ting, Mr, Eklund and the Testing Service are responsible for administration and interpretation of the guidance examinations given to all freshmen during orientation, as well as other departmental testing programs. From the results of these tests, special counseling is advised in the areas

of social adjustment, dormit ry life, and vocational objective, M Eklund also advise. AI]Jha Phi Omega, Veterans' Affait路 a nd is A si tan1. Professor of P ychology, ,

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Dr. Solberg' is valued highly

a mong PLU students as an

adviser for counseling. His wide range of responsibilities leads him into many of the students' facets of life. Coordinating housing, and heading the psychology department are but two aspects of Dean Solberg's position. The growing awareness of the responsibility of the student in student government has been observed by Dr. Solberg as the most significant development in this year at PLU but he adds, it has a long way to go. Dr. Kristen B. Solberg,

Dectn oj' Students

Dea1�S of

(dents

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Mr. Kenneth J

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.

.

Jacob:-, Plant .llfwaUN

Admi'}�is tra,tio1t Offices

111's. Anna Enge, BookkeejltT

Mrs. Li nka Johnson, RerJistr(/'1'


BOARD

!{E(:f7, 'T::;, Sj':,\TEn: Fred .enricksen, l i/.iv{,ysity AUa,·ilcll.- Eincl' Kllutzen; I ·th l l l' L Andf.'I".,on; Dt· Rob'rt MOl'tl'edt; The e . Dc. H. L. Fo��. /wirma.lI.- T, Olai Ra eness, .c,·ccrf'fUl'Y; :"11". Milton r:lwil'OHlIl.- Earl E. El:k. tl'om, 'icc esse.::lT 1)11\'(;: A. De.1I Buchanan, Treasnrer; The e\'. Lowl'll Knutson; The l{ev. Edw lrd Ba�elcr; The R v. r·. "Eug' 'n V,. lim ' : Robert Stralton ; The Hev. Philip Bng-�trom, The v. f I'. , G. 'jelll11an; D ', Eric Puul!lnll; The Rev. Karl BI'evil,; Dr. Paul E. Bondo; '1 he ev. Jr. . r.. Siefke'; . ciwin A. 101'ken; H. E. ndeI'�on. OF

The' Hev.

Board of Reg ents ALU.'INI B OARD, 'F. TEn: �'lis,; Lillian (;ulli.'s(l11; H. E . 1\ . 1 1der: on; T. Olai Tlag-eness; The He •. Lo\\·11 Knutsoll, l'I'('Ricil'ul.­ La\\'rem·e.I. HaLlg'I', J)in'ctol' of .4//(;111/; Uc/uti()lIs. Cad T. F'ynboc, \' icc: [',.( "ie/nil; }lr�. Don n a Johnson, SI'el'dal'!!. I;lTANnl:>lG: The Rev. �'l ilton esvig', Ill', Eugellc StJ'andnes.·. Lt'onard Wes>'on, "laytoll B. Petcrson, The Rev. Dwi).!,'ht Hoe, Jerald Shcffeb, Karl 015on, Ernc;;t rIarmoll.

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Dr. Erich C . Knorr, Dean

College of ATts

B y action o f t h e Board o f Regents in October,

1962,

a major c h ange i n

the U n iversity structure was effected. Two colleges were establi shed: the College of Arts a n d Sciences and the College of Professional and G-raduate Stlloies. Of the first-named, Dr. E. C. Knorr ,\-vas appointed Dean. D i v i si on s w i t h i n the College of A rts and Sciences are the Humanities, which i nclu des English, Foreign Languages, P h i losophy, and Rel igion; Natural

Sciences w hich i ncludes Biology, Chemi stry, General Science, M athematics, alld Physic. ; So ial Sciences which i n clude

conomi 's,

History, Health anel P hy 'ical Education, Pol itical Science, Psychology, and Soeiology. Dr. Knorr expresses genu i ne enthusiasm for the future (f PLU.

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Dr. Harry S. Adams

Mr. E. M. Akre

A.qsociate Pl'ofessor of Physic.9

A.�sociate Pl'ofeSfiM'

B.S. alJd M.S. at. Kcmsas St.ate U.,

il1.A. at Uni1'lll'sity

Ph.D. ll'!inlw80ta,

1.941. Joined PLC ,qtafJ in 1.937.

1.962. AJ'O adv.

Mr. Wayne K. Aller

A;;sistant Proff'ssOI' o.f Psychology

Dr. Charles Anderson

Dr. George E. Arbaug'h

P1'ofessol'

As.qociate ['rof(,880'"

of

Chl'/n.ist/·u

Ph.D. candidate ut U. of W., "PerstJuulitll Test Scaling."

Cha innan of Chemi&tr!f Dept.

Miss Grace E. Blomquist

Mr. Robert F. Briesmeister

Ail.�oc·iat(! P-rofessor of Englif,h

Iflst-ructor of English

D.A. Conem'dia CollC'l}e, 1!J34;

M.A. Syracn.qp U'lIivC'')'.'Iity. 1.9;1.�.

of Hi.�to'l'Y of Washing tOll,

lVI .•1. amI Ph.D.

from HalTanl

of Philosophy

AI.I,gustrwa Co l/eg e B.A., 1!15.�;

U.

U. of

Iowa

M.A. 1.%8, Ph.D. 1.9.5!1.

Mr. Paul H. Carlson 11!.8t1"lLct;0)· of Ge%

gy

Gt,stavus Ado/plnr .. Col/cge B.A.

B.A. and M.A. from Co/ya/.c;

Iowa State Univ. M ..

workin.CJ on [,h.D. from Utah.

advise-)·.

.

Get'vel Cillb

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A">1i.�f(llit PI'ofI8sm' of Phulfieal

Bdu('utwlt;

fI(t.�cb(/lI; M .•

O(l("h. .

of Pootl, /.ll and

at W • • in 1902,

Dona It! R. FIrmer /"'of">1 '01' of P{Jliti(:al • "ieilCC r.

Chaiol/ut1 IIf DCTJ(I.rtuumt; Ph.D.

("niverStt!/ of .1Jhm('sntr(, 1�·"j4.

P. Giddings Dr. \l illin ,ls.• istlult PI'olc8so)' of Chemistry I.A., f'h.n., Harvard nit>ersity, H!.'iv, H,5!1. ,luilwd ['LU, 1962.

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Il.�sv ink

P/,O/fIlIlUI' III

llUlislz

n.A., lVitf.(,lIlw,·g ('"U"flt', trU8; Ph.D., ,Toll/if; 1I071king Uni'v(]l'sity,

1947,

)lr• . ;.Janey Lee F rne JII><lrlfctOi' hI Phu .• u·"l Erilwution V.A. PI,

from PL , l!IUO. Joined 'taff i,/. JatiIlUI"!/, IfJ03.

Phi ep8ilon.

>

fr. Stewart D. Govig

Assistant ['l'Olc.�slIr vI Religion iIl.Th. Priilceton Se?nina?'y, 1.'),54. callciidate, UniveT,.ity of Oslo.

i'h.D,

A '�i t OIt. I"'ol(' ·.• VI oj ReligwlI CU'url,dllle fill' Ph.D. f,·oHl. , . flf Minn. W-ill spcnd IfIfiJ-G4 i'l/

Ilu";N rr:JI'arch.

Dr. E:arl B. r.crheim p)'of(!

'ROI u

Actin.! U.

f LJioloUIJ u f lJepn,·tll/I',lt

hninllU11

Ill. '. Corolina,

Ph.D., 1!J4.9.

M l'. Rogel' K. Guilford !lfstr/lctor 0/ /;;vlogy

n.s., .lIEd., [". COlllpleting

of Cal., 1 fl.52, 1.fJ57. notuny, OS .

!I1.S.in


Dr. Martin E, Hillg-er AI/IIi fo.d £"',,j"/I[;o, of E".qliqh M.A., ?\o ·thy· 1ft, III. {.'lli1; 's i t 7/ , If! '.'I; Ph.D., indirli/U. U)I.i"FI�nit.!I, 7 !'.;!).

,fl'. Luth r T. Jansen

Ass;. /.(1,,/ PJ"Ofr'''''rl1' of StJcill/f)[1?! n.D., ?nun TIII'oluflicol minal'!! !"l'th, ,.

II'

Coillm./'io

u.dllcd ' .•

11.

Nr,dy,

of

W.

rh·. JellS Knud ('0 /tROt/a./.(' Pl"of 8801'

of l;iolo(m

R.I'1..I'IJU,l!1.�.!; M .. . . �h.D.,

Dr. Lauren (' D. Hue ·tlS A f'�j8l(1 I, ( (', O/I"SIiO,· uf Clumi. fry n.s. . l'l.n., ""iL'e,'sil!! of Cct/ijorlll(1, 1.fJrin, 1.'lIJ(j, Juinl'd Pl.",

'I)].

:'t11"!'!. Jo

nn

lfllttl IIc/O,'

Rundtofte

il7 ElIglish

B.A., l'l .. c. 1 .'Ifi.'); AI.A., lru.�hi7![ltrm, l.'I(j�'.

['. vI

l'roIN'JI(Ji' uf Phllsicll

elwinlWI! of h!Jsi 8 Dl:pa,1'tmt'lIt, Ellginn';'s Cll!b rh';I;C1·. Mist! Anne E. Knudson ./l1<t<lIcio(! l'ru/r>lSI)'{'of Ellgli.q/t

, I! died be7j01ld ill .A. at: If S , 1 . of TV., r ' . I)f Cal" r;. "l l.rmduil.

(m(' drCl.II1a., R!!IiSiuli. .11'. Ri hard J. Ko-ppitch A .s18 a.1lt YI'()f ·.�sO·/' of F,' 11th H.A .• M.A.

(Frn1Ich),

(1<:,'gli811), M.A. U. of JriciJil1 II.

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Dr. John G. Kuethe

C.T. , Lnthe?' Sentinwry; Ed.D.,

May, 1.963.

Ad·visc?·.

Dr. Harold ,J. Leraas }"/'o/esso/'

0/ Biology M.S., Ph.D., D.D.S., University 0/ Michiga n , 1.982,1.935,1.91,6. Mr. Gunnar .J. Malmin

P'/'0/eS80'1' of Latiu a.ud .Vo1"toegian Di:l' ccto /' of Ihe Ch011·. ;H. Mus., U. of Michigcm. Grad. Rtl!ciy: USC, U. of Oslo.

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Dr. Knute Lee

Associate P"'ojt,ssor of Phi los o phy S.T.M., Union TheololJ'ical Seminary; Th.D., con/e'/Ted in

Associate P'/'o/essor 0/ Relig·iolf. Columb·ia. Un·iv. Jun·i.o/' Class

Dr. Ottili(' E. Little ProlOS.SM· oj G(Ym.an Chuln. 0/ Dept.; Ph.D., Hanseatic U., Hmnbu.'I'.(I, GeynwllY. "Low Sa,,: on Lite-1'Cttlo'(L" Dr. Henry H. Mllyskens

Assistant P/'o/esso)' of Ma.l.hr:·mr.ttics

Ml'. Gene C. Llindgaard

I!1.�trt!ct01· in Physical Education

Basketball ('o([.ch. B.A. in Ed., PLU,

1.?51; . (l1'U.dlwte study: PIJU, U

o/ liI' .

Mr. E. Robert N ewell

InstrltetOj' hi Ma.l.hematics

Chail'mal1,P! Depa'l't?ll.wt; M.S.,

B.A., Western Wash. Co ll eg e 0/

Sc . D., UU'iv(,rsit.y 0/ Mich:igcm, 1.9fJ!5, 1983.

Ecincation, 1.950,. g?·ac/ual.e. stu.dy,

U.o/ W.


Mr. Dale F. N ielsen

I'lIst;,'uctOi' -in Pwucholo!lY B.A., Pacific Luthe'l'an, 1.95.9;

Dr. Magnus N odtvedt

D r. Robert C. Olsen Professor of Chemist.ry

/JrojessQ1' of Histo·ry Chmn. of

D ept-.

B.Th., Luther Scm.;

B.S., Ph.D., Mkhiga,n Sta/;e Unive;'sity, 1.?31, 1.9:J6.

M'.A., Montana St.ate U., 1062,

Th.M., Princeton Sem.; Ph.D., U. of Chical/o.

Miss Sylvia M. Oman

D r. Burton T. Ostenson

Mr. Robert E. P i erson

Professor of Hiology

Associate Professor of Economics

"M.ar in e Mammals 'in A i(t.�/,"(l"i·c8ea.rch.

study, NOTth1Vestc·1'1l. Pi Gamma, MI(.

Tnstrncto'l' in Spa.nish and F1'Cllch

B.A., U. of Wash., 1.9.1.9; M.A., U. of

Wisconsin, 1.%0. Gra.dna.te .study, U. of W.

M.S., Ph.D., U. of Miehi.gall, 1.?SJ" 1.?47.

VA., St. O/£l-f Col/ego; M.A. gnld.

Dr. H erbert R. Ranson

Mr. Thomas C. Reeves

Dr. Paul M. Reigstad

Professo'" of English

Insi'l'llc/.orin lli · .,tlJl'!J

Associate Professor of Ellglif<h

Chmn. of Dept. B.A., .1'f.A., U. of Ka'lls(l.s;

B.A., PLU, 1.?58; M.A.,

Ph.D., U. of Washington, 1.9,']6.

Washington, 1962. Joined' PLU, 1[)6f!.

Unive'l'Rity of

M.A., Ph.D., U. of.

r1V

Moo'l'ing Mnst adviser.

j\1c;Gico.


eynolds, Jr. Mr 1 III'!>' , .1,11 ill ElIyli.,h M ..·I . . C. of Il'cll;;hi)/t tml, IflJI: thl,�i", .. LP, Hn l,tlclJ," Ir, H. b k S a l z m an A!1.-:i':t,,,,t ['rrojl'IISOt' III Phy"irdl Rrll!" , I./,'t', A I hlt!.ic Di""G i', C(I{Jch of True!",. M.A, T/tliVr:I'sitJj oj'lo14)u,1fI:il.

I'l". Paul C, "ip;1l AX�(lc1ltt.e l'l'olrs

of Religion

CL/ld HiII/o!'!!, M,A" Ph,D" Stalljo)'rl ['IIi 't'l'l i t y , J9..!4, 19BO. 'aua, Phiiokal"lll1ll aellliscr.

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research, "'"ltrlilll'Uti"t' ."

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to

oriolfiOLl

tr,/d. TI", I., EuullUdiCl1l L u l /ll 1'(1./1 f;, IlL,; M,;1., U. oj f(1JI8all; ""or/;' /111 Ph ,D, at (

Mr. Rnh

S 01'

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, of w.

E. Webc.·

1i1i:l.,"/rct"i" i,l.. r;e")'·"'({ll

, J .A .. X I'll' Y111 k T"l ;IJt'I'X i I!J : nfl,1II [ ni"t'('I'lIitl/, llnbl'i'{J l ,

/1'1'1/11:'1' 'tl/rill, F, atl!.-fll)· f r"

AII.'oci It I'

J '/'o!

;:,'01'

"i Rdiyion,

Gr.,,'k, C h rlil'm(Ln of DC'!JIDf1lt nt. .lJ,T)t., P"i'/I-((ol/ m illUllI, 10.![1. KIIJ'Pa. Rho J(1ll'P(I· Ol'. Vt'lmont !'If, Tye Allsot i tl' 1' /'flfl'� � Ot of P.�!lc"l/loU!J IIti Ed,tI�lItiIJ". PII.n" Iti'). talt· r 111'/" ,."d!/, ",l1,,(.it, I./.i"", TI8fiil(1,"

,'s. R udn H, Young' A Si!ttUtlt P"o!rxRIlI' oj Phl/sictll EIl/lva/.ilJlI. l'{, ',1'I,If.: D., ., n. Ed., I

r.S., ['/l,il' 'I'Iri/11 O!'1I'Ctllhitlgl.o11.

M(I!I Frllt.illa/ ad-vi:lc)',


Scho ol of Fi1�e a1�d Applied Arts

Comprised of the Departments of Art, Mus ic, a n d Speech, the School of Fine and A p p l i ed Arts offers a broad cultural education in the fine arts and specia l i zed train ing i n various fields. The school's objectives are to pl·ovide the stu dent wi th a cultural background and to prepare the student for the professional application of his knowledge and tra i n ing. The Department of Mu sic has been exceedingly act i ve in the past year. It sponso red the famed pia nist, Ruth Slenczynska, who attracted a large attendance. The University choir, The Cho i r of the West, will tour Europe this summer. The Music Department a l so presented its first full opera th is year, the Mikado. The Department of Speech had a very successful year in forensi cs.

They competed in the Nati onal Pi Kappa Delta Tournament and received many honOl·s. This year is the first year the School has awarded the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. It also offers a Bachelor of Music degree.

Dr. Vernon A. Utzinger, Dean

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Ill'. .P. Louis 1\". Chri�tensen

.l,socia te (·l'0.Tes.Qor of l 11usic Chail'1ilarl of DepurtlJl.(,;lt.

M . A. . , rh.D., Vllic.;i'sity

Wa.shington.

Mr. Rt.1I11 y D. Elberson A.�;ii-IJtU-id l'ro l'e88'11' of Speech

B.A., B.Ed., Pl.-U; f.rI., T. of Itu.IL.III})h/}' PRiOmega,

err I·tain ::a ll ad'oiser.

Mrs, Sydney E ngeset AF<8iBillnt iii A,.t

8,1: .A., JI[.F.A., I niUl'J'8itll of l>Vashilll1ton, 1.93 1, 1.93::!.

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of

B.

.,

Mr. ,Judd C. Dough y Instruct or in pe(l('h awi Ass'istant

in

R'ldio and Tdevi.qion.

Il.il . . PLU.

1 !}6S; /1!l'lhe)' [Irae/I(af£' st/(dy,l-'LU.

)11'5. C lthcl'inc Elliott

Assistant ilL MIIII;e

Pn ivei'.�iI)J of Washington; Central Iilo'a"hingl.lnl College of Ed/«�otion.

Dr. R. By T'd FTitts

A8S0ciatc ['ro/f'SSor' or J1Wiic

.lif. Mus., A. "fIlR. D., Eastman

School of .illUde. COIICOi'!. Clwl'u .•.

U. of Rocheste;·.

�tr. George R. Elwell A.�sistlt'lli 1')'()f('.�S()" of Art.

B.A" YonnystrrwlI ( )IJ!I<TSitll, 1.fJ1,.'I. IIl,A., HC"lI! YO/'k ?',liui 18it!/, 1.9;jr,.

Mr. Gordon O. Gilbertson ASRoainte J'role8 '01' of MII,';ic M.Jl.,. or'tlu,ucstel'J1.

.,.

niY(Tsity;

/lIi'thl'r' :;/Ildu. U. oj Co!omdo,

U, of W.

Ba;l(J.


P,nfcsi;l)f' of, pecch. Chll"L

Dct>t. J:.A., M./l., GustU'VHH A dolplm8,' sh(dy.

l'SC {IH/.d.

Mr. Fr dpl'kk L. Newnh Assoeintc

of

m

P')'o/esso,' of Mus'it:

FI'llolUsilip n!'grce

Royal Aea.dc·/iI·lI 1.011(/011, Eng.

of MHWic,

:'-11'. Lar: E . Kittle80n .'l.�ist[mt rjrof(.'s.�m· of

B.

.

,M .

.•

( of

Ad

J; It·. ('alvin H . Knapp 1,1J/[, f(etm' 'in ,,,111.sl1'

n.s., M.S., .hlllianZ Sehool ,,! j'\fl/.�ic;

Colllmbia r '.,

Wisconsin; M.F.A., [lSC,

[/,·adna.f<: Mudy,

!\lr. Eric TOl'dholm

Miss [,ol'othy K. Payne Inst,'7Icta)'in lJ1usic

PI,l,', (,1-'S.

1.9.'i5.

A.�sistunt

P-,·ofes.<01·

nf Speech

I1.F.J1., .'ht i,/sfitute

of

'hie(1.Yo.

Designe)', I-:tagc teehnica·l dh'N�tnl'

F:.Mns., grllcillatc sindy, Eastman ohaol of

J

URic .

.. il'!!'. Georg-e Hoskos Associate Proff?s.'fl'I· of A I't Chili," of Dept. n.A.I1,·(. Ed., You'l/[/stnw'I1 Col/cae; M.A., [ovm C-lIi·vCI·.�it?l, 1(J50.

iVYr. Paul J. Steen A ssiglant Professor of Speech n.A., f'LTi; M. ,il/. TV, SY1"U·c1lIle

Mr. Carl V.. Svedberg

Ulli"lll'l·sily. 19.57. Pl'oclncc'I"

Assistant

dil'c ctnl ' of 'fV.

F:.MII8., EaMmwn School of .ltll"ie.

in jvlu'�ic

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Formed on September 1, 1 9 60, the School of Busi ness A d m i n istration offers the degree of Bachelor of B us i ness Administrat ion. The obj ective of the school is to prepare students for business, particularly in the Pacific Northwest, w i t h i n the scope of Christian val ues. The COU \'ses offered range fro m economics and beg i n n ing accou nting to various specialized courses. The school now offers fou l' special short courses i n various business fiel ds to the people in the commun ity. These courses have gai ned state­ w i de recognition. A local Zeta Eta chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, nationa1 busi ness fratern ity, was recently formed. This chapter is for busi ness majors who are i n terested i n local and national business affairs. When the U n i versity begins a new year i n the Fall of 1 9 63, the School of Business Adm i n istration \vi l l be a n im portant unit of the new College of P rofessional and Graduate studies which will coord i n ate w i th i n i t all U n i ve rs ity schools "vith the exception of the College of A rts and Sciences. M r . Dwight J. Z ul auf, Acting Denn

School of Busi1�ess A d1ni1�istrati01�

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M r. Russell Boyle

M rs. Martha S . Hil l;J ert

A ssis tau t in BIl.�ines.� A dm in ist ra ­

Assis tan t in B us'incss A dmJnis t i'a­

tion. WlLshingtulI State. Univers ity University of Washington,

C()llege fa·/' Women ; .q rac!lw.te

,

I.C.C. Practitio n er.

M r. G undar J . K i n g A .� 8istnllt Pro/essO?' of Bu.� iness

Administration and Economics.

Stan/m'd Grad Sc ho o l 1'Cscanh, " Tn(01)ln A 1'cn a.nd Jl1lLrk e l'i n g . "

lion. n.s., Mississippi Sf.lL te study, PLU.

Mr. Charles A. Peterson

A ssocin te Pl'ofe.�S01· of Bl/lliness Administration. M.S., University 0/ Tennessee. G l'n clu n t e study, U. of lV-linn .

Mrs. Madee H. Schestopol AssistlLnt ·in BuwincsR A dm inistnt­ t"ion. B.S., M.A., University o j

A lnblL'IIl a ; fu dhel' study, Uni've'/,sity of Te�;as.

.J ob app l ications a r e of utmost

importance to seniors each year. M r. Carl W. Mays, Jr., Assistant Vice President of the U . S . National B a n k of Portland, O regon, interviews T o m T u r u l a , senior business maj or.

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School of Education Undergraduate a n d graduate studies are offered by the School of Education to prepare students for the i r varied teach i n g roles in soc iety. ( PLU grad u ates obtai n teach i ng positions i n every area of the United States. ) The School offers degrees of Bachelor of Arts in E d u cation and Master of A rts in E d u cation. The pmpose of the School of Education is to prepare students to teach at elementary, j un i or high, and high school levels. Some of the students go on to teach in j u nior colleges ; others to advanced study. The School was recently approved by the Teacher E d ucation and Professional Stan dards Commi ssion of the National Education Association - a group which is i nspecting all i nstitutions i n the state. The State Department of E dueation has also approved the school req u irements. The Stu dent Education Association is sti l l actively assisting many students at PLU. In the School of Education, C h ristian atmosphere is always stressed.

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· I r s . .J une B roeckel In .• t n' G to}" OJ educatio/l n.A . anci .I/ . A . dr'fli'C'cr; fr01ll ['DC. Spur fW·/I/I.,Ij ru/ visci'.

Mr. Arne K. Pederson Assistant P" 0j'es80'/' of Ed1!ca. tir)ll B.A . in Ed., REd.,

and il'l.A .

f1'om PLU, Z sum me1'S a. t U. W.

Dr. Arnold .J . Hagen A .•.soci(Ltc 1 )'olcssor of Edu ca t ion Conco'rclia B.A ., l ' . of Montana M.A., U. of l'CYO/1 f).Ed.

Dr . Lynn S. Stein

M rs. Pauline Stenson

A.�soc-ia te Profes.50r of Education

Instrncto1' of Edncrltiull

B.A . , M.A . , and ErI.D . A dvi.� e .• A Ipha Phi Omega.

B . A . Westen/' Michiga,l U.,

M. Ed. Un i vers-it.y of Wa.shingtf/n.

Miss Anna Mum Nielsen P1'ofess01' of Education and Di1'ecto,/' of Teache')' Education.

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School of Nursi1�g

The Pa c i fi c Lutheran Un i versity School of N u rsing graduates its first "on c a mp u s

"

class this year_ These

graduates have received the i r tra i n i ng on campus a n d at several hospitals ill the Tacoma a rea_ The present

program was i n itiated in the Fall of

1959.

Prior to that t i me, students took

part in their tra i n i ng at E man uel Hospital in Portland, O re gon . The n u rs i n g students en roll in a very rigorous program to p repare themselves for the respons i b i l i ties a nd opport u n ities for Christia n service in their particular field.

Mrs. R . E!ine Morken, Di1-ector


Mis;; Martha E . I·I uber

M iss Helen C. Jacobsen

In.� t l"lLct Ol· j'l! Nm·.� illg

Ins t.l'uci.01· ill Nil )".� in!J

In s tructa /' in NU1'sing

R.S. ; 8.S., Rocky Mountain

B.S.N., ivI.N., Ivi()utall u State

Col/C[!<' ; .'!I"ac/u o t l' .� tu£l!J,

Cul/cge, 1 .9 5 7 , 1.% 0.

n.S.N., Mon to.na State College,

Mou /.una S t a t e , U. uf W.

M cdical-Sul'!J kal.

Montana College.

i\'I rs. S h irley R. J ohnson

i\1 iss DOll na i\I ae .J ohnson

1 ,95 .'J ; (tl"o.c/u a /. c !ltndy, Enstcl'l/

Mr�. Leah Byles Ramel'

11t. ,� I.)"lI c t fJ1· in Nm·s·illY

In s tru c t m' in Nn'i'fliny

M iss Dorothy M. Tollefson

D.S.N., IVI .N., Un·i·ve1·wil y aj

B.S.N., S('IL t t le Pacific Itn d

A .s sist a n t. [')"afc,q,� aT of NIt1·.�i-ng

Delt.a Iota Chi (fdvi.�e)·.

W([..�hill g t011, 1 95[1 .

Wu.� hing t.(m , 1 % 8 , 1 .9 {j2.

M iss Janet M . UlJeland Iusln/clo')' in N/(')'si·/l.!J B.S . ."' . , PI, U , 1 .'J.5.9 ; i'r1 .S. ,

U. of W . ; 1'vI. N . , U'1l it:c)'s ity of

Miss DOTi!; L. Wagner

A SRisl,([.nt Professo,), of N'ursing R.N. , Eman uel Huspital; B.S.,

U?li'vei'sity of Oregon, to be

U n i v c·l"sit'.ll of O ')'<'g on ; M.S.,

c01tfen'ed Jnlle , 1 96."1 .

Sim m ons Col/ege, 1 95.5. .

B.S. hI N /I. /·.� in!J , M.Ecl . , Ulli·ve'l',� i t.y

o f ;l'!-in n ,' s o ta, 1 95 6 , 1 .95,9 .


Th ' G rad uate School headed by Dean Theodore Sj od i n g now ofrel'� aclvane d tra i n i n g in the �lre

of Scho 1

A dm i n istrati o n

Q

Sch E l e m enta ry Erl�IC .

' iclance, and

11.

This past yElltr th� F

nate studied

and r commen led � the progra m tli a

,m i d add

I new

degrees ava i l ble a t the U l i vers ity. They i n c l u de a

Mast�

of A r ts

gl'ee for

i nterdepa rtmental maj ors, a l laster of Scienee degree in Science, a d

Master of

Arts degree in Busi ness A d min istration and Economics. A lso i n the plans are

prov i s i ons for a graduate schooi in Social

Work. This would f a c i li t a t e students i n thei r

study for the M i n i stry, high school and

j u n i o r coll eg e teac h i ng, and' bus i ness and economic fields.

To help organize and adminis te r graduate study, fou r new administrative and a d v i sory committees have bee n f o rm ed

Graduate School Dr. Th e o d o r e C. Sj o d i n g, D ean

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Mr. Clayton B. Peterson

Deve lopme1�t The Development Office, headed b y M r . C l ayton Peterson is concerned w i t h the long-time growth a n d development of PLU,- particularly in its physical plant a n d i n its capacity to serve the campus, commu n ity, the state, and the church. Mr. Peterson was engaged i n the ten-year

$ 1 1 ,000,000

1961

to head

development

program adopted by the Board of Regents in

1960.

Th i s year, accordi n g to the Development Office, the major task has been the readyi n g o f Pflueger H a l l and Columbia Center for occupancy. Plan n i n g for the long-range development of the U n i versity i s its cont i n u i n g task.

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Library A year of pla n n i n g for future expansion will be evi denced by next year's add ition of two professio nal librarians to the p resent staff'

-

a Fine

A rts librarian a n d a Social Science librarian. With the a d d itional use of room L-I04 for l i b rary pu rposes, there ,vi l l be shelv i n g for eight to ten thousand

volumes and

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well-lighted study stations. Plans are now being formu lated for common ci rculation poli cies with UPS so that a l l s tudents may have the use of both colledi ons. Mr. Frank Haley, H(!{Lc/ L ib np'iall

M rs. M i riam Beck m a n , Ci)'(:lllatioll .sll pe·)'v·isor , and M rs . Edna B u n n ,

A cqnisl:f.ioll A .�s istant.

iI'I rs. A l ma B. Molder, Rc/e l'C!/l cl' L ib /'m'iatl

M rs, Ruth Ro�enbel'g, i\hs. Nora B, Hel'eim, M rs. Edna BeemLl�, and illt-s. O l ga S, F isher, Cil'cu/a.f.ion Clcrit:al A Rl<istU ll ts,


Pub lic R e latio1�s Acting as the offici a l l'epresentative of the U n i vel'sity to prospecti ve students, A l u m n i , a n d c h u rch congregations, the Public Relations office releases news of campus events to the press, radio, televisi on , and hometowns. The ofIice is responsible for all promotions of the U n i ve rsity. The most i m portant this year were the inauguration of President Robert Mortvedt, a n d the E uropean Choir tour. The Public Relations Office i s a l so i n charge of all U n i vers ity publications. Mr. S i dney Shelver

A clml�s.sio')I.s COl(ll se/o'"

The Rev. M i l ton Nesvig

Din'ct01'

of Public

Relations

The Rev. Roy E. Olson

Director of Church Re lations

M r . .1 . E. Danielson Di7'ect07' of A dmis s io ns


Rev. C. K . " Pops" :}n E·vcr.(J)·c en ConTt

Loui" e Mal min

Rev. S. M. and Maria Moe 11'11 COllrt

House Parents

il l's . A. Franc.'s F itzpatrick South /la./{

M rs. Cl a ra Nelso n and M rs. �T ild red Twedt Ha?'Btad H n ll

M l'·s. Ag'n es S ha fla nd Wc.�t Hall

M iss Marg-u erite Langm a n :\l or/h Hall

Dr. and 1\1 1's . Alf Kraabel Pf{! C'cl cr Hall


.Wnr. Hd(m

r;cholsun, hons c m o t h c l'

of

North Ha.ll jo /' eig h t. yea.rs, ref-ired a. t

'mid-'Jjc<u'. At the A 1VS awctnl.� a.S8Clilbly, "Ml·B. , lick" a.nd Jfi's, Clara. .Velso n , Ha. !".'ltad'iJ retiring hOllsemo thr"" were k0 11.1 ," d b y PL U 'W o men and " ,Vordy,"

m

l, WJ.gei',

check the p r iCD liRt

b o o k s a.t tiu en d

of

/)('/01'C buying back used

t.he semeSi(' f',

PL U Book:store

Adminis tration Secre taries

A n flN I S TR A T T O l\O SECRETARIES, :'iE. TED : B orgh il ! E a n s SEC N D HOW : Mari lyn RasTI1 u. sen , Katl1Y H ' iley . 'PH 1 R D ROW : Lau r ie Nelson, A rlene Brown, J n d ' ndersoll,

Gower, Joy Parha m , Carol M i tchell. FO 11TH HOW ; Karen Hoe, Donna J h n son , Ona Nelson, Delores D veno, M erli t; J oh nson, Lmell W hal e n , Roberta Q uarm, E m a Im hof.

A gne ' Rammer, Eleanor Peterson , Joann Larson, Sa nd ra

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Stude1�t SeTvices

I

Dr . L.

M . Rosenbladt, above, is the U n ivers i ty's

med i c a l d i rectol'. U n de r h i m arc three ful l-time doctors who help the n u rses i n the H e a l t.h C e n te r.

Below

a rc

p i c tured

M rs.

G ladys Bel'gu m , chief

I1 ll rSe, and M rs . Doris Poole, "taff n u rse. The S tudent H e a l th Serviee supe r v i ses a l l perso n a l and comm u n i ty h e a l th problems on the campus .

COLLEGE U N !O:-I B I! I LDI N G : M iss Leona Siegle, Kitchen Su pc l'Dis() l ' ; }I is s F l orence Q u a st, D ie titian. COLU MBIA CENTER : Mrs. W . M cKa y , Kitchen Slll' r ; ' oitw r ; M i ss Mable Swanson, A 8 s i:,;ta l l t D ie tit-ia.n.

M iss Florence Q u a s t retires from the positi o n o f D i re c to r of F o o d Service o n .J u n e 1 , 1 9 6 3 . S h e h a s prepared m e n u s , manag-ed the food service for Boardi ng' C lu b , and performed m a n y f u n dions c o n n e c ted w i th t h e d i n i ngf;l c i l i ties of P LU s i n ce I H ii G .

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L Niehoff, · ":;R V I C r. E M P LOYEES : A. Gis]cl', C. ( ; !·ocutt., II. FIlITel l , D. Vetter. COF'FEE , H O P : "olol'es Crust., E"ther F i n k , Ona Syl l i n p:.

FOOD

J'del' Colema n , flak/"/'.

CARPEN TF.RS : V. Bern tsen, ,1 . H o l mes.

i 1 EN : H. 13el'llben , }I A I K TF.:-IANCF. V C. C l a rk .

l\lAlNTEN,\ N CE

H . K a va n a ugh, A. Fullel', R. W illaby.

WO�H: l\' :


WE DO NOT SAY THAT A MAN WHO TAKES NO INTEREST IN POLITICS MINDS HIS OWN BUSINESS. WE SAY HE HAS NO BUSINESS AT ALL. PERICLES Linda Mn,!!s , Student Gove t'n meu t Section Editor


P LU GH TS

KARL GRONBERG - Best known for his vocal resonance and his " imperative" attitude toward his executive and fiscal responsibilities, A S PL U President Karl Gronberg has we l l represented the students of P L U to the a d m i n istration, the commu n i ty , other ochools, and the many people he has met on his winged trips to C a l ifornia and the M idwest. A "sound" administrator, Gronberg ( with the booming voice) chaired the newly formed Presiden t's Cabinet and directed the standing comm ittees of the Associated Students. DON ISENSEE - Stude n t Body Treasurer Don bensee this year had to somehow mold the financial activities of the President, the Legislat.ure, and the busineso office i n to a respectable budget sheet that could account for the $6,000 bankroll i n the A S P L U coffers. Possessing probably the most popular signature on campus, Isensee managed to control the elements and turn an inheri ted debt into a healthy treasury balance for next year.

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JOH N MARTILLA - Guardian to the newborn Legislature, and resident intellect of the President's Cabinet, First Vice President John M artil l a with his slow, del iberate speech has betrayed the frustration:; that must come from riding herd on legislators' proposa l s , and Robert's Rules of Order. ED DAVIS - Second Vice President E d Davis this yea r was a member of the Executive Board, the Legislnture, and the Cabinet. He chaired the Legislature's Code Revision Committee and the Social Activities Board, was in charg'e of student convoca tions, wrote regularly for the jl-I o m'ing Mast, played on the golf team, and even tried a l i ttle ping pong. A ll the rel"t of h is spare time he stu d i ed.

PATTY HAGERMAN - Dimples go a long way toward making a good ASPLU Secretary, bu t there is work in volved too. Patty Hagerman worked. She kept the m i n u tes of the Cabinet and Legislature, and posted them regula rly. Not only that, she h a d to interpret Karl G ronberg's penmanship and even play stenog足 rapher when Gronberg was moved to pace the student body office floor w i th letter in hand and reply in mouth.

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PI!r:SI l)r;!''!'',;

C A Il [ " [';T,

John �Ia r t i l l a ,

Don I s l' Il � p t' , E d D a v i � , .J o n �I a l lll i l l . K a r l G ronberg,

F [ I{!,,!, [W W :

D a le L a rs o n .

s r;c o " o

ROW : Dr. S o l berg, L a r ry H i tterda l l', Ron M i l le r ,

Pa tt�' Hagenml n , Bob S h i ve , C;wcn ( ; o l dc Il Il l H l l , :-.i o nn J Uggl' l ' t., M i ss W ickstrom.

Cabi1�et a1�d Legislature 'i1�itiate new c01�stitution The Presi d e n t's

: a b i n et, (;omposed of the E xecu t i ve Board ;

pres i de n t s of A \,\/S , Al\ S, a n d t h e fo u r classes ; e d i tors of t h e Sa,cJ(L. a n d

.llo()rill(! M o s t .. a n d the Ch ief ,J u s t k e o f t h e .J u d i ( ; i a l B oa r d , i s the exenl tive body of P L U s t u d e n t gove l'l1 m e n t . T h e C a b i n e t ass i sted w i th t h e P fl u eger H al l a n d Col u m b i a Cen ter ded i (; a t i o n , C h r i s t m a s decora ti o n s , and the A m e r i (;an L u t heran C h u rch S t u cient C o n fe rence. It a d v i sed Pres i d e n t K a rl G r o n b e rg in h i s ('orrespo n d e n c e respons i b i l i t i es, a m i passed resol u t ions o f a P P l'e(; i a t i o n a n d com m e n d a t i on f o r the S t u d e n t Body. I t d e v e l o p e d , as i n tended lly t h e w r i ters of the const i t u t i o n , t h a t the C a b i n e t bec a m e a n i n fo r m a l a d v i sory g r o u p respon s i b l e f o r ass i s t i n g t h e E xe(; u t i v e B o a r d i n s u p e rv i s i n g t h e a d i v i t ies t h a t i t d i reded. T h e p r i m a ry d u ty o f this grou p i s the a p p o i n t i n g and d i recti n g of the sta n d i n g com m i ttees. T h i s year they i n c: l u d ecl : R a n dy S t i m e , Fres/l lil U.T!

O riel/ i ll i ion ; M i k e B u r n e t t , U !) / '(U'!I ; Bol> S a n d e rs a n d

J u d y S w e n s o n , L e a de rS/I ii) netreal ; J i m Olson a n d ,J a n A a l b u e , Fres/l Ili a ll

Han (lll()ok ; B i ll K o l I , S w i lll m in !} Pool ; M i ke lVIc: I n tyre a n d

C o n n ie E n g-vall, H o m eco'i ll i n rJ ; J e rry P rotextor, Clif f Olson TI'()7)/t U ; J oyce A n derse n , A r t is t S e i 'ie .;; ; K a r l Ostl i n g, Tmv e l Bu reau ; .

F r i e d a G r i ms r u d , N WSA C o o rdin ator ; Dave E k be rg, Ca m p u s Ches t ; n od nose n b l a d t , Da.. (i'odil Flont. T h e Soc i a l A tt i v i t i es B oa rd was headed by Se(;ond V i (;e P re s i d e n t Ed Dav i s .

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C h a i red by F i rst V i c e P resi d e n t J o h n M a r t i l l a . t h e twen ty-seven m e m b e r Leg i s l a t u r e str uggled to w i l l i d e n t i ty a n d a u thOl' i ty t o t h i s nevI" gro u p . a n d to assert i ts consti t u t io n a l l y d e s i gn a ted r o l e i n t h e f u n c t i o n i n g of s t u d e n t respon s i b i l i ty, The gro u p set p recedents i n matters of policy a n d p r oced u r e a n d m a d e major c o n t r i b u t i ons to t h e sol v i n g of t h e problems o f s t u d e n t gove rn me n t . I t helped to reso l v e the C o d e s i t u a t i o n . w a s i n s t r u m e n t a l i n se<: u r i n g

a

s a t i s factory d i n i n g h a l l a r r a n ge m e n t .

a n d a u thorized t h e m a j o r e x pe n d i t u res o f t h e Associated S t u d e n ts, Legislators a re selected by the i r l i v i ng' g r o u ps accor d i n g to pl'op o r t i o n a l represe n ta t i on d e term i ned b y the ,I u d i t i al Board , The Legi s l a t u re was created last s p r i n g . a l o n g w ith the rest of t h e present govern m e n t a l set-up. b y a maj or consti t u t i o n a l r e v i s i o n .

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Jttdicial Board e1�forces ca1npus code .J I I lll' l . I. HOARD, SF-ATF-D : Jamie Amend, SIJphO IiI O I '<' J l l k t ie<' ; Christie A a�l' n , '"ph til/' " '" { " s t ice ; A n n S o i n e , J u n io)' J!!� t i('(J ; P a u l Hegsta d , ./lI'rl iOl' ./ I I ,' '; C ( " .'1' 111 1" ; ; i l l Kuder, S{';l i01' ./I!stice, :H e l'lc Ovcr'land, Ch irt' J I ' s t ICI' ; S h erwood G i l l '1', S ,, ;,,1 ' .fll s t icl',

Te w l y e�ta I i , hed by 1'b (;o n � t i tliU n n ' I l ' e \' l � l On .. o f 1 !)(i2, t he A S P LU .T u c ic: i a l Boa rd i .' the oftici a l l eg-a l branch 0 1 ,- t ll d e n t govel'n m c n t . The se\'en-member B o a r d ct, S U l lt:!1'! re::; p Il s i b i l i t y in s e \ t:: l'a l :-lI'eas of s l w l en t l i fe , •

T h i�

yea r t h e BOil rc1 .mel o t h l' b r a n c he" of s t u l en t , 'W, e l'n me n t j o i ned it l'ce. to d evelop t u n i fo r m c )(1e of c a n pu ' < ' t 1l l <1 Ll('\ 1'1' m w h ich stancl a l'(l� : t l l d p l'oceci u l' ,,; of ' l lfo n' m e n l w i l l ue l e te r m i ned . l.' h i R COe l lO w i l l �e l've HS I re f ' l' 11 e po i l l t fol' t h e clec' i s lo n ,' of f u t u l" J u d i l' i a l R o a n 1 " , D u r i l g , ttl d i e� I . f t he J)]'o('e�:,> ' o f' " l u d e n t g-t)\'el'n 1 1 "TI t i " er t h � ·ea L'. t he ( jHn] su gH' . tec, sev 'l"tl a menci m e n t ' \\ l J il'll w i l l sl l'� n g t h e n g-overn m en t, 1 fll 11 . ( i o n a n d s e n e l Ll ba lan(' P U ', e1' a ml <l u thol' i t, ' , T h e B oa I'C1 also " ll pe l' v i �er 1 a l l I e , t i o n s a n d I L r rn l n eci th l j !� i b i l i ly a n d q u a l i fi c a t i o n or a l l 'H n ri i d a teR,

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PLAl' :-: l :>:

.;

�(l1'1ll � c � t i ng-, M a rk Lono. :l 1 i kc' BI,w!' n , Hope H al v O l·son.

l 'ROlJl TTJO :-: : �: o r lll

J\"est.iug, A I O s te n s o n , .1 0hn �; te"va l't.

"Knight Time" seen 011, KPL U- T V S ludent us of t he KPLU-TV fa · il itie. th i y ar wa: xten�i · e. M· rk Lono, I' rl u

I'

of st u d ent

�l 1 id J i m

l e v i s iol1 ,

nyclel', d i rpcl(l)" :;erie ' of 25

sched u led

\veekly h o u r-long prog T a m s t i t led " f n ight Time." 1 '1 e se rie,' fe a I red rl iHCU3. i on programs alld al'i �ty . hQ\.vs w i th Hope H. lvor.� 111 C1. � associate pr d urer. Also teleeagt was one session of the Student Legislat u re,

a n d p rograms a n lloul1 c i ng t h e result. of Homecom ing ann stu

n t body

iec t i ons.

II

shows we re sta ft'en \vi th vol u n t a ry stu len t

r WS,

ann

s u pel'vi , c( b y Y P L U -TV p rod u cer-d i re ' lol' Mr. Pa u l Steen a n d eng-i neer

Da vi 1

11'.

hristi a n .

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I nc reased by 1 6 pages a n d i nclud i n g colored photography, this yearbook offered new challe nge for second-year SaI}o. e d i tol', Susan Amu ndsen, a n d her staff of forty vol u n teer s t udents. P residential appo i n tee, Dr. Paul Vigness, brought his background in the yearbook field to the Sa{ja staff in serv i ng this yea r as its first d i rect ad viser.

B c tty W i n te rs t y p e s as her eo-c d i t u r o f the rol U nd e rc l a �s Section , Lou a n n J oh n so n ; and Ca Mc G i n ty, U p pl'rclass Sedi on E d i tor, d i c t a te.

Com b i n i n g photogra phy, a rt, a n d copy a s elements of la yu u t design nrc Dennis P i e r n i c k , Art E d i tor ; Susan A m u n d s e n , E d i t.o r ; a n d D a v id Ronken ' Photogra pher.


JelTi Ro ba rge , B u s i ness Manager, checks on an advertising' layo u t w i th A n n Broten, Business E d i tor,

J i m a n d Tom M on a h a n e mpl oy the p a pe r cutter i n tl' i m m illg- p ic- tures for the i r A d m i n istra tion a nd

Academic Secti o n ,

M a rgaret C h i n andel' indexes studen ts, facu l ty , o r'ga n i z a tio n ,;, a n d b u s i n ess fi r m s ,

D o y l c .I ur'gcnscn com p letes

,1 illl Vatn's A thletics

S ection, L i n d a Mays is

E d i to r o f Re l i gion a n d Gove r n m e n t Secti o n s ,

SAr.A S T A F F , SEATED : Roger' S t i l l m a n , F ra ncb C l ifton, Lois D i l l i n g', Paul J o rgense n , SEC O N D ROW : M a rvin A beene, N U llcy M c C a l l u m , S a n d r'a Weste rberg, J oa n n e S l e th a u l!.", j\'! ary A l i ct' Llewe l l y n , M ll r�' K reps, Pa tsy Cassed y, J u d y M a c ,l o h n s e n , T i l IRV ROW : M a rtha Zacrep, J u dy J oh n son, D i a n e S u rby,

Work ordt'rs for F i n e A r ts Section Edi­

·r

n i zutions Section ; a n d a te lephone for

tors, J a n i c e K a rlstad and H i l du r Oyen ;

S u e J o h nson , A c tiv ities Section E di to r ,

p r i n t or'ders for R u th D a n ielson's Orga-

a rc p a r t o f t h e necessary e q u i p m e n t.

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TOP : �Ia rk Lon , Full Edito / ' ,' Cheryl THylol', ( a.ll A Rs i � ta)l t Edito r ; f a n Templeton, Fall

iJ;lakp.-Up

Edit(/'I',

l\I I DDLF; : N i ta S v i n th , F a l l C O JlJI Editor ; David Wa ''gonel', hl t /'a'/1!1O'a l,� Edit.01' ,' A n derson,

Sp'/';lIg

, 0[111 Ecil:tO'l' ;

M ike Ramstad, P1'oofn euler, ROTT

M : Leg Pederson, B1(.,� ill(',�R llIno,agc:}', interests fi n anci er Faulk i n an ad,


Spring SC·IIU'ster' Editor, Lo,rTN Hitterdnlc, and Sl)OI'i.� Editor, M ike cl'i tica.l ·inspection of the jV!oo1'inrl Mast at the loca) prin t SilO]),

final

iV!nc!l() )/ald illkl'

(l.

M ooriT�g Mast a{jal�11 e lects 11e�{) editor at ?�id-yeaT Under a new advise1" D1. Pa ul R igstad of the

Fal l Sem St�l' E d i to r Mark iT 'ere award d a F i rst Class H onor i ng I 'om the Associat.ed Col legiate Pre ' Ser j B g-i11l1i ng second semester, the MO(H i'l ifa f r] jto r wa granted a n a wa r d of $3 pe S Ii: tel' and received the editorshi p by eledio , El ection f the new

E nglish departmen

,

Lono and h i s

ed itor at m id-year f c i litat il smooth pUbl i cati on a n d staff t 'a in i n,g, Thil:l pa tern was

establish d ] , .�t yeaI'.


The center of the rel i gious a c t i vities at P L U is the S tudent Con gregation which w a s or a n i zed for the pur pose of promoti n g

: h r i stian l ife and

trai n i n g for lea lership i n the Church. It is under the leadership of Pa.:tor John O . Larsg·uud. Membership i n t h e S t u en t Con gTegation is for the d u ration o f the school year : therefore it d oe ' not ailect membersh ip in the home congregations of the students. The money for support of the congrega tion

is tithed by the students.

C01�gregation Tra,i1�S JOT Chris tia1'l, L adership t l ide1�t

STUDE N T CON GREGATION OFl"I C EHS : Pastor

Larsgaard, f'I'C8idl'n t ; Brllce Bin del, Vice

Presiden t ; A l exia Henderson, T'·CII S I I I"l'1',· Carol lIl a ni, SecI'cta.1"!J.

5u


Pastors Kraabel, La rsgaard, a n d Moe are the Student Congregation pastors. Pastor Larsgaard spent this school year doin g fu rther study at Pacific Lu theran Sem i nary in Berkeley, Califomia. He returned hom e to PLU a n d h i s fam i ly every other weekend to speak in Chu rch and cond uct the Student Congregation affai rs.

Morn ing wo r'ship g e ; "v icc8

are

condHct�d eaeh

Sunday 11W'rniny, and the LOi'd's S'Ilppn' i.ďż˝ celebrated the fi1'St Snnda,y of each month,

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DEACONESSES, BACK ROW : Rosean n a

Hester, B a r b Richter, A n n e

Fennessy, Karen Levang, Geraldine Fiveland, Ma rgaret Zieg路lel'.

FRO N T RO W : Janet Watne, H i ldul'

vyen, Mury H i ll, Lyiu Tsu j i , S u e Da lly. FIRST ROW : J u lia

Jeann ie .J e n tzsch , K at hy

B u r nett, Heggal',

') ian e Berg, Karen Ritland.

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M E M BERS-AT-LARGE : A n n Soine, B i l l

Lessley, M arilyn L undblad. NOT PICTURED : Jon

Malmin, S u san

Schoch, j'l'Iarv F l·edrickson .

• •

DEACO NS : Ron M i l ler, J o h n El l ickson, Jay H aavik ,

TRUSTEES : S k ip H a uke, Paul Hegstad, Rich W i lson,

B i l l K u der, B i l l K o l l , Pete V a nKonynenburg.

Geo rge M uedeking, D a le La rson.

STUDENT CONGREGATION C H OIR, FIRST ROW : L i n nea Eger, Judy Bj orl ie, .J anet \Vatne,

.J ulie Drinkard, M a l'got S i monson, Kathy Taylol', .J ean vV iedenheft. SECOND ROW : Karen Ha lvorson, J a n is Y unker, Sue Kosche', Ma rtha D u n n , .J oan

Peterson, C l arice Reinertson, Nancy Nelson, D iane Hulbert. THIRD ROW : La Von Logan, Greg Karlsgodt, J i m F ricke, Jim W i l lott, Bill Lewis, Lynn Berg, Roy Helms, Pete Quam, Sue Johnson. FOURTH ROW : Peggy Ogden, Jon Malmin, Jerry D i ttl'ich, Stan Hoobing, Brent Olse n , George Larson, Ron Heyer, Virgil Anderson, director.

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DORM DEVOTIONAL C H A I R M E N , SEATED : E l a i n e Twite, We,� t ; R u th D ickma n , Hu,1'stad ; Sue ,J ohn50n, N01'th ; LaVon Loga n , Ha'l'st(lc/, STAND I N G : Jim T r a n sJ!,'!'ud, Ivy ; Don

Brekkh us, Pill/cyc'i '; Linda !\>{ays, 'Wes t ; Carol Menke, Suu th; Randall Peterson, Evcl'.Cj rcclI : Dennis M i les , Clolle)' Creck.

STUDENT CONGREGATION ORGA NIST : E m i l y Lou E ricks u n .

A n o t.he!' important a�ped o f stude n t l i fe i s the B ible Study

group h e l d

each S u nday Illul.' n i n p:

at n i n e o'c lock. John E lIick�un was this yea r':; B ible S tu d y leader.

GO


(:n, FIRM 'fI O l\: : l\1itch B i l l i ngs, Bob Feni more, 1" stor Lan,ga:Hd, Pa!5tor MOt!, .J udy Harker, David M uvius. NOT PICTURED : Carol H a rpe r.

ADULT I r-; STRUCTJ ON

LA

ue D a l l� ,

far

Gau lad,

:1rul H a rper, Pa. tor M op , M i tch B i l lings,

David �'I ovi u s , r. e ra ld G e ttis, .James h e l dah l . N OT P ICTUR .U : J udy B a rker, Paula Heyer, sha ron Sch moyer, .J ohn E l l kkson, .J udy K i n g .


Students begin the week w ith

a

few m i n u tes of s i l e n t.

rayel' at the wpc.kly M o n day n i gh t prayer ;>Hvi ' i ! i n Tower hapd,

" I m p ression without expression leave.' d 'Press ion" s e rved as the motivat.ion fo r th i :;

year 's acti v i ty of C o l l ge

ffi lia ed Laymen's League, A l th our.;h t h e g o a l of

com m i tment was the s am e a s that of the rOl'mer I\rf i s s i o n C r usaders, CALL has

sought to make C h r i s t.i a n i t.y l i v i n g Ior the

PLl

o tuden(ďż˝, The new gro u p exp ressed j oy

in sel'ving in th e various fields of devotion . de p u ta tions. s i n gs p i ra ti o n s . . f is s i on Festival, foreig'n studen t,;, a n d p u b l i c i ty ,

PRAn R Sr::R V I C F. LEADF:ÂŁ(S : R an dy . lime, .J ay lI a a v i k , i .. k f' \l1 c h , a n d G('ro. ld Gelti. ,


COLLEGF. A FFI LIATED L A Y M E N ' " LEAGUE, FIRST ROW : Randy Stime, Prc8idc n t ;

Bonn ir� Hagerma n ,

C01T('.� pondi'/!g 8('(;rd.(/,r1/ ; S u e .10hnso11, Rceo'r(ii"ll g Srcrrtw'y ; Bob

Sa nders, Vice l'rc,�id(,il t, SECOND RO\\, : .T ay Haavik, C l a udette Bakel', J eane t.te B a ker, K a thy Heggel l', Dick Finch,

" M u s t Lu t.hera n s Talk with Romc ? " was the top i r of the regional s p r i n g L u t.heran Student A ssociat.ion retreat w h i e h was held on the P L U campus, T h i s event. o f L S A w a s plan ned b y i ts officers : M i k e B u rnett, P'l'rJ,; id" ,l t ..

r . [l(' uu /.iO)l o ./ Chairman ; A I Rowberg:, f'lr b l icit!J Cha ii' l}/l,( II : Jean

NOI'ris Satt

N o r d q u e"t, P),oll t i(" r,� 'ha irnw lI : C h l'i

t ie Aasen,

T" '('a,� l/, re;- ; A u d l'CY A rnst,

S('(:)'r tm'!I : Karl Ostling,

Vier: l-' , ,:,� irl('.TI. l .


ctobel' 2 -26 b ro ug ht to PLU the c a l l eng e of the mission fields. The four featured speakers

were

l\: r. Ken Bervi ne of W. cliff ible d E lJiot, a layma n ; Reverend Oti. Le , a missionary n furlough f1' rl1 B razi l ; an ] Reverend 0 car Rol neier, a f rmel' 01W f f l'om Madagascar. The fe tival mi \ cek, p nsored by the College AH1Iiated -

Translators ; Mr. F

.

Laymen's League, officially opened with a n O riental kickoff ba n q u et S tln lay e e n i ng of t h e 2 1st. D u ring the wee k student. met and talked

i Lh guest

p aker

du ing

arious chapel

meet i n gs, joint dorm devotion

"

and d u ri n

sp cial film . This year's fe�Lival

one of the m ost i nspiring ever' he

\

a!:l

erm d

on o u r campus.


The Rev. George Meudeking, professor of fu nctional theology at Pac ific Lutheran Seminary i n Berkley, Californi a , addressed the an nual Reformation Rally sponsored by the Pierce Cou n ty Lutheran M i n isterial Association which was held Sunday, October 28 in the Eastvold Chapel. On Wednesday, October 3 1 , PLU held i ts annual candlelight processional. After three groups from va rious points on the campus converged in front of the E astvold Chapel, Dr. Nodtvedt performed the traditional ceremony of the posting of the 95 Theses. (j5


Th

TlTl u a l C h ristmas

a n d lel i f!;h t Serv ice

wus

h e l d l a te in the e v e n i n g

o n Decemb�r 18 before t h e s t u d e n t s l e f t the c a m p u � t o go home for the holiday",

Sp i l' i t u H I E l1 1 ph aR i s Wt'ek, spo nsored by the , LudE:: n t Cong;rc;:ra t i o n , was held dUJ'ing the week of Feb r u a ry 10 l.hrou�h 1 4 , Dr, M e rton S trom me n , rcseareh d i l'ectm' fo r L u thf'l'lln You th Rc ' arl'h in

The t hen fili

c

1

[ j nll� a p o l i , ' , i\I i n Tl >!< ta,

for the week was "O ('(' up ied w i th ,Joy,"

W 1 t ti

the fea t u red speaket',


" It \vas my privilege to serve on the Board of Trustees of PLC from 1 947 to 1 952. 'Ve on the Board at that time never ceased to marvel at the magn itude of h i s ach i evements. Fifty thousand from here ; a h undred thousa nd from there ; more \v ill" i n the bank box ! Recently u s we happened to travel together i n various parts of t h e state, with a sweep of his arm he would say, 'I have v i sited al most every home in thi s area.' Probably no person in the state has been in as many homes as was Dr. Eastvold in h i s zeal for h i s institution. Only a man of tremendolls physical v itality and spiritual dedication could accompl ish the great work that he d i u in b u i l d i n g PLU. "My first visit to this campus w a s in 1 94 3 j ust a few weeks after the Ea, brolds had come to Parkl and. Seth took me on a coneI u 路ted tour of the campus, which was ch iefly the Old Main. It was in consi derable d isrepai r. On completing the tour I remarked, ' Seth, \\"hatever persuaded you to take this j ob ?' He replied, '1 bel ieve the Lo rd has set me here to b u i l d th i:-; sc ho I , and I i ntend to do it. ' Somehow, I had t he fee l i ng at that moment, 'I believe he w i l l . ' " I n recalling that i n c i d n t thel-e comes to my m i n d the story o J Nehemiah.

'

h:'lt

gre' L nu

Dr. Seth C.

a.

t old , President, 1 .9 4' - 1 9 '2

n

grieved over the pli ght i nto whi c h h i s beloyed Jerusalem had fallen. Respo n d i n g to an inner call he j o u rl leyed to that c ity, s ur veyed its weakened walls, laid his plan1'l, a . embled

a

l oy a l

company of helpers and went to work , A fter strenuous effort and much peril the task fin i :-Ihed

;

\

a....

n d Nehemiah eouId exult, 'So built

we the wall. For the people had a m i n d to work. ' So al so could D r , Eastvold

xu It and w ith

justifiable pride repea t the 'Nords : So bl i Jt \ve the w a l l . " I t seems unl'eal that ' B i g Seth' i s gone. He seemed so indestructible, l Ie ( !'ten rema rked that he hoped, when hi q u i ckI

r,

T h i s w ish

wa.

time came, he m i rh t go gran ted , N

w

h i ::; Lord

has 'all d h i m, and he ha. been tra n sl a ted from the C h u r 11 M i l i t< nt i nto he h urch Tr i l mphant, called from the suffer i n gs of thi ' l ife into t he peace of God. In h i s going, he leaves a lonesome plac.e agai nst the skv.'

"So, blessed b

t h e mE'll1 r y o f Dr . Seth C. Easl vold , " /J .II

Dt'.

['aut G . Vi!/lWRR

BlessecZ Be His Memo1/1Y


M en with a1� idea CTeate a livi1�g, growi1�g u1�iver� sity On February 10, 1963, Dr. H. L. Foss conducted the r ite of dedi ca­ tion which transformed the silent concrete build ing, k no'wn by students during its construction as Alpha, Pflueger Hall. Named i n hon or of Dr. Jesse P. Pflueger, a teacher of rel igion and philos­ ophy from 1 930-1959 at PLU, the new dormitory has room for two h u nd red men. The openi n g of the new hall forced the men to s urrender South Hall to the \vomen during semester break. Columbia Center, a d i n ing hall and golf clubhouse was also dedicated. It i s named after Columbia College which merged with Pacific Lutheran College i n 1 9 1 9 . Following t h e dedication, open house was held for the public.

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In September PL U welcomed a new class into its fol d . After settling into their new dorm homes, the freshmen were assisted by the Spurs in familia rizing themselves with the facil i t ies and customs of the campus. At the formal President's Reception the frosh were given an opportun ity to meet PLU' s new president, Dr. Robert Mortvedt. The new students were also entertained by members of the faculty d u ri n g the Faculty Open House. On Sept. 23 the nursing department held its impressive capping ceremony i n E astvold Chapel.

New studen ts al'e 1nftde welcorn,,' by Dr. a.nd 1I1,·s. Mo"rtvedt

(tt the Pl"es-iden t'R Reception.

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nitia.tion 01" the freshman class was held October 3-5 by the sophomore .

The

ra11g

c.am u

with the dreaded

mml1Lnd "B utto) Fr sh." Black

c

and

old bean i e

required

and bibs

v

ere

pa rt of the frosh 's da ily

as

apparel . Din ner time merJ'i m nt was

provi ded b

!

the fre.c: innen

performed various thei r p ig -Lails

a

a,'

they

si gn men s in

ho 路V '. m HI-roU u

and

other sty l i h dre s . A ceremony

d ring

tll

half-Lime of ' aturday

aHel'l loon's 'oot all game concluded it os h in itiat ion. '

A ndrea Tilton and her faithful sen'an t suf颅 fe-/" the consequences of being IO'wly ,rrcsh1nen.


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October 12, Columbus Day, a d a y we

Wi1�ds cut a swath of destruc tion

remember for th ree fragi le ships carried by gentle trade winds to a n ew land, and a day we'll remember for millions of dollars of wreckage in Washington

and Oregon because of the fury of

a

storm .

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Q u e!!H Thelm� R(�r,vr n

lo-vdy pi.ct1O·,'

bTl fircliyht.

The st::t t e i pu rpose of the U n i versity is "the preparation of a trai ed Christian citize n ry th rough a n llllhampeyed sea n:h fO)' iruth i n all areas and aspects of l ife. " One of these "aspects of l i fe" was the 19(i2 Homeco m in g, a week-end w h i ch meant many good times for students a n e! alumni ; but more than this, i t meant the opportu n i ty for lea rning co-operation, and for re-evaluating the purpose and contributions of Pacific Lut heran Uni versity.

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-.


" Wonderlct1�d b'y K1�ight" er�'v elop s campus i1� H ofn�ecoming spirit

From the n on senRical world of the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat to the dreamy arches of a castle i n Sherwood Forest - each i s a wonderlan d , a "Wonderland by K n i gh t," honoring Queen Thelma I a n d her court, Princess Jean R iggers and P r incess JoAnne Threew i t .

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-

Tlw l-lollll'('Olll i.,,!} {Jcwqud-a.

l i'mc for royalty

and co-<:hai/''/ll/'lI illi"" Mdll t!II"" Cl,ild COim it' EnfJ l'ul/

H 011�eColni1�g : frie1�ds a1�d d1�eams 11�ee t

"The Mask of thc Red Death"

grcctt�

t/tOF;C

who V iNitcd Evergre e n ConTt.

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to 1Ilt' c t ait/ mili.

[)o1'o lhll'g

tin m a n 11'ag <i(!}) ic/.cd i l l 'vl/rth l-lall'N lI'iilll ill[l /,(111£1 of Oz.


The fl a mes roa red, reac h i n g to the s t a n;, a n d the deal' n ote of a :; i n gle trum pet cast a spell u pon the t roW(! ' 01' w a s i t a piano that e n t r a n ced them, a s i t c reated ';The S hea ri n g Spe l l '/ " Geon�e Shearing a n d h i s q u i n tet, brought to PLU i n hOllor o f lovely Q ueen T hel m a , m ade this even i n g of m oods a most memorable Homeco m i ng.

7!)


Th LIm 1I1路l/./'


It's strictly a female's game ! The fury of the Powder Puff suggests that the "gentler sex" m ight show the men someth i ng about the finer art of mangl i n g. Here M arci d e M arti n i , Frosh, and J u dy Chindgren, Upperclass, battle for the advantage. The Homecoming game in the afternoon saw the smi l i n g sun and a victori ous team. Royalty and alumni j oined the students i n enthusiastic support of the conquering Knights.

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An

th"

al.l hl iiIJl flo m l diHlJlaiJ r;I'ClCr'ri A d l1l i,l is t l'a t i o l1

Honed

Mor/,l'edl .

J] nild i l 1 lj

I h" lob b ll of

iii /Ul i / O I '

of

D r.

Dr. M! JI·t v l' d t ('�·)Jlai17., t h e [ e r; e l l d o f h is ))l'e8i­ m eda llion 10 one o f the J, lill d d e r; a t c s (1. /.t(,lI d i l 1 .'] tlw i/1({ (/.']lu·u/.i(m .

dell tia/

Dr. lVIortvedt accepted h i s role as PLU presiden t , pledgi ng, " I shall strive to write a chapter rich in meani n g and accomplish­ ment, for it "vi l l be a chapter concerned with the shaping of the m i nds and the hearts of A merican youth, the ri chest treasure we can claim as a church or as a nation."

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"1

shall, by the help of God . . .

"

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Le t the joy of Christ1r�([S C01�s�tl1�e YO�Lr heart . . .

Y ollng vO'ic

s

fr01l1 f'a1'kland sillg of thc

Childnm's 1I 0 mc

joy,� of Ch'l'istllW8 a.t Nort. h

Hn/l's

pm'ty fOl'

them,

W'indow lJIl.'in tcl's, AHdl'ey A -I "/ I s t aud E 1 C'1/.0)' Sodn'st rmn, c1'I.'a t.e a

COIO'1'fltl

scene

fOi'

tlIP eyes uf Ch'l'istmas celeb rato?'s.

84


A gift to)' ha.�pdnliZt'd Roger W011!7 :

p·)'()(!CC(l.� frmn the sale of fad.luI<' cookies.

Chris Tarimo. A ldiR O t t .

and WicJ{./wm

[,ah discu.� s the u)) ive rsality of Chri.� tma".

Christm as-a time of j oy a n d g-lvi n g. A n d there i::; 01

g)'

a er :i oy th an

g i v i n g. I n keep i n g with the 8p i l'i t

Christmas, the . ' t udent Leg i.'la L u r fortune cook ies to help Ho a f or m e r

LD

r

W

0

sold 11

tuden t, who had been i l l for several months.

The st ry of God'

ri nee of Peace, wat;

b irth of t h e s e n ted

gift to m a n , the pre­

on the K n i ght. Time Chl'istmat;

sho

w , created by Denn is P i e rn i c k .

The foreign studen ts o n ca.m p us read the Story

in thei r n a t i ve ton g u es.

The a n n u al C h ri stmas party for fm'eign students was hosted by

r. a n d

M r s . MOl'tvedt. Warren Berg, G ordon Stewart, James G a l laway, a n d

Mr. 'Veber, adviser t o the gro up, show the spi rit of the occa. ion.

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Lucia, "

Q'ur

Bride of Light

an Ie of h ope, w h i c h p o i n ts to future d reams,

C a n d le of m e rcy" b u m i n g ever b r i ght and fai r

,

andle of p u r ity, unstai ned and chaste, CaJ l d le of bea uty, y o u bloom in a golden flam e, �all d l e of dedication, n ot blown by the wind, C a n d l e o f f a i th , t h a t shi nes t. h ro u gho u t t h e n i ght, C a n dle of trust, d e pe n d a b l e alld Slll"e . . .

"

T h iR seven-fold e rown of l i ght bedeeb the fai l' Nancy J ur gensen , 1 962 Lucia B r i de. Hel' attend­ a n ts were Aud rey Sorbel a n d Lau ri e D i lli ng. The t ra d i ti o n a l .... hri

mas festi v a l , sponsored

by S p ms on the PLU c a m p u s has its roots in a ,

Swed i s h lege n cl . L u c i a , wa:

a

devout young gi r l ,

m a rt yr ed by her betrothed when she ga ve

her dowry to the C h u n: h as than ksgivi ng for

her mother's h e a l t h . At t h e po i n t of dea t h , s h e w as tt·ansfigu red and now appears i n Sweden d u r i n g the C h r i s tmas seaso n .

8li


Ca" olin,q and Scandillu-uia.n gooC/if's

are

a prtrt

of thr Lucia Bri(k )'c:ception.

"h' l(}pRka"�fl)1Jce Hao,vik and \"a){(:y Y(lhn f,'olie a)'onnd I,h ,' Ch:ri>:tmns tree,

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..

�..

-.

.J ust a few soft, 'wh ite, crysta l l ine flakes d i sru pted completely the usually serene l i fe of the PL U campus on the first day of Feb r u a ry. The gentle snowfal l . a sharp contrast to the

v ieious

storm of

Columbus Day, vvrought some damage, however, as it became the sou rce of a painful a mount of face washings and �old, soggy feet. When the snow packed, it p rovided

a surface for the sidewalk skaters, whose j oyous shouts were tempered only by their bruises. A n d , as a landscape artist, the snow was a master, sketc h i n g a profile of the forlorn l ittle tree that stand s n ear the l ibrary.

M ere particles of froze1� water vapor

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One 'way to '1va,sh windows is to s t,' ' I,ch, o n by

one

The p'iles of collected tmsh

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O(/'Il,S

holding

toe. Eileen Edberg and MarilYil Lnndblad

do ,it the o ther 路way.

tl"ash wf'I'c depos路i ted ill.

hoisted by Jack Shalt l lO fI a.-wi Rogel' S tillma n .


HOW to

l e g a lly s k ip c l

There a'rc t h ose who

1VO 1'k

and, those who watch,

CS:�S;us Cle an-up Day

Dave Y OkC1'S

wa,s one 0f

th C wOT/,;el ',� who wo'/'ked, •

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U2


Vive le PL U ! Vive l'esprit de corps ! We ha'v e me t tl�e e1�emy a1�d they are ours ! ' The students of P a c i fic Lutheran U n i versity "wish to offer the fol lowing challenge to the studen ts of California Lutheran College : ' B y v i rtue of Pacific Lutheran U n i versity ' s superior physical fitness program coi n c i d i n g w i t h President Kennedy's recent stress on same, we hereby chaI1enge California Lutheran College to a bicycle m arathon . . .

'

"

A n d so began one of the biggest events of the school year, an adventure th at praced PLU in the print of v i rtually every n ewspaper and radio station from Tacoma to Thousand Oakes.

" H e m " F l ack, John EI Iickson, and Lyn n Berg pedaled 1 , 1 87 mi les

against time, weather, and CLC's Skip A nderson , Ed Holsten, and M i ke Cerda to "win the race by a scarce 1 9 min utes. But was the i dea worthwh i le ? Presi d e n t Mortvedt stated , " I t i s far preferable to swallowi n g goldfish or t r u n d l i n g a bed over a h u n d red m i les of h i gh"way" . . . Governors A lbert R osell i n i and Pat B rown excha n ge d greetings th rough the ri ders . . . Presi dent Kennedy, himself, sent best w i s h es to both teams. B u t perhaps the greatest commendation is the fact that the succ essful completion of the race by all meant that it i n volved abo ut 7,200 acci dent-free m i les on the h i gh"way.


\ eary bod ies,

eol

d h a l l d s , cold

feet - a gea of yellow - " Hey,

I'm

,

turk i n the w i re,

help" - " D o n ' t

omebo( y

e p on that

st

b Cll'd, or the wh Ie t h i ng w i ll fnll i n ' - yellow e\'e l'y vher - " Kee

t' k i n g them i n . " "But

" 1 't get the rubber ban I off" -

"We'll ha e to take some of them out to put the fri nge on" - p u d dles

iLter - ' Ma.· I ha\'e s o me cOJI" e '? No, it doe:m 't matter h ow strong i t i , I ' m goi n g to pour (: on my feet "­ yel low, yen ' . � ellaw , , . an ) ')1,\ nfirmation Da , wa, . Iowl.\" give shape :tnci f rm to be Le's entry i n the Datfod i l Parad . Kat y H ggar an M i ke l a('donal rode the f ll1 ished ih at through Tacoma as the :i.v mbol il: white eros. p o i n ted th w y . of rai n

'

"


E.fJo?·t.�

lOC,"

,' ''''Vrl T(lcci wh!'11 the

flllll l 'w o n

" I'c(md pitUI'

·in D ivi.� iU7I S i:t', alHCCL tio'll a;ld 1/0U th [I ; ' 0 1 1 1)8.

" vll l�en all a t once I aw a crowd, A host of golden daffodils . . . " [)o


Tho Im nqHet gava HI.()thc i',ďż˝ (t,wl dallghte7's to 'vis'it O l ler good food,

an

opportllll ity

'Mom, college jus t iS1ďż˝' t as it used to b e'


iVliss

lVagli ci' a wl Pa t t y Lal'soll

serve

a t l il t, Jl o l. hc)',, ' tea .

A girl walked graceful l y out to the edge of the platform and model led a sty l i sh ensemble ­ part of the " Collage of Color," A WS fash i o n show for mothel"S and d aughters on Mothers' Weekend , March 8-1 0 . F o r the few days that the mothers were "back to school, " co-cha i rmen Karen R ommen �Uld Mary J 0 Nelson plan ned a c u rr iculum of the fashi on show, dorm programs, a tea, a ba nquet, and the very spec ial prod uction of "Toad of Toad H HI!."

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Our lovely quee n , Susan Schoch, was atten ded by sen iors Gw n do l y n ; oldenman and M a l' i t d:yhre, j u n iorďż˝ D e n i s e .J ohnson an d

r\ene Th o m e , sophomOl'("

A rn o l d and N ancy Y a h n , freshmen J ud i th Seastra n d and Joa n n e Sleth a u g .

K a thleen

The happi ne�R and breath-taking nimation

f May a r

brought a live

by t he dan cers of Lhe ann u al May

Fest i val. The program was val'jed an d fa' inaHng' under he expert guidance of lVI I's. Rhoda Yo ung. An extra b reath of excitement was added Lh iR year when assjsLunt d i rec tors J e rry ,llrtis and Linda Dodgen da nced the An n iversary Waltz in honor r Pacific L u t heran Un iver i Ly's L hL rtieth ann iver. ary of May FesLival.

culmin a ted in

H8

A whole yea/' of practice is

the two-ni.flht. perfoT'mance of the folk darwc festi1Jai.


U11 de'l' (wd l 'hil

the li!Jht f<'et of /Jwnise Tctz [,u:ngston, " {At Pm'lana" did indeed come alivc,

' Tis the happiness of May Festival


Met!! FeNti1lal Q II (!('n Snso1/ Sch och "'Ii l('ll with a fi r'll! hand (ol d

(I wann

h em·t.

Tlw fi rst. c rOW-/I bean''/'

of PLU M(LY F'cstival

histu 1'JI. and /lRCOl't to 1 .') 0.'] Q u e e n Su.� all,

1 ,Q(j.,]

La n'!! HallY", disclt s.q (,s :;/r.a)·rd e:�pe-) 'i(' n ccs with C ) ' O W II

luuks un

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bea 7'll?", Da'p id R )'I.'rm . D r .

Philip

E,

Hange

ill p?'cpalYttion tu c-ro'll.:'n inq Q u ('('u Susa n .


The ol"chr's trt l t ion of M I". G ilil c r t .son is /'dcIllIl'd b y f h r' fiUllIT.� of fill' Gm 'NUOI Imud .

...

Da)'k lIha,c/o Il1S a )Id calul/dill h t )'c1Ica l the t/i"ac(' of I, i',lda Kowillg a.lI(/ Bill B l y t h e in a dance l" mn the Philippil1 C.� .

T!lp ica l

. prr�8io'/1s 0/ t h is aOl!plc be t'I'ay

(' ...

fill' h ru,)"/ il1(,Ss a n d c o m pa n ion.s h ip of I.he

May Festival c'vcn ing.

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L NOBLE ART IS DEVOUT. MICHELANC;EL0 Janice Karlstad and Hilclu)' OJ/en, F1:ne A , 'ts Sec hon Edit 1'1:;

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Ba1�d applauded by Stude1�t Body Football games rang w i t h the . p i r i t of the U n i versity B a n d . In Novembe r t h e a n nual Con 'ert Tou r took the Band through the Northwest. C l i maxing the autumn season was a Homecoming Concert. Aga i n the B. nel had

opport u n i ty to present a Ch ristmas Concert at Rai n i e r School in B uckley. The dedit:ation of Columbia Center u n d P flueger Hall, the Sprin g oJ

ncert, a n d Commencement Exercises were other eve nts for the group. The Banel received an enthm,iast ic reception from its most cl isce r n i ng audie nce at Student Body Chapel.

W itk t.romb one-playi)lfJ senior, J) ick Lntimr)", as direct.ot", t.he Pep Baml addrd rhy thm a lid culur to tlu' basketball seaso1l .


Orches tra t ops May Fes tival The Orchestl'a 'n concert season thi s y e a r i n c l uded the Homecom i n g Coronation, the C h ri stmas Cantata,

l1P.

annual Spring Concert, and the Ma ! Festival. In addition to thi s, the Orchestra \v( rkecl 011 many contemporary pi ece

to g t an i nsight

into modern m u s i c and styles

f various

composers. A lUong these were Gordon Jacob 's "Sinfonie tta ," Herma1ll1 Schroeder's " Festli che Musi k , "

and

Aaron Copel a nd's "Hoedown , "

M" ,. G ilb erts o n , v'irtll oso 'v ioliu ist, UlIU dir c ct o, '

This study was balanced by using a Hayd n symphony and other classical works for study and concel路t.

of Ba:nd a n d O)'ches t-J'a, ad v'ises t h e s t J'il l g trio ,' D ia ll e Lundgren, Judy Bjol"iie, and Roy Helms,

ORCH ESTRA, FIRST ROW : Kathy Zell, D i a ne L u n dgren ,

THIRD ROW : J a n G i lbertson, B i l l Scharnweber, J u li e

Sandra Turinsky, Roy Helms, Nancy M c C al l u m , Dick

Drinkard, Sharon Trye, B i l l atterman, Roger Stillman, Kath leen H ansen, M ike Bowe n , Dick Running, B ob

Lainhart, G l oria Smith , SECOND ROW : Christie U lleland, Frieda Grimsrud, niann H ulbert, Tom C a r lson, .Tean n e

R u n ning. FOURTH ROW : Mr. G i lbertson, Directo)';

Ogden, Carolyn Ml,Indson, M rs. Sjoding, J udy 'Bjorlie,

Karen Deyton.

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From the fir t Ch p el progra m of the school

t h rou gh the spring on c e rt season, the Unive rsi ty Concert Chorus sang for campus events and 0 lts i cle gr oup ' as wel l . Under the d i rection o f R. Byard ritts, t h e ,horus presented " eremony of Carols" by he contemporal'Y compo, er. Benjamin B r it to n for i t. Chri. t m a Con cert. I n the early pr ing-. the gro up went. on tour to the northern P u cret Sou n d area. wi h con ce r t s year

<

,

at Stanwoo d , Fer n d ale , Anacorte� ,

and Bothel l . A h omecoming concert o n Pal m Sun day in Eastvold Chapel inclu de-J the favorites of the s p r i n g con :eJi: seaso n : Lhe grand rgan and chOI'al \ o rk of Joh n Ireland, C. R ubert H . Parry, and David M cKay vV i l l i a m s , w ith a favorite wo rk bei n g frOln the Baroque Composition , B u r l i n gton ,

"G loria," by Anton io Vivaldi.

As i n past year. the Chorn enj oyed seve ral sma l l parties, i ncludi ng a s pri ng beach

pa rty. Thi:;

ear th

y i n it i a te d t h e

rec ept io n

fol1owin CF the two campus concerts

.

Some membe rs of the Ch or u s partici pated in the small Chc pel "Call to WO l'shi}>" groups. Si xteen members of C h orus constituted the " UniveJ'si ty S ingers" gToup whi c h san at va rious Tacoma funct ion s . r

Concert Chorus to�trs PU,g e t Sou1�cl cities

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CON Ch'RT C H ORUS, FIRST ROW : E . E strem ; C. B reuer,

SCC)'cia f'y- Trea,su1'o';r; .J . Doeri n g ; S . Fowler ; S . Streeb. SECOND ROW : P. M uir ; S . Carlson ; J. Seast.rand ; B. Kri ngelhede ; R. E rickson ; .J . Denny ; A. Henderson ;

S. Oleson ; K . York ; E. E r i c kson, A ccompam:8t ; E . Twite ; C. Robinson ; P. Hagerman ; L. K r oll ; Dr. Fritts, D in'ctor. TH IRD ROW : K . B u c h finck, A . Searle, S. Fredek i n d , D . B runsvold, V . L o y , S . B rye, G . l\I os.kovita, H . Hosum,

A . Anderson, M. A n derson, M. Satrum, L . Hazel, VI'. H a u ge n , P. B j ork, C. Heuer, G. Schnathorst. FIFTH ROW : T. Q u i gley ; K . Ostling ; D. Locke ; iVI. Thompson ; J .

K n udsen ; P. H u l t ; R. M i l ler ; V. W h i te ; D. Graedel ; G . Nace ; D. F inch ; I'd. C u l lom ; A. F lom ; R, E n ger ;

C. Weimer, P1'csidcitt ; Robert H usted ; E . Edberg ; C. L i p p ; R. Peterson ; L. Wheeler. SIXTH ROW : D. C h n ffee,

B. S a n deno, D . Benson, J . Feek, K. Brady, G. Horluck,

.J . H y l l a n d , P. Pfan nekuchen, C . Moel l ri n g , S . Mc Leod,

K . Isenberg, D. L a i n h a rt, B . Geisler, R . Helms,

FOURTH ROW : C . Sorensen, C . Nel'son, K . A nderson,

G . Berger, G . Habeda n k , M . Sandberg, D . Seavy, B . Zier.

.J . Peterson , P. A tterberry, L . H nnson, C . H a n se n .

D . R u n ning, B . Kees, .J . G rande, T . E l li ott, P . U rl i e ,

M . Latti n , G. Clark, C. Malde, R. Ylvisaker, N . Barclny,

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n O I R OF

THE

WE S T, FIRST ROW : Nancy Nelson, Tina

Roberta Weerda, Wal'cn

Leslie Geer, G loria Reinertson, Mary Gr iffiths ,

FOURTH ROW : Denton Kees, Dan Olson, Bill Lewis, John

l a ry Olson.

SECOND ROW : E mily Hallan ; Mary Lee Webb ; Coralie Balch, Student DinJc to r ; J can Riggers ; Carolyn Monson ; C h risty Ulleland ; M r. MaiIni n , D i nJd u'i- ; Menily Worrell ; Delena Hawks ; S a n dra Fredekind ; J u dy Peders o n ; Karen FisheT ; G retchen Hax. TH IRD RO W : .Janice Karlstad, C larice Rei � ertson, Sharon O'Neil, Beth Bekkevold,

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Eger, Forestine Wise, M i ri am !\:Iuedeking, Karen Man sen,

Dempstel', .J udy Bjorlie, Wilma Baer, J ean Rosenbladt,

Kathy Taylor, .J a n ic e Coltom, Carole Byberg, Li � nea

windland, .Jean in e Sanders.

Odegard, Steve Cornils, Bob Anderson, Don Isensec, DaVl.' Holmquist, Jim Skul'dall, Rod Bentley, Dave Radke, Dick Latimer, Jim Collicl', Dan Selman, Den n is Larson. FIFTH

ROW : Lynn E l'tsgaard, B rent Olsen , Phil Yokel'S,

Nelius Ron n ing, DOllg Mjorud, Pa ul Flaten, .Jon M almin, Bill Kol l, Dwain Sanders, Sidney O'Hare, Dave Yokel'S, Karl Gronberg, Eugene Trent, Hans F l o a n .


With the anticipation of tou r i n g seven E u ropean coun­ tries d u r i ng June and .July, the Choir of the West bad an exciting year. Under the d irection of G unnar J. M al min

and student d i rector Cor l ie Balch, the Choir took a fi re­ clay concert tou r d lL 'jng semester break, presenti ng eoncerts i n B remerto n , Port Angel 5, V ictori a . B . C . , Almira, a n d Moses Lake. A week nd tou r i n April took the Choir to E ugene, S il v er­ ton, Portlan ci , a n d V a n ouver. The school year i nc l uded many more concerts for civic groups

ill the Seattle-Tacom a rea. The h i ghl ight of the year was the E u ropean send-oft.' concert

in May. Adding to the excitement were the new choi r robe:-. Hlazer s u i ts i n red and black were p u rchased as the official travel i n g u niform. The choi)' learned the national anthems of the various countries which they will visit, as well ·as severa l contempo­ rary Scandin a vian works,

Cl�oir of the 109


M u PHI E p SIL O N , FIRST ROW : Miss Dorothy Payne, A (/1,isc;' ; Beth Bekkevo l d ; Emily Erickson, Vice Presiden t ; Sharon Tobiasen , His toTia.n ; Alexia Henderson, 8ECO!';J) RO\\' l Margie Bowers,

Diane L u n dgren,

Louise Hanson,

Cal'ol

Hopp,

Joyce

A n dersen, Secl'eta l'y, 1" H IRD ROW : Ruth Y lvisaker ; M iriam lVluedeking ; JoAnn Den ny ; Tina Dempster, P,'esiÂŁicu t ; J udy Bjorlie, NOT PICP 'RED : Cora l i e Baleh, TrcasU'l'c'; ',

Representat.ive o f t h e variety of student a n d faculty recitab was that b y 1\1 1' . a n d iHrs. David Rostkoski, Tacoma p i a n ists and part­ time faculty members at PLU.

Hi-monthly meetings were held by the PLU chapte r of M u P h i Epsilon. J o i n t meetings were also held ,with the alumni chapters, The members ushered for both student and faculty recitals, but the h ighlig'h t of the year was their Baque concert in the spring',

110


A MUASSADOR'S QUART8T lI1El>1BERS : �t.tlve Corn i l s , B i l l Kees, Eugene Trent, and Doug l\1jorud will have

limited enga g'ements this

summer. since three members are in C ho i l ' of the West.

The Mad rigals, under the d i rection

of Fred 'rick Newnham h d val'i u>;

opportunities this year to p resent

p ro"'rams of 16th , 1 7th, and

18th Centu 'Y sc\e(,t.ion .

.

A m,)n g

them , a ' their student rc ' ital and Baroque Concert. Quite a few

. w re also ill the opera p t'oduction. "The M ik a d o . " In the spring the group l)a rticipate d in the Swedi ·h F sthrul " Snn f!'e rfe � t ," h Id in Tacoma.

of the 1l1embe

Miss Dorothy Payne. instructor i n music, en tered the Van C l i b u rn piano competition a t Fort Worth, Texas. She was greeted a t the

Seattle-Tacoma airport by a group of P L U students.

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R u th Slenczynska demons trated her

Rl11uldering- k eyboa r d tech n iq ue for hel' c ap t i Vf\ ted listenet路s. 1 12

Peggy Wood, of "I Remember M a m ma" fame, offered

n

pl'ogl'am of interp retive readings.


F o r t h e fi r s t time, a f u ll-scale o p e r at i c produc tion , " T h e M i kado," was s u n g by the Opera Workshop.

"l i th Mr. Newn h a m di rectillg, the l a rge

a5t

dec.ked i n O ri en ta l garb, brou g h t the m u s i c o f G i lbert a n d S u l l i v a n t o l ife. The P o rtland Symphony played for f'L U o n their HH;8 Concert tour.

A ? ,tis t Se1'ies a1�d "Mikado " add lus te1 to enterta'inme1·�t sea 01� ana d i a n Opera Comp a n y brought the glitter a nd g'ood h u mor of Pucc ini's "La Boheme" to un en t h u s i as ti c PLt: audienCE-.

T h e P a n h e l l e n i o n s presented a rou s i ng' exhibition of Greek folk da n c i n g" in t h e l'L

gym nasiulll.


Complete with magi.:al pumpkin a n d fairy god-mother, the tale of " C inderella"

Toepkc)

(Mnrw.1l

proves itself

a favorite with k i ds of a l l ages. W i th a touch of h e r wand, C i n de re lla's

benefac tress ( Diane

A dams)

transforms

drab misery i n to gay, romantic adventure.

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Childrens' Theater ja,ns see Cinderella cla. sic and " Toad Hall" Chi ldrens' Theater crowds this year enjoyed another two plays wri tten for the l i ght-hearted : "Cinderella," an old favorite, and " Toad of Toad Hall," a new musical adaptation of "Wind i n the Willows. "

Impetuous, concei le d , arrogan t, the bump k i n toad was�es no time enraging the c i tizens of the W i l dwood who promptly clap h i m i n irons. Here h e makes a daring escape. In a rollicki ng climax, a victorious toad ( nill his ft'iends B a d ger

Zic'r)

and

(Garland Bergei) , Rat (Geo l'ge

Hm'luck),

and Mole

(Hob Ve landcl) , buffet the rascally

Ferrets, Stoates, and 'Weasels who have taken over

Toad's mans ion .


The Boss

(Ra.!J My/n'e)

e x p l od es when Duffy's

tensely as S ugar

(D ick R IOI:/liiIY)

secretary, S a d i e

dl'aws a

threatening revolver.

A commentary on ollr times, "All the King's Men " dramatizes the ugli ness of pol it ical corruption. The j usti fication of the means to an end that is ulti mately good l'uns through Lhe play as its predom i n a n t theme. The red uction of aesthet ic

i ta n 'e in the round makes the action i ntimate, in tense, and powerful.

Thea ter i1� the R OU1�d : "A ll the Ki1tg '

M e1�"

For all h i s imperfections, Boss Stlll'k is loved. Iro ni cally, i t i li an e n c o u n tel' w i th love th at ultimately leads to h is destrlleti o n .

16

(Bob a Is 011.) , the syndicate a x - m a n , is en vious of h i s boss's pos i tion and h i s

D u ffy

ya mmering 8trikes a s e n s i tive nerve. D u ffy gasps

(Liz Kroll) .


Quaking-

u n del' the bed

covers,

Ebenezer Scrooge (A ,·den

Flam) stares i n terror at the specter of h i s dead partner.

A ho liday traditio1� :

Dicke1�s "Chris tmas CaTo l"

\ gruesollle phantom from the p a s t (Jamie appears at the stroke of m i dn ight to warn Scrooge of his impenriing" dembc.

A mend)

Now

a

changed lllUn, Ebenezer frol ics with

Tiny Tim and the C ratchets after C h r i s tmas dinner.

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Blow-hard Aubry Piper, " the Show-off," a n d his affectionate mother- i n - law (Hope Halvorson) enjoy the details of his spectacular smash-up.

A ubry's gran diose bragging sucks him i n to ri b-tickling predicaments which usually give his " i n-Ia vs" the urge to kill.

"Show-off :' " Tartuffe" : b o th buffoon s

/

/

The cast lines up for a family portrait. Aubry (Denn-is Pilwnick) is a t last a hero when the family receives $ 1 00,000 to sooth its " P iper" complex.


The cast and crew take a breather after dress rehearsal.

Tartuffe's treacherous shenanigans wreuk havoc in the home of Orgon (Bob O lson ) , a gullible Parisian gentleman. Under a ma:"k of false piety, Ta rtuffe

(Dennis PieT1lick)

tries to usurp Orgon's

property and seduce his wife (Ca'/"olyn Moell-ring).

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The p rofessor

Odl'lIard) ,

(John

i rked by his

wife'� infal u:1tion for an old r i v a l , broods over the eensu re of his lectures .

.A bigoted board member

(ROIl HeyCi")

has other troubles besides the ones he is eausing : n a mely h i s dear wife

Solheim) .

(Mariuil.

A fter some " s p i r i tua l " fortificat.ion , the p ro f 'ssor and his admi ring cohort

(La rry Hitterdal(,)

challenge the i r

rivals t o a duel. The outcome proves to b e

a

bit

h u m i l iati n g ; but in the end, j u sti ce triumphs.

" The Male A 1�i1?�al" : H o'}neCOmi1�g play C o medy though it is, "The Male A n imal" is a

serious . tab a t religious a n d political bigotry, alld reaffirms the sovereign right of an i n d ividual to exp re:-i ' h i mself without repri al.

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Besides i ts t rad i t i on a l p ro.i ects of presenting a O ne-A ct Play Festival for h igh schoolers, a n d d i recting several plays o f its o w n , the P L U cha pter o f Alpha P s i Omega t h i s yea r i n i t i ated a movement to organ i ze o n t h e reg i o n a l level. A lthough the re a re a ro u n d 330 Alpha Psi Omega casts in the U n i ted States, n o f u rther bonds connect t h e national affil i ation w i th the local casts. PLU a nd Lew i s a n d C l a rk College have been i nstrume ntal i n this movement.

A lphcl Psi 01?�egcl clt te1?�p ts A LP H A PSI O }I EGA, SEATED : Den n is G I'acdel , A ,:: !< is /(l i l i S t u y " lI(l I/agc r ;

l ' r i se i l la B.i o r k ; llobert Johnson, D ir('('!() i ' ; .A rden F l om ; Don Jlyhl'l', STA :>: l J I :>: G :

C a ro l y n i\I oel l r i n g ; E la i ne Holos.m ; JI r . N o rd h ol m ; C a i l

S c h n a thors t ; D r , F ri tts ; E l i za beth K rol l ; D i a n n e B r u n wo l d ; II ope

H a l vorso n ; B i l l Ro bb, B I I "i)/('xs Mal/(1lF' I ' ; M r. E l bet'so n , A (h isc,', ,,",OT

P J ( ' T V RED :

Karren H a nsen,

S uirJ c

regio1�cll 01('ga1�ization

ilI a ,wy(' / , ; Don Sea "y.

C�urtai1� CClll unites clTa!n�a e1�tl��tsias ts For those i nterested i n a n y phase of d ra m a , C u rta i n Call Club serves as a l l orp:an i zation to l e a r n about and serve i l l d ra m a activities. Production of D i ckens' " A C h r i stmas

'u rol , " is the

c l u b's chief p roj ect of the yea r. rrh i s i s a tra d i ti o n a t

LU. O nce a stud e l l t obt a i n s a role i n t h e c ast, h e reta i n s that posi t i o n u n t i l h e grad uates o r leaves t h e school. C U llTA I ,,", CALL M E M IlERS, SEATED : Ann Gravl"Ock, S ( ' c ,c /Ct ; '!J ; E l i zabeth K rol l ; D ianne B runs vol d ; L o u a n n .Joh n son ; G rac:e K uest. >iTA:>I I J l :>: G : P a u l U r l i e ; Arden F lom ; B i l l Robb, /'1'"sirll'lI t : K e n t B r udy, Vice l"i'cs iden t ; M i ke Bowen , TrcasII ,'," I'.

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PI K ,\ P PA D F-! . T A, SF.A'l'r. O : Susan Kosche', A n d l'ea H a gen , L i n da P u s s , Peg,!!:Y Og't! e n , �r arcia S e l d o n , Sa n d ra E l l i n gsoll, H u th E l l i s , R u th Pe tti t, Dl'a n n a Z i m b lema n , ::: '1' " D r , ' l ; : M I". T . O . n . K a r l , A. d l , is n- ; L i n d a G r i l l ; M a r i l y n t\' o rd l ll n d ; Ka�'e W h i s l e r , S I ' C l "dll j '!! ; L a ITY H i tterd u le ; T i m B ro wn i n g ; }I c r ] c O v c r l a n d , 1 ' J'!'., idc li /. ; .Joa n . I u i c r ; J o h n S tt'w<t l" t ; ,J e r ry �Vl e r c h a n L : D i c k F i n c h ; Dav(e S te i n ; non S w i ft, Vic!' [' ,I' H i l i ! ' i I ! ; K e i t. h S Wl'nso n ; Rob O be n .

Pi Kapp a De lta rates sup erior at 1�atio1�als One of the most oulsta n d i n.!.'.\ years i n

P L U d C bat e h i story f o u n d the P i K a p p a '

Del l a travel l i n g s q u a d h r i ll �'i n g n a t i onal recog n i li o n t o t h e P L

' u m jillS,

W i n n i n g s u p er i o r ced i ficl t 's i n both m e n s a n d wome n ' s d i v i ," i o n s at '

the P i Kappa D Ita

' a li mal

Fo re n s i cs To u r n a m e n t i n ( 'I Hbo n d a J e ,

I l l i n o i s , PI.

T

ber:a me one of the fOl\ l'

top-r a n ked collc!-Te t e a m s i n the n :l t i o n . A t t h is ;5 0 t h A n n i ver. <:try e o n \'e n t i oll

h u l'l1 a r n e n t , 'both groups of FLU d e ba tm's W O I1 the h ig he s t rat i n g poss i ble i n c o m p e t i ti o n w i th 1 GO o th e l sc hool s . '

At t h e conve n t i o n , D r. Robert lVIo rtvedt, P

U p re s i d e n t was one of ,

fifty P i Kappa Delta members selected to r cc e i ve the D bt i ngu ishecJ A l u m n us Awa r d . R e pre s ented locally b y the Wash i ngton Eps i lo n chapter, t h i s fo rens ic h o n o r P I K A PP A

soci ety fo r t h o s e s h o w i n g s u pe r i o l' DELTA

TfL\VELLI N G SQU A O,

SEATED : Il'J a r i lyn N o r d l u n d ,

E l l ingson, M a rc i a Seld o n . STA N D I N G : ;Vlerle O v e r l a n d , J 0<1 n �{ a i e r , John Stewu r t , Ron Sw i ft, :II I". T. O. H . K a r l , A d u i8("I'. nllt.h B l l is , Sandy

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speal< i n g a b i l i ty a ga i n spon sored the

H i gh Sc hool D e bate To u rn am en t a n d H i g h Sc h o o l S t u d e n t Congress on t h e PLU campus,


W i l l n i n g th i rty troph i e s , th i s was a n o u t sta n d i ng y e a r for

PLU deba ters. The .J u n i o r Deba t e S q u a d won a s w ee p s ta ke s at the

PS tou l'l1 a m e ll t . At other tou r n a m e n ts ma n y fi rst plat:es a n d t rop h i es w e re w o n . A d d i t i o n a l tou \'l1uments attended i n cl u ded : Central ia,

"LT . of W. Pract ic e T o u r n a me n t ,

P

, Li llfield;

a n d the To u r n a me l l t o f Peers a t U PS.

The Se n i o r Deba te sq uad ranked well at the s t u dent­ rated Gem Stat e Jamboree at

J laho S tate. The se n i or cleba Led at . C ;

sq uad ' d s o

Western Speech A .' soc- i a t i o n To u rn a me n t i n Los A n geles ; a n d Bozem a n , M o n t a n a

,

w h ere Lhey plaeed first a n d

seco nd i n debate a n d won i n d i v i d ual ra t i n gs . They

SEN IOR DEBATE, FIRST HOW : J err:,­

WO I l Lhe se n i o r d i v i s i o n

sweepst akes a t t h e L i n field

J l' X I Ol( DEB,\T!'. I-"IRST

T o u r n a m e n t of C h a m p i o n s

.j o h n ;< o n , H u th E l l i � .

where

GOO speak e r s co mpeted .

HOW :

}l a l' e i a S e l d o n , Pat

Sf:r O N V IWW : Dea n n a Z i mble­ man, .r i m F' l'ickc, S u ;; a n Kosche', S a n d ra E l l i n g-son.

illereh a n t . l� o n Swift.

SEeo ' D

HOW ; Joan :\I a i el', M a r i l y n Nord l u n d .

T l l l fW ROW :

M (' rl e

O verla n d , T i m Brow n i n g .


F reedom o f expression in a r t is expe rienced thl'ough o u t t h e a r t department. The collage is b u t one medium th rough which inh ib itions

can be released i n the F u ndal11entalďż˝ of A rt class.

P L U a r t studen ts th is year enjoyed m o re exhib its than during- any year i n the past. Besides the variety of d isplayďż˝ i n the C U B , Bookstore, a n d Coffee S h op ; a showing i n the Handforth G a l lery of the Tacoma P ub l i c: L i brary conta ined the works of Dale Thompson, V i rginia Langford, and 35 other art students.

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PRODUCTION STAFF, I( NEELI N G : Dave A l brecht, E laine Roloson, M a rvin .Jacobson , M r. Nordholm. STA l'." DI l'." G : iYlyron Sandberg, Ed Velure, Bob Velander, Ted Dauer, M i ke Bowen .

Produc tion a1�d T e le c omm u1�ica tions crews lab or b ehi1�d the audio-visual sce1�es TELECOM M U NICATI O N S CREW, SEATED : A l E rdahl, Norm Nesting-, Hope H a l vorson, Al O s tenson. STANDI NG : Jim Snyder, M ike Bowen , Ted D a uer, \Vendell PetersOll, Ian Templeton , Tryg-ve A n derson, Pa ul Bethg"e, B o b Ba tterma n , M ike Appel.

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NO MAN CAN LIVE HAPPILY WHO REGARDS HIMSELF ALONE. SENECA Ruth Danielson, Organizations Section Ed1:tor

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The B i g-Li ttle S i ster p rogram i ncludes a fall tea, a coffee hour , a n d a spri n g breakfast bes i des the i nformal f r ie n d l i n ess of having a "si ster" on campus. For the fall tolo, A WS chose to sponsor a hayride. To fina nce the scholarship p rogram, Associated \Vomen S tudents a n n u ally sponsor a rummage sale. This yea r's sale on G a rfield Street i n P a rkland netted sufficient funds to grant five scholarships to deservin g women students. M o ther's Weekend, u nder the d i recti on of Karen Rommen and Mary Jo N elson, this year i n clu ded a fashion show held i n the gym.

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Rum1nage Sale ea,rn,s m01�ey for five A WS scholarships Coordi n a t i n g the women'" activi ties on campus aJld within the resi dence halls i s the u n i t i n g p u rpose of Associated Women Students. The Spring Awards program is a time of h i gh excitement, as n e,v A WS officers are instal l d . scholarships presente d , Tassels p i n n ed , a n d Spurs t � pped .

A SSOCIATED \VO;VIEN STUDENTS E X ECUTIVE BOARD, SEATED : A nn Soine, Secreta l'lI ; Gwenn Goldenma n , PrcRidcn t ; ,J udy J a cobs, j'lllJlieity CIw.inn a'll ; A le x i a Henderson, T'I'cas lO'e/'. STANDI N G : Ida K rogh, Vice f''I'('s irkn t ; J u d i th B a rk e r ,

Fl'('shma,j/ C/.c!8S RC}J" 'cse;li-a tiv(! ; J a n F a n n o n , Socia I Clwirmun. ASSOCIAn�D WOMEN STUDENTS C A B I N ET : K a rren Ha nson , O /J-Ca'll1 plI s Women Repl'csc'II. t a t ive ; C la udia Lews, lA WS RCJlrc.� en t a t i l! c ; J a n F a n n o n , Socia./ Chairman ; A l ex i a H enderson, Tre-asnl' c r ; A n n Soine, SeCi'da i'Y ; i\'l iss W i c k strom, Advise)'; Gwe n n G o l de n m a n , Presidrn / ; Carol Ha yn e , IVorth II all j'rcsiden t ; Joan Cornel l , Harst.ad Hall Pj'(;.�ic/ell t ; J udy J acobs, P u b l icity CIw . i)'i/Ul l I ; T ina Dempster, South H(rll Pres ide n t ; J u d ith Barker, Frrs hm.an Class RI']Jrcsentati l)(? ; Jean A n d rews, We.� t, Hall f'rcsiri(mt.

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A SSOC I A T ED i\'I 8N

STU DJ:: NT CO ll N Cl L, fI RST R O W : Tony Rey nolds ; Doug' M j U l'u d ; Geo rg-I' M ucdek i n g ; J u n Yl a l m i n , 1'1'£:.,idcll t ; B u b O lsen. S�;cOl'D R O ' '' : B o b Anderson ; K en

AMS s ta1/1ts Big-Little Bro the1" s B egi n n i n g w i th the sponsorsh i p of a B i g-Little B roth e l' prognl m , Associated Men Stu dents experie n ced a year of changes. The onstitution was changed "vith the o l'g-a n i zation of of1'­ campus students a n d ehanges in Student Gove r n ment. H i gh l i gh t of the yea r was Dad 's Weeken d , which i n cluded

a

"Jubilee" a n d a

banquet with Charles P . Larson, President of the Worlel Boxing ASHoc iatiol1 , as the feat u red speaker. FatherH and sons also enj oyed the new golfi ng fac i lities.

l i:l O

Edmonds ; B i l l Lessley, TI'('o., w )'(< /' ; B o b S a n ders, Vic(' Pl'e,;i(/cll t ; Gary Su n d , Secretai'!I; Dr. Sulberg, A d v i,iC" ·.


B lue Key tutors at Dys li1ďż˝ Boys ' R anch BLUE

KEY

MEMBERS :

Pete

Van

Konyenberg ;

Le ssley ; B r u ce B indel, Secl'ctm'y ; P h i l Y o kers,

Bili

CV1Tcsponciiny SI1(;)'clo. ;'?! ; Don ;\'l y h re ; .1 o h n S tewa r t ; P a u l

H a l vor, P)'cs idcn t ; Sherwood G l over, Vice Preside n t ; John M a des ; J o h n M a rt. i l i a ; E l don A n derson ; Dave Yokel's ; Ed Davis,

Tutor i n g the boys at Jessie Dysli n Boys' R a n ch was among the serv i c e f u n c t i o n s o f this honorary fratern ity. Three club members went to the home for un derprivileged children twice a week to ass i st the youths, The local chapter also u shered for campus activities, organ i zed campus C hristmas decorati ons and carol ing party, and campus clean up day. The year was cli maxed by a dinner at the Dor i c Hotel for the i r spring in itiation of new members.

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APO

s eTv e s

daily by car'i1�g for flag

A L P H A P H I O M EGA : B o b O lsen ; No '1 Schu ler, Secretary ; Dave Cameron, President; M r . E c k l u n d ,

Ad'v ise , ' ; K e n t F reeman, TtWL., m'('I'; 1\ [ 1'. Ste i n , A d v iser ; Sherwood Glove r ; L e e V e n nes ; L l o y d Schneider, Second VI:ce l-'re" ide n t ; Ron \Valtz, Pirst Vice l'rc'" idl!'lL t ; M r . Ad a ms, Adtlilwr ; Von Kueh n ; M ike .J o h n so n ; Karl Ostling' ; Roger S ti l l ma n ; Pete W i nderli n g ; ,J oe Aalbue.

Besides raisi n g the flag d aily, Alpha Phi Omega serves the campus by assistin g w i th freshman orientation week, debate tourn a ments, a n d A S PLU elections. Used book exch a n ges at the Begi n n i n g of each semester help students fin a n ce book fees. The local chapter of this national service fraternity for men who have been previously associated w i th scouting sponsors the Handsome Harry Contest for Homecoming each year.


A L P H A KAPPA P S I , FIRST RO W : Gordon B lomquist, Bern hard R u n d s trom, J ack O liver, Charles S ieg'll1 u n d , B i l l J u neau, F i lmore E n g'er, Ronald E n ger, B o b S h i ve , P a u l N icholes, .Jon Pa u l so n . SECO N D now : Ronald Corneh l , Kenneth F redericks, Lynn Berg, Kent Brady, Roger G u s tafson, Tom T u r u l a , J ollll . I a rti l l a , Rich a rd

H agerty, M r. K i ng, A d-u i8(W. TH IRD ROW : Robert Run ning, Georg'e A rola, .J ames D o l a n , Donald Stegm a n n , M r. Z u l a uf, K e ith Cha rbonea u , Wal ly Chri stopherson, Ga rland Berger, Bill Wade, .J ohn Baker, O r l i n M on s o n , Rog'er Clari dge, Richard R u n n i n g , E ugene B l a c k .

A lph ct Kappa Psi installs 1 30tlďż˝ Cho/pte1(a D istrict D i rector of A l p h a K appa Psi, M r . John Wilso n , helps chart p lans fell' the May 1 2 dedication o f t h e n a ti onal business honorary on the PLU c a m p u s . M e e t i n g w i th hilll are officers o f t h e n e w Zeta E ta c h a p ter : M r. Zula uf, A dm's c l ' ; \V a l ly C h ristopherson, Scc1"du i "iJ ; Garland Berger, Vi.ce I'residcll t ; Eug'ene

B l ack,

Tn:asllrcr ;

C h a rboneau, I'resident.

K e i th


SPU1�S are "A t Your Service " As friends of the i n com i n g hosh, S p u rs s e r ve t h ro u gh o u t orientation week in the tr a d i t i o n a l roles of usher, proctor, a n d cam p u s guide. Lucia h r i cl e Festival d u r i n g the Yule season portrays the costllmes and c llst oms of this S c a n d i n a v i a n celebration a n d is an a n n ual S p u r p rese n t a t i o n . A n othe r u n i que tradi tion of the LU chapter of this n a t i o n a l s o ph omore women's service h o n orary i s the d e l i very of "Valengrams" i n Feb ruary. :-: P ITlL, FIRST ROW : J u dy R j o r l ie ; .J o a n n e T o n ac k ; L e s l i e G re e r ; C a r o l Heck, ll is l o r ia l l . SfXO N D ROW : P a tty i\! u i r ; i\'ia r i e Ba rn t'ci te t- : H Ll th Y l visakl'r, Sr'c}"l' Iu J"!J ; l\:l a radee D a vis ; C h r b tie Aa5 ' t l ; DeE" W i k o x , V ice l'rcs ilic )! t ; E vo n n e IVI d i i l l i v ra y ; Ca l'ol H a y n e ; D o t \Vaas ; i\i<lI"j ie F' r i e d r i e h � ., fl i s l o l ' iu. ' l : i\[ rs. Leraas, A d v is e } " . T H IRD ROW : Ly n n e ), [ a xl, i n e r : iVI rs. Broel" k e l , ll d l ' is {" } " ; Carol I l o p p ; .J e r r y }ksncss ; M a r c i a Seldon ; L i n da lVl<lYS ; JI' H n A n dl'l !\v� : K a t.hy A r nold , So,11l [,,·u.dc r ; P a u l Pfa n ne k u c h e n , 1'l'c8il/(' lI l ; :'Ila l'g'a l'et Reese ; .JOYl"l' H a a v i k ; .J a n ice H a avik ; C a r o l A t k i n s o n ; :'\ a n c y Y a h n ; J o a n n e Lin vog-, Tn'u s l I }"" } " ; K a rle I' ll Ka r l s o n , .fil i i ; " } " A d vis e "

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Tasse ls p1"oln�ote Phiilippine b o o k driv e Upon the su ggest i o n of a f rm r Tasse l , now serv i n g as a Peace Corp v o l u n teer. t h i s yea ' t h e local sen i o r wo m e n ' s h o n o ra ry ga thered used textbooks hom schools o f t h i s H rea to s e n d t o the P h i l i pp i nes. 1on o r i n .1! I r s . 1 obert Modvedt with a Sen i o r Women's Tea was also a new Tassels gest u r e th i s year. The t r a d i t i o n a l Tassels .... p ons o red schol a rsh i p teas a ga i n h o n o red women students l-ecei v i n g a th ree-poi n t gra tl e a verage each semeste r. _

TASSELS, Fm"T ROW : NlIl' i n e R a d o v i c h , His /m'icw : A rIene Sea r l e s , Secrc / a ry ; Ch r is t y U l l e l a n d , Prcsiden t : S h a ron Tobias e n , Tl'l'(t811 1 'l'r ; l\J a r i l y n Lu ndblad, Vi,:c l'n' s itlnl t. SECO N D ROW : I da K r ogh , C l a u d i a O l sel l , La W a n da M a p le , S u s a n A l1 l u lldo;c n , C a ro l W a l te rs , iVI a r i t M y h re , M is s Pa y n e , A d viser. T I I I RD ROW : Ca rol :vI a n i , Joan E n d e r s , C a role Bybel'g, J udy Swcnson, E v elyn Osbe rg', .J o y e c A n ders e n . NOT PICTURED : :.vIrs. Govig' a n d i'l'f i s :l K n u dt>ill n , advis e rs .


Dcb[t/c t o u r n o mclI t iR b t l t ,' ('i"VC

"lU i t h

a

(mc

of til(' 1illLII!J 1) '/J /JI) )路t l ( lI i t i " f; for Sp I l l '., t. tl

8 I1l ifr'. a 1GN'kly >/(' / ' lli(:(' 1)I" )"fl)"I"III ('拢I T08.,e[S and SPI( )"s.

Grocer!! s h op / ) i l l g w ith D ,路. A1"ItOil is

year-Foilnrl

0. 8 a

juiflt c.(f ort by

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E D UCATION ASSOCIATI O N , FIRST ROW : P a t Atte ,'beITY, Susan Schoch, M a rgaret Pfl ueget', D o l l i e f oo dy , Paula Heyet', Berna dine A n d e n;o n , Jeane Tousley, M ary M a t'ke n , SF.CO N D ROW : K aye W h i s tler ; Thelma Re ve , T1"ea,Q l'l'CI"; Carolyn Breue r, Vict: I';" '.� id(-'·n t ; Phyl Ii>< R h i n e ; Li nda Fuss ; Pa t J o tTison ; STUDE, T

Cr,UlI , FIRST R O W : E u ge ne B l ack ; Ca r1and Be l'gel' ; Gordon B lomqu ist ; Bill Zier, SeCl'eta " !I- T rcasIt I"P'r ; H e rb Hossfeld ; George Arula ; Jack O l iver ; John Bakel', REGO, D R O W : Wally Ch ri stopherson ; M ike B rewick, S,'cund Vice I'I'I:s idlm t ; Norm Kest i n g' ; Bill J u n ea u ; K e n t PROPELLF.R

E l a i n e Twite ; Nancy K roge l ,

Secl'ctlt'l'!J ;

B o n n i e N ea l ;

Kathy Swinehal't ; Ron S w i f t , P1'csici': I1 /. . T I I I RD RO W : Don (;ra h n ; Jera l d D u n lap ; P a u l F latness ; Lloyd Schnei del' ; Marie N ielsen ; ' ileen Edberg ; K a th y Zell, Hi,� t()ria n ; Ju d y S wenson ; i\i r, A rn e Pe d e l' s o n , A d / l ise';',

B rady ; D ick Ru n n i ng ; K e n F l'edet'icks ; Bernie R u ndstl'om, '�II', G u n d a r K i ng, A d'l'i,� CI' ; Lynn Berg, Firs t Vi(;(, [','('side ll / ; Don Isensee, PJ'(',� id(' il t ; C h a rl e s S i egm u n d ; Bob R u n n i n g ; Roger G u s tafso n,

T H IRD ROW :


Fo!>. : Jan Templeton ; huek � i m i , Fe l/! j' f'cside fl t ; .' tan R oob i n<T, Spring T'ice l're::;'idc lf l ; Ro. H . e l m f' , Fo ll �f' ( '1 ' ­ lary- Tr wmrcl' ; J i m rang-;; ruud, Spring S(',{J I'(!.t(/.1 'y-T,'I!(1.­ SII /'cr : Den ton E ee�. Fall Vice P t'esiricnt ; Bill Er ick : o n ,

Gavel Club No. 1 09 installed by Toastmas ters The Gavel C l u b! a. reorgan ized th '

year 11 der the spon. rs h i p of the Me hord Toastma tel" �

CJub , ex p er i e n ced growth a.' a n i m p o r t a n t

avenue o f rai n i n g i t publ i c appear' n e e and

experience and

'o m m u ni c a ti o .

Ne' offi

at Jal1 u ry gra u ate, Chuck N ie m i , tu rned over th ymbolic gavel t o inc ling p res i d ent, Bob Anderfion , J.. we re elected

mid-year, whet

.


You1'�g R epub licans host speakers Headed b y president, F ent IIjelme r v i k , the <lcU C Young- rrepublicans Club took part in many aet ivities. Besides attend in g

a

conven t i o n , t h e group took a field trip to Olympia .. A mong

the speakers at t h e i r meetings were : Thor Tollefson , U . S . Congressma n ; Mayor C l i nton of Seattle ; and R i c h a rd C h ristensen, cand idate for U.S. Senate.

T h e club s p onsored a L i n c o l n D a y b a n q u et which was a tte n d e d by 2 5 0 people. R i c h ard C h r i s tl)n scn was the guest speaker.


DF.LTA

IOTA C I I I , F Ill S T ROW : ,J a n e t W a t ne,

V e r a Woll i n ,

L i nda P- ued, O r' l ' n e B ' n n C't , ďż˝' lal'adee D a v i s , Sf:CONIJ ROW : A l i c e T h w i n g- . Ka ren H a lvol'so n , K a r'e n - Le e

Deanna Z i m b l em e n , C h a r lo t te Moe,

K ppler,

T H I R D ROW :

M i n s h u l l , Ca rol Wa i t e r s , F O U RT I I ROW : ' ; \ I' o ly n l\I a lde ,

.

Hev T h o m p s o n ,

andy O leso n , F I FT H R O W : J u l i e W i es n e r ;

M a rgie O m d ah l ; K a r i n M a g- n u sen ; M i ss J a n e t U l l e l a n d .

advis o ' ; :vI r s , S m a H , spIJaker

on ?II,ďż˝)I tal

rdaJ'(/atilJil .

Nita Ho i n e s , D i a ne Re i n bold, T i n a R e i n h a r d t , Ca rol

Nurses help the 1nentally retarded Donut sales a n d a b a ke d goods

ale at

M t, View Hospital were f u n d -raising projects fol' Delta lob C h i this year. With

regular m on t hl y meeti ngs on Thursday n ights, the club a l s o went C h L'i tmas carol i ng, and sent members to work at the home for

th e mentally retarded c h i ldren i n Spanaway

.

.A delegation of members attended the

SWANS c o n v e n t i o n in Spokane.

13!J


f '�Y C l r o l .O(;Y e l. I I B . I' I !:S T n ( ) \\, : :H < l l' l a H ' p n l.'l', " J '(" e irl C ll t ; K r i � l i n H od� : T o m K i n t n e ! ' ; C a ry Weg-n el'. S E co :-; n H ( ) II' : V i !' g' i n ia L a n g'ford . Shp i l a ,J l' I l �(' n , La u l'u A u h.l' . J ea n \", ill d e n hdl, BC'v ,\J i l l ,, !'. T I I I IW I(()\\, : D r , S o l berg', A d l ' i .., ( " ' , [ ) j � I ' C l a !'k ; .T i m H a kc r ; P a u l l'dt'l'son ; f l a n s F l oH n ; H o wal'd \,' " l fp ,

Psycho logy Club SP01� SO?(lS film, " Three Faces of Eve" T h e Psyc, h o ] ogy g 'l'u U P ,

top i c ,; J

h e l d me n;

C l ub, pr i m a r i l y t i l I g.-

all

i n lere.

j

d e a l i n g w i th � u · 11

h y p n o s i : , e x t r Cl -sen:.

ry

el'ce p Lion, free assoc i a t ion, nnd oth e r

fields c o n ce r ned vv i f.h psy c h ol ogy. Dr. Kuethe led

a

d i sc us s i o n o n " T h e Art of Lov i n g, "

a t o n e m ee t i n g, T he f i l m , " T h e

T h ree FHCei';

of Evp, " was r u n fo r two n i g h ts o n t a m p U>i under this

14U

c l u b ' s s pon s o r �h i p ,

S h a l'ing

b u ifE'L di n n e r w i t h D !' . H n ri [\[ I'�. :'l ol'tveul fOl:ci g'!l s llH le n t ,; ; Cordo ! l S t ewll r t , J i l l l ( ; a l l away, D i a n a Y u , ' h l' i � T a r irno, �\ a r !,(! 1 1 1 I1·' n" a n d V ic k , ('(10, n

a re


Kappa R ho Kappa i1�teT'ests Gree k students K a ppa n hn Ka ppa , C reek C l u b , se r ves to hel p 111 (:'n a n el

women i n tere .. tul i n the m i n i� try

Of'

sod al work. It

i : p pen t o s t u d e n t :; e n rol l 'd in ( � l' el " and

Lho�e i n te res tet

i n the ,tt ove-me n t i oned f i lrl�, P rofe:,

f nJ n1 t he

0 '

"f'nl i n : l l' i e� s e n'ed � pea k (' rs a t

'I t L,

m

nt ri{) l 1 �

Ul'I � u e!'\t �e L l T I ��

where i dea: ; L l l d p f()hlems um ee r n i n g-

a l'e :, h i l l' ,m at

L h e m i ni. t ry

d, T h e

' l u i)

; l lln u ; d l ' h r i f';tnl(l s <I Sf(H"

' 0('

s

hol ds � I U l t .v

home.

K A [' P!\ t I I I l K A PPA . \,'[ S T I W I\' : ra�t()l' ( ( l c. , A l l d )'(�a f l a .�·(� n , .J P J' l'Y P l'o tl' x to l', F: l a i l1(, [ {O[OSO ] I , .. E C O � l l [ w w : H t T l : F l oa n , l l a \· (! F l' !'�" i c k , P h il r ' o l cllJl:'l' k . 'f I I U W IUl W : Bob L,' B l a ne , O n a B ra n d t . l ( oy U p p e n da h l . FO! wr i t [(Oil' : ] ion B I'(' k k h u s , Li.'s r,' ()S�, I ' h i l H l l i l. F I F T H n o w : K e i th S \vl ' l1son , (! n tO!l K cc:-, . M i k ( ' � I l i()tl. :>1 :\ '1' 1 1 rwl\' ; Hob A n d(' pw n , i J i c k F i nc h , J a " !f a'l v i k . "r':V I': :--: Tl r [w \',' : h. a r! ( ; l'on bc J'.!� ; F ra n k _ e tte r , P I ' I'. ill( l I l ; ' h 1 l Yok c l' s . E l ( ; [ [ T l f IWW : ( : e l' a l d ( ;c U i s , C ; eol'.l'·e L a l'Sd l l , O," ( ) l'g' -' 8'"<1 1" 1 .

11�ternational Stude1�ts share backgrott1�ds. P:uti c i p a t i n g i n t e l

..

\' i .. i on

i ln d

r< L el i o p rograms both on

a n d off cam p u s , i n t e rn a t i o n a l s t u d e n ts also g-a e s p eeches to various g T O U P0 a n d stayed w i th ", eckends

l oca l h m i l ies on

and v ac a t i o l 1 s .

V i s i b t o L i o n s a n d notary I n te r n a t i o n a l i n downtown Tac o m a , and d i n n e r a t the home

of D r. iHortvedt

con t l' i b u te d to the u n i ty of the group, 141


I'opCO'l'lI, parties break the ,� tndJ ,/,Oll/ , i l/, (' ,

South Hall, o c c u p i e d first semester b

.

boys

await i n g completion of Pflueger H al l . op en e d i ts d oors to gi rl s at the begi n n i n g of the second semester. and a busy semester i t wa , Feb r u a ry s a w a v isit to Mad i ga n Army Ho s p i t ·

] and a

Get-Acquainted Potluck Dinner for the gi rls of the dorm. A " Par fait Party" provi d ed fun i n March. The a n n u a l tolo, held i n :vIa y , concluded

Kitche'lls mak� co()k. in,1] (awl di.�h'Ww,hhl 17 ) availabll' t,o 'lttrl:icl' h O /lW'iiU�/u " ",� lo'!' S U 'i/(la,y .� I'p7)("r",

the acti v i t i es.

SOUTII HALL OFFICER S : l\f a rga r · t Reese, Le,g i,� l a t, n i'(' : G re tta G o l de n m a n , Trl'(t.mr('.l'; Marie ! ' i e l s e n , Vice I'j'€8i<l"u t ; Carol Menke, Devo tion(/ l : Tina Dempster, ['I '(;si(/e ll t ; M a rgaret. Belg' u m , S(J(,ia / ; 11 a rcle l l a Geisler, S(,('1'I' 1(/,'1'11 ; K a thleen Hansen, Social ; M a ry Olson , Lc{/ i�la tl(.'l'c,

1 42

South Hall

Ii' (f.,�/W1'H : f!{)¢

(l.

/OQ,r/ ; b n t 'where w'e the

free Ill'!/("!''' ?


, I n ('v(,lI inrl with ./(1. "k LaLa ,Ie ,

t im. ,'

fo/'

'III l'ditn/.iO)L a./. tJw close

of

clteh (lay, A lett!'r ! A w l

me

lv i t lumt a, Iu'u!

We st Hall West Hall partidp. ted in H omec o m ' n g dorm flecorat'o , S �ith the them , "Alice i n "V on lerla C , " Christmas s p i r it ;v a : evident a s the dorm en te rt ained girhi from Reiman H- I I . T o c Olic-l u ci e an acLive year, a tolo was hel � at Tan glew ood l�la ncl in P lIget S o u n d , W t ::n fU LL COl' N CIL, SEATED : Jean A n d rews, Pres ide n t, M l'�, :-i h nfla n d , HOH sml/ /) f h ,')', STA " Il l.' (: : A rl e tta • 'tCllSOll, T,'casHTc;' ; Patty M u i t" Vice l'n'sidc ll t ; Jeni Ja eobso n , Sucia l ; Linda �1ay" D(''Votionai; E la i ne T w i te , V,' u()tio l a l ; Sharon O'Neil, / ' n blicit!J ; L i n da G a rdner, Sccn· t a 'J'Y ,


No homwll.Jo'l'k tonig h t ?

. () IIw.i/,

Hars tad Hall H'1l'� tat1 II. I I .

1I 0W ol'e llpied by wom

taSh. 0 1' ill il l i n g go ld 1o rnl , p i r i t . w i ll i ngly and :itl('ees :-; f I l ly a ' lU;

lu rge

.

1,\

Hel t he

11,

h i dl

Hu pl i: h

\ 'as

rl. r I I

a

goett ing <ll.: q u a i nted

wa,; ellC

l l J'ag

seveut.! al l-d ol'm partieR , La u r i H llI . L ad', Lucia B " id

l'H nd i rlll

cI

Lh r lugl

D t l l i l l g', e,

was

a m - mbe l'

ur the ·ou rl. A . pec i a l "'oi go-a way party r t h o. of

e mov i n g l ,

the f irst

yeal',

<1

I se 1'01 ires

Lol nt at

c iaI'

TIar. tm1 , hou :i llg 260 gi rL·:,

H.

,.;em )

o u L h I Ia I l

\\' { .

ster. Tn rou n d

l'

lwl l ; t lhe ',Iose

( . u L :ln

adiv

wa: h Icl in ,he ·pri llg. H ar: l ad w ill I:on

as

hou'€'molhel' when she

he end of this

yea r,

HA RSTAD C O U N C I L . 1,'mST ROW ;

Shel' r i l l Carlson, Suci.al

Chail'liW'I1 j .r oan Corn e l l . l''i'I,,� itl<''iI t. .. J o a n l l e V i naas ; H den N yga ard, SECOND ROW ; La u ri e D i l l i n g' ; K a t h y S w i n eha r t ; R u th D ic k m a n , De'Votioll u l ; I , i n nea l':g'er, Vicf" ['TeNicil'1l i. . T HIRD ROW ;

L i n d a Sather, :'Vl a l' i l y n Ruden ick. Tl'ca�/I'i 'I' I' ;

J an Stark ; Bev Nester ; L i n da Rued,

NOT PICTURED ;

Lavonne E rdahl, Sec?'dm'y ; LaVon Loga n , D I"I'li till'rLul.


"And UtI! little one;:; chwwIJe/

on

the /) O i' 1('!;-O

,

.

â&#x20AC;˘"

A n o t hc" lalile nlal'1n, gb'lii ?

145


North Hall Th girl� won ti l'. t prize:;; for Homecom i ng overall I i t( r i ) 1" d cor ti n s \ h i le h ir l'and ida e, .J "n l tj g-gel'. wn. · < memb r or the ()l1L't. t , h l'i:t a ' , the l I n gi rl).; ga ve a arty [m' boy::; from t.he Pa l'kland C l i l dren s H ome. The i l' can ( l i tialtl, Nan('Y Jt l l g n s o n , \ ' Il S (; ho::3en Lucia r i l le, Spri l l gt i m a ' l iv itie: i nt:l u ded exchan rc devoti ons w i t h I vy OLl I'L, a Lolo, anti ' ::.pecial t a h noring N o rO r t i r i ng- hOLis muther, 1\1 'S, " N ic k . " a

,

,

'

', '

ORT I I H LL O FF I �RS ; � lIe J l) rl l l,.,o n , n (· I'()/,i()7I[L / , Ka re n O mdal, Sc<c rr-/rl7'Jj : DOL 'V a . \lic<, !','f!'!irll'u / " Pennie

l l ison , ," oc;in/ .. Nancy Y ahll, hl.1I 1ici ty , ('�ru l

\' iflll,ti!l i'it,/'f( I


Thl'

J/{' (lI' ; '

CI:flS i'l l g " /J 0 t(.1U"', /J O lI l l C I ' ' '

of

tlil' p i l l .'!

}Jong

b a li I'N i(/"f/(:cx I h i,"

o l/-II ' ,'a thl'l' ,� plJ 1 ' t ,

Pflueger Hall S e cond sem ester broug'hL L:am p u :-", i Ie m i grat io n of s t u d e n ts as two h u n d red men as:-; u mccl o c c u pancy of P fl u eger H al l . K n o w n th r l U g-hout its

construction a: Alph a H al l . the d o r n was ofik ial i y decl i eatecl on February 1 0 , 1 963. W l k i n g"

the board w a l k s over the COns l l"tl tLi n was but one of the new s i tuati o n s 'wh i c h l"c� i clents

experien ed as th

Y ill m'ed i 1 0 the th ree-story

E�labli ' h i n vomen '. v ifl i Lj n g h o u rs [or the . econd fiool" soc i a l lOlln \ as another " f i rst-t i me" p roh l m raced by offic 1'S of Lhe n e w d o rm : M i lc h B j U i n g�, President ; Dave Lee Vic ' P, l's id c nt : Ph i ! Yok r� , Secrctu l'!J : Lynn Berg, T r cnSll 1'('; / ' " Geol'ge Be�,,·d. De1) o tiu nal. -sh a ped

,,'

l" udu l"

.

Tht' cll r l rl'iTi I" "" ])(l 1"a /,' s l n d!l ((.)lIl )'('st Iu','((.s makl' t lws,' d O ll ll le- "j'{W /il. S n n iI/ 1 I.(,. l?efJU nlll',%' of Iw/Jitnf, t/o'/ lu: s l ic ,Q /6/h "Ii/.II.st In' IJC 'f"/onn('{/.

1 47


Ivy Court Rec l a i m i n g t h e dOl'nl for the male gendel' a fter ib fOLl l' . ears of o cc u p a n c y by the f m i n i n e iiex. t h e e i gt h y - t h l 'ee

1 v�' men took fi l'st place in ()ut� i c1 e H o m ec o m i n g cI c rations \\' i L I l t h e heme, " The Hall of the � loLln t:t i l1 King. " Th y

were cam us i n tJ.'Hl

f )ot ua l l ch am pions , \ - i th

11 ra l a

ati n g r a r t ?, a hal' E'c u e , a n d a heal' H It,.' for sor ia] a c l i vi t i e!'i. :1

IVY O n'leER

.

:

;\1 i k · M d n t.' l"'" .

[,(![j ls{a t i, . ", ['. rlll"( ,amtati"!'/' ,

G a ry

HU Uj.!,"l, l I . ,'I)ci, I Chll irnw,ll ,- C l i ff

:'Il n u tl,' l i e n , �'I' c "(' l r V1l' T /'r'O f ' " n ' ; ' :

( J ll r ' 1::. o n , l ir.:r / , ; '/,,,irl,,.,, I ; K t' n Ed mond, f''''''." rll' lI /.

Take

1 48

(I.

coke b-rcYi k .


De lta Hall T n i t ;:; th i rd yea r , Del tt Hall ('o m l i n ed effort: on th e sodal SC:811e w it11 i is lowel'­ campus n e igh bo)' , EVel'gl'ee n Cou rt, Two suet'essf u l exchn nges w e re h e l d u n leI' l h e j oi n t , pon,c; ol': h i p - one w i t h West H a l l ' nd one w i th NOl'th all . Art i ve i n lJa::;k t a l l , voll ey b ' Ll I , and oftball i l1tram ll J'uh�, the fp l'ty men of D e l n (l i splaycc1 tit i i' . pOItf;mal l : h i p u n cl eI' l he d i l' d i em of K a rl Ostl i n g, PI ' s i dent .

The E I'('F!lT('('lI flllll ily sa.1JR " y o m/-by" to 1'I, t i,'ill.lj .H I ' , (lnd ,1 / ,.s, ( .' , K, "1''',/1'' ' ' ,l'l" / 'Illill .

E1.)erg reen Court Undel' lhe lea lersl,ip o f pre 'j e n l Tony Hey lolds, t.h e i n E vergr e n C o u rt enj oyecl m a n y Sllccessful . chI f u n c Lion.', i l l 'luC\ i l l g t h e fi rst d orm exch a nge in the h i story of PLU w i t h the g i rb of West H�dl. sixty-n i n e m en

As

a

dorm . they were a 'tj ve i n H o m co m i n g w i th thei r Thel m a Reev e, w i n n i n g the title of Queen.

candi date,

14!J


Davis House

D A V I S ITOUSF: : K a l l G ronberg-, H a n s [·'lo(l fl . Bob , ei s l e r , J e r ry Protext.or, M r;" rh v i s . n n d R on n ie ,

Stuen House 1 50

� T I ' E N H O U SE, SEATED :

Davp

E h l i n ,t:'PI', C a ry

�T A :-; T l I N C; :

ben,

E k be rg', M a rk Nesse, R i c h Dave Lee, N i e l

[\ l n r t i n s o f l , U o n Eng'cr, B ri a n S a n d e n o , ,l i m C o l l i e r , R O g'(' I' E d stro m , nob S a n d e n; , .f o h n M a de�, G a n'y K a tsel .


A ssociated Off-Campus Stude1� ts

'rop, F I H ST now : f;tevc a l ice ; f obert T I u sted ; a l'o l y n ( ; Iu"s ; IJnle S to l : oh O IHe n , .I1" '1I 'K [ ' ;'('" icieu t, S E C O N D now : D o n M y hre , R o n ]Hyrdk, .r i m O l s e n ,

J e a n n e O g- d ' n , A I O �te n so n , rU lll S w i sher, H e len H osutll , T H I R D R O W : L e o n T r H yn o t' ; F l'a n k Rn d i ch ; Petel' A n d e n;on ; T{ oger H a m p to n ; Men's Vic(l Pl'I:s irll'n t ; O l a v E ng-e n , LF.FT, SF.A1'ED : Ca rol Harp r ; .J a nelle 'Nt a d n trye ; Judy oering-, Wmncn'" Vice I'n",idoll. t. : K ITen Hanson, Wo1l/ell's Pn<" icien t ; Knye W h i : tle I' ; Lo u i � Tru�cheL STA N nI K G : .hl ll S i m s o n s , Carolyn Craig, Owen A l leneI',

A soc iat ct O ff-Campus Students is the o u tgrowth of

two Lo rmc r' o l'gnn i:t.ai ions : De l a Rho G' m m a , the on'­ c ampus w( men's organizat i o n fOJ' :�{ year;,; ; and Order of Faraw ay F 11 W. , l'ganized last fal l , Aft.el' o m b i ning elr rt::; fo r Hom' 'oming ecol'at i ns in the Ad mi n i strat io n B u i ld i n g a n d C h l'istma!' decorations i L h e C U B t h two grou ps tho ' e to u n i t under a n w title c nil cOI1 »t i lll l i n .

1 51


Lady Lutes Adopting'

a

needy fnm i l y at

Christmas time, and sponsori ng book ::ichol u rshi p for two m Rrried "tu dents, the Lady utes fll l n lle I their , 'e)'vi ce f u n cUOl , ompl"i 'eel f t h e �'i ve of <l IT i ed 3 tud ent. the 0 'g-�m izatio met m on t h ly for rog Ta m ' w h ich i ncluded flower arran gi ng a n d ceram ic. , a

Philokaleans Now i n i ts f Oll r t h year at P L U , Philok. d euIl, ' 'onLi l lIed i LS goal

of tferillg fel \ < w h i p to Lhose student l'etu l'l l i ng I !'lchool :-\.fte,r an i nte:nu pti ol1 of t hree 01' mOl'e 'ea rs i n thei!' ed ll l!a t i u ll ,

1 ' n l L O K A LE A N S,

sEATlW :

r , A [) Y LllTE,� , SEATED , Kaye WcillleJ" ; M a dene • i b lel'ud, Vice /)n�r;iden t ; Bette _ I<' K n ig-ht ; J u dy II r� o n : s. ndy Lang-stun, Secret,a'l'I/Tl 'u/,sunn' ; MI':, A ruaug-h, A d'l'i�('r ; ( ; Iol'ia S m i th , STAl\'[)[:-i(; : J u n e L u n d e i Bctt�r Lou Lot', f'1'(':-:iri c n t ,

iVl i k e H e a l y , Vice /'resident ;

A n n a Peterso n ; J oha n na Ge v i n g ; M i ss 'larg-aret W i c k strom, A dvise 1 ' ; B e a t rice ',\11 Lerop ; D r, P a u l

Vigness, A d vLs ("/ ' ,

1 52

STA N DI N G :

C a r l H a l l , A n n a Hogenson,

Diane E l l iott, A r1Plle Seal'le;;, t�clia C a l'renter, Kent l'eeman, "1'U11[,;U ; J� cqueline Fu rlong, I'rr'widl"u t ;

D o n na Everett, Tomberg-, C :--101' 1 ' \

A r d i n e N u n n crnakel', SI' C / T ( Cl,I'!I,

elen


il-1-,'s, Johanna. Ge lling and hcr fou:l'tecn-ycal'-old da. /I ghtm', A 1I-i1.a., slw1'e a study table.

UeadIlIg ,� tu'I'ics t o Jell'I I'ifwl ', S t e v e , and l'de)' ( th.·l 'ec of /wi' ,� i�; e h-il(hell ) , M 1 'S , .Joanne 1( 1("in gct8 p'/'actiel! f(),),

(/,

te(tchinr; carel''/'.

Married s tudents com,bi1�e h01ne, family, a1�d studies Fiftcen-1fNl1'-uld !J o b Tom/"'I'g

TO'Inbe1'g

00' fill'

R (' e ,�

his m o thl!}', M I',�, Helen

aUllthwl' clnll of II t l.lde n t tectch- ill g ,

Household chorl'.� must b e c o m b illl'd '/A)'i th an English educa t io n

'lltnj o '/ '

lor

IV/ rs. A rle1l1' Searle, {lInluw medical Neel'cta'}'y,

B eside ' the settlement of married students on l o w e r c a m p us , a great number of married stu de nts hlwe returned to camyus after an i n t e r r u p t i o n i n

their education. Comb i n i n g school b o o k s with homemaki ng, part-time j obs, and fatnily l i v ing is a d i fficult task. Many of the mc rried students report that budgeting t i me is the first lesson learned in the i r college education.

1 5 :3


Cheerleadery's Sally Sutton, a ncy Sunja Petcrson, .

154

Hal'lene B issell, }J ike :V[clntYl'c, Alan E rda h l , M a ry Walker.

K rueger, Carole Ha ala n d, Loi s Corne l l ,

S01�gleaders


Jess Hagel'ma n , J oh n M a de" Bob S a n ders, D ick C l a rk , J e rr y C U l'tis, Pete Quam, Chuck S nekvik, Jay Haavik, Dave L e e. SECO N D ROW : E d D a vi � ; M a r v Peterson ; M ike S m i th ; A r v i n Meye r ; J o h n Steve n s ; Da ve Sovele ; Tom W h alen ; C u rt Ga mme ] ] ; Georg'e V i geland, Vice Preside n t ; \Varren Lee, Secreta)"!} and LETTERM E N , FIRST ROW :

T?"e(�8U}"(:)" : Terry B rown. T H IRD IWW : .J i m M y h re ; Paul F l a tness ; J im Cyper t ; J e ff P robstfie l d ; M a r v F redrickson ; E el B ra n n fors ; D a v e Olson ; K e i th S h a h a n ; Ga rry Nevers ; M r . H a ley, A d v'isl' r ; Norm J u g·ge r t., Preside n t ; G u � K ra vas ; Bob F e n i more ; K e n Ekrem ; Norris Satter.

Letterme1'� 'S Club activates " The Jubilee" Replac i n g the former M i nstrel Show, the a g i r l s chorus for an eve n i n g of song and m e r r i me nt.

Lettermen 's Club "Jubilee" added

'

Co-sponsoring May Festival with Phi Epsilon, gi rls' P E C l ub , wa::; a n ew u n derta k i ng for the Lettermen this year.

I n addition to these new acti viti es, the d u b conti n u ed i t s traditional service functions for the school and the athletics department. Programs and concessions were agai n sold by the Lettermen at all home games.

155


P H I EpSILO N , FIRST RO W : E l a i n e Workm a n ; K a y

L u n d qu b t ; C a rol F i nney, l'rc s'ic/en t ; J u dy Chin dgTe n ,

Secre tary ; M a r i l yn J oh a nsen ; J a n K l ahr.

SEC O N D RO W :

B e tty

\¥ i n te r s ,

Karen

R a p p , Jan

Aalbue,

M a ry Gau stad, Marie K i elsen , Darleen O l sen, .J oan P a u l .

Phi Ep silo1� Sp01'�S01

s

p lctyday Prim arily a cl ub to strengthen various teac h i n g skills and i ncrease athletic a b i lities, P h i E p s i l o n t h i s y e a r co-sponsored M a y Festi val a s

a

j o i n t effort with the Letterm e n ' s Cluu. Members also "vent to American Lake Veteran's Hosp ital o n the second and fou rth Tu esday of each m onth for volu nteer s q u a re dancing w ith the patients. Sponsoring a speedball playday for the h i gh school g i rl s of the Tacom a area was another proj ect.

PLU SKI TEA M : D e n n i s B a x ter, Bob Loss, B rian J oh ns o n , C h u c k S n e k v i k , a n d S teve F i tzgerald.

156


Ski Club ojJeTs i1�structio1� classes For th e many students w h o partici pate in sk i i n g, the Ski Club provid es m a n y opportunities. The club sponso r ed ski classes every other Satu rday at the Parad ise I n n sId a rea . Regular i nstructors taught

••

advanced, inte r med iate, and beg i n n i ng ski i ng. The c l u b attended the Wintel' C a r n ival which was held at Bachelor B utte, near B en d , Ol'egon , i n February. The club's cand i d ate for queen was Janice Haavik. The club also had an overnight ski trip to

Thrce

chcc1's

lOT Geor{Je Vige/and

a·s he

takeR

a spill.

SKI CLUB, FIRST ROW : Bob J u l i n , G a l'Y Petel'son, Ron M illeI', Steve Fi tzge ra ld, Al E rdah l, John K n u dsen. SECOND ROW : Rev. C h r istopherson, A dv-isc1'; J a n i ce Haavik ; Carolyn Calhou n ; L i n da Mueller ; Peggy Anderson ; Karen

Magnuson ;

K a ren

Wyckoff ; I ngTid

Othei m ; DolTy' Moody ; Rhoda P a pp a j o h n .

T H I RD ROW :

Pappaj oh n ' s in March.

C huck Snekvik, J a y Haavik, Lee S h a n n o n , Joe G I'a n d e , J u dy Swenson, iVI a r g rctta Goldenma n , B ren d a Ebert, Dick C h r i stopherson.

FOURTH ROW :

Bob L o ss,

Brian .J ohnson, P ete W i nde d ,i n g- , Mel Ha rtsook, Ron Ranhei m , Den nis B a x tel', Ron Berntsen,

Steve Toftoy.'

157


158


159


IfUftKTER


B A C IU' I F.L D ,

F I R ST

ROW :

Bob Ba ttel'ma n , K e i th Sh<l h a n ,

G a rr y Nevers, ,J erry Cu rtis, .J i m Pederson, R <l Y G i sh,

Dale Zoffel, Ken Ekl'em, ,J ess Hage rman, D en nis L a n gston, Kevin Thomas,

S E C O N D ROW :

The 1�urJ�bers are called . . .

' 6 4 " 1 71 o ' , I 'g 2 '1/ 8 1

1

L I NEMEN ,

F'IRST RO W :

Ed B ra n nfors, Dave Shul'stad, Dave

SECOND ROW :

Cra ig K n u tzen, George Long, M a rv Peterso n ,

Sovdc, M ike Smith, George Vigela nd, M ike M u rphy, J i m

J o h n A u ne, J ohn M a de s, B o b Fen i more, Dave Olsoll,

G e ise, George M uedeking,

J im Cypert, Norm Juggert.

l{H


I n the 1 9 62 season Coach Roy Ca rlson com pleted his fi rst phase of reb u i l d i n g t h e football p i c t u re at Pac ific Luthera n U n i ve r s i ty, e n c o u r ag i n g everyo ne t o look forward w i t h a n t i <: ipation to the 1 9 63 season. The K ni ghts were the most i m p roved team in the E vergreen C onference d u r i n g the fin al th ree 'weeks of the c a m pa i g n and showed all i n d icat i o n s t h i s f a l l o f b e i n g on t h e w i n n i ng s i d e of the s c h e d u l e for the first t i me i n several years. The final season record was 2 w i n s, 5 losses, ane! 2 ties. Tough luck aga i n played its role this year, as th ree of PLU's five losses c o u l d have easi l y bee n late v icto ries - the games were that close. The i m provement of freshmen l i ke quarterback Bob Batte rman ; halfbacks Ray Gish, Bob Hoey, ane! Jim Pederso n ; and l i nemen Craig K n u tzen, Dave S h u rstad , and M i ke M u rphy, plus the add i ti o n of i ncom i n g fresh men and j u ui o r college transfers should make the PLU football p i ctu re m u c h brighter.

Neve /'s sp'i1'als a forward pa.S8 to com.ple Ii 011 jus t be/m'e hitUny the t in..,. .


J i m Cypert

Dave O ),;on

The ball is ce1�tered . . . de termi1�ation, stami1�a, c01�trol

K e i th Shahan

Craig K n utzen

Ray G ish

George Long

Ed B ra n nfors

John A n ne

M ike M u rphy

Bob F e n i more

George M uedek i n g

M arv Peterson

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B u t let's review the games i n the 1 9 62 seaso n , n o t i n g some of the h i g hl i ghts. In the Pac i fic U n i versity game an early seco nd-hal f touchdown ( set up by Bob Hoey's 25-yard kick-off retu r n ) a n d a tight second-half defe nse brought fOl'th a 12-7 Lute victory thus mak i ng t h e i r first eft'ort a wi n n i n g one, B u t in their first Evergreen Conference game the Lutes were sou n d l y beaten by Central W as h i ngton, 25-0.

A Kn'i ght on the

si've act.ion ,

line 'is l'elayecl the stmtcY1I for the oD路/m,路

Gl'it (md de t.cl'mill ation 'mal'!.: the. l'cal plnyel's

fie/d. The rewa'rcls al'C la'rg ell! pel'sonal the

the

ball

sa tisfnc tion of a(:(;01nl)iishrncnt thl'ough sa.C1路ijioc, and.,

sometimes, yiOl路Y.

1 (;4

all

ones : conjidel1 cl',


Agai nst UPS in the thi rd game of the

Was h i n gton, W ith 1 0 sec o n d s to go

season PLU came close to victory, but

we were lead i n g 13-6, Then a P LU

a fou rth-quarter fumble set up a UPS

h a lfback fumbled, An Easte rn m a n

field goal that p rod uced a 1 0-7 Loggel' victory , Ful lback Keith Shahan was

to tie the score 13-13, Fortu natel y,

scooped t h e b a l l a n d raced 35 yards

outsta n d i n g' in th is game as he , rolled

Eastern m i ssed the con ve rs i o n ,

u p 67 yards i n 19 carries,

Another t h r i l l play was R a y Gish's

On October 13, P LU played Ea�te rn

70-yarcl r u n to the Easte rn 9-yard l i n e,

ac tio1�, blood .

Couch CUl'lstnl ta k(',�

(/.

I" IIWII brca k ,

Ph ysica l COll t cu:t l'J'h:i/(, l'a / e s ,

1'I'US S I I I " ',',

,� kill, s / l'clI,g th, (Pld q/(.ick1t('>'� 1i of m illd, ' a man IlW(L)'C, a, lId VI'I'!/ 1I1.// ch a /ivI',

A CMI /I'Rt I/f /ootonll fill cl,�

1G5


Ilob IToey

Ken Ekrem

Norm J uggert

B !'ian Wooten

Success, disappointment Helped constitute thle Lute season .

Jerry C u rtis

Dennis Langston

166

J im Pederson

.

Jim Geise

Garry Nevers

Bob Batterman

.

Jess Hagerman

GeOl'ge Vigeland


Vall! 1'It1(S on one leg.

The followi n g Saturday night, the Lutes met Western Was h i ngt n. Altho ugh P L U lost, 13 -7, lJoth o p i n i on and statistics on the game showed that PLU was the most dese r v i n g of v i ctory. Supel'b Lute defensive play stopped Western" s offense to such a d gree eel midfield

that the V ik i ngs cro

n ly

once in the first half. J im Cypert made 13 ta .kles while end Mike S mith

was also

raised a

outsta nu i ng

OJ

defense. PLU won in total net yardage 2 14-190.

I n the sixth game, Whitworth College blanked FLU for the fourth s raight core 'tV s 35-0

season . The final

s

the P i rates gained 499 total ofl'ensi ve yards. The homecoming g me against W' hi ngton

n Lral ati i ndeed a j oyous and

memorable oc asion. The Lutes whipped

Til kats 20-6 to provide the fI rst PLU homecoming victory since 1 955. FOLll' freshmen ay Gish, Bo Roey, Jim Pederson, a u d Bob Batterman -

the

-

composed the starting

ackfield i n

t h i s g me and were i stru ment路 I i n PLU '" victory. Tackle J i m Cypert made one of the game's most s t artling pia . s when he in t ercepted a Central pas. on

the 4 1 -y a l'd line and went all the way for the TD. PLU olltrushed Cent ral 228-70. All season long the men of Lute foot颅 ball had been gi ving their "aU' and i n the second UP

game of November

1 0 , fans could only watch w i th awe and affection as those men from Luteville never let u p. T h e final 0-0 score is explained by the fact that the field was like a soggy marsh due to 24 straight hours of rain p rior to gameti me. Both teams made many costly fumbles and statistically in terms of yardage the contest shaped up as a pretty even one. Keith Shahan was the outstanding r u nner of the game, pounding o u t 98 yards in 28 carries. UPS

7nctn is

outnu7nbe-l路ed.


The season fi nale agai nst Lew i s a n d Clark was a wild e x h i bi t i o n of footba l l with the more e xp e r ie nced P i o n ee rs w i n n i ng 42-20. The Luthera n attac k featu red th e 1 1 2yard r u n n i ng of f u l l back K e i th Shahan, and 1 1 6-y a rd passi ng of Batte r m a n . The K n i ghts rol l ed u p 1 7 first do\ov ns a n d 322 yards o n offen se - both h i gh m a r k s f o r the sen s o n . F i n al season statistics s h o w j u n i o r f u l l back

.F eith Shahan w i n n i ng th ree ti tles - total offen se, r u sh i n g, a n d sco r i n g. Sha han's total offense m a r\< o f 60 1 yanls gi ves him a t h ree-year total of 1 �70 yards 492 shy of the school reco r d . F re s h m a n Bob Batte rman c la i med the t o p puss i n g m a r k w i t h 2:>9 a n d s e n i o r e n d George

arcl" ( 29 of 6 7 ) i gel a n d was the

lead i ng recei ver w i th 1 1 catches for 1 1 9 y a rds. Senior J er ry Cu r t i s , p l ay i n g his fi rst season of footba l l , was the lead i ng pass i nterceptor w i th ll , amI topped k ick ofl

I { o y Ca I'I�UJl HI'lui ( ;o(u:h

( ; ('Il{' L U lldgaurd /fll,ckfit'/rl (: ,,(/.f·iI

.1 ".,i" I I / 71 1

nou C o l l e r a n A ,' sisl,(/ i1 / !'illl' C

ret u rn u r t i sts w i t h a 2 2 . :./- a verage. F rosh Bob Hoey led the p u n t ret u rn e rs w i t h a

1 2.80 a verage w h i l e s e n i o r G a rry N e v e rs was the top pu nter w i th a :i l . 77 a ve rage.

J e r ry

1 68

C O ll i " " O i l .

(,.' I'IJ llul I,on t(;/ws a /,Ieu /,i'v"'!f,


..1 Dale Zoffel

Dave Sovde

G a ry S m i th

Kevin Thomas

"

'f

f.� 4

D a ve Lee

Wan'en Lee, head ?nanag!',', docs hi.s job,

Da ve S h u rstad

John M ades

M ike Sm i th

Bob Hoey b'/,eaks away,


K?�ights captuTe Co?�fere?�ce crown ..

Gus Kravas displays his

Cas tlcbm'ry and a Viking jump to

Nelson cirives lor a difficult

dcfcu.�'i1.le fonl!.

fO'rm p(J1'fect symmet1·Y.

lay-in shot.

Individual Season Highs MOST POINTS : MOST FIELD GOALS : MOST FREE THROWS : MOST REBOUNDS :

170

33,

Marv Fred rickson, W h itworth

33,

Tom Whalen, Eastern Wash i n gton

14,

Marv Fre d r i c kson, W h i tworth

1 4,

Tom Whalen, Eastern \Vashi ngton

10,

Tom Whalen, Wh itworth

1 0,

D i c k Nelson, 'Western Wash i n gton

21,

C u rt Gammell, Lew i s a n �l Clark


Eve1'green Conference Final Stand1:ngs W

L

Pacific Lutheran

9

1

Western Washington

8

2

Whitworth

5

5

Central Washington

4

6

P u get Sound

3

7

Eastern Washington

1

9

Once aga i n the K night basketballers came through by winning the league title w i th a 9-to-l record. Then after losing the E ve rgreen Conference tou rnament at UPS they p roceeded to beat Western in two straight games to earn the right to play i n the n ational championsh i ps at K ansas C i ty. There they stubbornly succumbed to sixth颅 seeded Rockh u rst Colleg'e, 77 to 83. Mention should be made of h ow this team enriched the school year for the student body. It gave both the students and faculty alike good reason to cheer and be proud of PLU. High tribute must be paid to Gene Lundgaard as th is was the sixth time i n h i s eight years of coach ing that PLU has played i n Kan sas C i ty. Briefly, the 19 62-63 PLU team was one that never gave u p ; they came from behind to win many

a

game in the

"cl utch . " The team was one happy

famil y and the players loved to play for their coach. No one person carried the team this year ; a ll of th e startin g five played vital roles. They worked together very well, better than many p revious PLU teams.

Cm路t Gamm e ll la.ys one til), nnrnolr.sted.

171


Lt�te cagers gai1� b erths 01� A ll-StaT Tea1ns . . . O ne Lute, Tom Whalen, made fi rst. team A ll-Con fe renee. Two otherR, C u rt G a m m e l l and Ma rv F re d r ickson , made t h e second team. I n a d d i t i o n , C u rt Gammell was n amed to the a n n u a l N A l A A ll - A me rican Basketball Tea m rece i v i ng a t h i rd berth on t h e 1 963 squ a d . Whalen was na med to the A l l-State J u n i o r Col lege tea m last year w h i le atte n d i n g Oly m p i c J. C. A s a 6'6" tran ::;fer student, Wha len d i d a rema r kable j o b i n h i s fi rst yea r as a Lute. " B i g Tom" p u m ped i n 537 poi n ts to ran k a m o n g the lea d i n g scorers in L u te cage h istory. He was the top scorer i n t h e E v e rgreen Co nference, averagi ng about 20 poi nts per game. The other key m a n was 6'6" C u r t G a m me l l . O n l y a freshm a n , C u rt shows potential f o r the next th ree years. D u r i ng the season he a veraged 1 5 . 8 po i n ts a game to r a n k second on the sq uad a n d rated as the top Lute rebou nder, clea r i ng 820 off the boa rds for a ga m e a verage of 1 1 . 9 . M a r v F red rickson was sec o n d a mo n g tea m scorers last yea r a n d was named to the A l l - E ve rgreen Conference tea m . He had a fine season, g a i n i ng 1 3. 8 p o i n t s a g·ame. G u s K ra vas was the other new member from O l y m p i c J . C. H e i s an o u tstand i ng shot and has good j u m p i ng a b i l i ty for

a

qu ick baekcou rt ma n . Jerry Odsather

i s a two-yea r letterman for the K n ights. A s a val u able reserve he added good depth to the tea m . J o h n S tevens l ettered aftet· j oi n i ng the team at, m i d se m este r l ast year. H e t ra n sfer red from the U n i ve rs i ty of O rego n . -


Ull iI/ICc/1f, J(l'a'iI((,� ,� i)lk,�

(1

j u m p ,� /wl, ,fro m the o u tRicil',


J . V . Tf:A M,

FIRS'!' ROW :

SECO N D ROW :

S k i p H a r tvigson, Glen G raham, Karl Cordes, Ron N i l s o n .

Earl E k l u n d ; L a r r y Larson ; Mark Salzman,

i'l'like Lockerby ; Bob Roberts.

174

Coach ;


Vars ity hoop sters �n the making •

P LU's JV team of 1 9 63, w ith 10 w i n s a n cl 7 clefeats , had a cre d i table season a n cl f u l filled the fu nction of d e velopi ng " varsity mater i a l . " K a rl Cord es, the b i g freshman f rom P u y a ll u p cam e t o P LU with a stri ng of p re p honors

i ncl u d i ng the A l l -P u get S o u n d League and led a l l J V s c ore rs with 1 7 points pel' g a m e . He c o u l d be an i m portant player on n ext year's varsity squad . B ob Roberts was a high school teammate of C u rt G am m el l a n d was named to the second team A l l - Los A n geles C i ty in his senior year. He was second high scorer here w i t h a n 1 1 . 5 ga m e average. M i ke Lockerby, a verag i n g 1 0 . 4 points pel' g a m e , c o m e s to P L U after t w o seasons on the cou rts o f N o rth S a l e m H i g h . S k i p Hartvi gson played w i th B a l l ard H i gh

as a p re !) . A Her s i tt i n g o u t a y e a r because of an illness he came through w i th

a

1 0 . 4 poi n t s

pel' game averag·e. Pl ay i n g for Fra n k l i n P ierce i n the 1 962 state A A t ou r n e y was Larry Larson, a veraging 7 poi n t s per game t h is seaso n . Glen G raham has good height for a freshman avenlgi n g 7 poi nts pel' ga me. He played on champ i o n sh i p te n n i s Cl n d sw i m m i n g teams i n h i gh school.


Lutes to lose co-captai1�s .

Pacifi c Lutheran U n i vers ity cage fans who faithfully attended the g'ames in

1 9 62-68 are unanimous i n bemoan i n g the de partu re of two s e n i o r

g u a r d s , D i c k Nel son a n d J i m Castleberry. T r u l y these two m e n h a v e b e e n valuable assets i n their playing d ays at P LU.

Dick Nelson, one of fi ve returning members of last year's league champi onship te am, has been known particularl y for his accu rate outside shots and a "catl ike" quickn ess on the playing court. He is the only fou r-year lette rman on the squad and has been a starter for three y e a rs. He was nam ed to the Al l-Star team in last year's T AC Tou rnament and was an AU-E vergree n Conference hon orable mention pick. Of

18 poi nts aga inst Rock h urst in the 10 free th rows in one game.

special note for th is season a re his N A l A fi nals and

J i m Castleberry, aside from his respe ctable

10.2 scoring average, has

been known for his fi ne attitude on the co urt. He gi ves forth a " spark" that i nspi res the other players a n d holds the tea m together. Without such an inspi rational player a team cannot be

a

champion. He received AIl­

Evergreen Conference hono rable mentPon last season i n h i s first year at P LU, be i n g a transfer from Ce ntral Washington State after hi s fresh man season.

176


Jerry

Odsn thel' Ink(>;; cmn lTwn(/ uf the ')'cb () u nd i: i tnnt,i ()'1/,

"Fnddie" lets fly with anMher accura te jumper,

177


C?'owd cn t h n s iasHl. is e:.;c lIl.plijied by the reac t ions vi Bob

Shin' and. r:m'o lc Ha. aland 10ith Coa.eli [, u i1 dgaunl,

Team cOllgl'atulntions fo r tlw Coach and Tvm

a:I'e s ito'Um altel' the gam.e,

E1no tio1�S are p01�trayed i1� victory a1�d defeat . . L u te basketball i n 1 9 62-6:3 occ as i o n e d Ill a ny

t h r i l l i ng games ; but probably the most " h eart­ stopping" of them all was the fourth UPS game played at PLU, which the Lutes w o n in the last few seconds, 84 to 83. The bi� h e l'o of t h i s �ame w a s Torn Whalen a n d "Oh, h o w

everyone loved Tom ! " PLU was beh i n d ,

83

to 8 2 ,

with thi rteen seconds to go, The Lutes cal led time Ollt t o m a p the i r strategy, They b rought the ball downcourt and passed it to M a rv over in the comeI'. It looked like a long, one-handel' by Fl'eddie, but j ust

as

h e started to shoot, he

fli pped a pass ,in to Tom at the centel' key , B i g Tom , a b o u t twelve feet o u t a.nd closely g u a rd e d , s p u n ancl let go a l o n g a rching j U lll p e r

t h a t s"v i shed t h r o u g h t h e n e t w i th t w o se c o n d s to go caus i n g 2,700 f r e nz i e d fans

to g'o "out

of t h e i l' m i nds" i n utter d i sbel ief, Th i R game gave the L u tes a 3-to-l season edge over

a n d g av e u s the City College

Basketball Champ i on s h i p

1 78

.

UPS


(

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Tom lV halcn j'ece i'ves special p'I'(t is,:s fro m. OI.�O·i! and nr, Bondo, t(W -'III. phys'ici{t'l I ,

RO!l

N o t a l l ga.mes end the best l U I ' C o a c h Ln ndy(/.m·d, h 0 1tJev<T,

as

i8

1)Ort.),uycci b y this e;�7))'t�,� $ion n l fc)'

lOlling

one

to Wes t("I'11 .

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Gam mell lite'r ally " S n1T()H1His" a Wes tr.1'11 pial/C1',

ConfeTence

Gcones

PLU

OPP

Eastern Was h i ngton

80

64

W h i tworth

81

77

Centml 'Washi ngton

88

77

lJ n i v. P u get S o u ll d

79

7/1

'Vestern Was h i ngton

67

59

Cell tral Was h i ngton

74

70

U n i v . P u get Sound

84

83

Western Was h i ngto ll

70

87

W h i tworth

81

77

Eastern Wash i ngton

86

68

Curt Gammell w01'ks hunl /0 )' this tip-in as KTavus OfJb'I'S lIl o'rat SI!PT)()rt.


Nelson rnakcs n qui,clc pass-oif clnrillr; a blocked (/1';'11(' ,

1 9 63-64 pTomises play off �1� Ka1�sas City Natio1�als W i th the re-i m migrat i o n of Hans Al bertsson to su pplement the retu rn of Tom Whale n, C u rt Gammell, and M a l'v Fred rickson, 196:3-64 P L U basketball should have the mate r i a l f o r a champions h i p t e a m , Retu r n i ng after a season's absence is guard, Rolf Olsen, who led all JV scorers in 1 9 6 1 -62 and saw considerable vars i ty action as w e l l . Olsen and Gus K ravas, the nu mber s i x man in 19 62-63, w i l l most l i k e l y be the c h i ef contenders for the othel' guard spot. Next year's team has great offe n s i v e poss i b i l i ties and may very well be the one to go all the way - w i n n i ng the N A l A championsh i p i n K a nsas C ity !

D ra.ma t icnlly, Whalell sinks a,no ther of his /a'll/,OtL.� h o(}k-8h(} t,�,


W i th i n experience u n l i m ited ( on ly two return i n g lettermen ) a n d only two regular p i tchers, PLU's d i a mon d squad managed b u t two v i c to r i es i n sixteen games. Actually, this reco rd was dece i v i n g a s a l l the games were close contests. Thi n gs should look better next year w i th most of the team return i ng. As fo r i n d iv i duals, Don Swanson, sen i o r catcher from Torrance, Cali fol'l1ia, capped the Lute batting title with a . 346 average ( 9 for 26 )

while Jerry Curtis was second at .308

( 1 6 for 52) . Curtis led h i s mates i n stolen bases with 19 and shared RBI honors w i th M i ke M u r phy at s i x apiece. Steve Kvi nsland, the big sophomore transfer from O lymp i c J u n i o r College, topped the m o u n d co rps w i th

a

2.33 ERA. Gary Haugen, the other fron t-l i n e p i tcher fi n i shed w i th a 3.71 marl...

SI.c路ve K-v-insiand, PL U':; top p itchC1' in

fa:;l. ball

182

'63, jil'es

(/.

into the pia /.(! .


B o b Ba.ttennull ulld D on Swanso/l. cou'Ve1'ge ill all a t te'mpt to

?'1m

down

l/.

tra, pperl /)(l.8CI'Un'lIer,

D on S1l)Q.1L80n patiently wnits fo r h i s hWI1 a t bat,

Coach C(t'r/so"1 manages to 1'c<lax and COIwont}'ate at tlte ,� am.1! time 'while J( en F·)'icci.1";,:hs appears to be

clc i eded sc:ol'ek.eepM',


GARY H A U G E N Frosh p i tcher B end, Oregon

ROD I V E RSON Sophomore i nfielder Culbertso n , Montana

Top ,' Gary HaHgen ,�'Ul ings the b a t (md looks ot! t at his hi.t 'in

il'11"ddle :

'II

ttCl' amazement,

Will the basc l'I.mncJ1' b eat the tln'o w ?

B o t tom : Je1'1'11 Cll?'t'is adds (£na the-I' s tolen base to his total b y s t ea ling thinl agai11st UPS,


Swanson rece�ves Louise Randall base ball trophy

DO N SWAN S O N Senior catcher Torrance, California

LARRY S M ITH Sophomore outfielder Lake S tevens

.J ERRY LA RSON J u n ior infielder Tacoma

DON S E V E R S O N Sophomore infielder S u mner

l85


ROE H A T L E N

Sopholllore c a tcher Li bby, M o n tana

MIKE MU RPHY Frosh infielder M i lwaukie, O regon

J E R R Y C U RT I S S e n i o r outfieldcr Kent

BOB BATT E H M A N Sophomore i n fi c l dc r " Mead

186


y OU1�g team shows

bright prospec t for 1 9 64 base ball season STEVE KVINSLAND Sophomore p i tc h e r P o r t O rc h a r d

I

STEVE D A LGLEISH Frosh i n fielder Kirkla nd

PETER QUAM Soph omol'e o u tfie lder Kent

RA N D Y S T I NI E Senior infieldel' Seattle

187


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...

K N I G H T CROSS-COUN TRY TEA M , FJHST ROW : E arl E k lund, Jay Haavik, T i m Q u i gley.

SECOND ROW : Ron Coc k r e l l , Norris S a tter, .J im Sheldahl, John Hanson.

188


Most of the top performers of the powerful

1962

track team d i d not retu rn this year. Consequently, PLU's

1963

oval team lacked the top-fl ight talent

and depth necessary for a strong squad. The seven return i n g lettermen hel ped the K nights to w i n three out of seven meets. Two consecutive meets were postponed because of rain in the early season. Consistent b l u e-ribbon wi n ners d u ri n g the season were Norris Satter in the

440,

C u rt Gammell in the

h igh j u mp, and C h u c k Snekvik in the 880. A mong the others who contributed p o i n ts were Joh n H anson ( mi l e and two-mile ) , Chuck B ru n n e r ( sp r i nts ) , A r v Meyer ( hurdles ) , Terry B rown ( 880 ) , Gordon Stewart ( 440 ) , and Craig K nutzen ( sh ot put and discus ) . K nutzen topped all others i n poi n ts with

64 ( 16

poi nts earn a letter ) .

The Conference meet at Eastern Washi n gton saw two Lutes n a i l i n g down blue r ibbons. C urt Gammell won the h ig h j um p with a l eap of

6'4 1/:/',

w h i l e Terry

B rown won the 880 w ith a record time and personal best of

1 : 56 : 2.

C h u c k Snekvik fi n ished third in

the 880. The PL U relay team p l aced second.

Fl'ed Ba); ter makes a, g a lla.n t broad-jump leap,

Ted Dlt/Wl' c07nple tes a g o od hand-off to Steve Purd'homme in the 880-yanl l'olay.

Curt Gammell deal'S the bar

a t 6' 3 1;.1 " .

Arv Meyer, clearing the last hurdle, races to the finish line.


John Ha.nson, PLU ?nilel', g ) 'O[l IlS with fatigue a.s he ne ars the finish /-ine.

Seve1� re turni1�g le ttermen help Knights wi1� tl�l'-aee meets

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Clllwk SlIekv-ik, I ' L [I SS()

ma l l ,

1I((.1I(1s b a t o n to N o r-ris Sa. t/;(T,

NO"i"?'is Sattel', [,L U's CI"OSSCS

b u rst

ace

the finish /-ill" in

0/ stcam.,

1, 1, 0

111 (1. 11. ,

(l

T'1'ack Statistics •

TAME

T OTAL

POS ITI

N

POINTS

Craig K n u tzen

Field man

64

Norris Satter

R u n ne r

4�%

Ray G i sh

F ield man

46

,J ohn H anson

Dista n c e r u n ne r

Gordon Stewart

440

42

C u rt Gammell

High j u mper

r u n nel'

Chuck Snekvi k

880

Arv Meyer

H u rdler

Terry B rown

880 440

Bob Sanders

Barry Egeland

runner r u n ner runner

Dt Rh m a n

35 1)l.

33 112 ;j 0 VI. 30 1 9 VJ, 1 4 Yt, 6 II!.

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Ne t team attrrac ts 1�ew b lood Golfers fare fifth i1� EvCo tour1�ey

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<

L·v

-t o .

.

K

./

TENNIS TEAM : Dave Stein, Jim M yhre, Dale Thompson, Rich Bergquist, Glen Graham, B i l l Coffman, Jim Feek.

Inexperience p roved to be the main factor in the dismal season of PLU's ten n i s team ; with one returni n g letterman a n d a crop of freshmen a n d sophomores, they managed to lose all t h i rteen matches. However, i t was a season of fun and travel and all members of the team earned thei r letter. Dale Thompson, the only upperclassman o n the team, was n umber-one man , followed closely by the promising Californi a freshman , Glen G raham. D ave Stein was third, while J i m Feek, J i m Myhre, and B ill Coffman followed h i m .

192


In the matches over the season the golf team could manage only second best in a triangular meet ; they lost the other matches, several of which wel'e very close contests. In the E vergreen Conference meet they finished fifth. As for individ uals, the followi ng men ( i n order of ran k ) earned their letters : Dave Evans, Gordon Severson, Ed Davis, George Ahrens, John Dirlam, Larry Larson, an d John Rieke.

GO LI' TEA M, STA N D I N G : Dave E vans. KNEELI N G : Geol'ge Ahrens, Ed Davis. SECO N D ROW : John Rieke, J ohn D i l"lam.

TH IRD ROW :

Gordie Severson, Larry Larson.

193


11� tTa11�ul�als have successful yeaT u1�deT DiTe ctor Billings

Mitch D i lliu[l8, lll l ra:mnn�l

Di)'eci.,I1', CIJII./C?'S -with Ma J'/" Salzm a N ,

fl t h l e t i" /J i)'ector,

Tvy and Eve1'gl'cell Cou r t

1 !J4

fight /u</'

a.

basketball v ictm' !I.


The i ntramu ral p l'ogram is designed to p rovi d e opportu n ity for any and all o f t h e male studen ts to parti e i pate i n their favori te s ports. There are competitions in footbal l , basketball, softball, track, ten n i s ( both s i n gles and d o u b l es ) , golf, volleybal l , horseshoes, table ten n i s , and bad m i nton. E ach of the sports has a separate tournament with the w i n n e rs being awarded p oints for i n d i v i d u a l parti ci pati on and for team part i c i pati o n . For t h e second y e a r i n a r o w , E vel'green Court won the i ntramural c rown . I vy was seco n d , followed by Western. The p u rpose of the i ntramu ral p rogram is to p rovide an opportunity for students to com pete to the best of the i r abil i ty and to have f u n . T h i s year t h e PLU i n tram ural program f u l fi l led both req u i rements very wel l .

Ga-r y Su.ucl takes C/- spill in -in tJ-am nra-l /00 tim/I.

A /lo thej' victory /m- Delta with a h omer by Jerry ()(l.�a thc ;-.

1 \) 5


FOR REA SON , MOREl

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Class of ' 66 FRES H MAN CLASS OFFICERS : K a r l Kroll, Treasw'er ; Gordon Apker, Vice Pďż˝'esiden t ; Kristen Kl iever, Secre ta1'Y ; D a le Larson, Presiden t.

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M I I< � C A IUl E L L

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D I C K C H A FF E E D I A N A C H A PP E L L

M A R G A R I·;T C H I N i\ N D E H

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C H E R I DUHOCH EH B R E N D A E B ); HT E A R L ECK L U N D .J O Y C E ECKREM B A R R Y EGELAND C A H O L EGER

TJ�e frosh's firs t days are anx�ous, frantic

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VAN DEBERG J I M VAT N

B E N VASQUEZ ROSALIE V E E D E R

LINDA V I C K LINDA V I K DAV E WAGGO N E R NANCY WARD K A R E N WAREHOUSE .JA N ET WATNE "IA R Y LEE WEllB

13 0 B B I E .J EAN WEERDA E L I Z A B ETH W E I C H E L K A R E N W E I N ERTH LYNN

WENTZEL

S A N D R A W ESTERBERG LYNDY WHEELER O N I E W I CKLUND

L I N D A WIDDTFIELD JULIE WIESN E R ;J EItRY W ILDER D O R O T H Y WILHELMS A N NE W I L K E D O N WILLOTT D O R O T H Y W I LS O N

PETE W I N D E R L I N G FO RESTI N E WISE ANN WOLD V E RA W OLLIN T H E RESA WOODS B A RB A RA W O O DW A R D C H A RLES W R E N

MARTON

WUETHRICK KAROL YORK

J A N IS Y U N K E R M A R T H A ZACREP J A N ET ZIEGLER MARGA RET ZIEGLER DEAN N A ZIMI3ELMAN

K A Y ZOLLAR VON K U E H N GILBERT HANSON

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Class of ' 65 SOPH O M ORE CLASS OFFICERS : Ron M iller, P,'es-iden t ; N aney E rickson, Secre tary ; Con n ie H a a n , T,'easuTe r ; J o h n K n u dsen, Vice Pl'eside?z t,

206


.TAN A A L D U E C H R IS T I E A A S E N L O R A I N E A U B E H G !!: lt S A L L Y A DAMS

D A V lD A L U HB C H T MIKE ALLAN .J A M I F. A M E N D

C H R I S T I N E A N D F.ltSON .J A N IC E A N D I'; lt50N M A RGA R ET I.. A N D EltSO, ;\-I A R G U R I T E A N DEItSON S H A R O N A N D ��RSON .I E A N A N D H EW S K AT H L E E N A R N O L D

D O N A T icS

D E R R Y A . A S U .T O l t N S F: N CAROL ATKINSON DAltLENE DAESEMANN K A T H LI'; F: N B A K E p R A N K J3J\ LM E H

S H A fW N B A R N ET T E

ltO U E RT B A T T E l t �[ A N MA RC I E f! 1·; U ; U i.\1 S H U{[{Y B E N D I X D I A N E D E lHi B ItllC!!: B E R G ET P IUS C I L LA B J O l t K .J U D Y Il.r O R L l E

G O R D O N IJLOMQUIST KA R EN B LO O M A R T H U R BOLSTAD K A E Il}{ A D L E Y KENT BRADY J A N N ET T E fl R E I M F: lt .J I'; A N H lt O W N

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r A TS Y C A S S E D Y C A R O L Y N C H IDESTEH PAUL CH R ISTM A N l t l C H A R D C H R ISTOPH E R S O N DO N N A C H I TT I M F R A N CLI pTON J I M C O L LI E R

ll H l A N C R EEl.M A N S li E D A l . L Y M A I{ A D E E D A V I S .JO H N D l I{ LA i.\1 i.\I A R T H A D U N N ROG E l{ E DSTltOM R I C H A HD EHLI N G E R

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A LA N E RD A H L B I L L E I(JC K S ON N A NC Y E R ICKSON

207


A R LETTA EST E N S O N .J IM F E E K B O B FEN I M O R E R ICHARD FINCH P A U L FLATEN ARDEN FLOM

.J U D Y F R A Z I E R KEN

FREDERICKS

S A N D I F R J EDEK I N D M : AR J I E F R I E D R I C H S LINDA GARDNER ],l A R Y GA USTAD

LESLIE G E EIl M A R D E L L A G E I S L F. R P H I L I P G O LDBECK ANNE

G R A V ROCK

J I M G R ETC H M A N ..

K A R E N L E E GIl U YS

ThroughJ the sec ond yea1�, 1�ew �g oals b egi11 to crys talize C O N N I E HAAN .J A N I C B H A A V I K .J A Y H AA V I J( J O YC E H A A V I K FRODA H A H N J ER R Y H A N S E N .J O H N

H AN S E N

KATHY

HANSEN

CAROL HAR PER M E L H A R TS O O K KEN

H A RT V I G S O N ROE HATLEN

DAVID

H A U GEN

SKIP HAUKE

S H A RON

H A YNES

L E A N N A H AZEL C A R O L H E CK KATH L E EN

H EG G A R

R O Y H E LMS RON

H I GGENS

N E l L A HO DGSON

A NN A H O G A N S ON H E R B H O S S F ELD N A N C Y H U G E LM A N NANCY HULL K E N T I S E N Il E R(; ROD

IV E R S O N

D A N .J A E C H

KEN J ENSEN MARILYN J O H A N S EN G A R Y K . .J O H N S O N K A T H Y .J O H N S O N KEN J O HNSON LOUANN J O H NSON SALLY JO HNSON

208


S U E ,I OH N SO N B I L L .J U N EA U ,J A N I C E K A R L S T A D W I L L I A M K E ES V I V I A N K E LS() .f O H N K N U DS E N M A R Y K R E PS

F R ED K R U EG ER

N A N C Y K R U EC; E R

C RA C E K U EST

ST E V r,; K V I N S L A N D S E R l T A LA G E R S T R O M D I C K LA I N H A H T G LO R I A L A N D S Jo: M

HOW A H D LANG L E L A N D LA P P DOB LARSON C H A R L ES L A R S O N G E O R G E LA RSON K A Y E LA HSON S H A IW N L A R S O N

M A B Y A N N E LATT I N K EL L Y LA V I K GARY LERCH .J O A N N E L I N V O G C A R O L Y N LIPP D A V I D LOC K E ,) 0 LA I N E LONEY

L E SLm A N N LO U G H KAREN LUND K A Y LUNDI3 E RG HA ROLD L U N D E K A Y L UN D Q U I ST E V O N N E �Ic(; I L L I V R A Y KAREN MANSEN

N E I L M A R 'f I N S O N CLIFF MAUDSLIEN L Y N N E M AX Jo: I M E R L I N DA M A YS D A R W I N ME I S N E /l. BEN M I L I .EH D I C K M ILLER

RO N M I L L E R SHI R L E Y M I LLER .I I M M I IW U S T O M ;\IO N A H A N K EN M O R K G E O R G E M U E D E K IN(; PATTY M U l H

G E O RGA N N E M U N Z .I I M ),I Y H R E RAY MYHRE RON MYRVIK C H H I S N E LS ON M A R K N ES S E S H A R O N N I C K Jo: L

H E LEN N YCA A HD J O H N ODEGA R D PEGGY OGDEN JERA L D I N E O K S N ESS .I A C K O L I V E R IJ R E N T O L S E N D A R LEEN O L S E N

209


DA V �; O LSEN GARY O LS EN ?;IA H Y O L S O N K A ll E N O wI D A L A H N E O M LI A L A N OS TENS ON

H I L DUI( O Y EN

! t H O D A P A P P A ,) O H N

D A I W A R A P F; R H Y A N N PETEHSON DICK

PETERSON

.J O A N

P I';T E R S O N

I'ETEHSON

MARV RITA

P ET E l l S O N

SON.rA

P ET E RS O N

H U TII PETTIT P A U LA P F A N N E K U C H EN KAHIN PlHL P A U L P O RTEll .JO H N P R E TJ S 1Il A R K Q U A ?;I

FHANK HADICH D A V E HADK E

BECKI HANDALL "M A HG A R ET R E E S E LO U I S E R E H F E L D C L A H I C E R E I N E RT S O N .J O A N N

H E ITZ

RODNEY

HEPP

H A ll O L D H O L F S ON LOU I S E H O L F S H U D 000 HUNNING D I C K IW N N I N (; .J OEL IWSSELL

A N N IWUD

S TE P H E N S A L L E E O H Y A N S A N D ENO ANDHEA SAN D V I G DEAN SANDVIK

N O H IU S SATTEH DANI S A X T O N

O IL L S C H A H N W E D E H

M A R S H A S C H L I TT B A H ll A H A S C H M ID G A I L S C H N A T H O H ST Iwm;R S C H U K N EC H T NOEL SCHULEH P H I L SC H U U H V I C S E DO

R O N S EL L A R M A H S I-I A S E LDEN DON S E V E RS O N D A V I D S IM MO N S

C H A H L ES S N E K V I K L A R HY S N I D E R A UD H E Y S O H O E L

K A H EN ST A M P E H DON A L D ST E G M A N N DAVID STEIN

K A T H Y STITZ S H A RO N S T H A N D DEL SUTTON ANN S V E N DS EN

210


NITA SVINTH CARL SWENSON K E I T H S W EN S O N R O G E R SWENSON KAHAN T A Y L O R C H E R YL T A Y L O R

G R IFF THOMAS MIKE T H O MPSON M Y R O N T H OM P S O N S T E V E TOFTOY ,l O A N N E TON ACK GENE TRENT

LOUIS TRUSCHEL E L A I N E: T W I T E C A H O L E U N Z E LM AN PETE V A N LI EROP

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KA Y

V A N S I CK L E

L E E V E N N ES

The class of ' 65 mCLY make it after all !

.J O A N N A V I N A A S H O L F V O LDA L DOT

WAAS

THOMAS WAKE S H A R O N WALKER SONJA WALL I t O N WALTZ

CINDI

W EA V E H

G E H ALD W E I G A N D D E L O H ES W E L L E R DELPH I N E W H ITE V I RG I L W H I T E J E A N W I EDEN H E FT D O Il O T H Y W I LB o n

D E I': W I LC O X B E T T Y W I NTERS CA R O L ANN

W O LD

ELAINE WORKMAN KAHEN W YCKOFF HUTH YLVISAKEH

211


Class of ' 64 J U N IOR CLASS OFFICERS : Bob S h i ve , [,res ident ; M a ry J a n e Geldaker, Secreta,I'Y ; L y n n Berg, Socia,/

A c t i'vitie ,ďż˝ B o ard Reprcsen tat.i've ; .J erri Robarge, Treasu?'er; Sharon O'N eil, Vice ["residen t,

2 12


DIANA

K A RE N

K A T H LEEN

POLLY

AUDRY

J ERRY

DICK

ADAMS

A N D EI(SON

A N D ERSON

A N D J<;I(SON

A RNST

A S J) J OR�T S E N

ATKINS

Junior curriculum stresses specialization

SUSAN

LAURA

C L A U D ET T E

J EA N ETTE

H ELEN

BARBARA

A TK I N S

A U J) Y

BAKER

BAKER

B A RN R E I T E R

B A U ER

SHARON

LYNN

GARLAND

W I LL I A M

M A RJ O R I E

:J O H N

D O N A LD

D A UM E I S T E R

BERG

B E RG E R

BLYTH

BOWERS

BHANNFOHS

BHEKHUS

MICHAEL

K A R EN

Till!

MICHAEL

.J U D Y

S H I n LEY

BREW ICK

B n O EC K E L

B R O W N ING

B U R N ETT

C A R LSON

CA RLSON

213


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CA H LS O N

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CO ItN E H L

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DAVIS

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214

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GANDRUD

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C;ELDAKEH

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H I'; N D E H S O N

H EHWICK

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HOGEH

H ES T E R

I I O E FS

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HOSUM

HOWAHD

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highlights activities for the Class of ' 64

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MELINDA

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ANTH O N Y

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JO HNSON

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K A R LS O N

K L E IN

K N UDSON

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"Farmer in the Dile1nma/ '

E L I Z A B ET H K RO L L

216

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GARY

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LANG

L AN G

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HOWARD

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218

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DAN

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S C H U LE R

SEAVY

SELMANN

SHAHAN

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DAVE

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ANITA

SMITH

SOINE

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C H R I ST O P H E R

KATHLEEN

D E N N I S �;

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SWENSON

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TAYLOR

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MICHAEL

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T H O MPSON

T R O N S ET

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VELURE

a1�d Se1�iorship moves s teadily closer

BILL

LOUIE

MARY

.J U DY

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JUDY

KAREN

WADE

WAGNER

WALKER

W AT E R S

W EI M E R

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SE="IQR Cl,A S O P F'lCERS :

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B R U CE ALEXANDER B . A . i n Ed. E ducation Tacoma

SUSAN A M U NDSEN B . A . in Ed. E lementary E d. A storia, Oregon

ELDON A N D E RS E N B.A. Biology LaCrescenta, C a l if.

J O Y CE A N DE RS E N B.A. in Ed. M usic B a ttle G ro u nd

CONRAD A N DERSON B.A. P o l i tical Science Parkland

VIRGIL A N D E RS O N B . A . in E d . Social Studies Portland, O regon

P ATRICIA A T T E R B E R RY B . A . in E d . E lementm'y E d. B e n ton C i ty

C O RA L I E B A LC H B . A . in Ed. M usic Plains, M o n ta n a

WILLIAM B A TT E R M A N B.A. German Spokane

MYRA B A U GH M A N B . A . i n Ed. Education T acoma

Seniorship a t last becomes reality

DAN BECHTEL B.A. M a thematics Parkla n d

D A LE BEN SON B.A. H istory T acoma

JANICE B E N SO N B.S. B iology Seattle

B R U CE BINDEL B.A. Pre- M edicine Fresno, Calif.

EUGENE BLACK B.B.A. B u s . A dmin. A lbany, Oregon

221


HOWARD BLAKELY B.A. in Ed. E lementary E d . Tacoma

ALLAN B L O M QU I S T B.A. i n Ed. E d u c a tion Seattle

:VI A R I L Y N BOE B.A . i n E d . E lementary E d . Wolf Poin t , ;vr o n tan a

ONA B R A N DT B.A. P h i lo!;ophy S ioux Falls, So. Oak.

CAIWLYN BREUER B.A. in Ed. E lementary E d . Sea ttlc

V I RGIN I A B R I E S M E I ST E R B.A. in Ed. E lementary Ed. Tacoma

ANN BROTEN B.A. in Ed. English Spokane

B E U LA H BUSS B.S.N. N ursin g Everett

CAROLE BYBERG B .A . E nglish S i lverton, O regon

D AV I D CAM E RO N B . A . in E d . Social Studies Everett

"K?�ight Beat" patter Spo?�sored by

GERALD CAPPS B . A . i n E d. E 'lementary E d . Portla n d , Oregon

222

.J I M K E N N ET H C A S T L E BE RR Y CARLSON B.A. i n Ed. B.A. P.E. Pre-Medicine Coe u r d'Alene, I da h o Tactlma

KAREN CEDAR B.A. in Ed. E lementary E d . Tacoma

.J O A N N E CHALK B.A. Psychology Tacoma


K E I 'l'H CH A R BO N E AU B.A. Bus. Admin. Tacoma

D W I GHT C H I TT l M B . A . i n Ed. E d ucation Sumner

RICHARD CLARK B.A. in E d . S o c i a l Studies Ta<:ol11a

J AN I C E C O LT iVI B . A . in E d . Education Tacoma

CHAO-LIANG CHOW

1 3 . â&#x20AC;˘\ .

Ma thellla tics H o n g Kong, C h i n a

the Class of ' 63

EUGENE COOK B.A. in Ed. Education Tacoma

H O B E RT COREY B . A. in E d . E ducation P u yallup

PAT \ LLY C H IU TO P H E gSO :--I C L A R K B.A. i n Ed. Bus. Adm i n . Seco n d a l'y E d. Bottineau, North Dakota Tacoma

WHO'S W HO : George Vigeland, Scnw1' Class T" easuTe1', Lettennan; B ruce B i ndel, Sopho?nm'e Class officc?', Bllte Key, Ge'l'man Club ; Christy U lleland, Choi'I' of the WeM, Spun, Tassels ; C a ro l Walters, Delta Io ta. Chi, Tassels, Swans.

J O AN C O RN E L L B.S.N. Nursing B u rb a n k , C a l i f .

LOIS CORNELL B.A. in Ed. E leme n tary E d . Port Angeles

ELEAN O R CU LVER B . A . i n E d. Elell1en tary E d . Tacoma


GERALD CU RTIS B . A . i n E d. P.E. B e thesda, M a ryland

RUBY DANFO RD B . A . in E d . E lementary E d. Tacoma

DEANNA D I RK S B.A. in Ed. Secondary E d . Akron, Iowa

W H O'S W H O : Ca rol M a n i , SPUTS, Tassels, SEA ; David Cameron, A lpha Phi Omega President, Bnnd, Pi Gnmma ilI a ; Susan Amundsen, Slt ga Editor, Spurs, Tassels, Pi Gamma ilIu ; Coralie Balch, Choir of the West, Band, ilIu P 1t1: Eps-iloll.

JOAN E N D E RS B . A. in E d . Elementary E d . B el l , Calif.

224

YVONNE ENGLUND B.A. Sociology H oq u i a m

CONNIE E NGVALL B . A . i n Ed. E lemen tary Ed. Tacoma

JULIE DRINKARD B.A. Chemistry S a nd p oi n t, I d a h o

EILEEN E DBERG B . A . in Ed. E nglish T u r lock , Calif.

M IKE E LLIOTT B.A. P o l i tical Science Van Nuys, C a l i f .

SHARON ELLISON B.A. in Ed. E lementary E d . M u li n o , Oregon

A Se1�io1� lass,

LA V O N N E ALDEN E RD A H L E RICKSON B . A . in E d . B . S. E lementary E d . Chemistry S a l t L a k e C ity, U tah Taeoma


RA LPH E RICKSON B.A. P re - M e d i c i ne Richland

KAREN ESPELAND B . A . i n Ed. E lemen tary E d . Seattle

GERALD E VA N SON B.A. in Ed. E le m e n ta ry Ed. Tacoma

RO S A L Y N FANNIN B . A . i n Ed. Language A r ts Tacoma

J ANICE FANNON B . A . in E d . E l emen tary E d. G reat Fal ls, M o n ta n a

KAREN F E DT B . A . in E d. Secondary E d . B remerton

ANNE F E N N E S SY B.A. Sociology Sea ttle

H A RRY FIELD B.A. Madison, W i sconsin

C A RO L E FINNEY B . A . i n Ed. P.E. Edmonds

CAROL FINSTUEN B . A . i n E d. E L ementa r y E d. Taconw

Susan, is crow1�ed Quee1� of the May

G ER A L D F LA S K E R U D B.s. Chem i s lry Longview

PAUL F LATNESS B.A. in Ed. Secondary E d. Taconla

KENT FREEMAN B . A . ill Ed. E lementary Ed. Tacoma

G E RA L D GETTEL B . A . in E d. Art Oregon C i ty, O regon

JOHANNA GEVING B . A . i n E d. Elementary E d. Tacoma

225


DF. ' � r s

B.A. Sociology Colville

(; R A E V E L B . A . in Ed. Drama Spokane

DOHEb G Rl M M R . A . in E d . E lementa t·y E d . Vancou v e r

KARL G RO N B E RG B.A. H istury Seattl�

nUTH G U N D E R S O i\" B . S . ,\' . N u rs i n g LaC rosse

RO G E R GUSTA FSOK B . B . A. B u s . Adm i n . O lympia

BONN I E HAG E R M AN

PATTY H A G E fU VI A N B . A . i n Ed. E lementary E d . Kel logg, I d a h o

S H E RW O O D GLOVER B.A. l ! istory Paei fi(' Palisades, Cal ifomia

GWENN GOLDE MA,

M A RY G IW VE R B.A. i n Ed. L i terature B e n d , O regon

B.S.N.

N u rs i n g Kellogg, Idaho

A t last, the graduate d01�S tl�e fiat hat, the

RICHARD H A G E RTY B.A Polith:al Science Tacoma

226

P UL H A LVOR B.S. i\'l a th e m a tks Sea ttle

L i te r a t u re Tacoma

KAHREN H A NSON B . A . i n E d. E leme n tury Ed. Puyallup


M ATT H EM M ING B .S. M a thcma tics Tacoma

WI L L I A iVI H ANSON B.A. in Ed. L i te rature Tacuma

G RETCHEN HAX B . A . i n Ed. Element.ary Ed. LU$ Angeles, C a l i f.

M ICHAEL H E ALY B.A. Soc iology Tacoma

MARLA H E PN E R B.S.N. N u rsing Sa lem, O reg o n

CARLEEN HEUER B.S.N. N u rs i ng G reenbae, C alif.

PAULA HEYER B . A . i n Ed. Eleme n ta r v Ed. . S pokane

SY11�bol of accon�plishment

WILLIAM R. HEYER B.A. B i o logy S p okane

N IT A HOINES B.S.N. N u r s i ng E verson

J AM ES HOLLISTER B . A . in Ed. Seconda l'y Ed. Tacoma

THEO DORE H E !\, I I G B.S. P h y sics Tacoma

W HO'S W H O : Patty H a g·erm '1. n , SPW', Concel·t Chorus, Studenr. Body SCcTe tary, SElA ; M a r i t M yh re, i<'reshma1/. Clasl'; Secre tary, 11 TVS Cnltm'c Chainnan, Spm' j')'esicient, Tass e l ; ,J udy Swenson, A WS Sec-rcta'I"Y, Junior A d·v i.• o)· to Spurs, Tassels.

LINDA HOOD B.S.N. N U I's i n g Vancouver

RON HOVEY B.A. Che m i stt·y Tacoma

227


RO B E RT H OWARD B.S. M a thematics Seattle

PHIL H U LT B . A . i n Ed. Educa tion Los .. .. "''",."" .

.l O L I T A H Y LL A N D B . A . i n Ed. Elemen tary Ed. Bellevue --�

W H O'S W H O : Norman J uggert, S enio'}' Class P'}'eside-n t, Let tennan ; Randy S time, F'I"eshman Class President, Kap1)a Rho Kappa, Mission C"usaden; ; Sherwood Glover, Blue Key Vico Pros., A lpha Phi Omega Pres., Pi Ga.mma Mu, .Judicial Boanl; Karl Gronberg, ASPLU Pres., Blu!} Key Tt·easu'I'et·, Choit· of the West.

R O B E RT J O H N SO N B.A. in Ed. Secondary E d. Tacoma

228

SA N D R A JOHNSON B.A. Sociology Grea t Fal ls, M ontana

S H IR LEY J O H N SON B . A . in E d . E lementary E d . Los A ngeles, Cal if.

CONNIE I D S T RO M B.S.M.T. M edical Technology B i l l ings, M o n tana

K A RL E E N ISAACSON B.A. in Ed. E l ementa ry E d . Loomis, C a l if.

J U D IT H J A CO B S B.A . Sociology G lendale, Calif.

.J A N J E N K I N SO N B.S. Physics Tacoma

Graduati1�g gardeners

NORMAN .J U G G E RT B.A. P ol i ti c a l Science Cheyenne, Wyoming

.J U D ITH KA S PERSON B . A . in E d . German Raymond


JOHN K ELLY B.A. Puyallup

ISARIA K I iVI A M B O B.A. Moshi, Tanganyika

JOSEPH K ISTLER B.A. in Ed. E lementary Ed. Aberdeen

M A RI L Y N KN U DT S O N B.A. Sociology M e n l o Park, Calif.

RONALD KOHARSKI B.S. M a thematics Tacoma

B ILL KOLL B.A. Phi losophy K i rk land

NANCY K RO G E L B . A . i n Ed. E lementary Ed. S pokane

IDA K RO G H B . A . in E d . E lementary E d . Tacoma

KEN LARSON B . A . in Ed. Chem istry Tacoma

DICK LATI M E R B . A . i n E d. M usic M arys v i l le

pla1�t the traditional R hododendro1�

ROB ERT Le B L A N C B.A. Psychology Oakland, Calif.

CLAUDIA LEWIS B . A . i n Ed. Secondary E d. Parkland

WILLIAM LEWIS B.A. History Anacortes

E RI C LIN DHOLM B.A. History Portland, Oregon

PAT LI N G E L B A C H B . S . M .T . Medical Tec h nology Renton

229


GERALD LOHN B.S. M a thema tics B o n n e r , M o n ta na

TOM LOWE B.S. P re - V 1 Iedic i ne Seattle

JANET LUDWIG B . A . in E d . Elementat·y E d . Tacoma

ROGER LUND B . B.A. B u s . Admin. Portla nd, Oregon

M A RILYN L U N D B LA D B.S. Chemistry Sacramento, Calif.

DOUG M c C L A RY B . A . in E d. P.E. Tacoma

R I C H A RD McGINNIS B.S. B iology A nacontla, Mon tana

ALLAN McLEAN B . A . in E d . E d uca tion Tacoma

MICHAE L MacDONALD B.A. German Tacoma

JOAN MAIER B . A . in E d . E lcmentat·y E d . Speech Sea ttle

GTad1!ating tale1�t give theiT las t performanc e

CAROL MANl B . A . in Ed. E lementa r y E d . B i l lings, M o n ta n a

230

LaWANDA M APLE B.S.N. N Ul'si n g Richl a nd

ERVIN M A RLOW B . A . in E d . Education Tacoma

.J O H N M A RT I L L A B . B .A . B u s . A dm i n . Port Angeles

N ORMA M E R RI L L B.A. Sociology Puyallup


CLYDE M I LLER B.A. in Ed. E ngli�h Tacoma

C A RO L M IN SH U L L B.S.N. N U l'sing Kent

C A RO LY N M O E LLRING B.F.A. Speech iVI onroe

WERNER N ET T E R B.A. History A U t'o ra, O regon

MARIE N I ELS E N B . A . in E d . P.E. Tacoma

C H ARLES NIEMI B . A . in Ed. Social S tudies Longview

M A RI T iVI Y H R E B.A. in Ed. E lementary E d . Tacoma

WHO'S W H O : E m ily Lou Erickson, Mu Phi EpsUon, Choi1" of thG' West, SPUI'S, Student Con,q" cga tion o'l'ganis t ; Carole Bybe l'g, Choir of the West, Tassels; G ret<.:hen Hax, Choi1' of tlw West, SEA.

i1� the Senior Review

CLAUDIA OLS E N B . A . i n E d. E lementary E d. Auburn

JAMES OLS E N B.A. Religion Parkland

BONNIE NEAL B.A. in Ed. Elementa ry E d .

RO B E RT O LS E N B.A. P h i losophy Parkland

G A RY O LS O N B . A . in Ed. Elemental'y E d . Glen dale, Calif.

RO DGER OLSON B.A. Bus. Admin. Tacoma

231


EVELYN O S B E RG B.S.N.

MERLYN OVERLAND B.A.

W HO'S W H O : D a v i d Yokers, Blue Key, Choir

of

J O AN PATT E RS O N B.A. in Ed. Elementary E d .

t h e West,

Ge'..-rn an Clu b ; Mari lyn Lu ndblad, SP1,(1'S, Tnsseis, Stndent

Cong1'cgation oflicc?";

Norine Radovi c h , ICC, Spw's Tassels ; J u l ie D r inkard, A mC1'ican Chemical Society,

M lK E PEASE B.A. H istory S umner

K AT H L E E N P E R RY B.A.

MAUREEN PETERSON B.A. Sociology Richland

W lLLIS PET ERSON B.S. B i o l ogy K i !'kl a n d

The Baccalaureate :

Ba.nd.

JEFFREY P R O B S T I路' I E L D B.A. Chemistry Lio L i n da, Calif.

232

.J E R R Y PROTEXT OR B.A. Sociology S t'. Paul, M i nn.

NORINE R A D O V I CH B.A. B i o logy Tacoma

DELORES RASMUSSEN B . A . in E d. Elemen tary E d. E n u mclaw

THELMA REEVE B . A . in E d . E lementary . Ed. Seattle


DIANE R E I N BOLD B.S.N. N u rs i n g Davenport

G LORIA R E I N E RT S O N B . A . i n E d. Secondary E d. E u gene, O regon

PHYLLIS RH I N E B . A . i n Ed. E d u c a tion Tacoma

J U D ITH R I CHTER B.S.N. N u rsing Los Angeles, Calif.

D O RC A S R I DDLE B.S.N. N u rs i n g Belli ngham

KAREN RITLAND B.A. B iol ogy Oxnard, C a l i f .

CAROL ROBINSON B.A. i n Ed. E lementary Ed. Long Beach, Cal if.

N ELIUS RON N I N G B . A . in E d. E le m e n tary E d . Pasadena, C a l if.

GERALD R U T H E RF O R D B.A. E ng l i sh Tacoma

DWAIN SANDERS B.A. in Ed.

M us ic

Tacoma

a somb er admonitio1� to s ervice and consecratio1�

JEANINE SANDERS B.A. L iterature New Port

lVI E RT Y C I'; SANDERS B.S.N. N u rsing Tacoma

LINDA SATHER B . A . i n E d. E leme ntary E d . Seattle

JAMES S C E A RC E B . A . i n Ed. Education Tacoma

JOY SCHNATHORST B . A . i n E d. E lementary E d . S a n Fernando, C a l if.

233


SUSAN SCHOCH B . A . in E d . E lementary E d . L o s A l tos, Calif.

A R LE E N SEARLE B.A. in Ed. E nglish Tacoma

KAREN SHARP B . A . i n Ed. E lementary Ed. K e n newick

ROGER SIBLERUD B.A. B u s . Admin. Somers, Montana

I N A B E L LE STANAWAY B . A . i n Ed. E lementary E d. Sumner

.J O H N S T E W A RT B.A. Physics H e l i x , Oregon

R A N D O LP H ST L lVI E B.A. Sociology Seattle

AL S V I NT H B . A . in E d . E lementary Ed. Spanaway

.J U D Y SWENSON B . A . i n Ed. E lementary Ed. Seattle

KAREN S W I N DLA N D B.A. P h i l osophy Parkland

Theirs is

.J o A N N E T H RE E W I T B . A . in E d . E lementary E d . I n gelwood, C a l if.

234

SHARON TOBIASEN B . A . in E d . E lementary Ed. Selma, Cal if.

a

b lessing for

H E LE N TO M B E RG B.A. i n E d . E l ementary E d . Tacoma

JEANE TOUSLEY B . A . in E d . E lementary E d . Seattle

a

future filled

THOMAS T U RU LA B.A. BllS. Admin. A nc h orage, Alaska


CH R I STY U L LE LA N D B.A. Pre-Medicine Kent

M A RY U NDLIN B . A . in Ed. E lementary E d . Seattle

IRENE W E LCH B.S.N. N u rsing· Fedel·al W a y

ALICE WENNESS B . A . i n Ed. El ementary E d . Tacoma

GEORGE VIGELAND B.A. Pre-Medicin e Salein, Oregon

with goo d thi1�g s

JENNY W I LLS B .A . Mathematics Tacoma

THOMAS WOOD B. B.A. Bus. A dm i n . Tacoma

LEONE VORVICK B.S.N. N u rsing Kennewick

CAROL W A LT E R S B.S.N. N ursing W h i te F i s h , Mon tana

W H O'S W H O : John Stewart, Blue Key, Deba.te Squad, Pi Kappa Delta; Merlyn O verland, CIlTtain Call, Debate Squ.ad, Pi Kappa Delta; Joan M a ier, Debatc Squad, Ge?·m.an Club, SEA ; Joh n MartilIa, ASPL U Vice Pres., A lpha Sigma Lambda, Blue Key.

DAVID Y O K E RS B . S. Mathematics American Falls, Idaho

285


DARRELL B E DDOE B.A . H istory Tacoma

RONALD BOOMER B . A . in E d . E lementary E d. Tacoma

JAMES DOLAN B . A. Bus. A dmin. A uburn

RAY GA B B A R D B . A . in E d. E ducation Tacoma

ASTRID GABRIELSEN B.S.N. N u rsing Tacoma

Thirty-two semes ters end with diploma

236

LO U I S E GALKOWSKI B . A . in E d. E ducation Tacoma

CHARLES H A LLADAY B.A. B u s . A dm i n . Tacoma

L E N O RA HANSEN B . A . in E d . Education Fowler, Colorado

DAVID .J A E G E R B.B.A. B u s . A dmin. O lympia

TH E L M A K E M PF B . A . in Ed. E lementary Ed. Tacoma

I RW I N KRIGSMAN B . A . in E d . E lementary E d. Tacoma

W I L LI A M KUDEH B.A. Political Science San Lorenzo, Cal if.

VALERIE McCRE E D Y B . A . in E d. Education Tacoma

R I C H A HD MANN B.A. Pre-M e d i c i ne Bremerton

JUDITH MUNGER B . A . in E d . E ducation Seattle

D A LE NASMAN B.A. P o l i tical Science Tacoma

M A H.J O R I E P L ATT B . A . in Ed. E ducation

D O N ALD SLATER B.A. Cashmere

JOHN STEV E N S B.A. H e l i x , O regon

DOROTHY STU R D I V A N T B . A . in E d. E lementary E d . Kalama


During

t h wir

lctst d(tys

nt

PLU

t he

seniol's

fin,d them/selves in n -whil't of events,

These da'lIs w ill be (t hig hlight in their mem01"'ies of c o l lege t'ife ,

" A n d you

ure

le(tv'ing (t lso," T h e s(�n-iors say

f(trewell to f(tGu lty (tnd adm'inistrators ut a reception given fOl' the class by

Dr, ctnd Mrs, M ort'vedt,

On yow' gum'd, men! The seniors are n o t g o ing to

eome

nanl' unt'if the he licopter

ge ts the shovcl.

A ha ! The sen-iors w ill no t b e defe(tted,

Oops ! They've

The p lcmf'in,g is ,(l o'iug to

shovel agnin,

aftcT

(til,

toke

plaee

got the

Senior's, look out fo"/" tOl'n robes,

23 7


"Man not only thinks, but he also loves and dreams and h e worships." These words, spoken by class-p l'esi d ent Norm Juggert, are, in essence, a description of the total l ife the graduating seniors have had at P LU. These four aspects have a part i n the development of character in each i n d i v i dual. D u r i n g this development, the graduates have come to real i ze that "the adventure of l ife can not be di vorced from an adventure of the minds."

Fjcllmctn, spea.kc'I' a t Dacca.iaw·eate, honora:I'Y Doctor' of Di·vinit.1/ degn!c a t

Re·v. his

Com.menC6mcn t 1:'�;e1·cise.� .

·,'ccl'i'vn(

Panmtll. friends and gTad't.ta tl<s gather in

front of the chnpe·l ((ftc)'

Ru.cca.la:u.l'ca tc.


John Mnl't1:tin receives his deY1'ce and con­ g'l'at,nla tions jTO-m D'/', Mortvedt, He

'WfU;

the

only studcnt to !JTad­ H<I.te Sum'rna Cum, Lande in 1 ,9 63,

D·I',

MM't'vedt

prcsented

the Comm.ence'me-nt add1'ess,

Advisers to the Cl(tss

'6.'3 a1'l! Dr. Nodt­ vedt, who is 1·e tiriny, a'nd 1\1/ ?-. Zulu.u!.

of

239


G-l'on bM'g is

c'1!

tting U1J

-

the wall

A h, the lJ1""i1)ilcgcs of

senl:o/, counselo'!' :

gru.bbies on a weekday, parking inside

p1'esiclential suite.)

eaml)US limits , ,

,

Marit Myhre p·ractices her " teachi:ng technique" under actual claSS1'OO1n condition s, An obstacle

com'se with H)'ea l live monsters" is the best test of a teacher's "method of attack,"

No diploma tic immunity ? ASPLU P1'csidcnt Ka.1"! aronbe1'g is hoisted to the )'oof of the Kiosk

as Hf1'iend.9" c.�leb1'ate his J'ecent engagemen t.

240

(t

tha t is, (Remodeling the

the


You asked for it!

This hap it's8 'victim has fa llen p1'e!! to the P L U pm'ic-ing t,!}l'anny, Change for a t'wenty, anllon e ?

In a master s t roke of l'el,aUa t o ry skulldnggel'lI, P L U tacticians spirited a,'/vay fllts/cred UPS checl¡lcader. Note the smug 'V icf,or,� gloa t ing

O'VWI"

(/

theeir SHccess.

241


"Pa.-,路t路;ng i s such sweet s01"row." Shawn b lu b b e1's

a.

fond /anwell to those she

mlLst leave b ehind. Iht?路tvigson demon8i1"ates his knack /01' p" c tzel btmding.

Zcu l, , 1 8 (a.ke

242

u

ShOl路t CII.t tu CJwpel.


Thc Choi'l' of the West is off to " t he Contincnt," Firs t s top - Oslo, NOI'way ; then to Coloy n e , Heide lberg, tIt<! A lps, e tenwl Rome, ((:nd ga,y Pal'ce,

Sad Chow pa t?'ols his descl'ted domain

((ftcI'

EmCl'giny fro-in ((:n (nla /anc/w of college te�;ts and co/Jee p ot s ,

thg last scmcstl!)' finals,

(l.

"c1'(/:m mel''' !'tarc,s gm,mtly at the floo')' of his p(�dded cu.b'ie/e,

248


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DOE AND FAWN neor 0 rhododendron, Washington stole flower. W i l d l i fe i s so a b u n d o n t on many trec forms rho I onme offic i o ls c oo pe ro te to keep rhe populotion from o u t s t r i ppino i t s food s u p p l y . T h i s also reduces damage 10 young tree.s.

trees for tom.orrow grow on managed tiInberlands today A living mantle of young trees grows on Weyerhaeuser timberlands, obscuring s t umps left from earlier harvests. Each tree is needed to supply wood for forest products to serve fu ture genera tions. As new trees replace the old on our lands, they begin anolher cycle in a long-range fores try plan. The plan is built aro und the concepl that forests can both be used and perpet uate.d. Properly managed and protecled, timber can be harvested and replaced i n repeated crops. This fact is proved on our tree farms year after year. A tree farm is a living, dynamic fo rest unit. From it comes a flow

of benefils important to man. Foremost is the wood itself, for this versa tile raw material is used in lumber, plywood, pulp, paper . _

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Tacoma Luthe1�an Church Directory Central Lutheran Church (TALC) N o r t h 4 t h and Tocomo R . H . Redo!. Postor J . V . Rydgren, AUf. P c a l o r Gloria Oet lutheran Church (TALC) 1 209 South I A . M . K a rl s t a d . P a s t o r First lutheran Church ( A u g ) 524 So uth I Poul T . 5eCJstrand, Postor luther Memorial Church ( T A LC) S o u t h 5th a n d I Robert G . W e i n m a n . P a s tor O l i vet Lutheran Church ( L FC) South 15.h ond K C h r i s t i o n M. I v erso n , PClslor Peace Lut heran Church (TALC) South 2 1 s t o n d Cushman Gordon E. Coates, Postor S t . P a u l ' s Lutheran C h u r c h ( A E lC) 1 3 1 0 Sout h L Carl loursen, Pastor

ChriSi LUfheron Church (TA LC) S I . P a u l ' , Ev . lut�.ra" Church (W;sc. Synod) Tr;n;.y Lu.heran Church ( T A LC) 821 1 1 1 2 .h S I . S . W . S o u t h 1 2 1 s t Clnd Pork South 27th and Tocoma M. E Ncsse, Pastor G . W. Frey, Postor Erling Thompl<oon, Peslor Grace lutheron Church ( M o . Synod) Bethlehem Lutheran C h u r c h (TALC) John Skep�lod, As'il . Postor South 5 4 . h o o d lowrenc� 1 0 1 Eo�t 381 h Ascension Lutheran C h u rch ( A u g ) l o ui s F . R u s h , P o s t o r LoVer n�� N f': l s e n , P o s t o r North 52nd ood Pearl Hope Lutheran Church ( T A L C ) N o l a n Wo l s o n , P a s t o r C. Ernc·rson V�d � l I , Postor 7209 5 0 . Puget Sound F a i t h E v . lutheran C h u r c h ( W i s c . Synod) E.11 m a n u e l· lutheron Church (TALC) Harold Aolbuc. Pastor 96th and A North 1 4 t h ond St e v en') O . K. Do v i d so n . AnI. Postor Pal)1 E . N i tz, Postor KI;:·nt E. S pa u l d i n g , PoSlor lokewood Lutheran Church ( E v . luth. Synod) Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Mo. Synod) Resurrection E va n g e l ic a l Lutheran Chur<h {Aug} 9020 Mcodow Rood S . W . Eost 56th and B 3301 Browl)'s P I . Blvd. Sto n l e y P . H o l t , Pas t or Harold J. Gieseke, PoU or A l a n Corl$on, P"'sor Mt . Zion Lutheran C h urch ( L FC) Grace Eval1gelical ( U lCA) St. M a r k ' s Lutheran Church hy the Narrows South 59th and Thompson 7302 Sou t h Pork Ave. (TALC) M o n l ey G j e r d e . Po •• or H . N . Svinth, PClstor North � 7 th o n d lel, or e Drive P r i nc e o f Peace Lutheran (Mo. Synod) lutheran C h urch of Christ t h e K i ng ( T A LC) L . H . S iq uel a nd. Poslor 10333 Bridgepor1 Way S . W . East 85th Clnd V o n Burell Zion Ev. Lutheran Church (Mo. Synod) R i chord B . A l len. Postor Robert G. Hillsleod. POlitor 6th Ave. a n d Puge-t Sound Redeemer Lutheran Church ( U l C A ) Parkland E v . l u t h e r a n C h u r c h ( E v . Luth. Synod) Roynold H. Edchoff. Poslor 1001 P r i n ceton P a c i fic A v e . 0110 South 1 2 3rd Berhel Lutheran Church (Aug) C. W. Fagerlin, Pastor 5242 Sou . h I S •. John', Lu.heran C h u rc h ( U LCA) E. Arthur Lorson, Po s tor 8521 S t e i l acoom Blvd. S.W. M Cl y nard H . Kr(lgthorpe, Pastor

A dministration, Facu lty, and Staff Picture Index G

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Gerheim. Earl 20

Malm i n . C . K. 38. 1 1 9

Akre, Elv in M. I !l

Giddings. lN i Iliam 20

Malmi n . G u n nar J . 2 2 . 1 0 8

Rosen bla d t, Louis 1 0

Allel', \Vayne K. 1 9

Gilbel'b;on, Go rdon 2U, 1 0 ::;

MoKay. W. ·10

Rotikos. George 27 Rostk oski . D a v i d 1 1 0

Amend • .John :30

Gil'OUX, R. W . :1�

Moe. S . M . 38. 51. 61

A n der::ion . Charles D. 1 9

Go\·ig, Stewart. 20

Mol d er. Alma R . :16

Arbau gh, George 1 9

Guilfol·d. Hogel' 20

Morken. Eli n e :32 Mortvedt, Robe.·t 1 2 . 1 7 . 72. 82. 93, 2;J�

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8 Deckman. lol iriam :16 Deemus. Edna :.if.)

Muy.s ken3, Henl'Y H. 22

Hagen. Arnold J. a l Haley, Frank 3 6 . 1 ;; 5 H auge. P h i l i p E. 13. 1 0 0

Berg u m , Gladys 40

Hel'eim. N O t'a n. ;Jlj

Olomquist, G rac e I !) Boyle, Russell 29 Broeckel. J u ne 3 1 . I:H Buc hana n. A . Dean H i . 17 B u n n . Edna M. 3 6

N Nelson. Cln .. a 3R Nesvig, Milton 1 7 . :J7

H i lb ert. Martha S. 211

Bri csmeistel', Ro be rt l !)

Newell, Ed R. 22

HHlgcr. Mnrtin 2 1

Newnham. F" edel'ick 27. 1 1 1

H ube.", Ma.·tha :j3

N i c.holson. Hel en 39

Huestis, Llluren ce 2 1

Niel�en, A n n a Marn 31

Hun dtofte . .JoAnn 2 1

N ielsen , Dal. F. 2� Nod tvedt, Magnus 7 . 2 3 . 65 N o ,·dholrn. Eric 27. 39. 1 2 1 . 1 2 ;;

.J acobs. K enn eth 1 G

C Cnl',"on, Roy E . 2 0 . l ij;). 1 6 8. I R a C arlso n , Vel'non

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Rosenberg, Ruth :JG

5 Sa)z;man, H . M a rk 2 4 . 1 9 4 SchestoJ>ol. Madec 2 9 Sch il ler . .1 . A. 24 Sh a fl an d . Ap;nes :l8. 1 4 3 Shelvel' , S i dn ey �n Si egle. Leona 1 0 Sjoding. Theodol'e : � 4 Solberg, Kristen R. 1 1) . laO, 1 4 0 Steen. Paul J . 2 7 S t e i n . Ly nn S. 3 1 . 1 3 2 Stcn::.:on, M. Pa ul i n e 3 1 Svedherg. Carl W . 27 Swanson. Mauel 4 0

.Jacobsen. Helen 3:3

Ca l' lso n , Paul It. 1 9 20

Christopherson, K . E . 21). 1 51 Ch ril-;tcnsen, LouiJot 27

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Jansen. Lu ther 2 1 .John.son, Do n na Mae 3:i

Olsen. Robe.·t C. 2:j

.Johnson. Linka 1 6

Olson. Roy E. 37

.Johnson . Shirley aa

Oman. Sylvi a z:3

Jordahl, Ola[ M . 2 1

Ostenson, Burton T, 23

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Da nielson. J . E. 37

Ka,·I. TheodOJ"e 27. 1 2 2

Do ug hty , J u dd C. 27

Kiur.'. G u n d al' 29. 1:33,

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Ki t tleso n . La.·s 27 Klopsth, Rnymrmd 2 1

E Eklund. Leslie I � , 132 Elbl!l·son. S tanl ey 27. 1 2 1 Elli ott , Cat.herine n . 2 7 Elwell. Gt'Orge R . 27 Enge. A n n a 16 EnJ<eset. Sydney 27

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Roe. Kelmer N . 21. I � I

A da m•• H " ,. ,·y S. 1 9 , 1 :12

Kn nl))l, Cal vi n 27 Kno .. .. . Erich C. I � Kn udsen, Jen::t W. 2 1

Payne. Dorothy 27. 31. I I U. I I I Peder:.;on. A rne K. :3 1 , 1 3 6

Kovpitch, Ric hard 2 1

Peter::son . Cl ay to n R. 1 7 , 3 :; Pierson. Roberl E. 23 Poole. D oris 4 0

Q Qua�t. FIOI'ence ,10

Kuethe, John G. 2 2

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Tye. Velmont M. 2�

U Ulleland. Jan et M. :3:�. l a �� Utzin ger. Vernon A . 25

V V h:ness. Paul G. 24, 1 52

W \\'aRnCt·, Dol'i::i L. :5:3 . 97 \\r eb�l', Rohcl·t. D. 2 4 . 81) W i c k�trf.)m. Margaret. } ·1 . 129. 1 5 2

R Ramer. Leah Byl., :l:J

Fa,·mer. Donald R. 20

Lal'Sgaard. John &6. 6 7 , 6 1

Farness, N an c y 20

Laugman, �1ar �� ue l'i te 38

Ranson . Herbert 2:1

Faulk. Cnd

Lee, Kuute 22

Reev4.;), 'l"'homas 23

G. :39

Tw. d t . M i hh'"d 3R

Peten w n , Chal'le� 2!1

Kn udson, A n n e E. 2 1 Kraabel. A l f :\ 8 . 5 ;

T Toller-on. Durothy M. :l:j

Fisher, Olga 36

Leraas. Ha ro ld J . 22

Reigstnd, Pa,,' 2:1

Fitzpatrick, A. Frances 38

Litlie. O t til ie E. 22

Reynolds, Don 24

[·'ritts. R. Byard 2 7 . 1 0 1, 121

Lundgaanl. Gene 22. 1 G8

Ris t u be n , Petel' J. 24

y Yuun". Rhoda Ii. 24

Z Zulauf. D w ir: h t 2�. I � :l. 239


Business Index A [J C Electt·oni<: • . 2 5 2

Dryer ;'\iol't.unl'Y, 2·1H

Nalley's, 249

Redi�Gax Service, 246

An's Shoes, 2 4 7

FOl'emol:.'t Dairies. 211U

National Bank uf \V ashinlrton, 2 4 7

R ic h a rd. Studio, 2 5 3

[J i ble- [Jonk Cen t,et', 2 4 8

Dr. Cha rle� A. Green . .J l' . . 2 f) O

Paradi:-)(-' Uowl. 254

H,ich's Drive- I n , 2;)4

Dlue S p l'uce Se l' v i c e. 250

(;l1n der�on .J ewehy, 2 u n

P aragon P I ' i n ten; , Inc . . 2G4

Ronken Brother:; Photog-raphy, 2 0 6

B 1't)wn a n d Ha l ey , 255

How("l1 Sport.il1l� (;ood�. I n c . . 254

P ar k l an d Fuel Company, 246

So i n c� Shoe Store, 2 4 8

Cenu'nl Mm'kcl, 2 4 9

.Johnson Dl"u,,�s. 2 4 7

P ark l an d Lig-ht and \\'a t el' Co,. 252

Stella'� Flowp.r�, 2 G 4

Col lege and C e n t n � Cl ea n en; . 2:;-1

Kona Kof fee I< o m l , a n y . 247

P i zza Pete. 2;;0

F l'eeI L . '\\/ a h l e l'M .J ewelers. 2 4 8

College Golf emll·,e. 252

A, E. Lo n g. I n c , . 2 4 7

PLU B ool{stot'c. 252

\Ve yer h aell :-: e l' Com l 1 a n y , 2 5 1

C ra ftsman Pre�s. 2aO

Luthet'an B" ol h et'h ood . 2 4 H

Pu�et Sound N a t i on nl B n n k , 255

\V ood wol' t.h a n d C o m p a n y , I n c " 2 4 (j

LloYd Dillingham Ri ch f iel ,l . 2 4 6

Verne Meyer Auto E lec t,ri c . 25H

Pug-et. Sound N u r8.ery, 2 5 4

Organizations Index o

A All'hn Ka p p a P , i . 1 3:1

Da\'i� HOllse, I :;U

A l ph a Phi Ol11el'<a. I:lZ A l p hn

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OmeRn , 1 2 1

A rn ha.i;:;; a d01··� Qunrtet, 1 1 0 A S P LU Cnhinet. 4 4 Executive Donl'd. 4 G

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S o nV. Leaders, 1 5 4

D<'l ta Ha ll. 1 4 9

M a r ried Student:;, 1 5 3

S p u t's. 1:35

Delln l o t n C h i , 1:;�

M oor i ng .Ma�t. JJ 2

Studen t Congregation, 57

M u P h i E p" i l o n . I I I

E E \'enrn�'en COUI't.-, 1 4 U

N N or t.h H al l , 1,16

.J udidal BO/1rd. 4 S

Assodated '''lom en St\ldent�. 128

o Off-Cam1'u. S t.udent., 1 5 1

G G"vd Club, l :17

Orchestrli, 1 05

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Har.tao H a l l . 1 4 4

Pe1' Band, 1 0 4

B a n d , I lJ4

!JIue Ke)"

Ptlue,;et· H a l l , 1 4 7

I :l l I n ternational Stunent.:J, 1 4 1

l v y COU1't. 1 ·\ H

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Cheel'leaders. 1 ;')4 Chub' o f the Voles t,

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C horus , 1 0 6 College A ffi l i ated Lay m en '� Lear:ue. 6:l C U l'tain Cnll Club, 1 2 1

Boa rd of Dellcon es8e�, 59

Board of Deaco n s . 59

noal'd o f Trus tees, 58

Choir, 58 Communion. 5G

Lel;rislature. 4 7

A�:)o<,·.iated Men Students. 1 :10

Sou t h H a l l , 1 4 2

M.ndrigals. I I I

Kap[la Rho K a l)I""

I ,l l

P h i Epsilon. 1 5 (i

Phi K a p l> n De.lta, 123

Membet's a t Lanr€', 5 9

O l'l! a n i s t, 60

Pl'ayel' Sel'viet", fj2

"\'ol':-; h i ll Service, 5 7 Student Education Assod n t io n , 1 :!6 S tuen Hall. 1511

T Tassel•. n4

P h i tokaleans. 1 5 2

Teleco m m u n ications StatT, 11:4

Production StatT. 1 2 4

Televi sion . 49

Propeller Club. 1 3 6

Psychology Club, 1 4 0

L

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Lady Lutes, 152 Lettermen . 1 5 5

Saga, 50

Lutheran S t u d�ntl:) As:mciation. (;3

Ski Chlb, 1 5 7

W West H a l l , 1 4 3 y Young Republicans, l aB

Student Picture Index A

A n derson. Marie 1 99

A t k ins, Su"an 2 1 3

Barnl'eitel', Made 1 :34

Aalbue . . fan 1 5 6, 207

A n dIJrsoH, .Janice 207

Atkinson, C n r o l 1 3 1 , 207

Batterman, Hobet't W . 207 B altel'm an n , Robet't O . 12fi, 1 6 1 , 166.

Aalbue, Jo,eph 132

Anderso n . Karen 2 1 :J

A tterberry . Patricia 1 0 7 . 1 3 6 , 22 1

Allsen, C h ri st i e 4 R , 63, 1 34 , 207

A n derso n . Kath leen lin. 2 1 3

A uby , Laura 1 4 0, 2 1 3

A lJ be rlCe l' . Lorraine 207

A n dersoll , .Mul'gal'et 1 5 7 , 207

A u n e, .John W I , 1 6 :!

A beene. l\fal'vin 5 1 . 199

A n derson, j.\'l n.'gurite 207

Abener. Owen 1 5 1

A n d el�o n , Martha 1 07 , 1 9 9

Adam. T1"flCY H i 9

A n derson. Peter 1 5 1 . 1!l9

A dam�, Dinne 1 1 4 , 2 1 3

Bauer, Barbara 2 1 3

B

A n d er.on . Polly 2 1 3

[Jaer, W i lma I 1l8. 1 99

Adams. Sally 207

A n de.""on, [("bet· t 1 0 8 , 1 :30, 1 :37, H I

Bae-semnnn, Darlene 207

A h t'en, George 1 9 3

A n derson, RORS 1 9 9

Ba k e, Kathleen 207

Albrecht, Dav i d 1 2 6 , 207

A n d e l'!:mn, Sharon 2 0 7

B a k er. Cln udett,e 63, 2 1 :)

A l ex an d el' , B l'uee 2 2 1

A n llenmn. Tl'ygve 52, 1 2 5 . 1 9 9

A l le n , M i c h a l 207

A n denmn , V b'gil fl H . 2 2 1

Allbon, Penelope 1 4 6

A n d.'ew., .Jean 1 2 9 , 1 :34. 1 4 !l , 211 7

A m en d , James ,18. 1 1 7 , 2 0 7

Arket·, G onion 1 �8, 1 9 9

A m u n dsen . Susan 50. 1 :J 4 . 2 2 1 . 224. 2 4 0 A n der.en, Eldon 1 3 1 , 2 2 1

1 8:1, 1 8 6 , 1 99 Ratler m nn n . 'W i l l i u m 1 0 5 . 2 2 1

Baker, J a mes 1 4 0

B a ket', J ean ette 63. 2 1 :l

B a k el', .John 1 3 3 , 1 3G Baker. Susan 1 �9

Baughman, M y l'(� 2 2 1 BilUmeh-lt.el", S h a ron 2 1 :3 Bax ter, D en n is 1 5 6, 1 5 7 [Jaxtel', Fred 1 8 9, 1 99 Beul'd, Geol'I'<e 1 4 1 , 1 4 7 Bechtel, D a n 2 2 1 Beddoe. Da n'el l 2:J6 lJek kevold, Beth 1 0 8 . 1 1 0 B�lgum, M a rgaret 1 4 2 , 207 B en d i x , Shel'ry 207

A p pel. L, M i c h a el 1 2 5

Bakke, Linda J99

A rc he,·. M a x 1 9 9

lialch, C o r a l i e 1 0 K , 2 2 1

!jenson, Dale 1 0 7 , 2 2 1

Amold, Kathleen 9 8 . I : J 4 , 2 0 7

Bal d w i n . Mark 1 99

Benson. J a nice 2 2 0 . 221

Balrne,', F,'an k 207

Denson. J udi t h 1 9 9

Bennett. Orene 1 :39, 1 9Y

A ndersen. Joyce \ l 0. t:l4, 221

Amst. A u d rey 63, 84 , 2 1 3

Al1den�on, A rd i::s 1 07 , 1 9 9

A rola, Geol'lte 1 3 a . 1 36

Bal'cla�·. Nancy 1 0 7 , 1 99

Anderson. Del'n adine 1 3 6 , 1 9!1

As bjol'n.en . .JetTy 207 . 2 1 3

Rat·ker. Judi t.h 6 1 . 1 2 9 . 1 9 9

Iler�. Diane 5R. 207

Durn ette. Sh aron 2 Q 7

Ben .., Lynne 58, 9:3, 1 :3 ;1, I :J(i. 1 4 7 .

A n derso n . Christine 207

A t�s. Don a l d 207

A n derson , Conrarl 2 2 1

A t kins, Dick 2 1 3

[J:trnreiter. H el en 2 1 :.l

Ben l ley . R(,dney 1 08 , 1 9 9

2 12 . 2 1 3

259


Berll'. Paulette 1 9 9

Berg. Warren 85, l ·lO, 1 9! J

Carpent.r. C.celia 1 52 . 1 99

Doerilll<. J udi th 1 0 7 . 1 5 1 . 2 1 4

Fi velall d. Geraldine fi8. 200

Carr. Maxine 207

Dola n . James 1 3 3

Flack. Henry 9 3

Ber.:e.·. Carland 107. 1 1 5. 1 33 . 1 36. 2 1 3

Cnsey, Francine 1 99

Dl'inka. .d. J u l i . 68. l O r, . 2 2 � . 232

Der.: et . Bruce 207

Cassedy. Pat..)· 5 1 . 207

D u n l a p . Gel'llid 136. 2 1 4

Be.·gh • .J a n et 1 9 9

Cns.idy. M i cha.l 1 99

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Smith. Michael I G !) , t il l . l U g

ThlJmpson. Beverly I :Hl, 204

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S m i th , T h o m a � 2 1 8

Thompsu n , D a le 1 � 4 . U l 2 . 2 1 �

\Vall. Sonja 2 1 1

Zaer€'p, Mn nhn il l . 205

Snek l,.' i k . Charl�s 1 5 ;), 1 ;; (L lij7. l �J().

ThC)m p�l) n , N a l'en 204

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Thoml):-IOn, M i c hael 2 1 1

W a l t.z. Ronald 1 �2. 2 1 1

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\V.u'd, N n n c y 205

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S n i der, L a.... y 2 1 Jl Snyder, Jamc� 1 2 :") Snyder. Jea n n e l04

SodE't'st!'onl. Ek'n ol" ::<4

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T hum p�wl l , Nancy 2 1 9

W n l'ehou�{', Ki\l'en 205

Thorne. Arlene 9H

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Th ol'�on . Sha run 204

Wnlne . . J a net 5 :-1 , 1 :3!-J. 20FJ

T hul'sc) n . Syl v ia 5:t, 204

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Zierd�l', Mal"J.!a ,'ct GR. 2U:; Zimbelman, Dean n a 122,

li:l. l ;�n, 205

'l.immel'. Linda 2 UJ

Soine. Ann 48. J:;9. 1 2 H , 2 1 8

Threewit. J u A n n (' 7 7 , 2�"

Webb. Mary Lee 1 0 � , 20G

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T h w in.sx, Alice 1 3�)

Weerda, Hobel'tn 1 0 8 . 20r.;

Zolle,·. H. Kay Z05

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A lthough the prospects of completing' thi� b there were still 176 pag-es to be completed, grotesque. However, we'd like to challeng'e . pages with a staff of 40 students in 1,000

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are

d id shoot

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f c ity informally and did an excellent

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e-May photos.

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To D O Y LE JORGENSON goes

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,

teting the first pages of the book to be sent 's

copy enhanced the entire sports section.

thank you for continuing where Jim left off when

he transferred at mid-yefu:. Thanks also for helping to paint the office i n September. It made the year s o mud; more enjoyable.

JAN ICE KARLSTAD and H ILDUR OYEN, although procrasti nation reigned supreme for

a

long time, the fine arts section did come through in fine style.

LINDA M AY S edited Religion and Goyernment sections :iO ably th t

.

ho attu lly kept

ahead of dea dlines. To RUTH DANIELSON, the organizer, goes credit for revolutl ,nizing the d enth nsiastic staff helped with layouts, p icture scheduling, a n d ide/1titit

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n

j n.

shots. A

BETTY WINTERS a nd LOUANN J O H NSON , although we we re delayed going h o m e for Christmas vacation and were stopped for speeding' on the way, the underclass section i s greatly improved in pictu re quality, accuracy, and p unctuality. CAROL M C G I NTY wa nted action in the graduation section,

;0

she must have been

responsible for the shovel-fight episode. M A RGARET C H I N A NDER'S willingness to come whenever called upon to index facilitated the expa nded i n d ex this year. DR. V I GNESS brought years of service in the yearbook field to the aid of t in this, his first year as

Sagn

Sago. . taff

adviser.

DAVE RONKE N , your insistance on h igh quality photography even at times when speed seemed more important, was a t times most frustrating ; but is app reCiated now that the deadline pressure is off, and the all-nig-ht prin t-a-t.hons a re over. . JERRI ROBARGE had

a

I

rough time coming- in as business manag-er at mid-year. The

Peace Corps will be mild compared to soliciting yearbook ads i n the sprin g. A N N BROTE N 'S manag-ement of the books has left the rest of th� staff free

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solely with the editorial aspects of the book. CRAFTS M A N PRESS and M R . HOWAnD VIERLING, snles np1"eS8n ta.ti?

. 1'e al? plaud

for their patience and understanding' in waiting fOl' pages. To all the others who worked d i llig'ently on the staff, subJ.l'litting layouts, pasting up, etc., goes a big' thank you for helping' to nul,

I

"No, the colur aren't back yet," "No, the covel' sam ple hasn't a rrived," "No, the p roq n' "No, we did not yet g-et the ' halo' on the pumpkin," and \'No, the Ge rman Club At times the theme of this book might have been NO

-

did not show up again ." Now that the nagging a n d complaining are over, there's an opportul ity to long-awaited breath of fresh a i r and enjoy the sunshine which we've long bel' watching through the tape-be-speckled office window.

Susan A mm/.llsen

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Saga 1963  

Pacific Lutheran University Saga yearbook from 1963

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