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Mooring Mast

  • UA 8.10.2
  • Record group
  • 1924-2020

The Mooring Mast is PLU’s student-run newspaper, first printed in 1924. The unusual name of the newspaper came from the USS Shenandoah, a U.S. Navy airship. In nearby Fort Lewis there was a large mooring structure for the airship and the students derived the name from this in honor of the famed ship. Throughout its existence the newspaper was published as either 'The Mooring Mast' or 'The Mast.' The series in this collection show the different titles of the publication and years during which it was published as such. The newspaper includes coverage of campus events and activities, local and national news, athletics, editorials, and other information on student life and activities.

October 29, 1924

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from October 29, 1924. Articles included are: Fifth year of College Since Reorganization, Basketball Prospects for 1924-1925 Season Promising, Faculty Members to Give Programs, Board of Trustees Hold Meeting Here, Rev. Henriksen Speaks Before Student Body, Faculty Study Club Holds First Meeting, Professor Hauge to Speak at W.E.A. Meeting, P.L.C. Students Discuss Politics, Sophomores Give Party, The Mooring Mast, Basketball for Girls to Begin About Nov. 1, Winter Courses Offered, Rev. Svare Fishes on Puget Sound, The Mooring Mast Offers Attractive Prize in Subscription Contest Being Conducted, Alumni Notes, Campus Locals, The Public Voice, The Ten Commandments of Success, Students Hold Pep Rally, Parkland News, Thespian Society Resume Program, Work Again Taken Up by Mission Society, Political Issue Topic for Debate, and A Student's Lament.

November 12, 1924

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from November 12, 1924. Articles included are: First Basketball Practice on November 4, State Prize Won by P.L.C. Student, Department of Music Enrolls Many Students, Philip E. Hauge, Professor of English, Psychology, and Education at P.L.C. Gives W.E.A. Convention Topic for Year, New Additions to the Library Made This Year, Unique Music Heard at Mission Program, Concert Given by Musical Faculty, Program Given by Thespian Society, Looking Ahead, Supporting Student Organizations, H.E. Anderson, Member of Pacific Lutheran College Board of Trustees, Makes Statement, Speaks About St. Olaf Choir, Recipe for Making a College Man, Organizations Competing in Subscription Contest Urged to Begin Activities at Once, Program Given at Bremerton, Campus Locals, An Athletic Code of Ethics, Alumni Notes, The Few, Aphorisms, Parkland News, Chinese Integrity Subject of Debate, Girls Victors in Subscription Race, Pastor's Conference at Prof. Xavier's Home, P.L.C. Boys Give Halloween Party, Winter Course Opened Monday, November 10, Choir to Give Program, and Wrestling May Become Major Sport at P.L.C.

November 26, 1924

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from November 26, 1924. Articles included are: Honor Students Announced by P.L.C. Faculty, Mr. H. E. Anderson, Society Gives Book Program, Basketball Squad is Not Selected Yet, Cantata "Ruth" Presented, Many Students Enroll at P.L.C., Paradise Gained by P.L.C. Students, School Calendar, Students, Thankfulness, The Spirit of Thanksgiving, The Small Things, Burton Kreidler, Increasing Demand for Good Music, New Equipment Bought for Dining Room and for College Kitchen, New Supplies Received by Laboratories, The Mooring Mast Subscription Contest is to Close on Dec. 10--Prize Awarded Then, Alumni Notes, If You, Campus Locals, Ye Greater Understanding, Parkland News, Rev. T.O. Svare Visits Menagerie, P.L.C. Debaters Try New Subject, and Girls Play First Basketball Game.

December 17, 1924

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from December 17, 1924. Articles included are: P.L.C. Quintet Loses Opening Game to Fife, Pres. Ordal Speaks at Schoolmasters' Club, Movement on for Organization of Lutheran Youth, Students Elect Athletic Leaders, Debaters Again Discuss Politics, Operetta and One-Act Play in Gym Tonight, Reb. Hendrickson Speaks Again to P.L.C. Student Body, School Calendar, Observing Christmas, The Essential Thing in Your Education, W.M.F. Executive Committee Holds Meeting at P.L.C., Your Vacation Avocation, "Mysteries" Subject of Chapel Talk by Xavier, St. Olaf Choir to Tour West, Alumni Notes, Humorous Debate Draws Large Crowd, Mr. Oyen Addresses Mission Society, Campus Locals, Parkland News, Trinity Church is to Have Orchestra, Wrestling Men Practice Daily, Faculty Student Club Meets, and Earthquake Scare at School on Monday.

January 14, 1925

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from January 14, 1925. Articles included are: P.L.C. Chorus and Thespians Give Program, Ice Skating at P.L.C., Faculty Fetes St. Olaf Choir, School Calendar, Former Student Dies Suddenly, Ringstad's Receive a Son as Christmas Gift, P.L.C. Basketball Teams are Victorious at Kapowsin, Dates for Collection Reunion Feb. 20-22, Lincoln Essay Contest, Philippine Independence Discussed in Debate Positions on Interscholastic Team Contested, A College Song for P.L.C., New Fiction Books for Library, Church Going is Society Topic, Signs of the Times, For the Honor of the School, "Bores," In Case of Fire Only, Dirigible Gas, Mooring Mast Exchange List, Alumni Notes, Campus Locals, Faculty Members Motor to Olympia, A Formula for Success, More "If's and And's," Parkland News, New Books for Education and Language Depts., Basket Quintet Wins at Orting, Christmas at P.L.C., Laundry Installs New Equipment, Faculty Fetes Choir, P.L.C. Boys Tour to Canada for Vacation, Ringstad Travels South, Svares in New Home, History Class Makes Miniature Athens, and Former P.L.C. Teacher Announces Betrothal.

January 28, 1925

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from January 28, 1925. Articles include: P.L.C. Quint Defeated in Two Battles, P.L.C. Supports Lutheran Union, Song Service Held at Trinity Church, Why do College Students Flunk?, Corporation Holds Annual Meeting Here, Russian Program by Thespian Club, School Calendar, Reunion Program Planned at P.L.C., Debaters Learn Roberts' Rules, New Courses Offered in New Semester, Deacon Dubbs to be Given, Mission Address by P.L.C. Student, Radio Program by Musical Faculty, The First Hundred Years are the Hardest, What is Our Spirit?, Krazy Krittik's Korner, Among the Best, A Friend, Dirigible Gas, Campus Locals, Alumni, Parkland News, Ordal to California, 'Nother Faculty Member, Nature has Provided the Eye Most Suitable, New Explanation for Disasters on Ocean, Keeping Well: Fresh Air Doesn't Cost Anything, Want Ads and Other Waste, Doctors' Fees, Courtesy, Moon Superstitions, and Nothing Snobbish About Him.

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